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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).


Anti-Bullying Specialist
Debbie Giannuzzzi
(609) 296-7131 Ext. 3021

Affirmative Action Officer
Erin Lichtenwalner
(609) 296-1719 Ext. 1029

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Superintendent’s Message
Melissa Ann McCooley

As a former community member and 1994 graduate of Pinelands Regional High School, I am truly honored to be serving as your superintendent. Growing up in this warm and nurturing environment, I experienced first-hand the level of support that all students deserve. I believe that leadership is defined as utilizing one’s innate traits, developed abilities, and life lessons to cultivate a collaborative environment while empowering all stakeholders in a quest to reach a common goal. Parents play a key role in the emotional growth and academic success of their children. School administrators, teachers, and support staff are the backbone of our educational institutions. Working together, with the compassion we possess regarding education, student success is inevitable. The word “no” is not an option for our students because they are capable of accomplishing great things. YES I CAN!!  


BOE Meeting

The next meeting of the Board of Education will be held on Monday, August 17, 2015. Public session begins at 6:00 p.m. 
The Study Commission on Use of Student Assessments in New Jersey announced several dates the body plans to take public testimony. Information can be found at the Study Commission on Use of Assessments Announces Public Hearings.________________________________________________________________________
The Little Egg Harbor School District is aware of the recent spread of Enterovirus D68 in New Jersey and would like to raise awareness regarding the preventative measures that parents can take at home, and the preventative measures that the Little Egg Harbor School District will be taking inside our buildings. More information about how the Little Egg Harbor School District will be handling EV-D68 can be found in our Parent Guide, here. Any additional information regarding EV-D68 will be posted at our Medical Information page for simple access. The Ocean County Office of Health Services has also provided a fact sheet outlining how they will be handling EV-D68, and how you can help prevent its spread. ________________________________________________________________________
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 has instituted new policies for Harassment, Intimidation, and Bullying. Links to the policies can be found below. Please select your language of choice.

To view the Little Egg Harbor HIB Self Assessment report, please click here.

Harassment, Intimidation, and Bullying Policies
Harassment, Intimidation, and Bullying Regulations
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.
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.________________________________________________________________________



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