FDU President Dies, Lawsuit Heads to Trial, Teaneck Graduates
A review of the week's top Teaneck stories.
A Hebrew immersion charter school seeking approval to open in Teaneck is negotiating with two property owners in Englewood to provide temporary space allowing the school to open this fall, according to a report on northjersey.com.
Shalom Academy Charter School was scheduled to appear before the township zoning board Thursday, but the hearing was moved to July 19, four days after the state is set to announce which charters are approved to open.
Local officials and actresses from the hit Broadway Musical “Wicked” joined Teaneck Community Charter School students and staff Friday to celebrate the school being awarded a grand prize in NBC’s "Smash" Make a Musical program.
Fairleigh Dickinson University President J. Michael Adams, who was set to retire after being diagnosed with cancer, died early Thursday, according to a message from the school.
A lawsuit alleging Teaneck’s zoning board violated a congregation’s constitutional rights when it imposed conditions on the group’s approval to use a Queen Anne Road residence for religious services is expected to go before a jury after a judge’s ruling Friday.