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November 2017
East Side High School gets a well deserved update to the cafeteria.
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11/20/17
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November 2017
Ms. Sasha from Rutgers University- Newark, conducts the Pathways to Achievement and Success orientation.
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11/20/17
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November 2017
Early College Program seniors meet and greet with students with special needs for the East Side High School Buddy Program. The students will be paired together improve math and literacy skills.
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November 2017.
City of Newark Mayor Baraka speaks to East Side students
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November 2017
Rutgers University-Newark presents Pathways to Achievement and Success Program to 10th grade students. This exciting program offers students college readiness, art workshops SAT prep courses, Summer Programs and mentorship
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11/3/17
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October 2017
Administrators from Essex County College along with Vice Principal Mr. Donovan speak with bilingual students regarding the innovative Associates Degree in Liberal Arts Spanish option pilot program
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10/30/17
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October 2017
25 heads of school from Hangzhou, the capital of China’s Zhejiang province, visit East Side High School to tour school facilities and innovative classrooms.
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10/26/17
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October 2017
Mr. Jenkins from Cooperman Scholars program speaks to students about scholarship opportunities for college
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August 2017
East Side High School welcomed over 250 students to the STEP UP Program. The students were involved academic courses, team building activities, locker assignments and had ID pictures taken.
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10/19/17
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September 2017
Coordinators from Rutgers University-Newark Newest Americans program speak with students enrolled in the International Baccalaureate program
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