Board of Education opposes pension liability

While the Board supports curtailing taxpayer costs, it does not want to bear “financial burden” of state pension and health benefit funds.

Council kids

Council gives ‘youth an official voice in government’ with new Youth Advisory Committee

Community Park Elementary School celebrates Seuss and Read Across America Day

On Dr. Seuss’s Birthday, March 5, the students and staff of CP enjoyed a day of Seuss-ified activities and reading together outside of class.

A shimmer of light remains after Spirit of Princeton ‘suspends’ fireworks

Spirit of Princeton Vice Chair approached by several people with fundraising ideas to reignite July 4 fireworks

Here’s what’s happening at Princeton Pi Day

Celebrate Albert Einstein’s Birthday next week at Princeton Pi Day. Here’s the schedule of events to plan your to-do’s!

Exclusive Q&A with Riverside Elementary’s world-famous lizard

The Sun sits down with Green Fruit Loop for the scoop on his life story.

Looking forward to Pi

Princeton Pi Day creator Mimi Omiecinski praises all things Pi.

Captain Dismissal exits too soon

Bill Cirullo, loved principal at Riverside Elementary School, was an out-of-the-box inspiration and father figure with an alter ego. Friends and “Riverside family” honor him with remarks.

Superintendent’s Column: ‘Turning the Tide’ in the Princeton Public Schools

Princeton Public Schools Superintendent Steve Cochrane discusses breaking the mold in academia in his February column for the Princeton Sun.

Superintendent mourns recent passing of Principal Bill Cirullo

Princeton Public Schools Superintendent Steve Cochrane celebrates the memory of Principal Bill Cirullo who passed Feb. 15.