Week in Review: Pastor Installed, School Report Cards Released, FLHS Repeats as Volleyball State Champs
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Monday, June 4
Fair Lawn police detective David Boone was installed Sunday as the new senior pastor at Van Riper Ellis Broadway Baptist Church.
Tuesday, June 5
This year's annual state School Report Card finds that Fair Lawn School District has had fewer administrators per student than the New Jersey average for at least the past three years.
High School faculty members ran through fire, swam through ice and wriggled under barbed wire to conquer grueling special forces obstacle course.
Wednesday, June 6
The high school musical, "Nine," directed by John Giresi, had been up for 12 Metropolitan Awards and two Paper Mill Playhouse Rising Star Awards.
Thursday, June 7
Fair Lawn’s daily instructional time trails the state average at the middle school and elementary school level. In contrast to the amount of instructional time offered at the elementary level, high school students receive almost one-and-a-half more hours of instruction daily than their state peers.
Residents Mark Spindel, Vladimir Itkin and Jeffrey Klein have filed to challenge Board of Education incumbents Eugene Banta, Ron Barbarulo and Joshua Gillenson in this November's Board of Education election.
The underdog Cutters upended top seed Southern in three sets Thursday to repeat as boys volleyball state champions.
Friday, June 8
Great Clips, the world's largest hair salon brand, opened a franchise in Fair Lawn in late May. The store held its grand opening Friday afternoon.