School Administrator Resigns, New Classrooms Open in Week’s Top News
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The Fort Lee Board of Education voted unanimously Monday to accept the resignation effective Nov. 26, 2012, of Keith Lockwood from his positions as Assistant Superintendent, Anti-Bullying Coordinator and Affirmative Action Officer.
The Fort Lee School No. 1 annex comprises four new classrooms and was one of the referendum-approved projects started over the summer. After lengthy construction delays, the wing officially opened Wednesday.
The Fort Lee Public School District’s current contract with its teachers is set to expire on April 30, and that has some people concerned about potential retirements before the school year ends. But school officials say they are hopeful they can work out an agreement with the Fort Lee Education Association (FLEA) to avoid that.
A knife-wielding assailant was shot and killed by three police officers after he robbed a CVS pharmacy in neighboring Leonia last Sunday afternoon, authorities said.
The annual Fort Lee High School Athletic Booster Club-sponsored “Senior Appreciation Night” for fall athletes took place Wednesday in the high school cafeteria.
A $1million second prize ticket was sold at a Hess Express on Route 4 East, and $10,000 third place ticket was sold at Fort Lee Stationary, according to reports.
Fort Lee school officials announced this week that the Fort Lee Board of Education will hold a special work session Monday to “discuss a personnel matter,” but the meeting is going to be held in private.
Three truck drivers were charged at the George Washington Bridge in the span of about two hours late Wednesday night and early Thursday morning in connection with alleged attempts to evade tolls, authorities said.
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