Shalom Academy Rejected, Restaurant Expansion Opposed in Top Teaneck News
A look at the week's top stories in Teaneck.
State officials rejected a bid to open a Hebrew immersion charter school for students in Englewood and Teaneck, saying the school had not proven it was ready and could not supply the required documents.
School media center upgrades, new social studies textbooks and curriculum initiatives are some of the district projects that could benefit from the $1.4 million once allocated to cover tuition for students enrolled at the proposedShalom Academy Charter School.
Still, Teaneck Board of Education President Ardie Walser cautioned the funds should not be viewed as extra money, as the district already made cuts to meet Shalom Academy’s requirements.
Residents can now register to take part in Teaneck’s first township-wide garage sale, scheduled in August.
Queen Anne Road venue and restaurant MexiCali Live will host a benefit show next week to raise money for injured members of the armed forces, event organizers announced.
A plan to expand Sanzari's New Bridge Inn is facing opposition from Teaneck residents, who claim the project would increase flooding and traffic in the area.