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AWR recently held its Pride Day Celebration incorporating the Bridges Outreach Program. Students spent time with their buddy classes on fun, cooperative team-oriented activities and then worked together to help those less fortunate.
The New Providence Middle School Music Department recently performed in the “Music In The Parks” festival in
The New Providence Police Department and a representative from the Union County Prosecutor's office visited
The New Providence Peer Leaders are a group of 8th grade students that work to develop leadership skills by advocating for positive social change in their school and local community. This year the Peer Leaders organized two very successful events to raise money for ACS.
Congratulations to both AWR and
Students in Mr. Lowell's Honors Chemistry classes recently spent some time with 2nd graders in the high school science labs. They investigated and separated out the components parts of marker ink and then created the famous, and very messy, obleck.
A NPHS senior won the overall "Best in Show Award" at the Leonard Lance Congressional Art Show in April; a sophomore received a first place award in May for a coil vase in the Clay in Mind competition; and a junior received the coveted Naomi Winston Scholarship, sponsored by the New Jersey Society of Arts and Letters. Middle school students also excelled at Ledgewood and in the NJ AAA competition.
Salt Brook students from grades 1 through 6 put their voices on display at the annual Spring Vocal Concert. This event, held at the high school under the direction of Salt Brook Choral Director, Mrs. Passaro, featured Salt Brook students singing an array of old standards and contemporary hits to a packed house.
Click the link for a review of all of the wonderful accomplishments this season from the NPHS baseball, softball, track, golf, lacrosse, and tennis teams.
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