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    Louis D. Figueroa, Assistant Superintendent
    Anti-Bullying Coordinator
    Alternate Affirmative Action Officer
    Karen Keegan, Confidential Secretary
    Sharon Feniello, Secretary
    Vanita Nargund, Bookkeeper
    732-613-6750
    FAX: 732-698-1324
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    Athletics



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    Clubs/ Activities/Athletics/Academic Teams 
    School clubs and activities are an integral part of the educational program in the East Brunswick Public Schools.  The benefits of participating in co-curricular activities include developing leadership, organizational and socialization skills and enabling our students to explore a wide range of interests.  Clubs begin in the elementary schools where there are activities such as chorus, student council, safety patrol and art enrichment. There are also district wide beginner and intermediate bands and orchestra.  A varied array of club opportunities are available at the middle, junior and high school.

    Club Guidelines Parents


    General Education Inclusive Preschool Program

    Student Activities/Services 
    732-613-6750

    5 days/week- two-and-one half (2½) hours per day AM or PM
    Location is determined based on student enrollment and room availability.

    This preschool program is open to 3 and 4 year old children residing in East Brunswick. To be eligible for the 2016-2017 school year, children must be three years of age by October 31, 2016 and not age eligible for kindergarten (5 years of age by October 31, 2016). Children must also be toilet trained.

    This program provides an inclusive educational environment for preschool children aligned with the New Jersey Department of Education Preschool Teaching & Learning Expectations:Standards of Quality.  The classes, taught by certified teachers and supported with paraprofessional aides, include both typically developing and special needs preschool children.

    The tuition based program is five days per week and follows the ten-month school calendar. Tuition is not assessed for families eligible for free and reduced lunch.  Transportation for this program is the responsibility of the parent/guardian.

    See application.

    Application Process:
    (available online or at Student Activities and Services Office, 760 Route 18)
    A limited number of openings are available for this program.
    Requests for specific sessions will be considered based on the number of applicants. However, there are no guarantees for parental requested placements.

    If you are concerned that your preschool child ages three to five may have a developmental delay in motor, social, and/or language areas, or if your child has a diagnosed disability, call the Special Education Department-(732) 613-6748.

    Special Education

    The special education department is responsible for the educational programs of all identified and classified disabled children in the district and for evaluating and diagnosing children who are believed to be in need of special education programs. The child study team makes recommendations for placement and services.


    Student Services