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This Week in Chester History…

In 1961, the West Morris Regional Board of Education voted to lease from a house across from the school from E.B. Berlinrut. The rent would be $225 per month. The planned use for the building was administrative offices and an office for the school psychologist.


This Week in Chester History…

In 1960, the Chester Board of Education resolved to oppose a state statute change that would send twice-defeated school budgets directly to the Commissioner of Education for approval, rather than to the local municipal government. According to the Observer-Tribune, the Board objected to removing of local school issues to the state level.