Eatontown Public Schools Teachers of the Year will be honored at the February 8th Board of Education Meeting
Mrs. Francine Densieski, Memorial School
Ms. Michelle Bonnetti, Meadowbrook School
Ms. Christine Santonello, Vetter School
Mrs. Lauren Borny, Woodmere School
PARCC PowerPoint Presentation from December 21, 2015 BOE Meeting
On December 21, 2015, Mr. Scott McCue and Mrs. Tara Micciulla presented the 2015 PARCC scores to the public at the regularly scheduled Board of Education meeting. The results outlined in the PowerPoint below entitled, "PARCC Results: Year One" are baseline scores and should not be compared to the previous NJASK assessment. Parents, students, and educators are encouraged to utilize the learning tools on the website at bealearninghero.org. The data was prepared and presented using the New Jersey Department of Education template.
Eatontown Board of Education Notifies Community Regarding School Reorganization
On Monday, November 23, 2015, the Eatontown Board of Education decided to reorganize the schools. This action will reorganize the elementary schools along grade levels. The decision of the Board creates a new organizational structure also referred to as grade-banding which will transform our elementary schools into specific grade level centers where all students at the same grade level attend the same school regardless of where they live in Eatontown. Beginning September 1, 2016, Meadowbrook School will become a K-2 school, Woodmere School will be designated as a 3-4 school, and Vetter School will be organized as a 5-6 school. Memorial School will continue to focus on grades 7-8 and our Preschool program will be housed at Woodmere School.
The new organizational plan will provide for our district, several benefits. Most apparent is with all the grade level classes in one school, the collaboration among teachers will increase dramatically. Research does suggest that when principal and teacher collaboration increases, student achievement increases as well. The district also will be able to create equity in class sizes and provide more consistency in programs and delivery of services. In the near future, this new configuration provides the opportunity for Eatontown Public Schools to “Blend Tradition and Innovation to Drive Educational Excellence” for all students. Additional educational benefits can be found by reading the document below. If you have any questions or comments regarding the decision, please email them to firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you for your attention and cooperation.
PARCC Resources for Parents
The week of October 19th, the NJ Department of Education released information regarding PARCC. Districts may receive score reports in November according to the NJ Department of Education. Please see the information listed below to help you prepare for as well as better understand the new PARCC score reports.
Parent Information & Resources Regarding PARCC
Please see the attached information regarding the PARCC Examinations as well as the Parent Information Session that was presented on February 11, 2015.
Parent Information and Resources Regarding the Common Core State Standards
Please visit the bottom of the Curriculum Page under Departments to review new information and resources regarding the Common Core State Standards.
We urge that parents visit the website for information regarding the Eatontown Public Schools. Help us go "green."
The Eatontown School district needs your email address in order to provide parents/guardians access to all school and district notices and for grades 4 through 8 to provide a parental portal for vital academic information.
Please pick up a form at your child's school in their main office. You don't have to do anything else. This will help us get information to parents more quickly, be environmentally and fiscally responsible by saving paper (going green) and save employee time.
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