Over $50,000 was raised for tuition aid, mentoring
The omicron variant of COVID-19 has made scheduling a juggling act for Montclair athletics directors this winter.
Some interruptions are caused by positive cases among the teams, some among their opponents.
Both boys and girls Montclair High School basketball teams are sidelined due to COVID-19 protocols this winter break.
Most, but not all will require quarantines for students who travel, but not necessarily if they stay in nearby states.
Both the boys and girls basketball teams for Immaculate Conception High School are poised for more great basketball this season.
A look at how winter sports is shaping up for Montclair High School, Montclair Kimberley Academy and Immaculate Conception.
Grants were awarded to 15 organizations.
More money needed for weekly student and staff tests, superintendent says
Immaculate Conception High School’s football team got off to a fast start this season with a 42-6 win over crosstown rival Montclair Kimberley Academy.
SFIC to give $150,000 to students for partial-tuition assistance.
Principal Michele Neves said many of the students will be attending historically Black colleges and universities.
Montclair teams made it through the first part of Winter sports, achieving success on and off the field of play.
By RICHARD COWEN for Montclair Local He didn’t know it then, but Tom Ammiano had just run the race of his life when he finished first for Immaculate Conception High […]