Why Nail Tech Schools are Closed in NJ

Nail tech schools are closed in New Jersey.

The schools were built by the American Society of Plastics Manufacturing in the 1970s.

In recent years, the schools have closed, the NJ Department of Education said in a statement.

The schools closed due to lack of funding.

“The Department is unable to meet the needs of the current students,” the statement said.

“The school is currently operating as a temporary facility.

The Department will continue to monitor the situation as it develops.”

The schools in New Brunswick, Middlesex, Essex, Camden, Ocean County, Ocean, Union, Somerset and West Orange were originally built in 1970 and closed in the 1980s.

Skyline High School students rally to save skyline high from flooding

BROCKTON, N.J. (AP) A group of Skyline high School students and school staff have rallied around their school amid rising water levels in their backyard.

The school was evacuated Sunday afternoon after a flood caused flooding in a nearby park, and the school is now under a boil water advisory, according to the school district.

The students and staff gathered on the roof of the school for about an hour Sunday, as they prayed for the safety of the students and their teachers, who were evacuated in a separate evacuation.

The skyline community has been hit hard by the flooding that hit the region Sunday night, with more than 100 homes flooded, according and many residents in the area without power.