Education

Students Head Out for First Day of the Year in Bridgewater-Raritan Regional School District

Addison is ready for her first day of 4th grade at John F. Kennedy Primary.
Juniors Molly, Samantha and Drew, sophomore James and freshman Kaleigh are ready for their first day at Bridgewater-Raritan High School.
Joshua Jara is off to his first day of third grade at Bradley Gardens Primary School.
Advait Dambe is ready for his first day of second grade.
Elisa Tarbell is ready for her first day as a freshman at Bridgewater-Raritan High School.
First day at Adamsville Primary School
Richard Kulik, Natalie Kulik and Carina Pizarro are heading to Eisenhower Intermediate.
Matt Moore is starting his first day of seventh grade at Bridgewater-Raritan Middle School.
Nico Moore is starting his first day of third grade at Van Holten Primary.
Karly Perez on her first day of fifth grade at Eisenhower Intermediate.
Cole Perez on his first day of second grade at Van Holten Primary.
Chloe's first day of fourth grade
McKenna's first day of kindergarten
Owen L. Simanjuntak Zamora is entering 7th grade at the middle school.
Dwayne Y. Simanjuntaak Zamora is entering 5th grade at Hillside Intermediate.
Cole Wein celebrates his first day of second grade at Van Holten Primary.
Paige and Hunter on their first day of fourth and first grades, respectively, at John F. Kennedy Primary.

BRIDGEWATER, NJ - The Bridgewater-Raritan Regional School District officially opened for students Thursday.

Students headed out to the bus stops early in the morning for the start of a new school year.

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