BOE Trustee achievements
Three members of the Glen Rock Board of Education were recently recognized by the New Jersey School Boards Association.
Barbara Steuert (second from right) is recognized
with a Certified BOE Leader Award at the NJSBA
dinner on May 5.
Gene Calderone (second from left) receives his
Certificated BOE Member Award at the event,held at
Maggiano's in Hackensack.
Sanjiv Ohri, far right, is congratulated by fellow trustees
President Rona McNabola (seated) Gene Calderon and
Barbara Steuert on his Certificated Board Member Award.
GRHS freshman takes top spot
GRHS freshman Laura Yuan is national first place winner in InvestWrite competition
The Glen Rock Board of Education's public meeting on April 13 included a presentation by the SIFMA Foundation, recognizing the amazing accomplishment of freshman Laura Yuan in being selected as the national first place winner in its InvestWrite essay competition. The program challenges 4th through 12th grade students across the country to analyze an investment scenario and recommend portfolio allocations targeting short- and long-term financial goals. The competition serves as a culminating activity for nearly 600,000 students nationwide who compete in The Stock Market Game each year. Congratulating Laura (second from right) on her achievement are (from left) Superintendent Dr. Paula Valenti, BOE Vice-president Sanjiv Ohri, GRHS Principal John Arlotta, SIFMA representative Esi Gillo and GRHS Business teacher Samara Fluster.
Central Elementary First Grade teacher Heather Frank (far right) receives a grant in the amount of $2,250 from the Glen Rock Education Foundation (GREF). She will use the grant to purchase technology that will establish listening stations in her classroom to assist in developing reading fluency for her students. On hand to make the presentation at the March 23 BOE meeting are (from left) GREF board members Angela Vila, Karyn Stephenson, and Robert Burslem.
The BOE's "Rock Talk" March, 2015 eNewsletter