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Vol. LXIII, No. 6
 
Wednesday, February 11, 2009
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SHARING IDEAS: PJS Headmaster Pete Rapelye and Student Council members talk with students assembled in the school’s commons area. Built in 1998, the “schoolhouse” was constructed to reflect the school’s experiential philosophy of education. Cofounder Juliana McIntyre describes PJS’s educational philosophy as “spiral learning,”and the school’s emblem is the chambered nautilus shell.

Princeton Junior School Celebrates Twenty-five Years of Creative Teaching

Ellen Gilbert

“I thought we’d last a year,” recalled Princeton Junior School (PJS) cofounder Juliana McIntyre recently as she described the church-basement beginnings of the now-flourishing school that is celebrating its 25th anniversary. “The children wanted to stay, so we kept adding.”

Coming to Camillo’s and Channel 30, Planet Café Invites Diverse Points of View

Ellen Gilbert

“Planet Café,” described by facilitator Ann Gazzard as “a philosophical community café,” is coming to Princeton. Beginning February 23, and following on the last Monday of each month, the group will meet at Camillo’s Café in the Princeton Shopping Center from 7:30 to 9 p.m.

Township Supplements Rutgers Agreement; Approves Stony Brook Bridge Improvement

Ellen Gilbert

Princeton Township Committee approved a supplement to its 2007 agreement with Rutgers University’s New Jersey Sustainable State Institute (NJSSI) for the creation of a Strategic Sustainable Community Master Plan for the Princeton community. The $15,000 supplement is in addition to the original $20,000 appropriated for the project. Those funds, and the additional $15,000, are being made available through a grant from the Municipal Land Use Center at The College of New Jersey.

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