CQE Update for March

Happy Read Across America Day, the National Education Association’s celebration of Dr. Seuss’s birthday!

And today Citizens for Quality Education (CQE) held its 3rd and final Story Time event at Campbell School for this academic year. This morning, 26 readers (volunteer parents and invited community leaders) visited the 1st and 2nd grade classrooms to share a picture book or two with the students. CQE appreciates the opportunity to bring school and community together and the warm welcome from Campbell School principal, Mrs. Carter, her teachers and staff.  Many thanks to all who read, and especially to Shannon Osborne-Jones, whose leadership and enthusiasm, brought about another successful season of this longstanding program for CQE.

In other news, CQE will soon launch its annual Voter Registration Drive and Absentee Ballot Campaign. For 25 years, Citizens for Quality Education has worked to pass school budgets in Metuchen.  During the month of March, the organization runs both a Voter Registration Drive and an Absentee Ballot Campaign. CQE encourages all Metuchen citizens to vote in the School Board Elections, which will be held this year on Tuesday April 16.

Please see our Webpage “Important Dates,” under “BOE Elections” on the right sidebar  for important dates, information and forms to fill out to register to vote and to apply for an absentee ballot application.

Best regards,

The Officers of Citizens for Quality Education

CQE: Supporting school budgets that support strong academics for 25 years!

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