In continued support of our district goal to provide wellness opportunities for staff, the Nutley Family Service Bureau is hosting the following Mental Well-Being Workshops as part of their ongoing series.
March 4th ‐ 7:00‐8:00 pm - Meditation & Movement
April 1st ‐ 7:00‐8:00 pm - Unlocking Potential through Yoga
May 6th ‐ 7:00‐8:00 pm - NeuroMovement: Connecting Mind and Body
June 3rd ‐ 7:00‐8:00 pm - Gentle Yoga/Senior Movement
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.
Many K‐12 school administrators, teachers and staff in New Jersey are concerned about the current outbreak of the 2019 Novel Coronavirus (2019‐nCoV) and potential impacts to their school communities and wish to take appropriate steps to mitigate any risks. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is working hard to learn as much as possible about this 2019‐nCoV so that we can better understand how it spreads and characterize its associated illness.
The Nutley Public School District offers a free, full-day kindergarten program for residents of Nutley. Children must be five years of age by October 1, 2020. Kindergarten registration for the September 2020 class will be held in the Nutley High School cafeteria from 4:00pm - 7:30pm according to your school zone as listed:
March 3 - Lincoln and Radcliffe School
March 4 - Yantacaw School
March 5 - Spring Garden School
March 9 - Washington School
March 10 - All schools
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!
TREP$, short for enTREPreneur$, teaches students in grades 4-8 how to start their own businesses in 6-8 weeks. They learn the lessons in the six weekly workshops, and apply them at home as they build their business with the help of their families. The whole school community comes out to enjoy the TREP$ Marketplace where the young entrepreneurs launch their businesses together.
At the elementary level, there were many computer programming activities and concepts taught during Computer Science Education Week in the school library media centers.
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.
FUN FOR ALL Special Needs Recreation Program now accepting registrations
The Nutley Department of Parks and Recreation is offering a variety of weekly
Sporting programs for students with special needs.
FUN FOR ALL is an adaptive recreation program offering a variety of seasonal
sports and social activities on a weekly basis throughout the school year.
Participation in the program will introduce your child to the tremendous benefits
of sports where the focus is more on learning the basics, enjoying fitness,
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.
Garden, spearheaded the school-wide Constitution Day as students celebrated the birthday the U.S. government. As the students discussed, the United States Constitution was adopted by the Founding Fathers at the Constitutional Convention in Philadelphia 232 years ago. The day was a great way for students to learn and share information about the history of the United State of America.
Last month, Governor Phil Murphy signed a law that requires all schools to publicly post the Department of Children and Families’ Child Abuse Hotline number – also called the State Central Registry (SCR) – so that students as well as teachers and administrators are made aware that it exists and can easily call, if needed.
Registration for the 2019-20 Nutley Extended Day Program is open. Please register here.
As we get closer to September, myschoolbucks.com will be open for you to pay for registration and the month of September. We will email you to confirm registration and ask you to pay.
- 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
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.
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.
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.