Hopatcong Girl Scouts Troop 80400 is proud to announce that Lara Watrous has earned her Gold Award September 2016 Her project was "Nay"borhood Awareness.
In an event you don’t want to miss, St. Jude’s Church in Hopatcong will be hosting a full Corned Beef Dinner and a 50/50 Raffle to help raise funds to replace the ancient boilers within the church.
Hopatcong teachers recently completed training in Defined STEM, which is an online platform that enables teachers to provide the application of knowledge to students through the use of project-based learning (PBL), real world careers and meaningful reading and writing activi- ties. Throughout the district, teachers have begun to utilize this new learning tool in their classrooms.
On Friday, December 9th, Kim Norman visited Hudson Maxim School to perform for the eager young readers and writers. Ms. Diana Fratangelo and Mrs. Dana DeMetro planned for Kim’s visit by raising enthusiasm, readying the library in a holiday theme for the Author Visit Luncheon, and coordinating book sales of Kim’s books throughout the Hudson Maxim Community.