Second graders have been building timelines of historic events in Livingston. It’s quite an achievement – we hear it measures 45 feet long. But while the children have been looking back, Livingston Public Schools has been looking to the future.
School leaders have their own timeline for proposed school construction if Livingston voters approve a March 12 referendum. After a yearlong study, they see emergent needs for elementary capacity and 100 percent ADA compliance at Livingston High School.
You can learn more by watching our video on School Vote March 12 (click here).
It’s been produced at the LHS television studios and features an inside look at the schools to help voters be fully informed when going to the polls on March 12.
If approved, the referendum would allow LPS to create 14 new classrooms to offer more flexibility to ease soft borders, decrease class size, provide space for additional special education programs, and make room for new students predicted to move into our town. In addition, the construction would include three new media centers and ADA improvements at the high school.
IN OUR SCHOOLS
At MPE, All Eyes and Ears: Students’ eyes lift off their studies when the Principal stops by to visit.
Valentines and Yoga: Harrison students struck a pose for fitness with a calming Valentine’s Day yoga party.
Honors in Art: Livingston students win prestigious Scholastic art awards.
Awards for Model United Nations: The Heritage Middle School junior team wins Best Delegation.
District Achievement: LHS Health and PE teacher Tamara Floruss is recognized as the Outstanding Health Education Teacher of the Year.
Getting Ready for the 1st Day of Kindergarten: Parents of incoming kindergarten students are invited to an informational meeting on March 5. All Kindergarten registrations must be done in person by appointment. Call 973-535-8000, ext. #8002.
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SCHOOL VOTE MARCH 12
A community forum will be held after Winter Break, at 7 p.m. Tuesday, February 26 at Riker Hill Elementary School, 31 Blackstone Drive. The evening will include presentations and Q&A.
Send questions and comments to schoolvoteMarch12@livingston.org Find answers to your questions on the Livingston Public School website.
The deadline for voter registration is February 19. Click here for voting information.
To vote by mail, click here for a Vote By Mail application. Mailed applications must be received by the County Clerk’s Office by March 5 or in person by 3 p.m. on March 11, 2013 at the County Clerk’s Office.