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Livingston School District Shares Its Top Stories

The district compiled its best stories from the new school year starting in September.

With more stories to tell than books in the library, the Livingston Public School District compiled a few of its top stories of from the new school year beginning in September. 

Burnet Hill Finds Something to Smile About 
Lessons on heroes have students grinning from ear to ear. 

Halloween Fun for All Ages
Collins celebrates in costume with seniors of Cedar Street Commons.

When Words Matter Most 
Harrison makes its point (!) by rallying around words that make a difference. 

Growing Minds in the Not-So-Secret Garden

First-graders share secrets in Hillside’s new Literacy Garden for reading and writing. 

MPE Stuffs the Bus for the Hungry
Students filled the yellow school bus with donations, but replenishing shelves of food pantry was icing on the cake. 

It's a Blast: Hands-On Volcano Science
Riker Hill fifth graders simulate a volcanic eruption by using model volcanoes and chemical solution.

Grade 6: Pillars of Character 
Lessons at Mt. Pleasant Middle build on the equation: Character = Integrity + Courage.

Giving Kids a Natural High
Living clean, healthy lifestyles, stunt riders deliver a thrilling anti-drug message for Heritage middle schoolers.

LHS Student Pioneers Cancer Research
At a lab at Rutgers University, Ankush Rakhit looked at novel treatments for colorectal cancer.

Whatever Happened To?
Invited by the Livingston Education Foundation, the Livingston High School Hall of Fame honorees give back by going back to high school and teaching a class.

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