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Students are ‘egg-cited’ about science with lessons on hatching and caring for their newborn ducks.
The LHS teacher wins county honors in program that recognizes highly effective teachers.
Play by Philip Peker will have staged reading at Kean University.
District exhibit chronicles the creativity found in Livingston Public Schools.
Schools, The Neighborhood Files
Intergenerational prom is a hit for young and old alike.
Caring for mechanical dolls shows teens what parenting is really like.
For National Nutrition Month, Livingston students face their fears over all things green.
When students exceed their reading challenge, the Principal shows up as Thing One and Thing Two.
For the Bicentennial, NJIT students are designing computer games to virtually explore the town's history.
Kindergarten students count in a variety of ways to mark a milestone.
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