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Linden’s COVID-19 infection rate has improved and we have moved out of the Red Zone. Therefore, all secondary and elementary schools will switch to a hybrid learning model on Wednesday, February 17, 2021.  Students who have opted for in-person learning will report to their school on Wednesday 
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The Linden High School Community Service Club is sponsoring an effort to bring a little cheer to a sick child. Students are spreading the word about how to send virtual Valentine’s Day cards to patients at St. Jude Children’s Hospital. Senders can go to the 
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The annual Linden Public Schools holiday toy drive was once again a big success thanks to the generosity of district staff and community contributors.  The district was able to provide gifts to hundreds of district students and their families, spreading joy during a holiday season 
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Soehl Middle School language arts teacher Jennifer Veltre paid a surprise visit to the homes of two students recently to reward them for their faithful and active participation in her recreation and enrichment class.  Veltre hosts the voluntary “Socialize and Scattergories” class each week as 
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Two Linden High School seniors were honored in the 10th annual Peace Islands Institute Art and Essay Contest. This year’s theme was “Solidarity in the Middle of a Pandemic.”  Daniyel Brackett received an honorable mention and $100 prize for her beautiful artwork above. Javaree Gordon 
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Teachers from various grade levels and subjects areas will be offering extra help at nights and on Saturdays for any student or parent who wants it.  Starting on Tuesday, January 19, students or parents can stop by designated Webex rooms to meet with a teacher 
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The Linden Board of Education swore in three new members at its annual organization meeting on Thursday, Jan. 7. Newcomers Samuel De La Cruz Jr., Jennifer Flemming, and Malaysia Thomas were sworn in to three-year terms. All were elected on Nov. 2. The new board 
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Thank you to our Teachers of the Year and Educational Service Professionals of the Year, who were selected for their outstanding dedication and performance in teaching and supporting our students and their colleagues. 
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Linden Public Schools administrators have begun mentoring at-risk students to ensure that they do not fall behind or get overlooked while the district continues with remote learning due to COVID-19.  Superintendent Dr. Marnie Hazelton tracked student data for the first marking period to identify vulnerable 
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