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New Brunswick Kids to “Color Our City Beautiful” During Annual Play S.A.F.E. Program

City families are invited to take part in the summer 2019 Play S.A.F.E. program, six weeks of free recreational activities intended to keep kids active, learning and nourished into the summer months. PLAY S.A.F.E. (Summer Activities for Everyone) is a comprehensive summer program that provides New Brunswick children between the ages of 6 to 12 […]

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Woodrow Wilson Students to Visit Hungary on Sister Cities Trip

A group of students from Woodrow Wilson Elementary School will soon be traveling to Hungary for a student exchange trip through our Sister Cities program. Six students, two teachers and New Brunswick Public Schools Superintendent Aubrey Johnson will travel to Debrecen, Hungary from May 17-27th, accompanied by representatives from the New Brunswick Sister Cities Association. […]

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Save The Date for March 30 Community Food Forum

The New Brunswick Community Food Alliance invites all community members to join them for its annual Food Forum on March 30, a daylong celebration of healthy eating, nutrition and sustainable food systems in New Brunswick. From 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., the forum will feature family-friendly activities, an information fair featuring local organizations, a seed swap for […]

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New Brunswick High School New P-TECH Program Provides New STEM Opportunities for Our Students

Governor Phil Murphy recently announced New Brunswick High School as one of three high schools in New Jersey to receive grant funding for the purpose of implementing the P-Tech (Pathways in Technology Early College High School) program, slated to begin in September 2019. This innovative program will provide our New Brunswick High School students with […]

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Roosevelt Elementary School Safety Patrol Ready for Duty

The newest members of the Roosevelt Elementary School Safety Patrol team were sworn in on October 19 during a ceremony with Mayor Cahill at New Brunswick City Hall. Safety Patrol is a volunteer opportunity for fifth graders in which they help their teachers and principals enforce positive behaviors in school and be leaders among their […]

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$30,000 Grant Brings New Programs to Play S.A.F.E.

Our City’s free summer program has been bolstered with a $30,000 grant from the Rutgers Community Health Foundation to help bring more enriching summer activities to local kids. Play S.A.F.E. (Summer Activities for Everyone) started its 27th season on July 2. It is a free City-sponsored comprehensive summer program that provides New Brunswick children ages […]

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Congratulations Graduates!

Congratulations to the Classes of 2018 for New Brunswick Public Schools! On June 26, 407 New Brunswick High School graduates and 37 New Brunswick Health Science and Technology High School graduates received their diplomas during ceremonies at New Brunswick High School. The following evening, our New Brunswick Learning Center conferred high school and high school […]

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