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RPSD District Newsletter Winter 2018-19

It is flu season again!  Please click here to read about what the school district is doing to keep your children healthy, as well as some tips for helping to minimize the transmission of the flu to others
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It gives us great excitement to announce that the Roselle Park School District is one of the recipients of a Preschool
Education Aid Grant (PEEA) of $515,463. Originally, we thought we could only expand the four year old program;
however, we also successfully received funding to expand our half day three year old program. We will have a total
of 30 four year olds in our full day preschool program and 18 three year olds in our half day program.  Please read the forms below for more information, and return them to the board office before Monday October 29, 2018 to be included in a drawing for selection into this exciting new program!
Preschool Letter for New Parents
Preschool Letter for New Parents - Spanish

Please read this Important Safety Message from Superintendent Garrido


Click here to read Superintendent Pedro Garrido's Welcome Back to School Letter!


RPSD District Winter Newsletter 2017-2018

RPSD Statement Regarding the Flu, and Flu Guidance for Parents

Roselle Park School District's Mission

Roselle Park’s mission is to provide a quality education through shared responsibility in a safe supportive environment for all students to meet the challenges of a global society.  We are “Committed to Excellence”, and we work hard to make the site a primary source for timely information for all users, and a main gateway for improved communication between parents, teachers, students and other members of our community. 

 Roselle Park School District's 

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.

Visitor’s Policy
All visitors shall be required to report to the principal’s office upon entering the school building. No staff member shall transact business with or permit the continuing presence in any district school of a visitor who has not been duly registered with the    principal’s office. No one will be allowed entry without prior appointment. No one will be allowed entry without prior appointment.
  • All visitors to the schools will require a prior appointment (at least 15 minutes notice) stating the reason for the appointment.
  • If a student has a scheduled appointment, such as a doctor/dentist appointment, the  student’s parent/guardian must provide the student’s teacher with written correspondence, such as an email or note, advising the teacher of the time of the student’s pick up from school.
  • In case of the early release of a student from school, visitors must present personal photo identification in order for the school to release the student to the visitor.

Roselle Park High School named by US News and World Report as a Bronze Level High School! Top 5,000 nationwide. 
RPMS: Talented and Gifted students assist in the closing of NASDAQ on August 15th, 2012, as part of the launching of Super Stock Jockey 
Students showcase their amazing artwork at 
RPHS: recipient of the PSEG Environmental Education Grant. 
3rd grader, Damian Czernikowski, has artwork selected to be on the Big Screen in NYC! 
NJ Monthly Magazine: Roselle Park High School ranked 122 in state, up from 190 
Aldene students read a total of 15,445 books during the 2011-12 school year surpassing their goal of 15,000! 
RPHS: One of 16 NJ High Schools Accepted in to the prestigious state-wide Engineering By Design Cohort. 
5th grader, Melanie Ramirez, at Sherman School selected to have artwork published on this summer's NJPAC Poetry Anthology. 
RPHS: Winner of the NJ Greenest High School Award for our emphasis upon recycling and the environment! 
Five Sherman School students- Andra Constantin, Natalya Tasso, Emily Tribiano,Amanda Serna and Tessa Dunkerton- have had their artwork selected for the 2013 Art Educators of New Jersey's Calendar! The calendar will feature 14 NJ art students' work on it and will debut at an awards ceremony and art exhibit at NJPAC in September 2012! 
Raymond Bangs, Science Teacher, nominee of the Princeton University Distinguished Secondary Educator Award. 
Technology teacher, Danielle Romero, named as President of the New Jersey Technology and Engineering Educators Association. Danielle Romero was also named as one of five statewide recipients of the Innovative Technology Education Award.

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