Imagine your a high school student excited for a trip with classmates to Washington D.C. to see how government works and explore our nations history. Then imagine the bus that's supposed to take you there doesn't show up.
Central Regional had a power outage several weeks ago where the students had to leave their classes and school rather early in the day and did not get a whole day in, they have to make it up. The Superintendent says they have to make it up.
It was "a date which will live in infamy," President Franklin Delano Roosevelt said following the attacks on Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941, and the Central Regional ROTC program has been selected to attend the island next year to honor those fallen American soldiers but need assistance in their fundraising efforts.
Governor Chris Christie's plan to provide the same amount of aid per student is drawing opinion from both sides of the proverbial coin from various superintendents in New Jersey. Here at the shore growing voices are weighing in on whether they feel this proposed funding formula is fair or not for their district, and taxpayers.
Shock and mystery continues to surround the suspension of Central Regional High School Athletic Director Vincent Casale. Various media outlets report that Casale was suspended with pay on Friday, January 30th, for a matter unrelated to students and a matter that did not involve criminal activity...