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Jim Opiekun said New Jersey is a 'hostile work environment' for superintendents.
Interim superintendent credits staff to KHS being named a top high school in the state.
Butler High School among 'most improved' in the past two years.
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Whole grain-rich foods, more fruits and vegetables mandated.
Butler Public Schools accepted into the state Interdistrict Public School Choice Program.
Board member said cost to merge Martha B. Day and Samuel R. Donald schools may be higher than to keep the schools separate.
Business administrator said state DOT may not be in favor of idea. What do you think?
Interim superintendent said districts may save on costs of implementing teacher evaluation program.
The school year is almost here. Let us know where you will be buying your supplies.
Health department servicing tri-boro reminds residents to vaccinate children and themselves.
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