Country Fair 2018

“The Country Fair is why we moved to Metuchen 20 years ago!” Verbatim was told us by friends from town. And we tend to agree. The event, organized by the Metuchen Area Chamber of Commerce is an anchor event that draws hundreds if not thousands of people. And people from all over come to enjoy […]

Affordable Care Act Information Seminar and Enrollment

Metuchen, N. J. (November 19, 2014) – Metuchen Public Library will host an Affordable Care Act Information Seminar and Enrollment on Saturday, December 20, 2014, 12:30 PM – 4:30 PM. Registration is required. Please call the Library at 732-632-8626.  There will be a presentation about the Affordable Care Act followed by Enrollment provided by SRA International. […]

Citizens for Quality Education (CQE) Scholarship Announced

For 2014, Citizens for Quality Education (CQE) is offering $1,000 in scholarships for Metuchen High School seniors who have challenged themselves with a rigorous high school curriculum. At least one award will be for $500. All eligible students are encouraged to apply. The criteria for determining the winners include following a challenging curriculum and appreciating […]

Metuchen High School’s 2nd Annual Mr. MHS Pageant

If you missed it, here’s some footage from April 5th. It’s 39 minutes of highlight footage taken by Senior student Samantha Bansil. Thanks for sharing the video, Samantha! Ten candidates competed for the title ‘Mr. MHS’. They include: Brian Eustace, Andrew Bostwick, Josh Hasler, Roman Caposino, James Poandl, Danny Lax Bro Garcia, Coleman Silver, Theodore […]

Putting theory into practice in Metuchen

By Sarah Anderson, Robin Darrah, Laura Fischer and Christina Spring, NJEA members via njea Review – April 2014 Dr. Maurice J. Elias’ article, “Let’s Put Caring into the Common Core,” featured in the February issue of NJEA Review, provided further confirmation that addressing students’ social emotional competence should be the first step in addressing the […]

First Ladies: Influence and Image

via – In honor of Women’s History Month, Power to Learn has partnered with C-SPAN to bring a “First Ladies: Influence and Image” learning experience to the 6th grade students at Edgar Middle School. “First Ladies” tells the stories of the women who served in the role of first lady over the last 44 […]