Friday, July 23, 2021

Parsippany High School Alumni to Compete For Miss New Jersey USA 2021

PARSIPPANY — Alexyss Panfile, 24, will compete for the title of MISS NEW JERSEY TEEN USA 2021 from July 30 to August 1, 2021, at The Hilton Parsippany Hotel. Miss Panfile is an alumni of Parsippany High School's graduating class of 2015. She received...

Aarin Feliz Earns Master of Education from Springfield College

PARSIPPANY — Aarin Feliz of Lake Hiawatha has earned a Master of Education degree in Counseling from Springfield College for studies completed in 2021. Aaron is a graduate of Parsippany High School, Class of 2015. Springfield College concluded its 2021 Commencement Weekend ceremonies with eight...

Parsippany-Troy Hills School District Honors Retirees

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PARSIPPANY — Parsippany-Troy Hills School District honors its retirees, teachers, and staff with 25 years of service and Teacher of the Year.

Video: Parsippany High School Class of 2021 Graduation Ceremony

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PARSIPPANY — Video: Parsippany High School Class of 2021 Graduation Ceremony

Video: Parsippany Hills Class of 2021 Graduation Ceremony

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PARSIPPANY— Video: Parsippany Hills Class of 2021 Graduation Ceremony

Parsippany Hills High School Graduation 2021

PARSIPPANY — Principal Dr. Matthew Thompson announced the graduates of 262 students for the Class of 2021. The 2020-2021 Class Officers were Ester Fifo, President; Amisha Patel, Vice President; Gowri Konkesa, Secretary and Abigail Jandora, Treasurer. Graduates included Jillian Marie Adubato, Michael P. Agostinho, Justin Aguirre-Rosas,...

Parsippany High School Class of 2021

PARSIPPANY — Principal Dr. Denis Mulroony announced the graduates of 227 students for the Class of 2021. The 2020-2021 Class officers were Jessica Reich, President; Eileen Zhang, Vice President; Jasmine Bhavar, Secretary and Mia Petrolino, Treasurer. The Class of 2021 graduates are Emily Adawi, Russelle Aguirre,...

Class of 2021 Thanks Sponsors for Supporting Project Graduation

PARSIPPANY — On behalf of the students, parents, and staff members involved with Project Graduation for the Class of 2021 they would like to thank the supporters for their continued support of this activity. All contributions are used to defray the costs of supplies,...

Two Parsippany Students Named Mayo Performing Arts Students of the Month

PARSIPPANY — Students from Parsippany, Mount Olive, and Randolph have been named as Mayo Performing Arts Center’s June 2021 Music Students of the Month – Outstanding Pianists. The students will receive a certificate for their honor from MPAC and will be featured on the Music...

Frank Neglia Responds to Article: Frank Neglia Puts His Political Ambitions Before School Safety

PARSIPPANY — Parsippany-Troy Hills Board of Education President and Republican Candidate for Council responds to the previous press release. (Click here to read article) I was disappointed to read the Mayor's press release putting politics above our duty to Parsippany’s students. Politics do not have a...

Unmask Montville Township Holds Peaceful Rally

MORRIS COUNTY — Unmask Montville Township is a group for parents who are disturbed that their children are being forced to wear masks all day at school. They are looking to end-mask mandates in our school system. The group wants to "support parental choice and...

Frank Neglia Puts His Political Ambitions Before School Safety

PARSIPPANY — Last week, the Parsippany Board of Education published a false statement claiming that the township is ending the School Resource Officer (SRO) program, a shared service that provides police officers for Parsippany schools. The Township put out a statement correcting this false...

Board of Education: Reinstate the School Resource Officers for the 2021-22 School Year

PARSIPPANY — During the Parsippany Board of Education meeting, held on Tuesday, June 10,  the Board took aim at the Township's move to end the shared services that provide for School Resource Officers and a Director of Security at Parsippany's schools. Superintendent of Schools, Dr....

Township of Parsippany-Troy Hills Responds to Board of Education’s False Statement

PARSIPPANY — A public statement from the Parsippany Board of Education falsely stated that the Township wants to remove School Resource Officers from Parsippany schools. There is no discussion about removing School Resource Officers or any police officers from our Township’s schools, full stop. Such...

Little Vikings Football Registration Is Open

PARSIPPANY — Little Vikings Football registration is open for all Parsippany players this season! They are proud to announce this is the 25th Anniversary! Little Vikings has been providing the opportunity to learn and play the great American game of football since 1996! The program...

Bhargava Reddy Mamidi Completes Trine University Degree

PARSIPPANY — Bhargava Reddy Mamidi completed the requirements for a degree from Trine University at the end of the Spring 2021 semester. Mamidi earned a degree in Master of Science in Information Studies at Trine. Trine University, an internationally recognized, private, co-educational, residential institution, offers associate's,...

Students Celebrate Memorial Day with a Red Poppies Commemoration

PARSIPPANY— Ceramics students at Parsippany Hills High School created red poppies in commemoration of Memorial Day. The red poppy has long been a symbol of remembrance to those who served and sacrificed in our country and thus, we created our own poppy field on...

Parsippany Student Graduates from Prestigious STEM Program

PARSIPPANY — Parsippany resident Shariqa Iqbal graduated from the Governor’s STEM Scholars, a program of the Research & Development Council of New Jersey. Iqbal is one of 69 New Jersey high school and college students to complete the year-long program, which provides a 360°...

Murphy Announces That Schools Will Be Required to Provide Full-Time, In-Person Instruction Beginning Fall

PARSIPPANY — Continuing his commitment to ensuring that students have access to a high-quality education, Governor Phil Murphy announced that upon the conclusion of this school year, portions of Executive Order 175 allowing remote learning will be rescinded, meaning that schools will be required...

Battle of the Books: East Lake Elementary School vs. Lake Parsippany School

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PARSIPPANY — Battle of the Books: East Lake Elementary School vs. Lake Parsippany School