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  • March Issue of Maroon & Gray Publishes

    Congratulations to the Journalism I and II students for publishing their March issue!

    In this issue, the students look at the global effects of COVID-19, the recent death of Kobe Bryant, the NHS Wrestling Regional Tournament, Voter Registration and profile the NHS custodians.

    Happy reading!
    https://maroonandgray.nutleyschools.org/

     

  • March 30th Special Board of Education Meeting

    The Nutley Board of Education will hold a Special Virtual Online Meeting on Monday, March 30, 2020 at 5:00 pm.

    The purpose of this meeting will be for the Board to discuss general district updates.

    Formal action will not be taken.

     

    Public Comments can be submitted two ways: 

  • Schoology Updates

    Please click here to read updates and information about Schoology Troubleshooting.

     

  • Catch-Up Day: Wednesday, April 1

    During these past few weeks, we’ve seen the world change. Our daily routines and learning environments are unrecognizable. Yet, we are all adapting. Our district transitioned to virtual learning at an accelerated pace.

  • NHS Principals' Virtual Weekly Update

    Please enjoy this new NHS virtual weekly update, created by Mr. Williams, Mrs. Devore and Mr. Materia.

    Click on the below link to watch.

    https://youtu.be/Qr2Ui-pA69c

     

  • Enrichment Activity Alert from the NY Times and Academic Boosters

    The New York Times Learning Network is running an editorial writing contest for high school students (aged 16 - 19) until mid-April. NOTE: the NYT contest is open to students as young as 10, but the younger ones can only submit entries through a teacher, so we are limiting this program to students 16 and up, who can submit on their own.

     

  • March 18th Board of Education Meeting

    The Board Meeting scheduled for Wednesday, March 18, 2020 at 6:30 PM in the JHWMS Choir Room will now take place as a Virtual Online Meeting.

    Formal action will be taken.

     

  • NHS Student Creates Cartoon for Virtual Learning

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    credit: Anais St. Amant

     

  • Altice Offers Nutley K-12 Families Free Wifi

    Please be advised that Altice offering free WIFI to those in the community who do not have internet at home. Below are numbers to call to access them. We are so grateful to Atlice for providing us support during this time.

     

  • SATs and Cafe Night Canceled

    Gov. Phil Murphy announced the spread of coronavirus in the state has prompted him to recommend the cancellation or postponement of all public gatherings of more than 250 people. 

    This would include the SATs scheduled for this coming Saturday at NHS and Cafe Night at NHS this Saturday as well.

    For more information on the SATs, visit the College Board website here.
    https://www.collegeboard.org/

    Cafe Night is postponed until May 30th.

    Thank you. 

  • Permitted Items Procedures at School Events

    Please review the permitted and non-permitted items procedures for our events.

  • NHS Journalism Students Publish February Issue of Maroon & Gray

    Please enjoy the February issue of the Maroon & Gray by clicking here. 

  • Congratulations to NHS Art Students

    Congratulations to Nutley High School students for participation in the 34th annual Mount Olive High School National Art Honor Society Invitational Art Competition.

    Each year, the Mt. Olive Chapter of National Art Honor Society invites selected high schools to send 10 pieces of artwork to the competition for consideration in a number of categories: Drawing/illustration, painting, sculpture, photography, digital art, crafts and open.

  • LIKE Screening Garners Large Turnout

    Close to 400 students, parents and staff members came out last night for dinner and a movie. In partnership with the Nutley Educational Foundation - NEF, the District presented a screening of the documentary LIKE, focusing on the perils of social media and the impact of technology on our lives. A panel discussion followed with NHS students, staff members as well as key members from our community. Thank you to all who came out for the event and for all those who helped make it possible especially  Nutley Family Service Bureau and the Nutley Police Department. 

  • National School Counseling Week Begins Today

    National School Counseling Week is February 3-7, 2020.  This week, we celebrate the unique contribution of school counselors and the tremendous impact they can have in helping students and families. School counselors help students in more ways than you realize, working to support students' academic, college, career, and social emotional development.  This week we celebrate them! Take a moment to thank your school counselor.

    Follow this link to learn more about the school counselors' role!

  • Middle Years bonus edition, "Being a Good Digital Citizen".

    Please see the Middle Years bonus edition, "Being a Good Digital Citizen".  Click HERE for English and HERE for Spanish.

  • Raiders Give Back at NHS

    The Raider Donation Holiday Party took place at NHS on Friday afternoon. Students and staff raised close to $1,000 and purchased toys for children in need at the Newark Children's Hospital. All those who participated were invited to the pizza party on Friday. 

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  • NHS Languages Students Visit Elementary Schools

    Last week, NHS Spanish and Italian Honor Society students visited Yantacaw and Spring Garden schools to read to the students in both languages! We are proud of their fluency and desire to be role models in the community by stressing the importance of bilingualism at a young age," said Coordinator of World Languages, Mrs. Julie Mitschow.

     

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  • NHS-TV Produces Veterans' Day and Thanksgiving Specials

    NHS-TV produced two important programs this month.

    Here is the link:

     

    Click here to watch the Patriots' Veterans Day Program.

     

    Click here to watch the Thanksgiving special.

     

  • NHS Students Attend Jets' Sports Business Day

    NHS students attended the Jets' Sports Business Day. Students listened to Jets executives who work in business, sports marketing and management while receiving an exclusive behind the scenes tour of MetLife Stadium. The tour included 12 stadium locations, including the press box, locker room, premium clubs and field. The event was hosted by Mr. Ocejo and Mrs. Yasso.

