In The Schools

July 31, 2018

Dear Nutley Parents, We hope that you are enjoying the summer; relaxing and spending time with family and friends. As August approaches, we want to share information and detail some changes we are excited about for the Extended Day Program. This past school year and summer, we have worked ...

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NUTLEY, NJ - The June issue of Nutley High School's 'Maroon and Gray' is now available for the entire Nutley community to read.  2018 marks 100 years of journalism at NHS. Student journalism began in 1918 with the publication of The Attic, then the Gauntlet and finally a number of versions of ...

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Dear Nutley Parents, Staff and Community, It is hard to believe that this school year comes to a close today. It has been quite a year: rewarding, exciting and challenging. Our students learned and developed throughout the year, guided by our dedicated and talented staff. Nutley High School ...

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Dear Nutley Parents, Staff and Community Members, In light of the upcoming Spring Festival on Thursday, June 14th, the district has made the decision to reschedule the Safety and Security Focus Group originally planned for this night. We encourage all opportunities for families to spend time ...

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NUTLEY, NJ - Mr. Joseph Dwyer was approved as the Coordinator of Social Studies, K-12, for the Nutley Public Schools at the Board of Education meeting on May 21, 2018. He will begin his role on July 1, 2018. Mr. Dwyer fills this role upon the retirement of Mr. Robert O’Dell, who has been with ...

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Graduation Lawn Signs can be picked up on Tuesday, June 12, from 6:30-8pm outside the New St. entrance to NHS. Please stop by and pick up your signs.

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Dear Nutley, Parents, Staff and Community, On Tuesday, June 5th, Nutley High School will host "Crash Course In Reality" on Franklin Avenue in front of the Oval. This program is provided to NHS juniors and seniors every two years. Please be advised that this program will take place on Franklin ...

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As of now, the Junior Olympics are on, as scheduled for tomorrow, Thursday, May 31. In the event that we need to cancel, due to weather, we will do so in the morning. Students should come to school prepared for a regular day. In the event of a cancelation, should there be a need, the rain date ...

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The NPS Technology Department is happy to invite you and your student to attend our series of Chromebook Parent Night taking place in June. During the 2018-2019 school year, the district is expanding our 1:1 Chromebook initiative. We are excited to announce that your student will be receiving a ...

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This week and next week, we will be conducting the district’s routine evacuation drills for each school in the district. This is required by the state each year, and the drills are done in cooperation with the police and fire departments.  Students in all buildings will evacuate to off-site ...

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Reminder: All are welcome to the district-wide ArtShow on Wednesday, May 23rd at Nutley High School at 6pm. Come and see the fine work of our students.

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New Jersey Principals and Supervisors Association, the League of Women Voters of New Jersey, and the NJ Social Studies Supervisors Association are teaming up to organize a voter registration drive called #MyVoiceMyVoteNJ. Voter registration took place in high schools across the state and right ...

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NUTLEY, NJ - Officer Melilli and Detective / Sgt. Padilla were out at Spring Garden School! last week. We were invited to read a book to Mrs. Dingwell and Mrs. Cassie`s kindergarten classes. We chose Kindness is Cooler with Mrs. Ruler which seemed to be a big hit. We answered questions and did a ...

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Reminder: The Health/Wellness Focus Group for the Strategic Plan will be held on Monday evening, May 14th, from 7pm until 8:30pm in the JHWMS Media Center. The remaining Focus Groups are listed below. TUESDAY, June 12: Curriculum/Programs THURSDAY, June 14: Safety/Security WEDNESDAY, ...

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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 ...

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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 ...

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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 ...

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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 ...

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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 ...

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 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.

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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 ...

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When Dr. Julie Glazer joined the Nutley Public Schools as Superintendent in July 2016, the district and Board of Education had been exploring overcrowding within the schools for several years. Previous administrations and Boards were aware of the need for additional space and had spent at least six ...

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NUTLEY, NJ - Students at all levels of Nutley High School have many courses, programs and extracurricular activities to choose from. Whether students are looking to explore new electives in robotics, writing or business, the rigor of advanced placement courses, the challenge of varsity sports and ...

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