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LTPS projected to serve nearly 500 new preschoolers by the end of five-year rollout
The following educators have been acknowledged for the Governor's Educator of the Year program from Lawrence Township Public Schools. This celebratory program recognizes New Jersey's best teachers and educational services professionals and highlights educational innovation, student achievement, exemplary teaching, and important services outside the classroom environment that yield student success.
Many of us have a memory of that one staff member who made a positive impact on us that we'll never forget. This week we celebrate our staff during "American Education Week." Always observed during the first full week before Thanksgiving, American Education Week began in 1921 with the goal to generate public awareness and support for education because of concerns over illiteracy. During this school year, we will continue to share your stories with our staff to acknowledge and appreciate the value and lasting impact they have on our students and families and to remind them that it really can "start with one." Please have your student fill out this form, or fill it out with them. It does not matter if the staff member is still employed or retired many years ago; it is the story that matters. You can include your name or stay anonymous if you choose. The staff member will remain anonymous.