Photo: Whitney C. Slade is named new Head of School at Rumson Country Day School.
RUMSON, NJ - The Rumson Country Day School announced today that Whitney C. Slade will become the seventh Head of School in its 87-year history. Mr. Slade will succeed Chad B. Small—who is in his 25th year as RCDS Head of School—for the 2014–2015 school year. Mr. Slade is currently in his 16th year as head of St. Michael’s Country Day School in Newport, Rhode Island.
“The RCDS Board of Trustees voted unanimously to offer Whitney Slade the position, and we couldn’t be more pleased that he accepted,” says John Devlin ’83, who chaired the school’s nine-person search committee. “Competition for the best talent was particularly fierce this year, and we know Whitney was a finalist at a number of schools across the country. RCDS was on the top of his list when he began this process, and at the end of the process he was on the top of ours. How often do things work out that way?”
“Fugitive Safe Surrender” Will Invite New Jersey Fugitives to Voluntarily Surrender, Obtain Favorable Consideration
More than 13,000 individuals turned themselves in at New Jersey’s four previous FSS events; the initiative changes lives, protects the public and police, and benefits society
NEWARK – Fugitives hiding from the law in New Jersey will soon have the opportunity to surrender safely at a Jersey City church, take responsibility for their offenses, and obtain favorable consideration from the court, through Fugitive Safe Surrender-North Jersey.
New Jersey Acting Attorney General John J. Hoffman, State Parole Board Chairman James T. Plousis, and Motor Vehicle Commission Chief Administrator Raymond P. Martinez joined with Hudson County Acting Prosecutor Gaetano T. Gregory, Bergen County Prosecutor John L. Molinelli, Passaic County Prosecutor Camelia M. Valdes, Hudson County Sheriff Frank Schillari, Rutgers-Newark Interim Chancellor Todd Clear, and other leaders at the State, county, municipal, community-based and faith-based levels to announce this important partnership.
ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS, NJ - Police Departments, Fire Departments and Emergency Medical Services of Atlantic Highlands, Highlands and Middletown, the United States Coast Guard Station Sandy Hook and Saint Agnes Roman Catholic Church, invite you to the Tenth Annual Blue Mass at Saint Agnes Church in Atlantic Highlands on Wednesday October 16, 2013 at 7:30PM.
The Mass will celebrate the service of the police, fire and emergency medical services of Atlantic Highlands, Highlands and Middletown as well as the United States Coast Guard and the United States Park Rangers at Sandy Hook.
All faiths and denominations are welcome to join us in this celebration of public service and a reception at the Shore Casino afterward.
Two meetings set for week of Oct. 21
FREEHOLD, NJ –The Monmouth County Planning Board is kicking-off a new Comprehensive Master Plan initiative with public information sessions set for the end of the month.
The first session will take place at 2 p.m. on Monday, Oct. 21 as part of the regular Planning Board meeting held on the 2nd floor conference room of the Hall of Records Annex at One East Main Street in Freehold Borough.
The Planning Board will hold an evening public information session at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 22 at the Monmouth County Agriculture Building at 4000 Kozloski Road in Freehold Township. The meeting will begin with an open house component at 6:30 p.m.
PHOTO: The RBR Latino Girls Group are delighted to be participating in the second annual international Day of the Girl Celebration which takes place on October 11 at the United Nations with their video showcased during the event which comprises thousands of girls from many countries. Pictured left to right are (standing): Cynthia Gaspar, Pamela Avila, Katherine Hurtado, Jasmine Garcia, (sitting): Karla Williams, RBR SOURCE Clinician and Latina Girls’ Group advisor Marisol Mondaca, Jennifer Gonzalez, Lizsete Santamaria, Lizbeth Menez. All the girls are from Red Bank.
Little Silver, NJ - The second annual International Day of the Girl occurs on October 11, 2013 at the United Nations with this year’s theme of “Innovating for Girls’ Education. Red Bank Regional (RBR) is delighted to be part of this year’s celebrations which will feature a video created by the school’s Latino’ Girls’ group. RBR thus joins thousand of other girls from around the globe whose voices will be heard on empowering women to improve their lives through education. The RBR Latina Girls Group video can be viewed on you tube at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o4Z-b72HG8I. The Day of the Girl Summit is sponsored by 50 plus organizations including UNICEF and UN Women.