Hoboken High School Car Wash!

4/6/2010:

A win-win situation: A clean car and school support!

Want to support the Hoboken High School Track & Field team, and help them participate in the Penn Relays in April 2010?

Then head over to the High School (8th and Clinton) on Sunday, April 11th from 9am to 1pm. Just $5 bucks!

Rain date is Sunday, April 18th.

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2 Comments on "Hoboken High School Car Wash!"

Hoboken_South
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Hoboken_South

Hoboken Public Schools are suffering… with the expected budget cuts to education (go figure), several Hoboken schools are on the discussion table for closure or restructuring. Our children (our future) need us to speak out on there behalf. Please call the governor’s office, superintendent, and senate office. Let them know we will not stand for such a thing. Our children are not dollar signs. Our children should not be part of any type of budget cuts. In all actuality they should receive more… for example Hoboken High School (Newsweek Bronze Medal Recipient for most improved high school two years running, the only high school in Hudson County to receive this distinction) may be affected by the proposed plans of the powers that be. The principal (Mr. Joy) and his staff have made it a requirement to maintain such an achievement status. Nothing but the best is expected from his students. We must speak out and demand an alternative. They must leave our children alone.
Please call and support the children.

Governor’s office: 609-292-6000 (Christie)
Superintendent’s office 201-356-3600 (Mr. Carter)

matt_72
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No, our children aren’t dollar signs and neither are they hostages. Stop using them to justify your outrageous pay and bennies. If you really want to help the kids then why don’t you get the union to support school district consolidations on a state-wide basis. That way we get rid of the waste and more money makes it to the classroom. Why don’t you support getting rid of tenure and making all pay raises & promotions based on merit. Why don’t you support giving parents the right and money to send their children to any school that will take them. But hey, not like the union that represents all those dead weight workers would ever support any of that. Nope, the union will continue to use kids as their human shields. In response to Hoboken_South who said: Hoboken Public Schools are suffering… with the expected budget cuts to education (go figure), several Hoboken schools are on the discussion table for closure or restructuring. Our children (our future) need us to speak out on there behalf. Please call the governor’s office, superintendent, and senate office. Let them know we will not stand for such a thing. Our children are not dollar signs. Our children should not be part of any type of budget cuts. In all actuality they should receive more… for example Hoboken High School (Newsweek Bronze Medal Recipient for most improved high school two years running, the only high school in Hudson County to receive this distinction) may be… Read more »
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