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Update on Nutley Public Schools Security

February 23, 2018

February 23, 2018

Dear Nutley Parents, Staff, and Community Members,

I want to once again reach out with an update on the developments of last week’s security threat. I, along with the district administration and Board of Education, recognize that in times of fear and uncertainty, people want information and answers, and we thank you for your patience while the police completed their ...

Mr. Joseph Dwyer Named Coordinator of Integrated Instructional Technology for the Nutley Public Schools

NUTLEY, NJ  – Mr. Joseph Dwyer was approved as the Coordinator of Integrated Instructional Technology, PK-12, for the Nutley Public Schools at the Board of Education meeting on January 29, 2018. He began his role on February 1, 2018.

In his new role, Dwyer will be responsible for ensuring that technology is used to support teaching and learning in grades PK-12, in all aspects of ...

Nutley Kindergarten Registration for 2018-2019 School Year

The Nutley Public School District offers a free, full-day kindergarten program for residents of Nutley. Children must be five years of age by October 1 of that school year. Kindergarten registration for September 2018 begins March 5, 2018.

Registration will be held on Monday, March 5, 2018 through Friday, March 9, 2018 from 4:00 – 7:30 p.m. daily in the Nutley High School Cafeteria.

Spring Garden and Lincoln Schools Host "No Name Calling" Week

Mrs. Nancy Thunell, School Counselor and Anti-Bullying Specialist at Spring Garden and Lincoln Schools, spearheaded “No Name Calling Week.” Students discussed why name calling and bullying is mean and how hurtful words and phrases make them feel. Based on grade level, students were encouraged to make various creative posters, representing kindness as well as reminding others to ...

TREP$ Program Launches for Students in Grades 4-8

TREP$ is an award winning entrepreneurship education program for students and was made possible through a donation to the Nutley Educational Foundation by Windheim Plumbing & Heating Co.

During six exciting after school workshops, children will learn how to start and operate their own businesses. At the conclusion of the program, the young entrepreneurs will watch their business become a ...

Coffee with the Nutley Public Schools Superintendent at Petracco's Deli

Join us for coffee and conversation next Wednesday morning, January 24th at 10am.

Nutley Public Schools invite eighth grade parents and students to scheduling program Jan 16

The NHS administration and school counseling department are presenting a scheduling information program on Tuesday, January 16, 2018, at 6:30 p.m. in the high school auditorium.

Eighth grade students and parents are cordially invited to attend. Information will be presented that will assist students and parents in making the appropriate selection of school courses for next year. Presentations ...

Looking Back on 2017, Looking Forward to 2018

Dear Nutley Staff, Parents and Community,

It seems hard to believe that 2017 is so quickly coming to a close.  I am hopeful that you have been enjoying the warmth and traditions of Nutley this season as much as I have.  I am continually struck by the overwhelming sense of good cheer and good will that spreads throughout the town, and makes Nutley the special place it ...

Why are the Nutley Public Schools overcrowded?

 Q: Why are the Nutley Public Schools overcrowded?

A: There is not just one reason why our buildings are overcrowded. The overcrowding is not about our enrollment, but rather the capacity of our classrooms and buildings. Capacity, as defined in the 2017 Town Hall meetings by Superintendent Dr. Glazer, “is not the fire code occupancy, but the available space for the effective ...

Nutley Public Schools Construction Bond Referendum: Fact vs. Rumor

Rumor: The Board of Education (BOE) paid for the lawn signs throughout town.

Fact: Community members formed the “Nutley Now Referendum 2017 Committee.” Private citizens made individual donations to a NJ Elec (Election Law Enforcement Commission) account. The funds raised paid for the printing of the lawn signs. The Nutley Public Schools did not pay for the lawn signs.

Rumor: ...

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