WhatWasThere.com

WhatWasThere.com is an innovative program that invites people of all ages to take a walk through history photographically. The content on  WhatWasThere.com is crowdsourced. Anyone can contribute historical photos to the database by uploading their old photos and placing them at addresses found on Google Maps. The mission of the site’s creator, Enlighten Ventures, is to “weave together a photographic history of the world” for users to explore. To use the site, simply type in the name of a state, [Read More]

Now that the Rio Olympics have ended, enjoy some of the back stories of Olympic athletes! David Boudia ~ Greater than Gold Three-time Olympian David Boudia’s memoir is fresh off the press. It tells the story of the diver’s descent into depression after the 2008 Olympics and his redemption the following year after his Christian coach spoke truth into his life. Shawn Johnson ~ I Am Second® Shawn Johnson’s testimony on I Am Second ® [Read More]

It’s time to return those library books

It’s that time of year — all library books are due back to the Middle School/High School Library. Friday, June 3, is the deadline to return all borrowed materials to the MS/HS Library. Circulation will then be closed for one week, but will reopen on June 13 to begin making summer loans. Please note, only re-registered families may make summer loans. All materials borrowed for the summer will be due back to the library during the [Read More]

5th Grade Spanish Country Projects are in our Gallery

Our 5th grade Spanish students have been busy with their country reports! The students each selected a Spanish-speaking country, researched it, and wrote a formal report. Next, they created a digital poster, using Glogster, highlighting their favorite things about their country. You can see their completed posters on the Gallery page of this website. To view a poster in full screen, mouse over the top right corner and click on the full screen icon.

2016 Values Voter Guide

If you would like to know where the 2016 candidates stand on issues important to Christians, check out FRC’s Presidential Voter Guide. Not registered to vote? If you are not registered to vote in New Jersey, you can access a New Jersey Voter Registration Application right now from NJ Elections. Just select your county and language,  fill out the PDF form online, print it, fold it, and drop it in the mail. It’s already addressed and postage is free. [Read More]

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