|Life Lessons with a Little Football Mixed In
Ken Trimmer is head football coach at Caldwell High School. The biggest
problem he's ever had to face with his players is whether or not they
missed a class or test. So, it was a revelation five years ago when he
was sitting with several inner city football coaches before the annual
North-South all-star high school football game at Rutgers, of which
Trimmer is the game director.
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Hard to believe it's been more than three years since Verizon entered the video market in New Jersey. It was 2006 when state legislation was passed allowing Verizon a system-wide video franchise. As part of the legislation, the NJ Board of Public Utilities was required to issue a report on the progress and impact of Verizon's entrance to the cable TV market.
Mrs. Smith's incoming fourth-grade class is in for a big surprise
Rosemary Smith, a fourth-grade teacher at Byram Lakes Elementary
School in Stanhope, won a $10,000 technology makeover grant for her
classroom by participating in the Verizon Thinkfinity Home Run
Sweepstakes.Smith was one of more than 1,700 teachers in the greater New York
metropolitan area who entered the free, month-long contest.
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|Technology Grant Helping Infants Learn Basics
Children's Specialized Hospital is the largest pediatric healthcare
rehabilitation system in the United States. It grew out of a simple
mission back in 1891 to operate a summer haven for the city children in
the hopes that a respite from city life would bolster their health and
well being. It grew into much more.
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