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Vol. LXI, No. 35
Wednesday, August 29, 2007
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CAN THIS BE THE OLD AUDITORIUM?: When Princeton High School students return for the first day of classes on Thursday, September 6, they will find that much has changed during the summer months. Besides the completion of classrooms and office spaces and an end to the construction that has dominated the last four years, the school's old auditorium has been transformed into a state-of-the-art library/media center.

Stanford Researcher to Share Latest Psychology With PRS Teachers

Linda Arntzenius

As students prepare to start school next week, Princeton Regional School's teaching staff will attend a convocation designed to get rid of rigid thinking and promote strategies for success.

Carol S. Dweck, a leading researcher in the field of student motivation, will share her research with district personnel at the high school on Tuesday, September 4.

Proposed Borough Shuttle Has Funding, but Vehicle Delay Keeps Project From Rolling

Matthew Hersh

A proposed commuter shuttle that would loop around key points throughout the Borough and drop off passengers at New Jersey Transit's Dinky station will likely go into effect sometime in mid-2008, Borough officials say, putting the project about a year behind schedule.

Princeton Young Achievers Poised to Tackle Digital Literacy Divide

Linda Arntzenius

Thanks to a Computer Literacy Grant from the Concordia Foundation, Princeton Young Achievers will be able to install 20 computers donated by the Girl Scouts of Montgomery into its three after-school centers: the Hank Pannell Learning Center on Witherspoon Street, and Learning Centers at Princeton Community Village and Redding Circle.

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