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The Week Ahead: High School Assessment Tests, Council Meeting, First Grade Registration

Here's a look at some of the events this week in Summit.

Summit Patch gives you a look at news and events in the week ahead. For more events, be sure to check our calendar and feel free to add your own by clicking here.

Monday

  • Zoning Board Meets for public hearing. Residents are looking for variances for four separate homes. Meeting takes place at 7:30p.m. at City Hall.

 

Tuesday

  • The High School Proficiency Assessments begin today through Thursday. 
  • Common Council meets at 7:30p.m. following a closed session meeting. Among the items on the public meeting agenda is a resolution to present the 2012 operating budget in the amount $47,160,970.86. A new police officer also will be sworn in.
  • Swimming team awards dinner will be held in the high school cafeteria at 6p.m.

 

Wednesday

  • First grade registration begins today through Friday. Contact. for more information, or call the  , 908-918-2100, X3102.

 

Thursday

 

  • holds a workshop meeting tonight in the library/media center at Summit High School at 7:30p.m. The 2012 Merit Scholars will present gift to teachers during a special presentation. 
  • continues its salon series with the presentation "The Duke & the Tiger". Here are the details (click here for free registration):

Introduced in 1917, "Tiger Rag" became a staple of the jazz repertoire for decades. In 1930 Duke Ellington subjected it to more than a dozen ingenious transformations, among them several masterpieces. Join eight-time Grammy-award-winning jazz historian Dan Morgenstern as he presents recorded highlights – spanning six decades – to shed light on Ellington’s genius, methodology and great band. 

 

Friday

  • PTO Executive Board meets today at 1p.m.
  • holds it's movie night tonight at 7:30p.m.

 

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