Saturday, April 20, 2013
The Governor Livingston High School PTO is holding its inaugural Taste of the Towns event on Monday, April 29, at L’Affaire in Mountainside beginning at 7 p.m.
Saturday, April 20
The following information was provided by GLHS PTO. Calling all Foodies. The Governor Livingston High School PTO is holding its inaugural Taste of the Towns event on Monday, April 29, at L’Affaire in Mountainside beginning at 7 p.m. This culinary experience will feature some of the best local restaurants and caterers from Berkeley Heights and surrounding areas, each bringing a signature dish, dessert or beverage for you to enjoy. Try amazing culinary creations from Strega Italian Bistro, Mosaico, GrilleStone, Zappia’s, Negeen Persian Grill, Paolo’s Kitchen, Deena’s Delights, Feast Catering, Outback Steakhouse or Beyond Delicious. Pair that with beers and wines from Trap Rock Brewery and Stew Leonard’s Wines. Finish with desserts and …
Friday, January 18, 2013
Positive results of fundraiser matched by sports team victories.
Governor Livingston’s annual Fantastic Friday/Super Saturday event took place at Governor Livingston High School in Berkeley Heights. Sponsored by the Highlander Booster Club, the event proved to be one of its most successful ones ever, both on and off the playing court. There was something for everyone over the two day fun-filled experience - exciting sporting events, a thrilling magic show, the Highlander Market featuring team and club merchandise, and awesome basket raffles. In addition, attendees enjoyed Friday’s traditional pizza dinner and Saturday’s “Best Pancakes in Town” breakfast. Results of team match ups were also successful. The Highlander Wrestling Team won their match over Middlesex High School and all of the GL …
Tuesday, December 18, 2012
Score 17-10 for first regular season meet.
Tuesday, December 18, 2012
Governor Livingston fencers gave their new Head Fencing Coach, Tony Barbera, an early Christmas present: his first official win during its first regular season meet Thursday night against Millburn. The girls' team defeated Millburn 17-10, with the clinching bout going to epeeist Jacelyn Greenwald (2-1). Several of the returning girls' team members contributed two victories apiece before stepping aside to make room for newer players to show their stuff; Brittin Boenning and Michelle Drobish (sabre), Vivian Chu and Kara Fan (foil), and Emily Xu (epee) among them. Freshman foil fencer and legacy Allison Yang (sister of Cornell fencer Beverly Yang) chalked up her first career victory. The Millburn boys' team was recently named Star …
Thursday, December 6, 2012
Rough and tumble sport supported through sale of delicate, decorative plants.
While hockey and flowers might not be an obvious pair, this weekend the two are going hand in hand. The Governor Livingston ice hockey team has teamed up with Halls Garden Center for a poinsettia sale. Twenty percent of the sales from poinsettias sold at Hall's Garden Center purchased this Friday, Saturday and Sunday will go towards the Governor Livingston hockey team. Bring the attached flyer to have the sale go towards the team.
Monday, November 26, 2012
Student Andrew Savino took part in Thanksgiving parade in Philadelphia.
Friday, April 27, 2012
The board made a commitment of intent with Union County Improvement Authority on installing solar panels at two schools in Berkeley Heights.
Solar panels will be coming to two schools in Berkeley Heights after the Board of Education made a commitment of intent with Union County Improvement Authority during last night's meeting. Board Secretary Donna A. Felezzola brought this to the board's attention and said the Authority identified two schools in the district that they would like to put solar panels onto — Governor Livingston High School and William Woodruff Elementary School. “Union County Improvement Authority will put solar panels on our roofs because some of their projects fell through," Felezzola said. "This was through the connection that our engineer is also their engineer." But not all were convinced, as Board President John Sincaglia brought up some concerns with …
Saturday, March 10, 2012
Eight players, who went through the Junior Highlander pipeline, will graduate later this year.
Saturday, March 10, 2012
Eight seniors, who were freshman when Governor Livingston was ranked among the top twenty teams in the entire state, are now completing in their last hockey season at GL. They include captains Drew Bobcheck, Drew Miller, and Jake Niemela and seniors Jonah Butler, Pete Gorzelnik, Mike Mazzuca, Matt McAdam, and Andrew Mirabella. With more than one hundred students at many of the games, the contribution toward student pride in GL is truly appreciated by our community. As players move on, the Junior Highlander pipeline continues to provide development opportunities for our youth. The Junior Highlander pipeline facilitates and raises awareness of clinics, leagues, and coaches that bring future GL players together in developmental and fun …