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CentraState Healthcare System & FRHSD Celebrates 10th Anniversary


   By Rebecca Morton - Posted on 18 January 2013

The CentraState Healthcare System and Freehold Regional High School District is celebrating the 10th anniversary of CentraState Healthcare and Freehold High School's Medical Sciences Learning Center collaboration.

 

"We value our partnership with the CentraState Healthcare System and are grateful for the opportunities generously given our Medical Sciences Learning Center students," shared Freehold High School Principal, Mrs. Linda Jewel. "The collaboration with CentraState is a unique extension of our Medical Sciences Learning Center program, affording our students meaningful experiences through the externship program and lecture series. It is truly a real life experience for our students who are considering careers in science, medicine, and other related health fields," Mrs. Jewel added.

 

CentraState Healthcare System President/CEO, John Gribbin and Board of Trustees Chairman, Dr. William Setaro, recently presented an award to Superintendent, Charles Sampson, Chief Academic Officer, Dr. Nicole Hazel, Freehold High School Principal, Mrs. Linda Jewel, and Ms. Maryanne Tomazic who is a member of the Freehold Regional Board of Education. Gribbin and Setaro presented the award at the CentraState Healthcare System Annual Meeting on Thursday, January 10, 2013.

 

"The FRHSD is honored to collaborate with CentraState in providing our students with a first class educational eperience rooted in real world application. Our partnership as evidenced by the distinguished NJSBA program award is a model in the state of New Jersey," shared Superintendent Sampson. Last October, the Medical Sciences Learning Center received the Exemplary Program designation, the highest honor of the New Jersey School Boards Association's (NJSBA) 26th Annual School Leader Award program. The NJSBA School Leader Award program recognizes creative public school programs across the state. Programs are judged on the degree of innovation and challenge, how well the program addresses a need, and evaluation strategies among other criteria. The Medical Sciences Learning Center received the special recognition during the NJSBA Atlantic City Convention on October 23, 2012.



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