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.
Hawks Soar In Baseball Finals
Hats off to the Memorial School Baseball Team on winning the first baseball championship in the school’s history. The boys defeated a skilled Little Silver squad in the final game to earn the Coastal Intermediate Baseball League crown. Congratulations to Head Coach Guiliano, Assistant Coach Woloshin and the entire team on a spectacular season. Pictured is Coach Guiliano presenting the trophy to Mr. Medlin.
Teachers of the Year 2014 Honored at February 10th Board of Education Meeting
Eatontown Public Schools announces 2014 Teachers of the Year. The following educators are the 2014 Teachers of the Year recipients: Ms. Janis Mottershead- Memorial School, Mrs. Kim Morgan- Meadowbrook School, Mrs. Lara Neary- Margaret L. Vetter School, Mrs. Nicole Citarella- Woodmere School. Congratulations to our honored teachers!
Eatontown Superintendent of Schools, Scott McCue, Wins Educator of the Year
At a ceremony held February 26th, 2014 in Atlantic City, including educators from throughout the state of NJ, Eatontown Superintendent of Schools, Scott McCue, was awarded Educator of the Year by the NJ Drugs Awareness Resistance and Education program (D.A.R.E). Over 250 nominations were received by the D.A.R.E. NJ Officers Association and Mr. McCue was chosen as the first superintendent to receive the award. The D.A.R.E. program educates our students on the dangers of substance abuse and violence. Eatontown Public Schools has developed a terrific relationship with local D.A.R.E. representative, Eatontown police officer Ryan Hennelly, and the program has played a big part in keeping our students safe and well educated on the dangers of drugs and violence. We are very proud of Mr. McCue's achievement. This award is a true testament of the capable and quality professionals that represent the Eatontown community including the teachers, administrators, police department, and support staff.
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.
Summer Reading Leveled Book List (pdf)
Summer Reading Record List (pdf)
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