Dear Parents, Families, Staff, and Students,
I am so pleased to share that we are moving forward with plans for outdoor grade level promotions for each school and for Nutley High School graduation. Following is a schedule of these events.
As per the Nutley Public Schools’ Academic Calendar, with one snow day remaining, the last day of school for staff and students will be Wednesday, June 23. Monday, June 21, Tuesday, June 22, and Wednesday June 23 will be single session days for students.
Monday, June 14: 9:00 AM Radcliffe Kindergarten Promotion
10:45 AM Radcliffe 6th Grade Promotion
Tuesday, June 15: Radcliffe Rain Date
Thursday, June 17: 9:15 AM Spring Garden Grade 6 Promotion
1:00 PM Spring Garden Pre-School Promotion
Friday, June 18: 9:15 AM Spring Garden Kindergarten Promotion
Spring Garden Pre-School Rain Date
9:00 AM Washington Kindergarten Promotion
11:00 AM Washington Grade 6 Promotion
9:00 AM Yantacaw Kindergarten Promotion
11:00 AM Yantacaw Grade 6 Promotion
Monday, June 21: 9:00 AM Lincoln Kindergarten Promotion
11:00 AM Lincoln Grade 6 Promotion
9:15 AM Spring Garden Kindergarten Rain Date
11:00 AM Spring Garden Grade 6 Rain Date
9:00 AM Washington Kindergarten Rain Date
11:00 AM Washington Grade 6 Rain Date
9:00 AM Yantacaw Kindergarten Rain Date
11:00 AM Yantacaw Grade 6 Rain Date
Tuesday, June 22: 1:00 PM Lincoln Kindergarten Rain Date
2:30 PM Lincoln Grade 6 Rain Date
If both dates can’t be used, a recording of just the elementary students (no visitors) will be shared.
Tuesday, June 22: John H. Walker Middle School Morning Promotion Ceremony, Tangorra Field at the Nutley Park Oval
Wednesday, June 23: John H. Walker Middle School Morning Promotion Ceremony Rain Date
Thursday, June 24: Nutley High School Morning Graduation Ceremony, Tangorra Field at the Nutley Park Oval
We look forward to all of our year end celebrations! We will make them as traditional as possible within the constraints of the health and safety guidelines at the time of the event. Additional information and details will be coming from your building administrators.
As always, please continue to wear face masks in our school buildings, socially distance, and use hygiene practices such as frequent handwashing. This will mitigate the risk of COVID 19 spread, allow us to continue in-person operations, and plan for the best structure of educational services and programs to minimize risk to staff, students, and the community.