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2019 State of the District Address Awards and Accomplishments
User-Friendly Budget & Related Information
Building Capacity and Enrollment Report, 11/1/18
District Information Guide
East Brunswick Education Foundation
Energy Savings Plan
Enrollment Update, 1/31/2019
Facility Use Application
Facilities Improvements 2014-2018
Important Dates 2019-20
Inclement Weather Procedures
Lead In Water Testing Results
Kindergarten Program Information
New Jersey School Performance Report
New Student Registration
Open Public Records Act
Policies and Regulations
Registrations for Early Morning/After Care
What to do if...
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM EBHS Share The Keys Presentation
6:30 PM - 7:30 PM 1st Grade Family Night at all Elementary Schools
A Message from Dr. Victor Valeski, Superintendent of Schools
Welcome to East Brunswick Public Schools, home to 11 nationally recognized educational facilities! Each one has its own distinct character but values and promotes excellence, in Academics, Athletics and the Arts.
In addition to providing exceptional educational opportunities in a safe and caring environment, East Brunswick Public Schools is about to start one of the most exciting and challenging years to date.
First the excitement:
We are launching a Learning Management System (LMS) at the East Brunswick High School and Churchill Junior High School. An LMS is an online repository of class material, discussions, assignments, assessments and more. New laptop computers for each 10th, 11th and 12th grader for their school and home use, while they are students with us, are supplementing this initiative.
Now the challenge:
Our elementary enrollment continues to rise. A report to the Board of Education, by the district’s demographer this past July, underscores the significance of the enrollment trends we are witnessing. From a conservative perspective, East Brunswick Public Schools will grow by over 500 new students by 2024. That is the equivalent of a new elementary school!
As we continue to evaluate options for the challenges we face, whether they be enrollment or a variety of other issues, we will continue to utilize our e3b model:
Examine our current condition.
Explore opportunities to improve students’ experiences in academics, athletics and the arts or any element impacting the culture of our schools and offices.
Engage all the appropriate stakeholders in a consensus decision for improvement.
Benchmark the results with data using a pre-defined standard.
As we invest in continuous improvement, we are committed to providing a rigorous, well-rounded and cutting edge education that will prepare our students to lead creative thinking for 21st Century solutions.
Dr. Victor P. Valeski, Superintendent of Schools