Members of the Roxbury Township Board of Education met on Tuesday, January 9th to conduct special board training during this public two and a half hour meeting. Topics covered included board ethics and the teacher evaluation process.
Although winter is here, the pink flamingo flocking continues around Roxbury. The latest district administrator hit was Chris Argenziano, the principal over Lincoln/Roosevelt School. He came in Thursday morning to find his office full of 50 pink flamingos.
The music concert deemed “Mr. Corino’s Holiday Show” by Lincoln/Roosevelt Principal Chris Argenziano took place Thursday afternoon at the school. Students in the band, choir, and orchestra all had the chance to perform holiday music for their classmates in the second annual Winter Music Festival. Each performed the night before for their families in the annual Winter Concert at Roxbury High School.
Roxbury High School’s Winter Track and Field athletes held their kick-off dinner on December 13th and in the spirit of the season, its Booster Club decided that the team should encourage its athletes to give back to the community that supports them.
Guests visiting Roxbury High School during the day will need to come prepared. Beginning in January, the high school will be test piloting a new visitor management system called LobbyGuard where individuals will need to show identification in order to enter the building whether for an appointment or to drop something off. This check-in process takes less than five minutes.
Students in Roxbury High School’s Fashion Design class created special items in December for Goryeb Children’s Hospital at Morristown Medical Hospital.
Lincoln/Roosevelt Elementary School in Roxbury Township capped off another year of collecting toys for Toys for Tots for Picatinny Arsenel on Thursday. Organized by the Student Council, under the guidance and direction of Karl Corino, this grade 5-6 school spent the month of December promoting and collecting new unwrapped toys for Picatinny.
Eight Roxbury High School students successfully auditioned for the North Jersey School Music Association Region High School Honors Choir. This ensemble is comprised of the top singers across northern New Jersey.
First and second graders at Jefferson Elementary School in Roxbury Township learned about giving back. These young students collected hats, mittens, and socks for Roxbury Social Services during the month of December.
Members of the Eisenhower Middle School’s Builder’s Club recently painted positive kindness messages on rocks in an effort to promote and spread kindness.
As directed by the Morris County Board of Taxation and as ordered by the State Division of Taxation, the
Township of Roxbury must revalue all taxable real estate for the 2019 tax.
At its annual Holiday & Award Luncheon Meeting on Wednesday, December 13, the Roxbury Area Chamber of Commerce announced its award winners and installed its officers for 2018.