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December 2, 2022

BOE NEWS

 

New Leadership Profile for the Superintendent Search

 

At our last meeting, Dr. Monica Browne from HYA & Associates gave an update on the feedback received via the various stakeholder input sessions held during the engagement phase of the Superintendent Search. The leadership profile and desired characteristics document created using this information can be found on the BOE page of the district website under the Public Information tab or by clicking here.

 

We hope you will consider attending our next public meeting on Wednesday, December 14th at 7:30pm in the BHS Media Center.

The Bernards Choirs are ready to spread some JOY with their annual Winter Concert this Thursday at 7pm in the Bernards High School Performing Arts Center. Hear holiday and other festive selections as well as a diverse repertoire from other parts of the world. You can also hear some of your favorite carols performed by the Madrigals in the PAC Lobby starting at 6:30pm before the performance. A suggested donation is being collected at the door in order to help our students by defraying costs of our spring tour to Nashville, TN. Suggested donation is $8/adults, $5/students & seniors, $20/family. ALL ARE WELCOME!

Come caroling with us! 🎄 Visit MusicSH.org/chorus to learn more and sign up for one or both dates: Saturday, December 3 in Bernardsville, NJ and Friday, December 9 in Basking Ridge, NJ. There is no cost to join us and anyone age 10 and up is welcome, regardless of singing background!

Register here

12/11/2022 Sundays at Three Concert: The Navesink Brass Quintet

We hope to see you at The Navesink Brass Quintet performance. Free Concert sponsored by the Friends of Bernardsville Library. Happening at the library on 12/11 at 3:00 PM.

Kids Holiday Dance Remix

Kids Holiday Dance Remix on December 11th, Noon-4pm for children ages 5-9 yrs

 

Dance into the holidays with Dance Local and Leah Horowitz!

 

Children learn short dances in a variety of styles - imagine hip hop candy canes, modern marching toy soldiers, and balletic twinkling lights that combine together to create a mini holiday performance.

 

Parents drop off at noon and return at 4 pm for the showing - family and friends are also welcome. The afternoon ends with a reception including holiday treats!

 

Each registrant also receives pizza lunch and a pair of holiday socks. Registration Open: https://www.dancelocalnj.com/classes-events-calendar

Pop Up Holiday Sale at The Center for Contemporary Art

Click here for application



The New Jersey Division on Civil Rights (DCR) seeks highly motivated individuals with a passion for protecting civil rights, to participate in its Spring 2023 internship program. The internships will last a minimum of eight weeks with an estimated and flexible start date of, on or around, January 17, 2023.

 

 

DCR Education and Training Unit (ETU) Spring Internship

 

This internship will offer experience to students interested in supporting a growing state-wide civil rights agency and gaining an experience in education and training. DCR is the division in the New Jersey Attorney General’s Office that is responsible for combating discrimination and addressing hate and prejudice in New Jersey. DCR enforces New Jersey’s Law Against Discrimination (LAD), the oldest state civil rights statute in the country. It does so by investigating civil rights complaints and bringing appropriate enforcement actions and raises the profile of important civil rights issues. It also supports the LAD through prevention of bias by providing high-quality trainings to the public.

 

CLICK HERE TO APPLY

 

DCR Housing Investigator Spring Internship

 

This internship offers experience to students interested in learning about DCR’s Housing Unit work and enforcement of the New Jersey Law Against Discrimination in housing to protect the people of New Jersey from discrimination and bias-based harassment in housing. Investigators in this unit investigate complaints in a through and objective manner, including by reviewing relevant documents, interviewing witnesses and gathering evidence to determine whether there is probable cause to believe that the LAD has been violated. The intern will report to an investigator in the Housing Unit and assist in these investigations.  

 

CLICK HERE TO APPLY

 

DCR Community Relations Unit (CRU) Spring Internship

 

This internship will offer experience to students interested in supporting a growing statewide civil rights agency and gaining an experience in public outreach and community engagement. DCR is the division in the New Jersey Attorney General’s Office that is responsible for combating discrimination and addressing hate and prejudice in New Jersey. DCR enforces New Jersey’s Law Against Discrimination (LAD), the oldest state civil rights statute in the country. The Community Relations Unit seeks to prevent acts of discrimination and bias-based harassment through education and community engagement and to work directly with impacted communities after civil rights incidents occur. Racial justice, youth anti-bias, and health equity are examples of key program areas. 

 

CLICK HERE TO APPLY

 

DCR Investigations Spring Internship

 

The employment investigations intern will work as part of a team to investigate claims brought under the LAD and New Jersey Family Leave Act (FLA). The housing investigations intern will work as part of a team to investigate claims brought under the LAD and Fair Chance in Housing Act (FCHA). The investigations interns will (1) shadow party and witness interviews by investigators and summarize interviews; (2) review case files, including submissions by the parties, to ascertain issues and help formulate the investigation plan regarding allegations of discrimination, harassment, and/or retaliation; (3) enter relevant information into DCR’s online case management system, NJBIAS; (4) assist in drafting the factual analysis of findings of probable cause and finds of no probable cause; and (5) complete other investigative tasks as needed

 

CLICK HERE TO APPLY

 

To view more employment opportunities with Department of Law & Public Safety , click here.

 

12/16/2022 Host an exchange student

Toby who is an exchange student at Bernards High School is leaving in January from our non-profit organization ISE. We would love to see another exchange student be welcomed into Bernards. They would need to be placed by January 27, 2023.


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