About 35 city residents incensed by the state monitor’s recent decision to reject the board’s choice for superintendent showed up to the Board of Education meeting Wednesday, several of whom openly voiced their frustrations in a public hearing session that lasted close to two hours long.
The school district's search for a new superintendent has taken another step backward.
Results from state-mandated testing for the 2012-2013 school year were presented to the Board of Education on Wednesday, and the results show children in the Asbury Park School District are performing below average across the board.
At a special meeting held Monday, members of the Asbury Park Board of Education passed a resolution to have a draft employment contract sent to the executive county superintendent for district superintendent candidate Gregory Allen, according to a spokesperson for the district. Allen’s appointment is still under review by the state.
The Asbury Park Board of Education has selected a new superintendent in a decision that is currently under review by the district's state-appointed monitor.
Members of the Asbury Park Board of Education selected a new superintendent of schools and filled a vacancy left by a board member who resigned at a special meeting held Wednesday.
The Asbury Park Board of Education is down a member.
Tanzanian first lady Mama Salam Kikwete met with Asbury Park Middle School teacher Kevin Williams as part of the Footprints to Education program, according to a press release from the prog
Kindergartners will wrestle with measurements. Second-graders will dive into year-long research projects. High school freshmen will read classics like "Siddhartha" and "Lord of the Flies" years earlier than students now.
Wednesday’s board of education meeting was cancelled when less than half of the board members showed up at the designated start time.
Kyrie Moore Jr. got to flex his muscles on a brand new chest-press Monday. The 14-year-old Asbury Park student, who was looking to build the upper-body strength he says he needs on the football field, was among city students giving the equipment a workout at Asbury Park Middle School's new, state-of-the-art fitness center.
Asbury Park Middle School students now have a new, modern fitness facility at their disposal. Governor Christopher Christie [shown above, center] and Jake Steinfeld[at left], Chairman of the National Foundation for Governors’ Fitness and founder of Body by Jake, were on hand at the middle school Monday to cut the ribbon on the brand new facility and offer a packed auditorium of students words of encouragement.
Gov. Chris Christie told a room full of Asbury Park Middle School students on Monday that things usually go much better for him on the mornings when he works out than on the mornings he does not.
Governor Christie, who has been open about his weight struggles, told a roomful of students that he feels better when he exercises and doing so could help improve their school work too.
A new state monitor has been assigned to the Asbury Park School District.