April 25, 2023 • VOL. XLVI NO. 36
In Hudson County, unofficial results indicate that voters approved a proposal from the Weehawken Board of Education, which is seeking authorization from the voters to (a) to undertake building improvements and upgrades to the Daniel Webster Elementary School, Theodore Roosevelt Elementary School and Weehawken High School.
Dr. Angelica Allen-McMillan, acting commissioner of the New Jersey Department of Education, and Manuel Da Silva, chief executive officer of the New Jersey Schools Development Authority, highlighted items in Gov. Phil Murphy’s proposed fiscal year 2024 budget at an April 24 Assembly Budget Committee hearing.
“Calming the Waters of Turbulent Seas,” scheduled for May 17, 2023, is the first of a series of leadership programs focused on meeting the needs of the members of the New Jersey School Boards Association.
On Friday, June 9, experts in cybersecurity, threat assessments, school security and safety best practices and more will share their perspectives at the NJSBA's School Security & Safety Conference, which will be held at the Conference Center at Mercer County College.
Every day -- in good times and bad -- your district’s communications efforts are vitally important to the success of your schools. Join us on Friday, June 2 at the New Jersey School Boards Association's headquarters for the 2023 School Public Relations Program.
There is no right answer as to whether a committee of the whole or a committee system is the best choice for any given school district. You must consider various factors when deciding what system would be best positioned to govern your district and advance public education.
The Office of the Secretary of State is encouraging school districts throughout the state to participate in New Jersey High School Voter Registration Week, taking place from April 24 – 29.
The application for extraordinary special education aid, or EXAID, was recently made available on the New Jersey Department of Education’s Homeroom webpage. Applications will be accepted through May 26, 2023.
The New Jersey Department of Education announced the release of resources designed to support summer learning program development in a recent advisory.
Schools and districts are encouraged to consult this toolkit in the planning and development of their sexual abuse and assault awareness and prevention education across all grade levels.
The festivities will include Arts Ed NJ's first arts education call to collaboration, which will bring together over 225 educators, school board members, parents, students, higher education and businesspeople, legislators, nonprofit leaders, artists and teaching artists.