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SPFHS Alumni Association meeting topic: recording for the blind
On Tuesday evening November 20 at 7:30 P.M. at the Scotch Plains-Fanwood High School, Room 101 (which is located near the media center) ,Karen Checchio, Class of 1973, and daughter of Nancy Mancini Checchio '47, will speak to us about her volunteer work for the blind. She records for them and delivers her work to a Princeton clearing house. Karen is an assistant vice president for Chubb Commercial Insurance in Whitehouse Station. We feel fortunate to have her share her experiences with us. The SPFHS Alumni Association hopes you will join us and enjoy the social hour afterwards.
No RSVP needed. If you have any questions, please call President Laura Swidersky at (908) 889-2084.
More About Scotch Plains-Fanwood High School
Scotch Plains-Fanwood High School, with an enrollment of about 1,500 students, is the only public high school in the township. It offers a comprehensive program that serves the needs, aptitudes and interests of its diverse student body. Extensive required and elective courses are available in English, mathematics, science, social studies, world languages, physical education and health, instructional technologies and business, art, vocal and instrumental music, industrial technology education, and family and consumer sciences. There are 16 Advanced Placement courses. In addition, there are work/study programs and vocational/technical training opportunities. Special facilities include computer labs, reading labs, subject resource centers, college and career resource center, and media center with audio/video/TV production and broadcasting capabilities. The school offers an outstanding program of extracurricular activities in which several student groups and teams regularly receive state and national recognition. The principal is David Heisey.
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