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Preserving Public Education
Teaneck 2020, Inc. presents Preserving Public Education - Monday, May 21, 7:30 to 9:30 PM at the Teaneck High School Media Center - an open forum to discuss the effect of the Governor's Proposed Budget and Charter School Legislation on funding for Teaneck's Public Schools.
The panel will include:
- Danielle Farrie, Director of Research at the Education Law Center
- Barbara Pinsak, Superintendent of Teaneck Schools
- Julia Sass Rubin, Ph.D. MBA, Representative of Save Our Schools NJ
- Loretta Weinberg, New Jersey Senate Majority Leader
It will be moderated by Therise Edwards.
Please join us!
For more information go to the Teaneck2020.com
More About Teaneck High School
Teaneck High School, known in town as the "Castle on the Hill," is Teaneck's only public high school. In addition to traditional high school curriculum, Teaneck High School has "academy" programs that allow students to focus on specific areas of study. One program, Technology-Enriched Academy for Mathematics and Science, is an honors curriculum for students interested in math and science. In addition, the Teaneck Arts Academy is another program available for students interested in focusing on the arts.
Teaneck High School offers more than 120 courses as well as a 45 honors and advanced placement courses, independent studies and a range of electives. Outside of the classroom, students can participate in 26 varsity sports and several school clubs. After school programs include Cheerleading, Flag Twirlers, H.E.A.L., Marching Band, Terpsichoreans, National Honor Society, Yearbook, Student Council and SOLA (Student Organization of Latin Awareness).
The school library and media center are linked to the county-wide Bergen Electronic Library System and Bergen County Cooperative Library databases giving students access to materials in other libraries.