Ribbon Cutting at new George Washington School

By Douglas E. Hall

While the new George Washington School opened for the new school year earlier this month the Pre-K to Grade One School got an official ribbon-cutting opening on Thursday, Sept. 27 in ceremonies that took place shortly before the Board of Education convened in the new school for the first time.  Cutting the ribbon from left are Board of Education member Stephen Gross, Patricia Dalton and Irene Pymm.  There were numerous speakers at the event, which took place outside in front of the new school at its Undercliff Avenue entrance.  With Superintendant of Schools Dr. Lorraine Cella presiding, the ceremonies included remarks from County Executive Kathleen A. Donovan, Mayor James F. Delaney, Board of Education President Thomas Quinton, consultant to the Board of Education in the construction August Rotino, who is the retired Leonia Superintendant of Schools; also architect Jerry Rubino and former Superintendant Dr. Ted I. Blumstein. (Photo by Lynne M. Grasz Hall)

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