East Brunswick Public Schools

Excellence in Academics, Athletics and the Arts

Excellence in Academics, Athletics and the Arts

  • There is inclement weather, what do I do?

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    See our information page HERE

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  • I want to leave a voicemail for a teacher, but do not have the extension. What do I do?

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    Call (732) 613-6700, press 9 and enter the first four letters of the teacher's last name. You will be transferred to the extension.

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  • My child is having a problem in school. How can I get help?

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    Contact his or her teacher or guidance counselor for help. If the problem is not resolved, contact the building principal. At the secondary level contact the grade level administrator and then the building principal. Problems not resolved at the building level may be referred to the assistant superintendent for student activities/services.

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  • I would like to confer with a teacher, what do I need to do?

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    Call your child's school to arrange a conference.

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  • My child has becomes ill at school, what happens now?

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    A student who becomes ill during school hours is taken to the nurse's office. If it becomes necessary to send your child home because of illness, you will be notified and requested to provide transportation. Please be sure to complete the emergency contact card provided at the beginning of the school year and update the information on the card when any changes occur. The school nurse makes decisions about whether or not to call parents on a case-by-case basis. However, the nurse always calls in the following situations: significant injury, major accident, temperature of 100 degrees or higher, presence of head lice and/or nits, changes or deficiencies in screenings, frequent visits to the nurse, immunization needs, abnormal weight loss or gain, self-inflicted wounds, emotional problems and student's request. 

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  • My child must be absent from school, what do I do?

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    Please call the school within the first hour of the school day on the first day of your child's absence. If you do not call, a member of the staff will call your home on that day. In addition, please send a note listing the dates of absence and the reason for the absence with your child when he or she returns to school.

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  • I know in advance that my child will be absent, what should I do?

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    If you know in advance that a family circumstance will require your child to be absent from school or from a specific class, please notify the school in writing. Please send the note to the classroom teacher in the elementary schools and to the attendance officer at Hammarskjold Middle School, Churchill Junior High School or East Brunswick High School.

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  • I plan to move, what is the process for transferring my child's information?

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    Please give the school office the information to forward a transfer. Transfers will be mailed directly to your new school district. If you move during the school year, your child may continue to attend school in East Brunswick for the remainder of the year provided the following conditions are met: your child has been enrolled in the district for at least one year, you arrange to pay tuition in advance, and you provide transportation to and from school. For information about tuition payments, please call the school business administrator's office, (732) 613-6723.

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  • I changed my address, telephone number or email. Who must I contact?

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     Advise the school office(s) immediately.

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  • My child has lost something on a school bus, what can I do?

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    Call the school office and report the loss. The article will be traced and you will be notified if it is found.

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  • My child has left his or her lunch at home, what now?

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    Deliver it to the school office. Students are responsible for going to the office to claim their lunches.

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  • I need to send a message to my child during school, what do I do?

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    Only emergency messages may be delivered to students. In an emergency, please give the message to the building principal or secretary and it will be transmitted to the student.

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  • What did we miss?

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    Please e-mail your question to the Community Relations Office

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