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Livingston Board of Education Embarks on Search for New Superintendent of Livingston Public Schools
December 9, 2014
LIVINGSTON, NJ – According to Livingston Public Schools (LPS), Interim Superintendent James O’Neill has advised the Board ...
LIVINGSTON, NJ - Recently, the Livingston High School (LHS) Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) hosted an American Enterprise Da...
LIVINGSTON, NJ - The inventor of email was at Livingston High School today (Friday, Oct. 10), a rock star to our tech-savvy students w...
LHS Library Book (Finally) Returned
October 3, 2014
On Feb. 5, 1963, Joe Guerriero took out “A Pocketful of Poems” from the Livingston High School library. He liked the book ...
LPS News: LHS is a Top American High School
September 1, 2014
When the Class of 2018 enters Livingston High School on Thursday, Sept. 4, they’ll be joining a student body that boasts pu...
Back to School Prep
August 20, 2014
LIVINGSTON, NJ - It was the first day of school on Monday, Aug. 18 for 45 new hires who are learning everything it takes to be a teach...
What's Happening in LPS - Get Ready for School
August 8, 2014
Teachers Develop Curriculum Summer break also saw teachers in class prepping for the new school year that begins Thurs...
Extended School Year
August 7, 2014
Teachers are teaching and students are learning during summer break at Livingston’s extended school year program. On a recent mo...
Stalling the Summer Slide
July 21, 2014
Summer is certainly a refreshing break from homework and exams, but for some students, giving their brains a break can mean that learn...
Livingston Board of Education: The BOE meets at 7 p.m. Monday, May 19 at Livingston High School. See the agenda by clicking HERE. ...
In Twist from Traditional Valentines, Mt. Pleasant Middle Students ‘Go Red’ for Healthy Hearts
February 21, 2014
LIVINGSTON, NJ - When Mount Pleasant Middle School was asked to get behind the healthy heart message of physical education teacher Jes...
How much snow? Enough for a penguin to waddle into school
February 16, 2014
With all this snow and ice, we wouldn’t be surprise to see a penguin waddle into school. Guess what? That&...
Blades of Glory
February 8, 2014
With the Winter Olympics on the horizon, a LHS trio of skaters is on the cutting edge of athletes realizing their gold medal dreams. E...
Super Bowl Highlight: LHS Students Singing with Queen Latifah
February 1, 2014
LIVINGSTON, NJ - It’s already the most-watched event in America, but between this being New Jersey’s first Super Bowl, the...
Livingston Public Library to Host "New Jersey: A History of the Garden State," with Dr. Maxine Lurie
January 16, 2014
LIVINGSTON, NJ - Livingston Public Library will host a talk called, "New Jersey: A History of the Garden State," by Dr. Maxi...
A Gift from LHS Project Graduation
December 16, 2013
The gifts my grandmother wrapped were an art form, and I wish I could say the apple didn’t fall far from the tree. But these day...
Future Business Leaders Receive Advice from Today's Business Leaders
December 9, 2013
Ken Kobylowski, the New Jersey Department of Banking and Insurance Commissioner, met with future business leaders at Livingston High S...
Livingston Schools Gave Thanks
December 2, 2013
LIVINGSTON, NJ - As we paused last Thursday to spend time together and give thanks for all the good things in life, last week, Livings...
A Town Gives Thanks, Then and Now
November 16, 2013
Livingston fifth and second graders are participating in special social studies curriculum on “Being Thankful: Then and Now&rdqu...
Behnd the Wheel in Driver Education
October 23, 2013
My daughter turned 17 this month – old enough to drive my car but not quite ready to hit the road. She’s opting not to dri...
At Riker Hill, Respect is Common Thread
October 14, 2013
Students at Riker Hill found inspiration during lunch when fourth graders read poetry on the basic human rights that rule the school, ...
When Words Matter Most
October 9, 2013
Harrison students are putting the exclamation mark on words that matter, nouns and adjectives like friendship and caring, as part of a...
Growing Minds in a New Literacy Garden
September 26, 2013
Tucked away under a room full of books is a Hillside garden for reading and writing. For the first graders who were the first to share...
Schools Opened with Smiles and Perfectly Sharpened Pencils
September 18, 2013
My son balked for our first-day-of-school ritual, please smile on the front steps for my camera. His grimace pretty much let the worl...
Back to School: Teachers First
September 7, 2013
Livingston welcomed more than 800 teachers, administrators and staff back to school on Tuesday, September 3, as they gathered for a pe...