Anti-Bullying Coordinator
Clement S. Bramley, Jr.
Supervisor of Special Services

School Contact Information

Memorial School

Margaret L. Vetter School

Woodmere School

Meadowbrook School


The links on this page will help you to learn more about the Eatontown Public School's Harassment, Intimidation, and Bullying Policy as well as highlight key members of the school community who have a role in this new policy. It is important to note that beginning September 1, 2011, every district must have a district Anti-Bullying Coordinator and every school must have a School Anti-Bullying Specialist. In addition, each school must have a School Safety Team as mandated by the new law.

District and School Grades Under the Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights Act

School districts and schools must post the exact grade reports issued by the NJ Department of Education without making alterations to the PDF document to fulfill its responsibilities for posting the grades to the school district and school’s websites. The score for each core element must be reported as a number and the grade must be reported as a number. The maximum score a district or school can attain is 78 points . The score is not out of 100 points, but 78 points. The raw and average scores represent the district and school’s degree of compliance with the Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights Act as determined by each school’s self-assessment score. Please review the district and school scores below. The district score is an average of all four school scores. If you have any questions, please contact the school principal.