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Input on School Performance Reports: The New Jersey Department of Education is asking for your input into the kind of public school information that you would like reported annually. This is your opportunity to tell the state exactly what you want to see in the School Performance Reports (formerly called the School Report Cards) to ensure that you have access to information that can help you determine the quality of your local public schools. You are asked to spend approximately five minutes to complete the survey by way of the link below. The survey is entirely voluntary and anonymous. It will only ask for general demographic and school information so the Department of Education can ensure it is getting a representative sample from all parts of the state. The survey can be found online at: www.snapsurveys.com/wh/s.asp?k=146435784682.
Presentation to the Board of Education on May 10, 2016
Presentation to the Board of Education on May 10, 2016
Dr. Caputo presented at the February 9 Board of Education meeting the midyear update on the 2015-16 District Goals.
We created a Homework Forum webpage where we uploaded documents with links to articles discussing homework. A parent homework survey also resides on the webpage. Please take the time to fill out the survey.
Rick Cohen's, Assistant Superintendent, presentation of the 2014-2015 PARCC results.
Dr. Caputo presented QSAC to the Board and public at the November 10, 2015 Board of Education meeting.
Rick Cohen presented the Analysis of Standardized Test Data for 2014-2015 School Year at the November 10, 2015 Board of Education meeting.
PARCC has created a website for parents regarding the upcoming release of PARCC scores.
Superintendent Dr. Vincent Caputo presented the State of the Schools 2015-16 at the August 31, 2015 Staff In-service.

Metuchen Schools In the News

Donate that forgotten saxophone you used to play in middle school to Metuchen High School junior Alex Brooks, who is collecting instrument donations for Memorial High School in West New York.
When it comes to Central Jersey, Group 1, there’s Metuchen and then there’s the field.
Every year when Memorial Day Weekend gets set to begin, you can be sure of three things, burgers will be flipped, hot dogs will be eaten and the Metuchen High School track and field team will be competing for the top spot at the NJSIAA Sectional Championships.
When he gets his diploma on May 17, Aditya Uppuluri will make NJIT history: as far as records show, he's the first student ever to complete a bachelor’s degree in just two years.
Every year Campbell Elementary School Principal Ed Porowski challenges his students to push their limits and gives them a week to do it.
On April 7, 127 students at Campbell Elementary School in Metuchen competed in the Noetic Learning Math Contest (NLMC).
Of more than 6,000 fourth grade students who participated in the Partnership for a Drug-Free New Jersey (PDFNJ) Design a Fourth Grade Folder Contest, two Metuchen girls are part of the 30 finalists.
Each year, Metuchen’s Campbell Elementary School Principal Ed Porowski challenges his students to push their limits.
Optimum Community recently recognized students at Metuchen High School for participating in the seventh annual Charity Champions program that promotes volunteerism and encourages area high schools to raise funds for a charity of their choice.
Above and Beyond: How one teacher makes a difference on two continents.
The water bottle filling station at Metuchen High School has been a success with some 230,000 bottles saved over the past few years.
One hundred and six years after graduating its first class, Metuchen High School is announcing its inaugural Hall of Fame inductees.

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