Teacher Appreciation Week- May 1st- May 5th
National Teacher Appreciation Day, also known as National Teacher Day, is observed on the Tuesday of the first full week in May. This day is part of Teacher Appreciation Week which is the first full week in May. During this week, schools across the country recognize the special individuals who work with the students on a daily basis.
Recognizing Autism Awareness Month: April 2017
April 2, 2017 marks World Autism Awareness Day and people from around the world will be 'Lighting It Up Blue' to shine a bright light on autism. Light It Up Blue, in its third year, is a unique global initiative by Autism Speaks to help raise awareness about the growing public health concern that is autism. Thousands of iconic landmarks, buildings, and homes from around the world are joining in the cause by illuminating in bright blue on the evening of April 2 to show support for millions of people affected by autism.
Eatontown Public Schools Teachers of the Year to be honored at the February 13th Board of Education Meeting
Terri Krsyzckowski, Memorial School
Lindsay DeVito, Meadowbrook School
Shannon Ardise, Vetter School
Michael Boxer, Woodmere School
Eric LeGrand Presenting at Eatontown Public Schools to Enhance Week of Respect Message
On Tuesday, October 25, 2016 at 1:00 P.M., the Margaret L. Vetter School and Memorial Middle School hosted their “Week of Respect” general assembly with special guest speaker, retired American football defensive tackle and motivational speaker Eric LeGrand. His message and presentation were very powerful. Please visit the Asbury Park Press website for additional information on the program. http://on.app.com/2fdfz7L
Updated Parent Information & Resources Regarding PARCC 2016
Please see the new information regarding PARCC by clicking below. This information has been updated as of October 2016.
Eatontown Public Schools Water Testing Letter and Results
Please see Mr. Scott T. McCue's correspondence regarding this summer's water testing along with the water testing results by school. As per NJ Department of Education regulations, the school community needs to be informed of the process for water testing, the results of the testing, as well as any steps toward remediation.
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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