MOrristown High School
Morristown High School is a comprehensive, four-year secondary school that serves an ethnically and socially diverse student population of 1491 students. A microcosm of the new millennium, Morristown High School is rich in economic, racial, and cultural diversity. Some families have been in the district for generations, while others have only recently immigrated to the United States.
(excerpt from MHS website)
FRELINGHUYSEN MIDDLE SCHOOL
Twenty-first-century learning at Frelinghuysen Middle School means that students master content while producing, synthesizing, and evaluating information from a wide variety of subjects and sources with an understanding of and respect for diverse cultures. Students demonstrate the three Rs, but also the three Cs: creativity, communication, and collaboration using technology as a tool to further these skills. They demonstrate digital literacy as well as civic responsibility. Virtual tools and open-source software create borderless learning territories for students of all ages, anytime and anywhere.
“How Do You Define 21st Century Learning?”
Education Week Teacher Professional Development Sourcebook
October 12, 2010