Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) Stakeholder Committee – Call For Participation
The Every Student Succeeds Act(ESSA) replaces No Child Left Behind (NCLB) and reauthorizes the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) of 1965. ESSA is meant to ensure that all students have equitable access to high-quality educational resources and opportunities, as well as to close educational achievement gaps. As part of the regulations, a stakeholder committee must be formed to provide feedback and input to the resources and decisions made regarding the grant monies. ESSA Stakeholder engagement is a vehicle for bringing together educators and families as well as representatives of the community who have a stake in the law and also bring particular assets and expertise that can support the education of our young people. If you are interested, click here for more details and application to be part of this committee.
SBHS Music Collecting for local hospitals throughout the holiday season and Winter Concerts
The South Brunswick Music Department hopes to bring more than cheer through their music by collecting toys for local Pediatric hospitals. For the fourth year, inspired by the “Friends of JJ” movement to bring holiday gifts to the children at local area hospitals, the Music Department will be collecting donations of new unwrapped toys and games throughout the holiday season and at each of their concerts December 12th, 13th, 14th and 19th. Toys can also be dropped off in the band room or main office from now until December 19th. Gift cards will also be accepted. Friends of JJ Flyer
Special Needs Registry
Please click on the following link for information on the South Brunswick Police Special Needs Registry for residents who may be in need of special assistance in a time of emergency. Special Needs Registry Brochure and Form
South Brunswick Parent Academy
The next SBPA workshop, Social Media Symposium II, will be held on Saturday, December 9th. Please click on the following link for more information: Social Media Symposium II Workshop
Please click on the following link link to view the 2017-2018 Course Booklet. Parent Academy Course Booklet
Student Loan Information
For many years the New Jersey Higher Education Student Assistance Authority (HESAA) has prepared a Student Loan Guide to be distributed to New Jersey high school students. In January 2013 legislation was passed by the New Jersey Legislature and signed into law by Governor Christie requiring HESAA to prepare a similar brochure and directing high schools to annually disseminate it to each student in the 11th and 12th grades.
In accordance with N.J.S.A. 18A:71A-35, please see the Student Loan Guide e-booklet link below and a new tool, The Student Loan Game Plan.
E-booklet link to the Student Loan Guide: http://www.hesaa.org/Flipbooks/StudentLoanGuide/index.html
Interactive Student Loan Game Plan:
In addition, the following is the link of this state law for your review.
State Law regarding Student Loans
Sign up for Informative E-mails and remember to update your account as your child advances to the next grade level.
If you have not already done so, please sign up to receive emails that we send out periodocially with news/updates to our parents. As high school students advance to the next grade level, parents must sign up for the appropriate class subscription so that you receive the correct information that pertains to your child's grade. To update or sign up for your parent email subscription, please click here. For current subscribers, please input the E-mail address you had originally used to subscribe and follow the instructions listed to update your subscriptions.
AVISO PARA PADRES HISPANOHABLANTES
Si usted desea comunicarse con algún profesor/a o administrador/a en la escuela y necesita ayuda con traducción al inglés, por favor llame a la señora Susana Nikitczuk a la extensión # 5231 oenvíele un mensaje electrónico a la siguiente dirección: Susana.firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ella está dispuesta a ayudarle.
(This message is for parents who require a translator in order to speak to their child's teachers.)