Open enrollment period begins for dual language immersion program at Community Park School in Princeton
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Open enrollment period begins for dual language immersion program at Community Park School in Princeton

The dual language immersion program for the Princeton Public Schools is currently accepting applications for the 2023-24 academic year. Now in its eighth year, the program offers instruction in Spanish and English. Most students enter the program in kindergarten or first grade, but the program is open to all district students in grades K-5 who demonstrate the…

Incumbents sworn in for another term as Kendal and Baglio selected to lead Princeton Board of Education
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Incumbents sworn in for another term as Kendal and Baglio selected to lead Princeton Board of Education

Incumbent school board members Deb Bronfeld, Dafna Kendal, and Susan Kantor were sworn in to serve three-year terms at the Jan. 3 reorganization meeting for the Princeton Board of Education. The board voted unanimously to select Kendal to serve as the president for the second year in a row. Betsy Baglio, the longest-serving member of…

Incumbents widen lead in Princeton school board race (updated 3:15 p.m.)
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Incumbents widen lead in Princeton school board race (updated 3:15 p.m.)

Election results in Mercer County have not been finalized, but it appears that the three incumbents running for the school board in Princeton will all be serving another three-year term. Some votes are still being counted, but it would be almost impossible for challengers to win enough votes to pull ahead given the current gap….

Two new assistant principals begin jobs in the Princeton Public Schools (updated)

Two new assistant principals begin jobs in the Princeton Public Schools (updated)

Princeton High School and Princeton Middle School both welcomed new assistant principals over the past week. Nicole Mantuano Lacsamana began her new job as an assistant principal at Princeton High School on Monday, Oct. 24. Mantuano Lacsamana will work closely with Princeton High School Principal Frank Chmiel and Assistant Principals Cecilia Birge and Rashone Johnson. She…

Meet the Princeton Board of Education candidate: Margarita “Rita” Rafalovsky

Meet the Princeton Board of Education candidate: Margarita “Rita” Rafalovsky

Education: B.A., Computer Information Systems from Rutgers Newark, and M.S., Information Systems from NJIT What is your favorite book or a book you have read recently that you really liked? A book I read recently is titled “Oh William!”, by Elizabeth Strout. It’s about the many layers of complexity in close human relationships, the endless…

Meet the Princeton Board of Education candidate: Dafna Kendal

Meet the Princeton Board of Education candidate: Dafna Kendal

Education: B.A. Lehigh University, J.D. Seton Hall Law School What is your favorite book or a book you have read recently that you really liked? I recently read The Splendid and the Vile Why are you the right candidate for the school board? Princeton Public Schools has a long history of educational excellence. Institutional memory…

Meet the Princeton Board of Education candidate: Susan Kanter

Meet the Princeton Board of Education candidate: Susan Kanter

Education: Duke University Class of 85- Economics and Political Science What is your favorite book or a book you have read recently that you really liked? The last two books I read for fun are Madeline Miller’s Circe and The Song of Achilles. These two books are based on Greek mythology and were recommended to…

Meet the Princeton Board of Education candidate: Debbie Bronfeld

Meet the Princeton Board of Education candidate: Debbie Bronfeld

Education: University of Massachusetts BBA 1983, Babson College MBA 1990 What is your favorite book or a book you have read recently that you really liked? I read Hamnet, A novel of the Plague, by Maggie O’Farrell over the summer. My husband had given it to me for my birthday. Why are you the right…

Princeton superintendent: Driver wasn’t intentionally taking a video of girls’ cross country team members
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Princeton superintendent: Driver wasn’t intentionally taking a video of girls’ cross country team members

The superintendent for the Princeton Public Schools sent an email to parents and students Tuesday informing them that an incident last week involving the girls’ cross country team has been resolved. Police detectives identified the driver of a van who was recording cross country team members as they were running last week. Police said they…

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