Students, parents, teachers advocate for nonrenewed staff, funding from township.
The event, Montclair Stands Up for Trans Youth, was organized by Vi, a transgender seventh grade student at Glenfield.
Students have been rehearsing and preparing for the show since September.
Buzz Aldrin Middle School is currently participating in the initiative.
Participants learned about the 1921 Tulsa race massacre, known as Black Wall Street.
Montclair’s Ife Joseph has also created two apps
Parents aim to extend a Hillside tradition.
Retelling the success of a Black Okla. town, and its violent end
Many of the hires previously held other roles in the district.
Students show support for arts program at June 20 Board of Education meeting.
“When Mr. Gill told his story, it was like complete silence in the audience,” Pitch-a-Palooza organizer Arielle Eckstut said. “People had a very emotional response to the story.”
Glenfield’s story is central to that of integration in Montclair, and development of the township’s cherished magnet system,
Seventh-grade student Reeves Fils-Aime gave the award money to his teacher, Scott Berman.
Low scores result of remote learning and lacking personnel, anti-bullying coordinator says.