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METS alum profile: Joseph Holmes, 2016 graduate

METS alum profile: Joseph Holmes, 2016 graduate

December 11, 2017

Joseph Holmes will soon become the first METS Charter School graduate to go into the police academy, after ...

METS alumnus profile: Michael Sweeney, 2015 graduate

METS alumnus profile: Michael Sweeney, 2015 graduate

November 27, 2017

Michael Sweeney is a 2015 METS Charter School graduate, one of the first students to graduate from M...

METS Teacher of the Month, October: Mr. Moser

METS Teacher of the Month, October: Mr. Moser

November 23, 2017

Every month, METS Charter teachers in Jersey City vote for the Teacher of the Month. It's a special award,...

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Movie review: Thor is a blast the third time around

DEAN DELEON, Entertainment Writer

November 27, 2017No Comments

It’s crazy to see how far these Marvel movies have gone. Nine years and 17 films later, we’ve gotten to the THIRD Thor movie, Ragnarok. When these Marvel movies started in 2008, nobody ever though...

Breaking down Riverdale: Dark Betty, Jughead, and the redhead get nasty! (POLL)

Breaking down Riverdale: Dark Betty, Jughead, and the redhead get nasty! (POLL)

November 19, 2017

Halloween: Massive PHOTO GALLERY

Halloween: Massive PHOTO GALLERY

November 10, 2017

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Yearbook Contest winner: GABRIEL RIVERA gets the cover!

Mr. Schmerler, Adviser
December 12, 2017

The Yearbook Club held a contest to determine which picture would run on the cover of the METS Charter School middle and high school yearbooks for 2017-18. After sorting through submissions, the Club advisers, Ms. Georges and Mr. Johanesson, picked a winner ... and it's Gabriel Rivera, a seventh-grader! Gabriel's drawing, shown above, will appear on both yearbook covers in 2018. Congratulations, ...

ROBOTS ready to take over METS Charter???

DANIEL SAN MIGUEL, Staff reporter
December 8, 2017

In the not-so-far future, robots will be citizens, doing simple, ordinary tasks. They will be here to help people, take care of them, and to teach them new lessons in a teaching role. Nowadays, robots are useful for medical purposes (surgery machines), for entertainment and learning (robots for kids that can easily be programmed), and even for looking to the sky for new adventures (drones). Furthe...

EXPLOSIVE projects set for 2017 METS Science Fair

YESSICA FANA, Staff reporter
December 8, 2017

Want to see something explode at METS? The 2017 Science Fair might be your best chance. The METS Charter School Science Fair will be held on Dec. 13 and 20, in the cafeteria. The high school science fair will be held on Dec. 13, followed by the middle school science fair on Dec. 20. Both will run from 3:30-5 p.m. Students have been preparing for the Science Fair for a month, putting together...

Keeping the beat for METS Charter School since 2017
Keeping the beat for METS Charter School since 2017