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Jennifer Donnelly, a high school science teacher at the Jose Marte Stem Academy, has been recognized as Hudson County’s Teacher of the Year by the New Jersey Department of Education. Photo Credit: Union City Board of Education By Al SullivanPublishedOctober 9, 2023 at 11:07 AMHUDSON COUNTY, NJ - Jennifer Donnelly, a high school science teacher at the Jose Marte Stem Academy in Union City, has been recognized as Hudson County’s Teacher of the ...
Jennifer Donnelly, a high school science teacher at the Jose Marte Stem Academy, has been recognized as Hudson County’s Teacher of the Year by the New Jersey Department of Education. Photo Credit: Union City Board of Education
By Al Sullivan
PublishedOctober 9, 2023 at 11:07 AM
HUDSON COUNTY, NJ - Jennifer Donnelly, a high school science teacher at the Jose Marte Stem Academy in Union City, has been recognized as Hudson County’s Teacher of the Year by the New Jersey Department of Education.
According to a resolution passed by the Hudson County Board of Commissioners, Donnelly is a devout educator whose integrity, professionalism and commitment greatly enhanced the quality of life of Hudson County residents.
Donnelly’s roots in Hudson County run deep, the resolution said, going back to her grandparents who immigrated to the United States during the late 1800s. Her family owned the Zampella’s Men’s Clothing store on Newark Ave in Jersey City and her great-uncle, Peter Zampella served as a Ward E Councilman in Jersey City during the mid-1970s.
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She found her niche as an educator in the natural sciences, obtaining a bachelor’s degree in Biochemistry from Chestnut Hill College and a degree in Biology from Caldwell College. She went on to work at Ortho Pharmaceuticals where she conducted clinical research for companies such as Johnson & Johnson. Her love for science drove her to pursue education, where she would truly make her mark.
Donnelly has spent nearly 29 years of service as a science teacher using her educational and unique experiences to influence the next generation of STEM leaders. She currently teaches various courses of study such as Scientific Research, Advanced Topics in Biology and Advanced Placement Biology where she peaks the interest of her students by developing their perspectives in the study of living organisms.
A leader in her field, the resolution added, Donnelly has trained her fellow peers in scientific research and expanded the Union City Summer Research program to grade levels ranging from kindergarten to twelve grade. Her unwavering dedication to her students has merited various accolades such as “Distinguished Educator” by the National Society of High School Scholars and a three-time SAGE teaching award recipient.
UNION CITY — The reigning North 1, Group 4 girls basketball champions made the clutch plays to defend their title.But due to a scorebook discrepancy, the headline from Monday’s sectional final might as well read: “Union City beats Eastside, 60-60.”Officially, the Soaring Eagles closed out a 60-59 victory that sent them into Wednesday’s Group 4 semifinal against North 2 champ Bayonne, tentatively scheduled to 4:30 p.m. at Bloomfield High School.However, with 55.6 seconds remain...
UNION CITY — The reigning North 1, Group 4 girls basketball champions made the clutch plays to defend their title.
But due to a scorebook discrepancy, the headline from Monday’s sectional final might as well read: “Union City beats Eastside, 60-60.”
Officially, the Soaring Eagles closed out a 60-59 victory that sent them into Wednesday’s Group 4 semifinal against North 2 champ Bayonne, tentatively scheduled to 4:30 p.m. at Bloomfield High School.
However, with 55.6 seconds remaining and Union City leading, 59-58, the scorer’s table notified referees that both home and away scorebooks showed the margin as 59-57. After a lengthy delay, the scoreboard was changed to reflect that, even though NorthJersey.com’s running tally also showed a 59-58 Soaring Eagles lead.
A postgame review of both books showed that, apparently, scorekeepers mistakenly omitted a basket by the Ghosts’ Symiaha Brown-Cobb with 12 seconds left in the third quarter – which Union City’s Jaida Guerra answered with a buzzer-beater at the other end.
Ergo, the scoreboard and NorthJersey.com tally had the home team up 42-40 after three, but it was 42-38 in both books.
“The explanation I got was that the score was correct in the book, and that we’d both scored 19 points in the fourth quarter,” Eastside coach Brandon Pilgrim said. “But our 19 points was [adding up to] 57, and their 19 points was [adding up to] 59.
“I didn’t want to argue it… it’s not worth me getting overly riled up to get a technical foul to put us in a worse position.”
