Announcements

  • Click here to view the district's COVID-19 preparedness plan.

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  • 3/27/2020 Update:
     
    Based on the Governor's address yesterday afternoon, the decision to reopen schools in NJ will be re-evaluated on April 17th.  Please note that this does not mean that the schools will reopen on that date.
     

    If you have an incoming Kindergarten student for the 2020-2021 school year, please complete the online registration. Upon our return to the office, you will be contacted to discuss the necessary information for the residency verification and an appointment for the Kindergarten entrance screening.

    If you have a child/children who need to be enrolled for this current school year, please complete the online registration and email me to advise me of the pending registration and include your child/children’s name, date of birth, and grade level.

    mjudge@jefftwp.org

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  • 3/13/2020

    At this time, appointments to verify student residency are canceled until Monday, March 30th. Thank you.

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  • 3/6/2020 COVID-19 Update

    Jefferson Township Public Schools are collecting information in the event the coronavirus (COVID-19) impacts the Jefferson community. Please click the link below to complete this form to provide information for the district.

    https://forms.gle/a2Vdajd6Xr3dfG249

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  • CORONAVIRUS INFORMATION

    Dear Members of the Jefferson Township School Community:

    As cases of the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) continue to spread across the United States, I would like to share with you the plan Jefferson Township Public Schools currently has in place in the event the Coronavirus affects our school community.

    Should the virus affect Jefferson and schools are required to close, JTPS schools are positioned to offer distance learning options for students in grades K-12. At this time, the New Jersey Department of Education has not changed their stance on distance learning; they currently require all students to physically attend school for the day to count toward the 180-day requirement; however, we are ready to provide students with work and lessons to keep moving forward in our district curricula. Should school closings become necessary, parents will be notified through our Blackboard Alert system and information will be posted on the district webpage.

    The district is taking a proactive approach to COVID-19 by following the guidelines for school districts published by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The school nurses are meeting with the students to remind them of healthy habits: sneezing or coughing in their elbow, wash hands frequently for twenty seconds and keep hands away from their face and eyes. We ask that you reinforce these healthy habits at home and, if your child does become sick, please keep them home. Additionally, classrooms and busses are being deep cleaned with cleansers that can eliminate the virus.

    Should you have any questions regarding COVID-19, please visit the link below or reach out to your child’s school.

    https://www.nj.gov/health/cd/topics/ncov.shtml

    Jeanne Howe, Superintendent of Schools

     

     

     

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    2017-2018 HIB Self-Assessment

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  • 2019 Music Award

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  • School Security Presentation

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  • Jefferson School District Performance Report 

    Summary Report Guide

    Every Student Succeeds Act

    - School Perform. Report Survey

    PARCC Results: Spring 2018


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  • New!  Information about our 1-to-1 laptop program.  Click here for details.  

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  • Click here for information about our new on-line cafeteria payment tool

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