Posts tagged Thomas E. Bowe School
Glassboro students take their parents to school

Thomas E. Bowe School in Glassboro recently welcomed parents to “Take Your Parents to School Day” during American Education Week and parents returned later in the month for the Bowe PTO’s Fourth Grade Fall Festival and the school’s Title I Fall Family Night.

“This is our opportunity to showcase the programs that we have,” Principal Craig Stephenson told parents, while also pointing out, “It’s all about our kids.”

Parents were treated to breakfast sponsored by the Gloucester County and Glassboro Education Associations and sat in on classroom lessons during “Take Your Parents to School Day.”

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Glassboro's Teachers of the Year Honored

Glassboro’s Teachers of the Year include (second from the left to fourth from the left) Heather Stewart, Dorothy L. Bullock School; Lori Kaszupski, J. Harvey Rodgers School; Shannon Batten, Glassboro Intermediate School; and (second from the right and far right) Christina Duffey, Glassboro High School; Mary Aruffo, Thomas E. Bowe School.

They are pictured at the county recognition luncheon with Dr. Mark J. Silverstein, superintendent of Glassboro Schools (third from the right) and Danielle Sochor, chief academic officer for Glassboro Schools.

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VIDEO: Glassboro Students Solve Everyday Problems by Exploring Engineering

"They're the ones that are going to be solving the next engineering challenges so to be able to expose them [and] get them excited about it [will] hopefully increase that talent pipeline down the future."

The young engineers also got the chance to work alongside current Rowan students to solve everyday problems with the help of science.

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Sustainable Jersey for Schools Grant will fund 'The Bowe Green Project Library'

Glassboro's Thomas E. Bowe School will grow its garden library thanks to a $2,000 Sustainable Jersey for Schools capacity-building grant, which is funded by the PSEG Foundation and made possible by Sustainable Jersey for Schools. The school joined 29 other $2,000 grant recipients, four $10,000 recipients, PSEG Foundation personnel and Sustainable Jersey at an April 25 awards ceremony held at the Hedgepeth-Williams Middle School of the Arts in Trenton.

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