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Please be advised
the Thursday, June 26, 2014 Monroe Township
Board of Education Meeting
has been changed to
Monday, June 30, 2014
due to the changes to our district calendar.

It is our pleasure to share with you the names of the
2013 – 2014 Teacher of the Year Recipients.
The excellence in education displayed by each of these phenomenal educators has led to their selection of this special recognition.

Frederick Powell, Jr. – Williamstown High School
Christine Neri – Williamstown Middle School
Ellen Swirsky – Holly Glen Elementary School
Bradley McQuillan – Oak Knoll Elementary School
Sandra Fiorentino – Radix Elementary School
Kristin Burns – Whitehall Elementary School

Congratulations to each of the recipients.
Charles M. Earling, Superintendent
David S. Sullivan, Director of Plant Operations

3 on 3
Memorial Basketball Tournament

In Memory of Michael James Dobleman

Saturday, May 10, 2014


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Heel The Burn
5th Annual 5K Run/ 1M Walk

Saturday, June 7, 2014

egg hunt

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Healthy Eating

Please read our School Nutrition and Wellness Policy


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A Message from the Superintendent:

Regarding NCLB

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A Message from the New Jersey Department of Education

Regarding Human Trafficking

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Homeless (McKinney-Vento) Program

The McKinney-Vento Program is designed to minimize the impact of homelessness on children's education. A number of situation qualify as "homeless" under McKinney-Vento definitions, some of which might not be obvious to persons experiencing homelessness. You or someone you care about may be considered homeless under the terms of the McKinney-Vento Act.

    Qualifying conditions can include living:
  • in a shelter
  • with more than one family in a house or apartment
  • in a motel, car or campsite
  • with friends or family members (other than parent/guardian)
  • Children who are determined to be living in a homeless situation receive different kinds of help. For example, children living in a homeless situation can: register without undue delay despite missing some otherwise required paperwork receive free breakfast and lunch If you are living in a situation where you have recently lost your home, you should call your district's homeless liaison.
    Contact Alex Nonnemacher, Homeless Liaison, at 856.728-3945 ext. 5514 for more information. Residency Questionnaire (pdf download)


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