For Hudson Catholic High School’s Hawks, January 8th’s “Hoopfest” was a win-win. Not only did the basketball team take down rival Seton Hall, but they helped to raise money for a worthy cause as well.
The Jersey City Board of Education appointed Dr. Norma Fernandez interim superintendent of Jersey City Public Schools at a Monday night special meeting.
The state’s rising cases of COVID-19 have reignited the contentious debate over whether kids should learn virtually, or whether the value of in-person education is greater than the risk of children and teachers catching the virus.
The Jersey City Board of Education’s Tuesday night reorganization meeting was not all pomp and circumstance. Recent school closures amid rising Covid-19 cases and the search for a new superintendent prompted comment from parents and a union leader.
Jersey City Public Schools announced today that students will return to remote instruction for one week starting Monday January 3.
There were flowers and tributes for the outgoing Board of Education members and Superintendent at last Thursday’s meeting.
Milan Zhu, a talented seventh grader from P.S. 37 in Jersey City, was facing some stiff competition in PATH’s annual Holiday Poster Contest, with more than 260 submissions from K-8 students across the city vying this year for the top prize. But Zhu’s creative rendering of a PATH train pulling into the North Pole with […]
The mother of a Dickinson High School student, told the Jersey City Board of Education that her daughter is one of the many who has been afraid to attend school due to a threat of mass violence made on social media that led to extra patrolling at the school on Monday.
Parents and students are expressing concern following the cancellation of a contract with a company that had begun to provide counseling to students.
In a move that will directly aid Jersey City schools, the federal Department of Education has ordered New Jersey to restore millions of dollars in funding cuts the state made to 80 of its poorest school districts after lawmakers in 2018 changed how the state provides aid to local schools.