UNION, NJ - The Township of Union Board of Education has proposed a new annual process to verify that students who are attending Union schools are in fact domiciled within the Township.
The district-wide re-registration process will enable the Board of Education to remove students who are ineligible to attend Union schools and to direct tax dollars to the students entitled to receive an education in the Township.
According to a press release from Union schools, “it is in the interest of all residents and taxpayers that this process occurs each school year beginning now.” The press release directs residents to visit the Board of Education website at http://www.twpunionschools.org for an application.
The re-registration process requires the completion and submission of the form along with copies of all supporting documentation. Families are required to bring this information to the schools listed below based on the following schedule:
Date: Beginning Monday, May 22 – Monday, June 26
Monday through Thursday
Time: 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
Locations: For students currently in Grades 8-11: Union High School Library
For students in grades 5-7: Burnet Middle School Auditorium
For students in grades Pre-K – 4: Hannah Caldwell Cafeteria
For families with students in more than one of the groupings above, parents may choose one location to re- register all their children.
“Please understand there will be a wait as we work to process each family,” read the press release. “Being prepared with copies of all required documents may expedite the process. Your patience is greatly appreciated.”
Questions regarding the re-registration process may be directed to Mrs. Donna Hubbard at 908.851.6403 or email@example.com