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Livingston School Students Welcome Inspiring Community Members to Help with Flag Dedication

Despite being part of the New Brunswick community since 1875, Livingston School on Delavan Street had been without a flagpole for all that time. On Nov. 9, the school fixed that with the dedication of a new flagpole to proudly fly the American flag. To celebrate this occasion, they made sure to invite some special […]

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City Breaks Ground on Paul Robeson Community School Renovations

The New Brunswick Board of Education, Mayor Jim Cahill, Superintendent Aubrey Johnson and School Development Authority Chief Executive Officer Charles McKenna were joined by the community of Paul Robeson Community School for the Arts on November 3 to break ground on a two-year expansion and renovation project that will house the school’s new programs and […]

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Back to School with New Brunswick Recreation a Success Due to Backpack Giveaway

New Brunswick Recreation hosted another successful back-to-school giveaway on September 10, dispersing approximately 130 backpacks and loads of school supplies to New Brunswick families. A number of local groups offered donations of backpacks and school supplies for the giveaway, including New Brunswick PBA #23 and the New Brunswick Fire Department. Each bag was stuffed with […]

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McKinley Community, Mayor Cut Ribbon on Student Garden

The community of McKinley School cut the ribbon on a lush courtyard garden on September 21 in celebration of an innovative science and math program for the students there. Nurture Thru Nature is a partnership program between Rutgers University and New Brunswick Public Schools that is intended to give students a hands-on way to strengthen […]

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