September 29th - Early Dismissal, Back to School Night
October 7th - School Closed - Teacher Inservice
October 10th - School Closed - Columbus DayRead More
Greenwich Township Schools Officially open for the 2016-2017 school year!Read More
At the April 25, 2016 Special Budget Hearing, the Greenwich Township Board of Education voted unanimously to approve the proposed budget for 2016-2017. To view our User Friendly Version please click below.
2016-2017 Budget Presentation (as presented to BOE at 4/25/2016 Budget Hearing)Read More
As per the National School Transportation Specifications and Procedures, please be advised that for the safety of our students, bus drivers and aides, the Greenwich Township Board of Education will not allow students to transport hazardous materials, nuisance items (such as large school projects), or animals on district buses.
Items cannot be placed in the stair well, the aisle, or in front of the emergency door exit.
The pupil is permitted to carry only objects that can be held in his/her lap. If you have any questions, please contact the business office.
The Transportation Department receives requests for information regarding the transportation of their child (ren). The Transportation Department has compiled the most frequently asked questions.
SPECIAL EDUCATION PARENT ADVISORY COUNCIL (SEPAC)
PARENT VOLUNTEERS WANTED
Who We Are
The Special Education Parent Advisory Council, SEPAC, is a group of parents and educators working together to help children with special educational needs in the Greenwich Township School District. SEPAC meets throughout the year to provide a forum for parents to provide input to the district on issues concerning students with disabilities, as well as gain valuable information about a variety of topics relevant to parents and families of students with disabilities. We welcome the participation of all parents on an ongoing basis or only when a topic is of interest.
The Greenwich Township Special Education Parent Advisory Committee (SEPAC) works for the understanding of, respect for, and support of all children with special needs in our community.
The New Jersey Department of Education (NJDOE) has posted school and district Harassment, Intimidation, and Bullying (HIB) grades as stated in the Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights Act.
These grades were determined by a district self-assessment released by the New Jersey Department of Education Commissioner.
Beginning with the September 2011-2012 school year, the Greenwich Township School District has conscientiously implemented the requirements found in the Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights Act.
During the three years of implementation of the Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights Act, the District has made progress in addressing and improving harassment, intimidation and bullying education,
training, and programs, and school climate and culture.