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Q&A: Why are we overcrowded? qa

There is not just one reason why our buildings are overcrowded. 

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Referendum: Fact vs. Rumor facts

The Nutley Public School district offers more facts on the December 12th Referendum.

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Referendum 2017: What Your Vote Means factsheet

Click here to read more about what your vote means on Tuesday, December 12th. 

Township of Nutley Releases Polling Locations and Times for December 12th Referendum

Important information from the Township of Nutley regarding polling times and locations for the Special Board of Education election on Tuesday, December 12th. Click here. 

Referendum: What You Need to Know vote

On October 10, the Nutley Public School district began to publish Frequently Asked Questions, weekly, on their Facebook page. @NutleySchoolsNJ. They are listed below and will be updated here weekly.

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Nutley Public Schools' Construction Projects: "What We Looked At"

The district looked at a myriad of construction options before putting the proposed referendum out to the community. Read about all the details here.

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NHS Offers Something for All Students

Students at all levels of Nutley High School have many courses, programs and extracurricular activities to choose from. Whether students are looking to explore new electives in robotics, writing or business, the rigor of advanced placement courses, the challenge of varsity sports and enriching artistic programs, or vocational opportunities, there is something for all students at NHS.

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Board of Education Votes for Referendum Election on December 12th

The Nutley Board of Education voted unanimously on Monday night to hold a special vote on December 12, 2017. The referendum includes four schools projects/additions: Washington, Yantacaw, JHWMS and NHS. To view the presentation from Monday's Town Hall, please click here.

District-Wide Drinking Water Lead Test Results

Our school system is committed to protecting student, teacher, and staff health. To protect our community and be in compliance with the Department of Education regulations, the Nutley School District tested our schools' drinking water for lead.

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