March 22, 2022 • Vol. XLV No. 31
The twice-yearly meeting of the full NJSBA membership sets the policies that determine the Association’s position on educational issues and establishes bylaws that govern its operations.
Dr. Lawrence S. Feinsod, executive director of NJSBA, addressed the progress made in enabling school districts to meet challenges, including those surrounding the public health crisis. He also highlighted the need to ensure members continue to benefit from essential training, advocacy and direct service.
Education Department Launches Historic Real Pay for Real Jobs Initiative for People with Disabilities
The U.S. Department of Education’s Rehabilitation Services Administration invites applications for the Subminimum Wage to Competitive Integrated Employment demonstration project, aimed at increasing access for people with disabilities to jobs that pay good wages.
The 2022 Jersey Fresh Farm to School Recognition and Award program wants to find the top school in the state participating in farm-to-school activities, according to a news release from the New Jersey Department of Agriculture.
Local educational agencies, including charter schools and renaissance school projects, are required to review and update their County District School System information for the 2022-2023 school year.
The New Jersey Department of Education reminds the education community that the deadline to submit artwork to the “Hope, Healing, and Resilience through the COVID-19 Pandemic” Art Showcase & Installation Project is March 31.
The New Jersey Department of Education recently issued a high school voter registration statement of assurance for school year 2021-2022 to help school districts, charter schools, renaissance school projects, nonpublic high schools and private agencies that provide educational services for high schools comply with the requirements of N.J.A.C. 6A:32- 14.2.
By participating in the program, schools can continue to provide a safe environment for in-person instruction. The program is voluntary for local educational agencies and nonpublic schools.
As the world copes with a surge of the highly transmissible omicron subvariant BA.2, Gov. Phil Murphy and New Jersey Department of Health Commissioner Judith M. Persichilli issued a statement.
Toms River Regional Schools will hold its TR Excellence Expo from 5 to 8 p.m. at RWJBarnabas Health Arena on April 6.
Renate (Mueller) Lampe, 81, of North Haledon, a former member of the North Haledon Board of Education in Passaic County, died March 16.