Tuesday, August 7, 2012
2012 will be the first time Kline is running for the Board of Education.
Name : Mr. Ryan James Kline Date of birth : 28 March 1977 Place of residence : Nutley, New Jersey Attended college : Yes College : York College Degree : B.A Year of graduation : 1999 University : Temple University Degree : M.ed Year of graduation : 2000 Job titles held : School Psychologist Employers : Belleville Public Schools Party affiliation : Independent Running for a: Local office Running for position: Nutley Board of Education Chamber/district: Nutley Incumbent: No Previous elective offices : n/a Unsuccessful bids for elective offices : no Address The Ultimate Affair 386 Franklin Ave Nutley New Jersey 7110 Name : Scarlett Morris Title : Campaign Manager Facebook : Ryan Kline for Nutley BOE A Nutley resident since 2001, Ryan Kline is…
Sunday, July 29, 2012
2012 will be Sposato's second run for the Board of Education.
Name : Mr. THOMAS JOSEPH SPOSATO Also known as : TOM Date of birth : 01 February 1964 Place of residence : NUTLEY Attended college : Yes College : MONTCLAIR STATE UNIVERSITY Job titles held : N/A Employers : SELF EMPLOYED Party affiliation : Independent Running for a: Local office Running for position: BOARD OF EDUCATION Chamber/district: NUTLEY Incumbent: Yes First elected: 21 April 2012 Previous elective offices : NA Unsuccessful bids for elective offices: NA Address 29 FRANKLIN AVE NUTLEY NJ 7110 Name : SAL FERRARO/MARK DIMAGGIO Title : CO CAMPAIGN MANAGERS VICE PRESIDENT OF NUTLEY BOARD OF EDUCATION, DEPUTY DISTRICT GOVERNOR UNICO NATIONAL , PRESIDENT OF NUTLEY PARKS AND REC BASKETBALL , PRESIDENT OF THE NUTLEY ITALIAN AMERICAN …
Tuesday, March 13, 2012
John Calicchio announces retirement after 11 year as principal in Nutley at Monday night's Board of Education meeting.
At Monday night's board of education meeting Principal John Calicchio of John H. Walker Middle School in Nutley took the opportunity to officially announce his retirement. The end of this school year will mark his 11th and final year serving as principal. “I have been an administrator in this district for 20 years,” said Calicchio. “I have come to school every day and have never felt like it was a job. I want to leave on a high note while I still love coming in every single day.” Superintendent Russell Lazovick, members of the board and even members of the public all acknowledged Calicchio's accomplishments and wished him well in his retirement. “I have had the privilege of working with Mr. Calicchio numerous times in my 38 years with the…
Tuesday, November 15, 2011
Two consulting firms contracted to help proficiency scores; BHS Marching Band places 12th nationally.
After delivering a PowerPoint presentation detailing the school district's Adequate Yearly Progress in relation to its performance on the NJASK tests, head of curriculum Michael Meyers said at Monday night's Board of Education meeting the district has contracted two consulting firms to help continue improving students' scores. Although the Washington Township (Morris County)-based Standards Solutions is in its third year of working with the township's elementary and high schools, the district is in its first year of using Levels of Teaching Innovations, Inc. (LOTI) of Carlsbad, Calif., to help them improve proficiency levels in language arts literacy and mathematics in elementary (grades 3-5), middle (6-8) and high school (11). According …
Tuesday, November 1, 2011
Classes will resume as regularly scheduled tomorrow morning.
After two days off, kids will resume their regularly scheduled classes at each of Belleville's nine public schools, Board of Education President Pete Zangari told Patch on Tuesday morning. “A lot of the debris in the streets that seemed to be a problem was removed and the roads are clear,” Zangari said. “School will resume.” Because of the historic Nor'easter that hit North Jersey, Belleville schools were closed because of fallen trees, tree limbs and electrical wires strewn about several streets, affecting the safety of both bus transportation and children walking to school and causing the BOE to, as Zangari put it, "err on the side of caution." In addition, Schools #4 and #8 were without power until late Sunday night/early Sunday morning.