• Former Football Coach Files Suit Against School District

    A lawyer representing Lou Racioppe, the former football coach at Verona High School, has filed a 10-count complaint against the Verona Board of Education and several individuals over the BOE’s decision to put him on administrative leave...

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  • Schools Damaged By Saturday Floods

    Verona homes, business and cars weren’t the only things damaged by Saturday’s flash floods–our schools also took on water. According to Superintendent Dr. Rui Dionisio, Forest Avenue School‘s basement had the most damage, with water and mud...

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  • F.N. Brown Loses A Tree

    For years, one of the favorite moments of spring in Verona has been when the three large ornamental cherry trees in front of F.N. Brown elementary school bloom. Unfortunately, next spring, we’ll only have two-thirds of the...

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  • Six Candidates File To Run For BOE

    There will be six candidates vying for two seats on the Verona Board of Education this November. Michele Bernardino is seeking a second term on the BOE, and John Quattrocchi is running for a sixth term. Also...

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  • Taking The ‘L’ In Your Classroom

    I am guessing they you probably have heard of the video game Fortnite. You may have even heard of “Taking the L.” This is a dance for players to rub in the loss or defeat of another...

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  • Crossing Guards Needed

    The opening of the 2018-2019 school year is a little more than a month away, and Verona needs crossing guards to keep kids safe as they go to and from school. The township is looking to fill...

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  • More State School Aid? Sort Of

    For a school district that just had to rip $160,000 out of an already tight budget, a spreadsheet from the state Department of Education that says we’re going to get almost $284,000 in additional aid sounds like...

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  • Bill Giuliano Finds Meaning In Service Learning

    When Bill Giuliano was at Verona High School, his biggest passions were its music and football programs. At the University of Scranton, Giuliano discovered that he had a passion for service learning, or as Scranton calls it,...

    • Posted 1 month ago
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  • What’s Next For VHS ‘18: From An Island To An Ivy

    It has been two months since Colin Vega returned from the Philippines, where he spent the entirety of what should have been his senior year at Verona High School. Soon, he’ll be heading to college at Princeton...

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  • Honor Roll: Grade 8, 4th Marking Period 2017-2018

    Yvette McNeal and David Galbierczyk, principals of H.B. Whitehorne Middle School, are proud to announce the names of those eighth grade students who have earned academic recognition during the fourth marking period of this school year 2017-2018. These...

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