- Category: Arts & Culture
HIGHLANDS, NJ - Joshua never returned to Water Witch after his opening in 2016. He didn't have to because all of the piece that he brought found a new home. We have been long awaiting for the return of Ruggeri, and he is finally back! The installation will run June 29, 2019 thru September 2019.
- Category: News
PHOTO: RBR Superintendent Dr. Louis Moore and RBR Board President John Garofalo (left to right) flank their new principal Julius Clark who was appointed to the positon at the June 19 Board meeting. He will begin his new role in August.
LITTLE SILVER, NJ - At its June 19 meeting, the Red Bank Regional (RBR) Board of Education announced that its old friend and colleague Julius Clark of Toms River will be its new principal. He will be replacing long-time employee and administrator, Risa Clay, who officially leaves the district in October and is currently on medical leave.
Julius Clark began his educational career in Red Bank school district just after graduating from the College of New Jersey in 2005. He taught math in the sixth and eighth grades. Mr. Clark was named Red Bank’s 2014 Teacher of Year and received the New Jersey Governor’s Teacher Recognition Award. He also served as a head basketball and head soccer coach while at Red Bank. Mr. Clark obtained his Master of Science in Educational Leadership from Fairleigh Dickenson University in 2012 followed by his Principal Certification in 2013. He was selected to serve on the Monmouth County Common Core curriculum design project and worked to promote academic excellence and equity though his partnership work with sixteen school districts in New Jersey. From 2017 to the summer of 2018, he also mentored students of various backgrounds in grades 4 to 8 for the Lunch Break Red Bank program. Mr. Clark left Red Bank this past school year to take an assistant principal position for the West Windsor-Plainsboro School District.
RBR Superintendent Dr. Louis Moore stated of RBR’s new principal, “Mr. Clark will be new to his position at RBR, but he is not new to our community. Since 2005, he has worked closely with RBR teachers and administrators to strengthen articulation, curriculum, and professional development programs. These experiences will assist him in succeeding in his new role. Mr. Clark will bring a commitment to collaboration and teamwork that his colleagues and our committee identified as one of his greatest strengths.”
He states of his new role at RBR, “I am thrilled to be back in this community which is near and dear to my heart. I intend to focus on educating the whole child so that students are prepared for an ever changing global society and continue to encourage teachers to create a positive, welcoming classroom environment that challenges students to be their best self.”
Tracey and Jon Stewart’s Hockhockson Farm Foundation Announces New Program with Lunch Break and Laurino Farms
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PHOTO: Jon Stewart, Bobby Laurino, Tracey Stewart, Lunch Break Executive Director Gwendolyn O. Love, Lunch Break Director of Operations Armida Caldwell, Lunch Break Board President John Klein and Lunch Break Development and Marketing Assistant Ellen McCarthy
RED BANK, NJ — Hockhockson Farm Foundation, in collaboration with Lunch Break and Laurino Farms, announced the Caring Sharing Agriculture program is now accepting donations to give access to fresh produce for Lunch Break families in need.
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HIGHLANDS, NJ – Joshua Keller of Highlands, New Jersey, is one of three students in the U.S. to receive the Surfers Environmental Alliance’s [SEA] 2018-2019 Environmental Studies Scholarship.
“The students we select to receive this scholarship show a genuine passion for the environment and scholarship,” says Richard Lee, executive director of the Surfers Environmental Alliance. “All candidates must complete a rigorous application process, maintain a high GPA and present a worthy essay.”
“Being a recipient of this scholarship meant that I was able to financially support continuing my education,” said Keller, a recent graduate of Eckerd College. “This scholarship also allowed me to help fund my efforts to do more conservation dive trips and get important hands-on experiences that I will carry with me in my mission to repair the seas for future generations.”
- Category: News
Internet Outage the morning of June 24, 2019 affected thousands of websites.
Some website around the world, including the AHHerald, were inaccessible for about 90 minutes this morning due to what is called a "route leak." Basically, that means two or more networks were not communicating the correct information with each other and could not send requests to the correct internet addresses. Most North American sites are back online.
Some initial reports indicate the primary source of the problem was with Level3 (Now CenturyLink), a tier one backbone of the internet.
Cloudflare, which handles the IP address for many websites this morning reports:
Cloudflare System Status
Route Leak Impacting Cloudflare
Monitoring - The network responsible for the route leak has now fixed the issue. We are seeing improvement and are continuing to monitor this before we consider this issue resolved.
Jun 24, 12:42 UTC
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