Autism Awareness Month begins April 1-April 30. Roselle Park will Light it Blue, with a district-wide Denim Day on April 2, 2015. Please show your support by wearing blue shirts and denim. Donations will go to Autism Speaks.
Check out https://www.autismspeaks.org for further information/ideas and to see pictures of the Empire State Building, Chicago’s Willis Tower, and several other buildings around the world that Light it up Blue.
Special Notice: March Board Meetings dates have been changed to March 17th and March 31st.
There will be ECC, Kindergarten, and New Student Registration on
Tuesday, April 14, 2015, from 8:45 - 3:00, at the Sherman Elementary School.
COMPLETED REGISTRATION FORMS (below), HEALTH INFORMATION, AND PROOF OF RESIDENCE MUST BE BROUGHT WITH YOU WHEN YOU REGISTER.
There will be full-day Kindergarten classes available at each of the three grammar schools in Roselle Park for the 2014 – 2015 school year! In an effort to avoid overcrowding, we will be limiting the number of students to 22 per class. Please be advised that this may result in your child attending Kindergarten at another school before returning to your home school for the remainder of your child’s grammar school years. Families will not be separated. Siblings of students currently in school will attend the same school.
All children who will become 5 years of age on or before October 31, 2015, and who are to be enrolled in Kindergarten in September 2015, and all students eligible to enter First Grade in September 2015, who will become 6 years on or before October 31, 2015, should register at Sherman School, 375 East Grant Avenue, Roselle Park, NJ, on Tuesday, April 14th.
GENERAL REGISTRATION FORM 2015 - 2016
GENERAL REGISTRATION FORM 2015 - 2016 - SPANISH
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Roselle Park has been designated as a High Performing District
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Roselle Park School District
Core Values for Ethical Education
Moral character is not developed automatically. Efforts should be made to assist young people to develop the values necessary to make good moral decisions and conduct themselves in an appropriate manner.
In the Roselle Park School District we have made a commitment to:
- Value every person as diverse, important and unique.
- Accept responsibility for our choices and actions.
- Be a positive influence on our planet and learn from the world around us.
- Appreciate that children are best supported when family, culture, community and society are kept in mind.
- Continually strive to put children first.
- Recognize that the teaching and modeling of core ethical values as well as the promotion of good character development, is the responsibility of every adult.
Dogs are not allowed on school property during regular school hours.