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Thursday, Jan. 13
Seabra’s Armory, Perth Amboy
BY CLARE MARIE CELANO Staff Writer
FREEHOLD — Colorful costumes, upbeat Latin music, dancers, singers and an array of foods were the order of the day in Downtown Freehold on Oct. 2 as the Latino Festival came to town once again.
The event took place in the Monmouth County Hall of Records parking lot between East Main and Lafayette streets.
Majority of Role Models are in Science, Technology, Engineering & Math Fields
PRINCETON, NJ – The HISPA Role Model Bureau, a national non-profit organization dedicated to providing professional Hispanic role models for young students, kicked off its third year with 400 Hispanic professionals ready to support educational programs across New Jersey.
HISPA would like to thank all the sponsors and participants of the 2010 Three Kings Banquet for their wonderful support for HISPA’s mission and programs. At the event HISPA Role Models, volunteers, supporters and friends, gathered to celebrate their commitment to SHARING their stories INSPIRING and TRANSFORMING students' future.
FREEHOLD, NJ – Con el objetivo principal de disminuir la deserción escolar de los jóvenes, HISPA, organización nacional sin fines de lucro, se dedica a mobilizar a los latinos profesionales para que se conviertan en modelos a seguir.
FREEHOLD, NJ – HISPA, a national non-profit organization with the mission to reduce dropout rates by mobilizing Latino professionals to serve as active role models, will hold its Annual Three Kings Banquet on Thursday, Jan. 14, 6:30 p.m., at Seabra’s Armory in Perth Amboy.
FREEHOLD, NJ – The HISPA Role Model program, a national non-profit organization dedicated to providing professional Hispanic role models for young students, started off its second year with 50 new volunteers, which allows the program to substantially expand its reach.
The Center for Health and Health Care in Schools has released a new publication, Helping immigrant and refugee students succeed: It’s not just what happens in the classroom.
Problematic behaviors exhibited by students have a direct impact on student success and the importance of engaging families for student academic achievement has been well documented.
Dear friends and members of HACEMOS,