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Linden High School has been accepted into a three-year pilot program to expand restorative justice practices to help turn around student behavior and create a more positive culture for students and teachers. Out of hundreds of applicants, LHS is one of just 15 schools statewide 
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Linden Public Schools won two awards at the annual New Jersey School Communication Awards, the third straight year the district has taken home multiple honors. District Communication Coordinator Gary Miller accepted the awards on Wednesday, Oct. 6, at the event at Forsgate Country Club in 
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Imagine showing up for your first day of school, and not only do you not know anyone, but you can’t understand a word that anyone is saying. That was what two young brothers, ages 5 and 6, faced recently when they arrived at School No. 
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Linden Public Schools have received a $58,000 donation from Phillips 66 Bayway Refinery to support the district’s science curriculum. The funds will be used to purchase science kits for all of the district’s 400 second-graders. “Phillips 66 and our colleagues at the Bayway Refinery support 
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Linden’s Polish community got a special honor for Polish Heritage Month when President Adrzej Duda of Poland visited for a gala event held in the Linden High School auditorium. The event, organized and supervised by Mayor Derek Armstead, the City of Linden, and the Polish 
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The Linden Public School District has secured funding for programs to help students in Grades 5 through 8 get ready to make decisions about their futures in college and careers. The “Middle Grades Career Awareness and Exploration Grant” grant from the New Jersey Department of 
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Linden Public Schools have joined “Learning 2025,” a collaborative nationwide network of districts aspiring to become more student-centered, equity-focused, and future-driven. The network, administered by AASA, The School Superintendents Association, includes more than 60 “demonstration systems” that represent a collection of forward-leaning urban, suburban, and 
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Quick thinking by a middle school teacher in Linden help prevent what could have been a tragedy. Soehl Middle School health and physical education teacher Valerie Tauriello jumped into a moving vehicle that was headed for a group of students outside before the first day 
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To help celebrate Linden Public Schools’ “Home Again 2021” event to kick off a new school year, two special guests sent their best wishes to faculty and staff for a great 2021-22. U.S. Sen. Cory Booker sent a letter to Superintendent Dr. Marnie Hazelton to 
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