Monthly Archives: September 2011

Bollwage to BOE: Defending Subpoenas Trumps Studend Protection?

ELIZABETH, NJ, September 26, 2011— As Elizabeth Board of Education members begin another year, you would think the protection of their students would be their number one priority, however it is not the kids who they think need protection– it is themselves. Elizabeth High School houses over 5,000 students within different buildings, all of which…

EXPLORE ELIZABETH’S PAST!

As part of the Four Centuries in a Weekend Heritage Festival on October 15 and 16, the First Presbyterian Church of Elizabeth and Boxwood Hall State Historic Site invite all elementary school students of Union County to become Junior Elizabeth Historians. Young people who visit both sites in Historic Midtown Elizabeth will receive a certificate…

Two Elizabeth men arrested burglarized at least 20 homes in Union County

The following article was published by www.nj.com on 09/22/2011 and we are providing the link for your information and access to the article in its entirety. ELIZABETH — Two men thought to have burglarized at least 20 homes throughout Union County were arrested in Elizabeth while splitting up loot from a recent burglary, police said…

Elizabeth shooting leaves 19-year-old woman in grave condition

The following article was published by www.nj.com on 09/22/2011 and we are providing the link for your information and access to the article in its entirety. ELIZABETH — A 19-year-old woman is in grave condition after being shot behind an Elizabeth night club early this morning, the Union County Prosecutor’s Office said. Details were still…

Elizabeth Branch NAACP Statement

RE: Elizabeth Board of Education naacpelizabeth@gmail.com My name is Krishna Garlic and I am the President of the Elizabeth NAACP and I am accompanied by representatives from the 20th Legislative Black Caucus, People’s Organization for Progress, Elizabeth LOC and the Elizabeth Education Organizing Committee. We have assembled this morning to make an appeal to the…

Elizabeth Board of Ed. president arrested on state charges of lying to obtain free federally subsidized lunches for her kids

Andrew Mills/The Star-Ledger The following article was published by www.nj.com on 09/19/2011 and we are providing the link for your information and access to the article in its entirety. ELIZABETH — The president of the Elizabeth Board of Education was arrested at her home early this morning on state charges of lying to obtain free…

The Superior court of NJ ordered Fajardo and Munoz to return $63,622.00 to Elizabeth Board of Education.

Last Tuesday, September 13th, 2011, Karen M Cassidy, assignment judge from the Superior Court of New Jersey ordered Rafael Fajardo – ex-President of the Board of Education- and Pablo Muñoz—Superintendent—to reimburse the Elizabeth Board of Education the amount of $63,622.00. The Plaintiff in this matter, Antonio Rivera, sought to restitution by Defendants, Fajardo and Muñoz,…