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Superintendent Vincent Caputo addressed the Metuchen School District's faculty on their first in-service day of the school year. He introduced new hires and newly tenured staff. He also spoke about the district's goals for the 2014-2015 school year.
In accordance with the Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights (ABR), each school district in New Jersey is mandated to do a self assessment on their compliance with the law. Metuchen's self assessment follows:

Metuchen Schools In the News

Schools reopened with new offerings in Edison and Metuchen last week. Superintendent of Schools Vincent Caputo welcomed the 2,150 students back to Metuchen schools on September 2.
Bob Ulmer enters the second year of his second stint as head coach for the Metuchen High School football team, and he hopes the Bulldogs can improve on their 4-6 record in 2013.

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While some might consider thatched-roofed structures, little electricity, limited running water and outdoor latrines to be substandard vacation accommodations, a borough teacher didn’t mind at all
It’s no secret that Rachel Suss has talent, perhaps more than any distance runner to pass through Middlesex County in a long time.
There were less than 500 students walking the halls at Metuchen High School during Dorian Miller’s senior year in 2012.
Borough resident Kelsee Young closed out her high school experience in June by graduating and being granted an Enthusiastic Reader Award for her reading and involvement at the library.
Evan Robbins, a social studies teacher at Metuchen High School, never realized how profoundly a newspaper article on child slaves in 2006 would change his life.
The Metuchen High School Percussion Ensemble and Winter Guard win Gold Medals at this year's Tournament Indoor Association Chapter Ten Championships.
Each year, the Library of Congress's Center for the Book sponsors a contest called Letters About Literature.
Students at Metuchen High School recently learned the power of giving when they were presented with $1,000 from Optimum’s Power to Learn program.
Sixth-grade students at Edgar Middle School received — and in turn, provided — valuable lessons in honor of Women’s History Month.
NJEA Review's April issue highlights Moss School's Kindergarten teachers in the Great Ideas For Your Classroom section of the magazine.
In honor of Women's History Month, Power to Learn has partnered with C-SPAN to bring a "First Ladies: Influence and Image" learning experience to the 6th grade students at Edgar Middle School. "First Ladies"

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