In order to prepare our children to be productive and responsible citizens, the Mission of the Little Egg Harbor Township School District is to develop and maintain a collaborative and nurturing learning environment fostering individual abilities and encouraging all children to achieve their highest potential. We expect all children to meet or exceed the grade level benchmarks set forth in the New Jersey Core Curriculum Content Standards (NJCCCS).
|2014- 2015 Preschool Open House and Registration
Do you know a child who will be three or four years old on or before October 1, 2014?
Open House: April 1st 10:00 – 11:00 AM Robert C. Wood Sr., Early Childhood Center
Registration: April 2nd 1:00 – 2:30 PM Robert C. Wood Sr., Early Childhood Center
April 3rd 4:30 – 5:30 PM Robert C. Wood Sr., Early Childhood Center
Week of the Young Child
Come enjoy a family concert starring The Cat’s Pajamas
Saturday, April 5th
Doors open at 10:30 AM at the Frog Pond School
For more information about the band log on to: http://www.howlinrecords.com/
Contact Jacqueline Colley, Community Parent involvement Specialist at 609-296-7131 ext. 4101 for more information________________________________________________________________________
|THE RESULTS ARE IN! The Little Egg Harbor Cultural and Education Community Foundation hosted The Leprechaun 5k Walk/Run on Saturday, March 15, 2014. The results of the race can be found here. An Image gallery is also available to you, here. If you are listed as a place finisher and you haven’t received your medal, please contact the Administrative Office at 296-1719 & speak to Deb Christensen.We hope you all had a great time!________________________________________________________________________|
|The Little Egg Harbor School District hosted a public budget meeting at the Frog Pond Elementary School, on March 11th. The goal of this public budget meeting was to generate input prior to the finalization of the budget and help the public understand the process and state mandates that impact the budget development process. The presentation from the public budget meeting can be viewed here. Minutes from the meeting can be found here.
|Nutri-Serve and the Little Egg Harbor Cafeteria staff would like you to know that you can access your child's lunch account from here to make payments and to view purchases. LunchTime Access. A link can also be found under the Parent Resources. A Parent Guide can be found here. Also, please see Civil Rights Compliance Information here.________________________________________________________________________|
|The Little Egg Harbor School District realized that the safety of your children is of the upmost importance. As such, we have prepared a short PDF detailing all of the steps that we take to ensure that our students can learn in a safe and secure environment. ________________________________________________________________________|
|The Little Egg Harbor School District offers before and after care for your children through our Community School program. Information regarding this program can be found here.________________________________________________________________________|
|The Little Egg Harbor School District has instituted new policies for Harassment, Intimidation, and Bullying. Links to the policies can be found below. Please select your language of choice.
| Preschool registrations are accepted throughout the school year. To register your child, you will need your child's birth certificate, immunization record, current physical, and proof of residency in Little Egg Harbor. You can find more information on the Family Central page. The preschool registration packets are now available in both English and Spanish. The Early Childhood Main Office will be open 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM Monday-Friday, when school is in session.
|Open Enrollment for our Discovery and Play Program! Choose from one to three days a week, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 9:30am until 12:30PM. Certified Nursery School Teacher.________________________________________________________________________|
|Incorporating Animal-Assisted Therapy (AAT) as an additional intervention within a child’s educational plan is a fairly new concept and Nola loves her job. Nola’s purpose is to work with children who are physically, developmentally, or emotionally disabled, as well as others who can benefit from the unique qualities that interaction with an animal can provide. AAT is goal-directed - there is a specific end in mind. Nola will help motivate the achievement of a wide variety of goals and objectives within a school environment. You can visit Nola's website here.________________________________________________________________________|
|If your home has been damaged by Super Storm Sandy, O.C.E.A.N., Inc. would like to assist you in your recovery. Please read this flyer for more information on how to contact O.C.E.A.N., Inc. Applications for their Weatherization Program can be found here, while applications for their Community Partners Outreach & Relief Fund program can be found here.
A message from the
Superintendent of Schools
Dr. Frank Kasyan
Winter 2014 has certainly started with a little punch! A snow day our second day back from winter break and a delayed opening the following week. I’m hoping that’s the worst of the winter we’ll see this year. Our Board of Education held their annual Reorganization Meeting on Tuesday 1/7/2014. Congratulations to our newest board members John Bellone, Martha “June” Palan and August Daleo who re-elected to a second term. My sincerest thanks to Karl Held and Robert Sanzari who served as members of our Board of Education for three years. Their commitment and dedication was deeply appreciated and will you will both be missed.
We have a number of workshops and events on the horizon. The PTA will be sponsoring a “Summer in Winter” Dinner and Movie Night on Friday, January 17th. Dinner is at 6:00pm and the movie will begin at 6:30. A great way to spend an old fashioned family evening at no cost! Thursday, February 13th from 6:30pm – 8:30pm we will be hosting our 2nd STEM Presentation and Training by Dr. Norma Boakes, Assistant Professor of Mathematics Education from the Richard Stockton College of New Jersey. She will demonstrate how origami “project” can be used to understand math concepts within the common core. The program will begin at 6:30pm.
LEH Parent Academy will be hosting a presentation on “Internet Safety” with Agent Brubaker from the Ocean Prosecutors Office on Thursday, February 27th from 6:30pm – 7:30pm. In March we will be hosting an evening on how to “Prepare Your Child for NJASK Testing.”
We will have childcare available for all meetings! Chinese proverb - “Tell me and I’ll forget; show me and I may remember; involve me and I’ll understand.” We look forward to seeing you!
Please note, there is no school for students on Monday, January 20th – Martin Luther King’s Birthday and the district will be closed for Energy Savings Week February 17th – 21st.
Dr. Frank Kasyan