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South Brunswick Board Of Education Profile: Arthur Robinson

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SOUTH BRUNSWICK, NJ – Arthur L. Robinson, loves collecting rare books and textbooks to build his personal library. A current member of the South Brunswick Board of Education, Robinson says that the court’s decision to add more housing to the district could eventually strain school resources. But he hopes to tackle this problem through experience and leadership skills and lead the district toward achieving its academic goals.

Read below to learn more about Robinson and his platform for the upcoming elections in South Brunswick.

Name – Arthur L. Robinson

Age (as of Election Day) – 63

Position Sought – South Brunswick School Board Member

Does anyone in your family work in politics or government? – No

Education –

Master’s in Environmental Policy Studies, NJIT

Bachelor’s in Chemical Engineering, North Carolina State University

Professional diploma, Wharton Management Program, UPENN

Professional diploma, Naval Command and Staff Program, U.S. Naval War College

Certified Public Manager, Rutgers University and the state of New Jersey Civil Service Commission

Occupation –

Manager, state of New Jersey, Department of Environmental Protection and formerly as a Chemical Safety Engineer, 16 years.

Retired U.S. Navy Commander, 22 years

Previous or Current Elected or Appointed Office

South Brunswick Board of Education member since 2008, presently serving as vice-President and chair of the Policy Committee; previously served as Budget Committee Chair.

Served on the Negotiations Committee.

Former member of the South Brunswick Township Planning Board.

Why are you seeking elective office?

I’m seeking reelection to the South Brunswick School Board to continue providing leadership and continuity of board operations as a part of the policy-making body during these tough times fighting the COVID-19 Pandemic and to continue ensuring that the district receives its economic fair share of resources from the state. I will continue to work steadfast with my fellow

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Tri-C Brunswick University Center hosts Triceratops Tuesday enrollment event

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BRUNSWICK, Ohio — Cuyahoga Community College will extend hours during a special enrollment event Oct. 13 at the Brunswick University Center to help students register for an upcoming eight-week session of fall classes.

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Triceratops Tuesday will take place from 10 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. Oct. 13 at the center at 3605 Center Road in Brunswick. The sessions offer opportunities to meet with academic counselors and visit enrollment and financial aid offices to solidify a class schedule. Campus bookstores also will be open.

Fall semester’s second eight-week session begins Oct. 19.

Other Tri-C locations hosting Triceratops Tuesday include the Eastern Campus, 4250 Richmond Road in Highland Hills, Metropolitan Campus, 2900 Community College Ave. in Cleveland; Western Campus, 11000 Pleasant Valley Road in Parma and Westshore Campus, 31001 Clemens Road in Westlake

Visit tri-c.edu/triceratopstuesday or call 216-987-6000 for more information.

Can’t make it to campus? Take advantage of Tri-C’s virtual services to enroll or get answers to your questions. Visit tri-c.edu/livechat to start a conversation.

Hofstra University: Elena Schorr of Medina graduated from Hofstra University in spring 2020, earning a Master of Science in Sports Science.

Baldwin Wallace University: Students from our area were among nearly 600 first-year students welcomed to the Baldwin Wallace University campus this fall who earned more than $10.2 million in scholarships for their outstanding high school achievements. The following local students earned scholarships:

From the Medina area: Tara Adams, a graduate of Cloverleaf Senior High School majoring in communication sciences and disorders, earned a $17,000 Dean’s Scholarship; Emily Bachman, a graduate of Mother of Divine Grace School, earned a $17,000 Dean’s Scholarship; Dom Calabrese, a graduate of Buckeye Senior High School majoring in biology, earned a $17,000 Dean’s Scholarship; Jacob Doerge, a graduate of Buckeye Senior High School majoring in computer science, earned a $21,000

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South Brunswick Board Of Education Profile: Mike Mitchell

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SOUTH BRUNSWICK, NJ – South Brunswick resident Mike Mitchell has been an educator for the past 23 years. His experience has taught him to identify the educational gaps that exist in schools. Mitchell hopes to close this gap through dialogue and innovative ideas.

This election, Mitchell is running for a seat on the Board of Education. His platform is one of cooperation and communication. But most importantly, he hopes to put students first.

Read below to learn more about Mitchell and his platform for the upcoming elections in South Brunswick.

Name – Mike Mitchell

Age (as of Election Day) – 50

Position Sought – Board of Education member

Does anyone in your family work in politics or government? – No

Education – Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, University of South Carolina

Occupation – Paraeducator for 23 years

Previous or Current Elected or Appointed Office – No

Campaign website – https://m.facebook.com/Raja.Smitha.Mike/posts

Why are you seeking elective office?

I am seeking elective office because we need newer Board of Education members with strong educational backgrounds.

The single most pressing issue facing our community is _______, and this is what I intend to do about it.

The single most pressing issue facing our community now is the current health crisis brought on by COVID-19 earlier this year. The best thing I could do as Board member is to support our central administration as they continue to guide our district through this situation. There are really no right or wrong answers other than to be on top of what the CDC publishes daily and what comes down from the Governor’s office. Acting accordingly based on that data. Understanding district needs.

What are the critical differences between you and the other candidates seeking this post?

There are not many critical differences between me and