Month: January 2016

What Do Pancakes and The Environment Have In Common?

Ask any seventh grade student at Kawameeh Middle School and he or she will tell you that they are both themes in the novel Hoot, by Carl Hiaasen. The novel, which is about an endeavor to save the environment from a greedy pancake chain restaurant,

Forensic Meets

On Wednesday, November 18, 2015, Saint Theresa School in Kenilworth, NJ was one of six schools, a total of 33 students, who attended the Union County Catholic League of Forensics “Reading” Competition held at Our Lady of Guadalupe Academy in Elizabeth. Saint Theresa’s team moderated

11 Students Selected For Central Jersey Regional Chorus

11 Students At Watchung Hills Selected For Central Jersey Regional Chorus Eleven student singers at Watchung Hills Regional High School have earned appointment to the New Jersey School Music Association (NJSMA) Central Jersey Regional Chorus. Choral music teacher Angela DiIorio Bird said it is

Rahway…their First Stop On The Yellow Brick Road

Story by: Rob Kinch Dreams, hopes, aspirations…they are shared by all and they imbue lives with drive and spirit. Yet who can say when and where these dreams are born? Who or what helps transform them into realities? The possibilities are endless and unique