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Superintendent’s Message – September 2016 

 

This is an exciting time of year for all of us!  The planning and preparation, the anticipation of what the school year will bring and the expectations we have for our students as well as our staff are what makes the start of a new school year remarkable.

  

I encourage you to work collaboratively and communicate regularly in an effort to inspire our students to do their very best. Parents, take time to listen, encourage and teach your children the value of education.  You are your child’s biggest advocate. Together we can develop a true love of learning in every student. I am extremely proud of the direction our district is going in, as we are on the forefront with our technology, curriculum, and programs for our students.  


Over the next few months you will be receiving information about our upcoming referendum concerning the facility needs of our district, and the impact those needs have on the health and safety of our students.  Our district is in the process of finalizing an efficient and economical solution to our facility needs that will benefit the students and the community as a whole.  We believe “Quality Education is a Community Commitment” and I encourage everyone to vote on December 13.  


Best wishes to all of you and have a wonderful school year!!!!


Sincerely,

George J. Chidiac

Superintendent

 
Early Dismissal for Students:
September 6, 2016
September 7, 2016
September 8, 2016
September 9, 2016

Back to School Nights:

 
 Oxycocus September 28, 2016 @6pm
 Primary Learning Center September 27, 2016 @6pm
 Ocean Acres September 19, 2016 @6pm
 McKinley September 21, 2016 @6pm
 Intermediate  September 13, 2016 @6pm


Welcome Back - 2016-2017 School Year
 

Teacher of the Year Nomination Form

 
All forms must be received on or before 3:00 on Friday, October 14th. Click the link below for the form.
 
 
 
 
Click the link below to learn more about our new language arts program that will be implemented with the start of the 2016-2017 school year; Schoolwide Fundamentals. Click here for more details.
NJ's 3rd Congressional District Reading Challenge
 
The deadline for this Reading Challenge is March 17, 2017. It was Congressman MacArthur’s way to encourage students in New Jersey’s 3rd Congressional District to read in their free time.  This reading challenge is open to all students in grades K-6th and can be found through his website at: www.MacArthur.House.Gov.  Once completed the student will receive a letter and Congressional Certificate from Congressman MacArthur. 
For safety purposes, we encourage parents to not pick up their child(ren) a half hour before dismissal unless it is for an emergency only.  We encourage you to utilize our bus transportation.
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