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  • Upcoming District Events

    August 25th - 5th Grade Parent Chromebook Orientation
    September 2nd - 1st Day Teachers
    September 8th - First Day Students
    September 22nd - Picture Day
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  • NMS 2015 Talent Show online

    Our amazing, 2015 NMS Talent Show is now online!!! 

     

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  • Celebrate NJ! Writing Contest Winners

    Congratulations to Abbygale Fisler and Gillian Willams for winning the Celebrate NJ! 4th Grade writing contest. Abbygale was selected in the sports category for her article titled "Summer Fishing on the Delaware" and Gillian won in the Science and Environment Category with her article titled "The New Jersey State Flower". For more information on Celebrate NJ! Please visit Celebrate NJ website and to view a list of all of the winners please visit Celebrate NJ 2015 Contest Winners

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  • NJHS 2015 Induction Ceremony

    On May 6th the find cialis Nehaunsey Middle School Chapter of the National Junior Honor Society Inducted their 2015 members. 

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  • Memorial Day 2015

    Mrs. Chiavoroli, 5th Grade students, Gibbstown VFW, Gibbstown Ladies Auxiliary and Sargent First Class Richard Maxie all got together and put on a spectacular Memorial Day Presentation. Below are some highlights of our assembly.

     

    Memorial Day Playlist

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Cafeteria Prepayment Information

Nutri-Serve would like to inform you of our prepayment program. This program is to allow you to put money into your child’s lunch account. This payment option will speed up your child’s service and enable you to monitor his or her purchases. You may download our prepayment form here. Additional information pertaining to lunch prices is also included in the downloadable document. 

2015-2016 Lunch Charge Policy

The 2015-2016 Lunch Charge Policy was approved at the August 10th Board of Education Meeting and is available online. 

 

pdfLunch Charge Policy

Parents with Preschool Children

 

If you are a Greenwich Township resident and find cialis cheap have a child between three and five years of age and suspect that he/she may be displaying a delay in any one of the following areas:

intellectual functioning

speech and language

social/emotional development

gross/fine motor skills

they are eligible for a free screening by the Child Study Team Staff.  Screenings will be held on:

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Message from Dr. Foley-Hindman

Dear parents, guardians, and students:

 

Welcome to the 2015-2016 school year. The Greenwich Township School District faculty and staff are eager to have our students return and start the year. We hope that you will be inspired by your teachers, enjoy new experiences, develop friendships, and learn a great deal this year. We look forward to working with you as partners in this journey, so please do not hesitate to contact us at the school if you have questions, concerns, or ideas. We look forward to hearing from you.

 

First, let me say how excited I am to join the Greenwich Township School District family; I feel very lucky to have been selected by the Board of Education to be a part of this great district.  I have had the pleasure of meeting many of the faculty and staff at the end of the 2014-2015 school year and enjoyed the canadian viagra india weekly moving eighth grade graduation ceremony attended by family and cialis no prescription needed friends of the graduates. What a wonderful evening!

 

By way of introduction, I wanted to share a little bit about myself with you. I have served as an English teacher with both the Paulsboro Public School and Kingsway Regional School districts. After 14 enjoyable years in the classroom, I took on a new challenge as Kingsway's Supervisor of Curriculum and Instruction. I left that position in 2013 to fulfill a year assignment evaluating teachers and supporting principals in the Camden City Public Schools. At the conclusion of that rewarding experience, I began working with the Department of Education, supporting schools in the five southern New Jersey counties by focusing on leadership and the use of data to improve student achievement. Each of these opportunities offered me the chance to learn from truly talented people and to shape my own understanding of the importance of strong public education for all students.

 

It is important that as adults we continue as life-long learners and that will be a significant part of my first year here with you! I will have many questions about what is important to the Greenwich Township community, how I can best serve the students of these schools, and what our long-term vision for the district should be. I plan to spend a good deal of my time listening to all stakeholders in our community to find out what makes Greenwich so unique so that as we grow and alternative meds for viagra change, we maintain that spirit. If you would like to explore any of these topics with me, please feel free to contact me or approach me at any school function. I will be very happy to hear what you have to say.

Thank you for sending your children to learn with us. There is no higher compliment educators can receive.

 

Sincerely,

 

Dr. Jennifer M. Foley-Hindman

Broad Street 4th Marking Period Honor Roll 2015

Principal's Honor Roll

 

3rd Grade

Mia Granroth, Kaitlyn Helbig, Alexis Morrison, Kailyn Myers, Anthony Saggese, Allaina Shute, Arabella Urban-McCaughan

 

4th Grade

Norah Brooks, Desiree Emerle, Olivia Kaufmann, Abbey Logue, Ava-Claire Vandergrift, Gillian Williams

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District

Greenwich Township Board of Education

415 Swedesboro Road

Gibbstown, NJ 08027

Phone: (856) 224 - 4920 ext. 2120

Broad Street

Greenwich Township Broad Street Elementary School

255 West Broad Street

Gibbstown, NJ 08027

Phone: (856) 224-4900

Nehaunsey

Nehaunsey Middle School

415 Swedesboro Road

Gibbstown, NJ 08027

Phone: (856) 224-4920

About GTSD

The Greenwich Township School District is a preK-8 school district located in beautiful Gibbstown, NJ. Students in grades prek-4th grade attend Greenwich Township Elementary School aka Broad Street School. Students in grades 5 - 8 attend Nehaunsey Middle School.