Another apparent error led to both books being off by only 1 point instead of 2. Eastside’s Ron’Shanae Austin sank a baseline jumper inside the arc with 1:56 to go and ostensibly was given credit for a 3-pointer.
The controversy marred the ending to a phenomenal game that featured six lead changes in the fourth quarter. Union City (21-6) made 11-of-13 free throws in the final period, and Guerra made two of her game-high seven steals in the closing minutes.
Eastside (24-6), meanwhile, made its first 17 foul shots and missed only its final attempt with 2:05 to play.
“It was a terrible ending to a great game,” Union City coach Carlos Cueto said. “Both teams played great.”
With the scoreboard showing Eastside ahead, 58-56, Soaring Eagles forward Jaylyn Orefice drove the lane for a layup and was fouled with 1:49 left. She made the free throw to finish a perfect 10-for-10 at the line and give Union City its 59-58 lead – which was altered less than a minute later.
“In big games, even last year when she was only a sophomore, we got on her back,” Cueto said of Orefice. “She makes winning plays, whether it’s a rebound, whether it’s an assist, or whether it’s a layup.”
Guerra made 1-of-2 free throws with 27.5 seconds remaining for a supposed 60-57 lead.
Brown-Cobb took an easy layup with six seconds left to cut it to 1, but after a Union City time out with 1.6 on the clock (to avoid a five-second penalty), time ran out before the Ghosts could foul.
► According to NorthJersey.com numbers, Brown-Cobb finished with 17 points, 7 rebounds, 5 steals and 4 assists while making 5-of-5 free throws.
► Austin (12 points, 8 rebounds) went 6-for-6 at the line, while Ghosts guard Nevaeh Banks (14 points) made 3 threes, plus all 3 free throws after being fouled behind the arc.
► Orefice totaled 22 points, 5 rebounds, 2 assists and 2 steals.
“I feel bad for my seniors; it’s a terrible way for them to go out, after they played their hearts out. It hurts.” —Pilgrim
A house in Union City that sold for $725,000 tops the list of the most expensive residential real estate sales in Union City area in the past week.In total, nine residential real estate sales were recorded in the area during the past week, with an average price of $533,667. The average price per square foot was $316.The prices in the list below concern real estate sales where the title was recorded during the week of Sep. 18 even if the property may have been sold earlier.8. $245,000, condominium at 500 Central Ave....
A house in Union City that sold for $725,000 tops the list of the most expensive residential real estate sales in Union City area in the past week.
In total, nine residential real estate sales were recorded in the area during the past week, with an average price of $533,667. The average price per square foot was $316.
The prices in the list below concern real estate sales where the title was recorded during the week of Sep. 18 even if the property may have been sold earlier.
The 567 square-foot condominium at 500 Central Ave., Union City, has been sold. The transfer of ownership was settled in July and the total purchase price was $245,000, $432 per square foot. The condominium was built in 1925. The deal was finalized on July 5.
The property at 3315 Pleasant Ave. in Union City has new owners. The price was $315,000. The condominium was built in 1930 and has a living area of 735 square feet. The price per square foot is $429. The deal was finalized on July 5.
The sale of the single family residence at 918 21st Street in Union City has been finalized. The price was $482,000, and the new owners took over the house in July. The house was built in 1898 and has a living area of 1,270 square feet. The price per square foot was $380. The deal was finalized on July 10.
The property at 406 40th Street in Union City has new owners. The price was $545,000. The house was built in 1898 and has a living area of 2,028 square feet. The price per square foot is $269. The deal was finalized on July 14.
The 2,797 square-foot detached house at 618 15th Street in Union City has been sold. The transfer of ownership was settled in July and the total purchase price was $579,000, $207 per square foot. The house was built in 1898. The deal was finalized on July 6.
A sale has been finalized for the condominium at 512 Fourth Street in Union City. The price was $665,000 and the new owners took over the condominium in July. The condo was built in 2020 and the living area totals 1,256 square feet. The price per square foot ended up at $529. The deal was finalized on July 13.
The sale of the single-family home at 150 19th Street, Union City, has been finalized. The price was $667,000, and the new owners took over the house in July. The house was built in 1910 and has a living area of 1,122 square feet. The price per square foot was $594. The deal was finalized on July 12.
The 3,586 square-foot single-family home at 114 37th Street in Union City has been sold. The transfer of ownership was settled in July and the total purchase price was $725,000, $202 per square foot. The house was built in 1966. The deal was finalized on July 13.
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