Girls’ Wrestling is the fastest growing sport in New Jersey and in the country. Nutley High School is ahead of the curve.
We are writing to you tonight, out of an abundance of caution. Late this evening, we learned that earlier today, a school bus was stolen from Livingston. Police have confirmed that it has not been recovered.
As we continue to plan for the future of the Nutley Public Schools, we have reached a point where it is critical to gather feedback from the staff, parents, and the community-at-large to assess the needs of the district and the priorities of all stakeholders.
We are including, below, a link to a Community Survey. Please take several minutes to complete it and share your thoughts. The survey will remain open until Friday, January 20, 2023.
Nutley Public Schools will be accepting Kindergarten Registration for the incoming 2023-2024 class beginning March 1st, 2023. Eligible children must have reached their 5th birthday o
The Nutley Public School District is fortunate to have the opportunity to provide free, high-quality preschool to enrolled students. We provide a 6 -our school day program, Monday through Friday, for our 3 and 4-year-old students. Hours are typically 8:45am until 2:45pm, but are subject to vary depending on the location. Raising Raiders follows the Nutley Public Schools' calendar, in all locations.
We are pleased to be offering our Local Scholarship Program to the class of 2023. Both NHS seniors and non-NHS students who live in Nutley are eligible to apply.
BE IT RESOLVED that the regular monthly meetings of the Board of Education of the Township of Nutley be held as noted, and
At the January 3rd Board of Education meeting, Board members Dr. Thomas D'Elia, Mr. Charlie Kucinski and Mrs. Teri Quirk were sworn in for three-year terms.
Mr. Sal Ferraro was elected President of the Board of Education and Mr. Sal Balsamo was elected Vice President.