Tuesday, March 7th - 6 to 8:30 pm, FREE pizza dinner with your family. Speaker Mike DeLeon will join us for a family message on staying drug free !
Children 11 and up welcome
Please RSVP by 2/28/17,
February 27th - 3rd Marking Period Progress Report Period Ends
March 3rd - PTA Basket and Bag Bingo @BSS Gymnasium
March 6th - Teen Tech Week 3p-5p GCLS Gibbstown Branch Ages 12+
March 7th - Speaker Michael DeLeon Staying Drug Free 6:30-8pm NMS
March 16th - Pep Club Dance @NMS 3p-5p
March 20th - 8th Grade Youth in Government 7pm
March 29th - End of 3rd Marking PeriodRead More
The Greenwich Township School District is registering kindergartners for the 2017-2018 school year.
Any child who will be five years old on or before October 1st, 2017 may enroll in kindergarten for the upcoming school year. We encourage all parents to begin the registration process online at our Kindergarten Enrollment Section on our website. After beginning the registration process online, parents may then visit Broad Street School between 9am and 12pm with a completed new student registration packet, proof of residency, proof of relationship to the student and student health records.Read More
Congratulations to Broad Street School Students of the Month for February 2017
KINDERGARTEN: ABIGAIL CONWAY, DRAKE DAMMINGER, ROCCO LAWRENCE
1st GRADE: HARLAN CLEMENT, SEAN SIEGEL-GLASSEY, JORJA WIDMER
2nd GRADE: ANTONIO CHILA, MAKENZIE CONWAY, GIANNA MILLER
3rd GRADE: QADIR BROKENBAUGH, CHRISTOPHER SHARP
4th GRADE: JADYN BENNETT, McKENZIE SANDY, ANGELINA SOMOGY
5th GRADE: ALYSSA BARBER , JASON BARBER, RYAN BARBERRead More
Dr. Wehrle, Physical Education teacher at Broad Street School has recently been a busy man lately. Not only is he a new father, he has also been award the 2017 SHAPE America Mabel Lee Award Recipient.
He also recently found out he was awarded the NJAHPERD Teacher of the Year Award! Although he is a very busy man, GTV found time to sit down and speak to him about these accomplishments.
New Jersey Department of Education February 2017
Dear Parents and Guardians,
New Jersey is in the process of creating its state plan that details how it will implement the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA). Each state must develop a plan that adheres to the requirements of the federal ESSA statute and must submit a plan to the U.S. Department of Education for approval. I invite you to review and provide feedback on the proposed New Jersey ESSA State Plan before it is submitted to the U.S. Department of Education.
ESSA replaces the No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB), enacted in 2002, and it reauthorizes the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) of 1965. Under ESSA, some federal requirements remain in place. For instance, all states must set challenging academic standards and they must annually assess students' progress towards those statewide standards in math, English language arts, and science.
DATE: February 17,2017
POSITIONS: Cafeteria/Lunchroom Aide LOCATION:= Nehaunsey MiddleSchool Daily from 11 am – 1pm
Available: Immediately for the 2016-2017 SchoolYear
Please submit letter of interest on or before March 3, 2017 to:
Dr. Jennifer Foley-Hindman
Chief School Administrator Nehaunsey Middle School
415 Swedesboro Road
Gibbstown, NJ 08027
Greenwich Township School District is an Equal Opportunity Employer