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  • Special Board of Education Meeting
    Board Retreat
    Monday, May 10, 2021 @ 7:00 pm
    Held Remotely via Zoom

    The Washington Township Board of Education will be holding a special meeting on Monday, May 10th for purposes of holding a Board Retreat on board governance and team building, facilitated by the New Jersey School Boards Association. No action will be taken. The meeting will begin at 7:00pm and can be viewed by community members via a live YouTube link.

    Community members who wish to make a comment may do so by emailing the Board of Education at comment@wtschools.org. In your email, please be sure to include your first and last name, and your address (addresses will remain confidential). Your comment will be read at the meeting. Please email your comment no later than 5PM on May 10th.

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  • Board of Education Meeting
    Tuesday, May 11, 2021 @ 7:30 pm
    Long Valley Middle School PAC

    The Washington Township Board of Education meeting scheduled for Tuesday, May 11, 2021 will be held at the Long Valley Middle School Performing Arts Center. Capacity limitations, social distancing and mask requirements will be enforced. The meeting will begin at 7:30pm and can be viewed by community members via a live YouTube link.  The agenda for the meeting will also be posted prior to the meeting.

    There will be two opportunities for public comment during the meeting: one for items on the agenda; and the second for any other topic.

    Community members who view the meeting remotely and wish to make a comment may do so by emailing the Board of Education at comment@wtschools.org. In your email, please be sure to include your first and last name, and your address (addresses will remain confidential). Your comment will be read at the meeting. Please email your comment no later than 5PM on May 11th.

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    May 6, 2021

    WTS is beyond excited to be welcoming our LVMS Panthers back to full-time in-person learning on Monday, May 10th as the COVID-19 Activity Levels continue to improve statewide. As a school community we all need to recognize the very significant shift that will take place this coming Monday. EVERYONE’S personal vigilance is needed now more than ever. We need EVERYONE to monitor their child(ren)'s health before the start of each school day. If your child has ANY illness symptom, if there is any illness in your home, if anyone in your home is awaiting the results of a COVID-19 test, if your child travels outside the 5-state region of NJ, NY, CT, PA, and DE please keep your child at home and communicate as soon as possible with your school nurse. By keeping your child at home, you are greatly reducing the likelihood that your child's classmates and teachers will be negatively impacted. You are also providing the time and rest your child needs to return to optimal health. Due to the nature of the LVMS instructional program, children may log in from home and experience the day’s learning if they are feeling well enough to do so. Our goal is to keep everyone safe, healthy, and IN school. Please click HERE to access, review and print the Student Health Check Form which will help guide you as you monitor your child(ren)'s health through the end of this school year.

    Thank you so very much for all of your help and support this school year as your Washington Township Schools navigated, and continues to navigate, school life amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Mr. Ippolito will be sending more information to you tomorrow. I know you share in our excitement as the children get set to return to full-time in-person learning this coming Monday!

    Have a very good evening and ... Happy First Day of School all over again!

    Jeff Mohre
    Superintendent of Schools

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    May 4, 2021

    Superintendent Jeff Mohre has shared information with middle school parents regarding the planned return to full-time in-person learning for middle school students. The school-home communication bulletin can be found HERE.

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  • 2021-2022 SCHOOL CALENDAR

    The Board of Education approved the 2021-2022 School Calendar at its meeting last evening. Please note that WTS has set a September 1 first day of school for the children which differs from West Morris Regional's late August start date. This is necessary due to the HVAC project scheduled for the Old Farmers Road School this summer. The calendar can be found by clicking HERE.

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  • Kindergarten Registration
    Online Registration is Underway!

    If your child will be five years of age on or before October 1, 2021 then s/he is eligible for kindergarten! New this school year is the Washington Township Schools online Kindergarten Registration Portal. If possible, please register by February 19th which will help WTS plan for the new school year! To register your child, simply click HERE. Once you have completed the online registration process the information you provide will be reviewed by your child’s school office. Once your registration information has been reviewed and is complete you will receive a confirmation email from your child’s school. If your child’s school has any questions about your registration, a member of the School Office Team will contact you.  Should you have any questions please contact your child’s kindergarten registration contact person:

    Benedict A. Cucinella School:
    Mrs. McIlmail (908)850-3161

    Flocktown-Kossmann School:
    Mrs. Fichot (908)850-1010

    Old Farmers Road School:
    Mrs. Domareki (908)876-3865

    Please note that the October 1 cutoff date is firm as set by Board of Education policy. To you and your child … Welcome to Kindergarten!

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    February 24, 2021

    The Morris County Interfaith Food Pantry Network is supporting families and individuals who may be in need of food during the pandemic. If you (or someone you know) are in need, the Network stands ready to provide nutritious food and helpful resources.

    For more information, click on the brochures below ... please share!

    M.C.Interfaith Food Pantry Network Brochure (English)

    M.C.Interfaith Food Pantry Network Brochure (Spanish)

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    Washington Township Schools are pleased to announce that the District will continue to provide a lunch and snack to all students that choose to participate through the end of this school year. This program is being funded by the United States Department of Agriculture. Pre-ordering is not required. Lunch menus are posted on the School’s website.

    Bag lunches will continue to be available to students who would like a meal and snack to take home for Virtual Learning Days. There is no cost for the bag lunch and snack.

    If you haven't already done so please “opt in” to the take home program by emailing the school cafeteria staff where your student attends.

    Arrangements for picking up lunch and snack for students that are registered in the all virtual cohort can be made by contacting the cafeteria. 

    Cucinella - ccafeteria@wtschools.org
    Flocktown Road School- fcafeteria@wtschools.org
    WJ Kossmann - kcafeteria@wtschools.org
    Old Farmers Road School - ocafeteria@wtschools.org
    LVMS - mbrenneman@wtschools.org

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    August 3, 2020

    Your Washington Township Schools presents the District's school reopening plan, The Road Back to Washington Township Schools. To review the "Plan" click HERE

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