Friday, February 8, 2013
District is on 'single-session' schedule
Friday, February 8
Nutley’s public schools will close early Friday due to the impending snow storm. Schools will open at normal times but end-of-school times will be on a single session schedule. Nutley High School will close at 12:30 pm, the middle school at 12:35 pm and grade schools at 12:30 pm. A snow warning has been issued for Essex County beginning at 2 pm Friday. All school activities and athletics events and practices are canceled for Friday and Saturday. Please refer to the Athletic website for specific information on schedules: www.nutleyschools.org/athletics.aspx Before-school Extended Day programs will operate as usual. After-school Extended Day Programs are canceled. All students must be picked up at dismissal time. Morning preschool will …
Wednesday, January 2, 2013
The top stories on Belleville-Nutley Patch in December
A missing Nutley woman was found unharmed the day after police asked for the public’s help in locating her. Several cars parked on the same Belleville street were all vandalized. Two units at a Mill Street apartment complex in Belleville were burglarized, with tens of thousands of dollars’ worth of cash and merchandise reported stolen. A motorist was arrested on drug charges after Belleville police stopped his vehicle because a headlight was out. Six temporary jobs in Belleville and an additional three in Nutley were created with federal money. The workers will assist with cleanup efforts related to Hurricane Sandy. A construction project at the Watchung Avenue ramp to the Garden State Parkway was nearly complete in early December. The …
Tuesday, September 11, 2012
Nutley Fire Department members donate backpacks to elementary, middle and high school students just in time for the beginning of a new year.
Nutley firefighters just made the school year a little brighter for 40 local students. Members of the Firefighters Beneveloent Association 44, donated 40 new backbacks to Nutley public school students. The backpacks were filled with school supplies when they were delivered, according to Greg Misner, a Nutley firefighter. The backpacks were mostly for elementary students, but also a few for middle school and high school students, he said. Backpacks for elementary school students were given to each of the five schools to be distributed. School counselors said in a statement, "We cannot tell you how grateful and fortunate that we are to have such caring members in our community to assist families in need." Bill Vonroth, Don Santangelo, …
Wednesday, August 29, 2012
School officials say Nutley students consistently score in the middle, compared to other students in New Jersey's standardized tests, but they have a plan for improvement this school year.
Nutley school officials want student test scores to rise this school year and are making it a priority, school officials said this week. Superintendent of Schools Russell Lazovick presented graphs of students’ test scores to the school board and a small audience at the Monday’s Board of Education meeting. Lazovick said that overall test scores "settle in the middle of the pack," including the New Jersey Assessment of Skills and Knowledge, or NJASK test for grades three and eight, and the High School Proficiency Assessment, all part of federal No Child Left Behind standardized tests. "These tests are not a single tool to evaluate students, but it does give us numbers comparable to other schools," Lazovick said. The superintendent also said …
Friday, June 29, 2012
Investigation shows Lyndhurst resident Michael Ritacco took computers from the school district and sold them to pawnshops for cash.
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- On NJ.com
Friday, June 29, 2012