Princeton Academy of the Sacred Heart to close at the end of the school year
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Princeton Academy of the Sacred Heart to close at the end of the school year

Citing financial challenges, the leaders of the Princeton Academy of the Sacred Heart, a private school for boys in grades K-8, announced Tuesday that the school will close at the end of the academic year. Princeton Academy was incorporated as a Sacred Heart school in 1998 and opened in 1999. The school bought the Our…

Photos: Princeton community school supply drive will help 268 children kick off the new academic year with the right gear
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Photos: Princeton community school supply drive will help 268 children kick off the new academic year with the right gear

The Princeton Human Services Commission was able to supply 268 children in the Princeton Public Schools with backpacks and school supplies due to the generosity of community members, municipal employees, elected officials, the Princeton Police Department, Princeton University, and local organizations and businesses. Supplies were distributed to students in kindergarten through the sixth grade from…

Princeton Board of Education to vote on proposed $13 million bond referendum Tuesday night
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Princeton Board of Education to vote on proposed $13 million bond referendum Tuesday night

The board of education for the Princeton Public Schools is slated to vote on a proposed $13 million bond referendum at a public meeting that will be held via Zoom at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday night, Aug. 22. If the board approves the bond referendum, voters will be asked to weigh in on the spending…

Nine Princeton students receive college scholarships
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Nine Princeton students receive college scholarships

Princeton Community Housing hosted a celebration at the Princeton Senior Resource Center on Wednesday, Aug. 9 to recognize students living at Princeton Community Village and Griggs Farm who received college scholarships this year from the New Jersey Affordable Housing Management Association and the National Affordable Housing Management Association. Scholarships ranging from $1,500 to $4,500 are…

Healing with music: Free dance classes being offered to Princeton area residents with Parkinson’s Disease
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Healing with music: Free dance classes being offered to Princeton area residents with Parkinson’s Disease

Princeton University Concerts and the American Repertory Ballet are teaming up to offer free dance classes to people with Parkinson’s Disease. The collaboration aims to explore the intersection of music, dance, and Parkinson’s Disease while serving residents in the region who have the disease. Starting on Monday, July 31, an instructor with the American Repertory…