Notices: For current district based notices go to the Support Our Schools Page on the District Home page and school Virtual Backpacks
East Brunswick Public Schools provides a supportive and dynamic environment for the entire community intended to cultivate knowledge, provide continuing learning opportunities, and promote health on behalf of our students and community.
Current Community Notices:
The East Brunswick High School Girls Soccer Booster Association is hosting an Applebee's Flapjack breakfast on Sunday, November 26th from 8 AM - 10 AM. Please see flyer for more information.
Boy Scout Troop 501 is having a fundraising shopping event at Five Below every weekend beginning November 23rd. Please see flyer for exact dates and times.
East Brunswick Boy Scout Troop 223 celebrates 50 years of scouting excellence. Learn leadership skills and make friends that will last a lifetime. 73 Eagle Scouts and counting! Come see what scouting is all about! Open to boys 5th grade through 12th grade. For more information visit us online at www.troop223nj.com or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org Please see Flyer for more information.
The East Brunswick Education Foundation will be hosting a bookfair at Barnes and Noble on Saturday, December 2nd. Please see flyer for more information.
New BSA Troop 501: We'd like to introduce BSA Troop 501, the newest Boy Scout Unit in East Brunswick. Boys in grade 6 through age 17 who are interested (particularly in learning leadership skills, as well as the skills needed to survive a zombie apocalypse) are welcome. Please contact BSATroop501NJ@gmail.com for information.
A Town Hall Series on Knock Out Opioid Abuse will be held on December 12th at 7 PM at Hammarskjold Middle School. Please see flyer for more information. The opioid crisis is a growing concern across the country. In an effort to help prevent opioid abuse in our community, East Brunswick Public Schools have partnered with Drug Free NJ and the East Brunswick Municipal Alliance to bring a Town Hall conversation to East Brunswick. A panel of experts will engage in a conversation about prevention and support. Please join us for this important topic.
The East Brunswick Bears Cheerleaders are hosting their 2nd Annual Cheerleading Challenge on Sunday, February 18th at the High School. Please see flyer for more information. To register, please submit registration form.
The EBEA Educational Support Professional Council, EBEA Pride Committee and EBPS and Churchill's Sources of Strength Club are having a Winter Coat Drive from October 23rd through November 18th. Collection bins are located in the main lobby of each school and in the Administration Building. Please see flyer for more information.
Indian Culture of East Brunswick presents AATMA Performing Arts classes in East Brunswick. Please see flyer for more information.
The East Brunswick Recreation Fall/Winter Magazine is now online. Please see link for more information http://online.flipbuilder.com/vwcw/ttsa/.
The East Brunswick Education Association's PRIDE Committee will once again be showing its Pride in Public Education through our Learning Across the District presentations at monthly Board of Education meetings. Each month, students and staff from a different building(s) will be showcased, demonstrating the great things happening throughout the district.