In an effort to keep the community informed I decided to craft this letter. It is a well-known fact that bullying impacts everyone, even those who aren’t being bullied directly. Families have been torn apart, communities have been shattered, lives have been negatively impacted – and all because of bullying. Not all incidents of bullying…
Teague talks special education with Paterson’s special ed chief
I recently had the pleasure of meeting with Ms. Cheryl Coy, chief of special education. During our meeting we discussed a plethora of issues including one day changing the designation of the district’s special education program to “Exceptional Learners” program.
Thank you, Paterson
It took me a few days to actually begin to process what took place on Election Day. First of all, I want to thank the Lord for giving us the courage to get in this race again. Secondly, I am completely overwhelmed by the outpouring of love and support from the Paterson community.
Corey Teague: Why I am running this year
I wish to make clear the reasons why I decided to run again for a seat on the Paterson school board.
Teague defends Paterson councilman Jackson
It is true, we don’t need racially motivated slurs or speeches in this city. But let’s dig deeper into this issue. Ask yourselves this question, would councilman Michael Jackson be so fiercely targeted if he had been backing a certain agenda?
We appreciate our teachers
As we prepare for a new school year, I want to take the time to personally thank each and every teacher in our school district.
Paterson council can do more in the Jameek Lowery case
I wish to address a hot button topic that has gripped the heart of community. Just to refresh the readers, during a recent city council workshop, we all gathered in the council chambers to find out if there were any new developments in Jameek Lowery’s case. We were informed by council president Maritza Davila that…