Livingston High School Seniors Kick Off Final Weeks with Spirit Week and Senior Games

LIVINGSTON, NJ — In the days leading up to their final holiday weekend as Livingston High School (LHS) students, members of the Class of 2021 expressed their Lancers pride through Spirit Week events that culminated with the annual LHS Senior Games on Thursday night and a “Green Out” on Friday.

With proper COVID-19 protocols in place, Spirit Week provided seniors with an opportunity to gather safely as a class to kick off the beginning of the end of their high school careers.

“With the voting of our grade, we decided on appropriate themes throughout the week that included Pajama Day, Superhero Day, 80’s Day, Senior Games and Green Out,” said senior class officer Ronni Agmoni. “On Thursday, we had Senior Games, and that was a huge success. Many students came and participated. Hopefully, next time, we can have an even greater turn out.”

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Outdoor education continues at Camp Fort Hill

A Sturgis Public Schools tradition continues this spring, after being interrupted in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Last week and again this week, fifth-grade students went to Camp Fort Hill for a series on outdoor education

Pam Keeslar, a fifth-grade teacher who coordinates the camp along with fellow teacher Nathan Schwartz, said camp began for Sturgis students in 1978. She confirmed that with camp manager Dave Ludders and Mike Reed, a now-retired teacher who had launched the camp that year. 

According to Reed, fifth-graders initially attended camp for five days and four nights. More recently, camp was a three-day, two-night event. In 2021, an adjustment had to be made, said Mike Miller, principal at Eastwood Elementary. Pandemic restrictions prevented students from staying overnight, he said, and the camp was extended to five partial days. 

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