Education

ROLLER COASTER (Mary J. Donohoe)

ROLLER COASTER --- 8th graders in Mr. Morel’s science class at Mary J. Donohoe are starting to work on their Engineering Design project: Building...

FOOD DRIVE (Nicholas Oresko)

FOOD DRIVE --- Sixth grade students at Nicholas Oresko Community School helped to replenish our local food pantries through the Bayonne School District's annual...

GOING PINK (Mary J. Donohoe)

GOING PINK --- The Student Council at Mary J. Donohoe went pink for Breast Cancer Awareness month!  Students donated to the Susan G. Komen...

PUT A CAP ON DRUGS (Mary J. Donohoe)

PUT A CAP ON DRUGS --- Third graders at Mary J. Donohoe are celebrating Red Ribbon Week by putting a "cap" on drugs!

FALL BALL (Washington School)

FALL BALL --- Bayonne Superintendent of Schools, Dr. Wanko, stopped by Washington School’s annual PTO Fall Ball and took part in the seasonal fun!...

Hoboken resident graduates from Boston University

Boston University awarded academic degrees to 1,859 students in September 2018. Among the graduates was Alexandra K. Parisse, a resident of Hoboken, who received...

INVESTIGATING X-RAYS (John M. Bailey)

INVESTIGATING X-RAYS --- Mrs. Vazquez’s second grade students at John M. Bailey Community School investigated why humans have so many bones in our body...

HANDS-ON STEM PROJECT (John M. Bailey)

HANDS-ON STEM PROJECT --- Students in Mrs. Kang's 4th Grade Science class at John M. Bailey Community School enjoying their first LEGO Education WeDo...

SOCK IT TO DRUGS (Woodrow Wilson)

SOCK IT TO DRUGS --- Woodrow Wilson School is participating in many activities throughout the week to show they are supporting being drug free....

ANTI-BULLYING CLUB (Vroom)

ANTI-BULLYING CLUB --- Students from Vroom School along with school counselor, Sandra D’Angelo and NYU intern, Fabiola Oropeza formed an Anti-Bullying Club to raise...
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