Students from the James Monroe Elementary School in Edison end school year at Middlesex County College

A long school year ends today for students from the James Monroe Elementary School in Edison. The school was destroyed by a devastating fire in

Students from James Monroe Elementary School in Edison

Students from James Monroe Elementary School in Edison ended their school year at the Middlesex County College.

EDISON - A long school year ends today for students from the James Monroe Elementary School in Edison.

The school was destroyed by a devastating fire in March. 

Since then, the more than 500 students and staff have been working from Middlesex County College.

The school's former head custodian was charged in the fire after investigators found he threw a cigarette into a trash can.

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