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Negotiations continue as students unable to get letters of recommendation from teachers.
High school releases names of students who received honors for the first marking period.
All borough schools will have an early dismissal on Tuesday.
BOE hires engineer/architect to assess damage from Sandy.
Youth football league to share facilities with high school teams.
Students will attend school an extra week in June, and on MLK and Presidents Day to make up lost school days.
Two districts are among 14 in the county that is getting reimbursed.
Job action means letters of recommendation are not written, students claim.
New panel to improve high school will meet on Dec. 3.
District faces making up two weeks of classes.
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