Washington Township Schools

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  • BOARD OF EDUCATION MEETING CHANGE

    The regular meeting of the Washington Township Board of Education scheduled for Tuesday, August 30, 2016 will be rescheduled to Thursday, September 1, 2016. The meeting will begin at 6:00 p.m. for the purpose of holding the Board Retreat. The regular meeting will follow. Action will be taken.


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  • BACK-TO-SCHOOL INFORMATION MAILING SET FOR AUGUST 19TH!

    WTS will be mailing Back-To-School Information to families this Friday, August 19th! Parents, simply click on the FOR PARENTS tab located atop the WTS homepage and select Back-to-School Forms.  Please review each of the  information items listed. There is a single yellow form (included in the mailing and also available online) that requires your signature and which needs to be returned to your child’s homeroom teacher on the first day of school, September 6th.  This single-page approach eliminates the need for parents to sign and return numerous forms. Parents who do not have access to technology can visit their child’s school and pick up the information documents.


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  • WE’RE LOOKING FOR A FEW GOOD DRIVERS!

    The Washington Township Schools, Morris County, needs Substitute Bus Drivers to drive our children to and from school, as well as field trips and athletic events. A good driving record and a CDL are required; we will train and reimburse your costs for your CDL after 6 months of active service. We offer $19 per hour to start. If you like children and are interested, stop by our Transportation Office, located in the Washington Township Board of Education Building, 53 West Mill Road, Long Valley, or call (908) 876-5511. EEO


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