Collier Middle School 4-H Club Shines at Fair

Collier Middle School’s Animal Lovers and 4-H Club won a blue ribbon at the Monmouth County Fair for greatest member participation. Under the leadership of Science teacher Linda Librizzi, students brought the school’s rabbits, ferrets, chicks, and other animals to the fair along with student exhibits about their furry friends, and were a huge attraction among fair attendees!

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Collier Golf Classic

Please join us for the 2014 Collier Golf Classic on October 6, 2014.  This, our 20th Anniversary of the event, is certain to be the biggest and best event yet!

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registration and sponsorship opportunities. 



Halloween Night Hike Tickets go on sale September 2

Enjoy special early bird pricing on your Irish Jack tickets by purchasing before October 15.

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Group Home Engages Girls with Sanctuary Activities

As Collier Group Home continues on their journey in adopting the Sanctuary Model Framework, the staff and residents are busy brainstorming new ideas of how to evolve the program and service delivery to our young women. On July 15th the residents of the Group Home participated in a World Café. The girls began with a short meditation and then learned more about our Sanctuary Seven Commitments: Nonviolence, Emotional Intelligence, Social Learning, Democracy, Social Responsibility, Open Communication and Growth and Change.

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CHS Spotlight - Ryan Birmingham -- 1999-2001

"Everyone is so accepting, and everyone makes you feel comfortable," said Ryan Birmingham. "Whatever you were into ‘worked’ at Collier." Ryan attended Collier during his sophomore and junior years before returning to his home district for senior year and graduation. A self-described "preppy jock," Ryan said that he had stayed within his own clique in public school and did not give others a chance. "I was very judgmental [when I came], but that all changed at Collier…It changed me because it was the norm for everyone to interact there."

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