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  • Instant Decision Day Takes Place at NHS

    Instant Decision Day is taking place at NHS all day today. NHS participating seniors are scheduled for on-site interviews with up to 11 different college admissions representatives and can be admitted and awarded scholarships right here in our building. It's an exciting day for our students. Good luck and congratulations to those already accepted! A special thanks to our School Counseling department for this exciting day!

  • Substitute Teaching Opportunities

    The Nutley Public School district invites those interested to apply for substitute teaching positions. For more information and to apply, please click here.

     

  • NHS Auditorium Restoration Now Complete

    This week, we are pleased to announce that the NHS Auditorium Restoration Project is officially completed.

    Please join our NHS Patriot Club next Tuesday night, November 12th at 7pm for the annual Veterans' Day Program, which will be held in our newly restored NHS auditorium.

    Pictured here are Nutley Public Schools' district administrators, teachers and Board of Education member as well as those who have helped to make this restoration possible.

  • Drinking Water Reports

    Below are the drinking water reports for each specific school. Please click on the school name to view the report.

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  • Week of Respect Recognized in all Schools

    The Nutley School District will observe the Week of Respect beginning Monday, October 7.  In order to recognize the importance of character education, each school will provide age-appropriate instruction focusing on the prevention of harassment, intimidation, and bullying. 

  • NHS Recognizes AP Scholars

    Every fall, the AP Program recognizes high school students nationwide who have demonstrated outstanding college-level achievement through their performance on multiple AP Exams.

    Congratulations to current NHS seniors who received 
    the AP Scholar awards for them AP Program. These students received scores of 3 or higher on three or more AP exams.

  • NHS Senior Receives Prestigious Art Award

    NHS senior and AP art student, Anais St Amant Senior AP art student recently received her acceptance letter into the Scholarship Class for Talented High School Students at The Art Students League of New York.

    Anais is the lead Set Club painter and National Art Honor Society Finance secretary. According to her art teacher of four years, Mrs. Theresa Lappostato, Anais is, ‚Äúa pretty amazing and humble student.‚ÄĚ

  • Department of Children and Families' Abuse Hotline Details

    Last month, Governor Phil Murphy signed a law that requires all schools to publicly post the Department of Children and Families‚Äô Child Abuse Hotline number ‚Äď also called the State Central Registry (SCR) ‚Äď so that students as well as teachers and administrators are made aware that it exists and can easily call, if needed.¬†

    Click here to read more details. 

  • Dr. Glazer Welcomes Back Students

    Please click here to read the Welcome Back letter from Dr. Glazer. We look forward to seeing staff on Tuesday, September 3 and students on Wednesday, September 4.

     

  • Nurse/Medical Forms Available

    The below forms are now available for the 2019-2020 school year.

    Authorization for Medication

    Inhaler Waiver

    Medical Exam Form

    Asthma Treatment Plan 

  • NHS Students Conduct Nutley Interviews with Local Residents

    The AP US History students at Nutley High School completed an Oral History Capstone Project in which they interviewed members of the community, school or their family in order to gain a better understanding of a person’s life experience and the impact that had on either our town or their family. Some of the interviews conducted include: Mayor Joseph Scarpelli, Former Mayor Joanne Cocchiola, Lt. Christopher Rosati (NHS History Teacher), Former BOE Member Patti Williams, Nutley Hall of Fame Member Dr.

  • Summer Meals Available this Summer

    Summer meals are served free to children and teens 18 and under in communities across New Jersey.

    No enrollment, no I.D. required. Click here for more information. 

  • 1:1 Chromebook Handbook and Payment Information
    As part of the Nutley Public Schools' ongoing district-wide, long-term technology plan, all sixth grade students were issued a Hewlett Packard 14" G4 Chromebook starting in January 2017. Starting in September of 2018, all students in grades six through twelve were issued their own Chromebooks
  • 2019 Summer Reading List

    All K-12 students attending the Nutley Public Schools during the 2019-2020 school year will have the opportunity to select books that they are interested in and motivated to read during the summer. By providing students with an element of choice, we believe that the students will be more engaged and committed to read this summer.

    View the Nutley Public Schools Summer Reading Program "Choice Matters" here.

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  • Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights Grade - 2017-2018

    The New Jersey Department of Education has released school and district HIB grades as per the Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights (ABR) Act.  The Nutley Public Schools has posted its Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights Act grades for the 2017-2018 school year to the district's homepage, the HIB webpage, and to each individual school's webpage.  These grades were determined by a district self-assessment released by the New Jersey Department of Education Commissioner.  If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Joseph Cappello, the Anti-Bullying Coordinator, at 973-661-8989.  

  • Dr. Glazer Shares Year-End Thoughts

    Dear Nutley Parents, Staff and Community Members,

    Tonight, we will watch as our Nutley High School Class of 2019 graduates walk out onto the Oval for the last time as our students. When they next return, it will be as alumni.

    We are so proud of their individual and class accomplishments; academically, athletically, artistically and as members of the community. In addition to these achievements, the Nutley Public School district has much to celebrate this year as well.

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The Nutley School District serves approximately 4,100 students in Kindergarten through grade 12. The five elementary schools serve students K-6 and include Lincoln School, Radcliffe School, Spring Garden School, Washington School and Yantacaw School. John H. Walker Middle School serves students in grades 7-8 while Nutley High School addresses the needs of students in grades 9-12.