The state released projected aid for NJ school districts on Feb. 28.
The Scotch Plains-Fanwood school district will receive a 3.3 percent increase of a little over $90,000 dollars in state aid, according to the state aid numbers released on Feb. 28. On the afternoon of Feb. 28 the state released the projected aid amounts for all school districts in New Jersey showing a 3.3 percent increase in aid for the Scotch Plains-Fanwood School District. Originally, the board had budgeted for the state aid to remain flat, but now they are projected to receive an additional $90,124, according to the government document. This goes back to what Board President Trip Whitehouse said at the last Board of Education meeting, when he pointed out to the public that although they are budgeting for aid to remain flat, it could go…
This year's Leadership Training Conference will train 100 new student leaders.
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Tuesday, January 29
The following information was provided by the Leadership Training Conference of Scotch Plains-Fanwood. The Educational Enrichment Foundation of Scotch Plains Fanwood and the SPF School District will co-sponsor a leadership training program for middle school students on Feb. 2. the LTC 100 will train 100 new student leaders. LTC 100 takes some of the best features of the New Jersey Association of Student Councils (NJASC) four day Leadership Training Conference (LTC) program held in the summer and condenses them into one day. This program, under the leadership of Phyllis Mirabella (EEF of SPF), is in its fourth year. This year's LTC 100 will train 100 Delegates. After this year, the SPF LTC 100 program will have trained over 450 …