Less than a year ago, New Brunswick Mayor James Cahill was signing a beam along side Superintendent Kaplan, students, teachers, residents and the New Brunswick community to highlight the construction progress on the new A. Chester Redshaw Elementary School. (For last year’s post, click here: http://thecityofnewbrunswick.org/blog/2013/06/students-take-part-in-beam-signing-ceremony-for-redshaw-school/) Construction is moving forward, bricks are being put in place […]
(Image from last Fall’s Library Conversation Cafe Event) The library is adding a fifth English conversation group! A Literacy Programs of New Jersey ESL Conversation Group will meet every Saturday at the New Brunswick Free Public Library now through June 28th, 2014. Participants engage in one-on-one or small group communication to practice English through free-flowing conversations in […]
New Brunswick High School’s Fine, Visual and Performing Arts Themed Institute is competing to be named one of the world’s most innovative schools and for an award of $30,000. Earlier this year, the Fine, Visual and Performing Arts Institute entered the Follett Challenge. This is a program, created by Follett, to find and reward schools […]
(From left to right–Standing: Mr. Anthony Mwangi, coach; Ms. Sheryl Haege, coach; Evaristo Solano; Javier Martinez; Kayla Taylor; Yessica Ortega; Yessica Cruz; Misael Quintero; Ms. Danielle Ruffino, coach; Ms. Susan Osieja, coach. Kneeling from left to right: Estefani Bornios; Jaydin Mahon; Ayannah Rosario) The New Brunswick Middle School Robotics Team, started in 2010, is comprised […]
This program, in memory of Nelson Mandela, features performances, poems and more to celebrate Black History. Biographies of Nelson Mandela and Dr. King are included along with songs and stories of faith. To conclude February as Black History Month, join the celebration tonight and tomorrow for a look into the past as inspiration for the […]
Bringing the Super Bowl even closer to home for Rutgers students, alumni, fans, and everyone with Rutgers pride, New Brunswick’s Rutgers University Marching Band is hours away from making more memories by performing at the Super Bowl today! RU Rah Rah!! With the students back for a fresh start of the 2014 Spring Semester, this […]
New Brunswick Public Schools and Greater New Brunswick Charter School will have early dismissal today due to the snow storm.
Despite the State of Emergency declared by Governor Christie’s office, most offices in City Hall and Civic Square are open, but please call ahead just to ensure.
New Brunswick, NJ, December 30, 2013 – Rutgers University is permitting New Jersey residents, age 62 or older the ability to attend courses at no cost. The Senior Citizen Audit Program was created by the Rutgers University Board of Governors to allow those citizens to audit courses on a space available, noncredit basis with no […]