Harrison Elementary School 148 N Livingston Ave, Livingston, NJ07039 The Harrison School serves approximately 550 students in grades K-5, offering basic education, enrichment opportunities…More and special needs programs. The school is named after Amos W. Harrison, a life-long Livingston resident and former president of the Board of Education. Harrison School's mascot is the hawk, and the school colors are blue and gold.
The Presbyterian Church of Livingston prides itself on being a contemporary church for "real-life people who face…More real-life problems." Sermons cover topical subjects and all ages are welcome at Sunday worship, which includes a "Children's Chat" with the pastor. Fellowship opportunities include a Senior Gathering. The church is led by Rev. Daniel L. Martian, who is also the 2009-2010 president of the Livingston Clergy Association Board.
The church's local missions include participation in the Community Hunger Outreach Warehouse (CHOW), senior citizen outreach, Bibles for the homeless and regular donations of food and clothing to needy people in the area. Christian education opportunities include Bible study for children and adult enrichment classes.
The Children's Institute 6 Regent St, Livingston, NJ07039-1615 From its beginnings as an orphanage in Newark in the late 1800s, The Children's Institute has evolved into a private…More elementary, middle and secondary school to help students ages three to twenty-one overcome learning, language or social and emotional challenges to reach full potential as adults. Located at one of the highest elevations in the county, The Children's Institute offers a diverse range of theraputic, educational and life skills programs for its students. The institute is a non-profit school approved by the State Board of Education.