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Designated a "High Performing School District" by the NJ Department of Education

222 Ridge Road, North Arlington, New Jersey 07031
201-991-6800
Dr. Stephen M. Yurchak, Superintendent of Schools

Board of Education North Arlington
High School
North Arlington
Middle School
Thomas Jefferson
Elementary School
Franklin D. Roosevelt
Elementary School
George Washington
Elementary School
No Child Left Behind Special Education Important Information Helpful Links  



CURRENT ACCOUNCEMENTS!

Early College Program Invitation!


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Click HERE for a copy of our presentation!


Results from our recent 2017 Survey!
DISTRICT NEWS

Feedback on New Jersey's School Performance Report

Feedback on New Jersey's ESSA State Plan

Specialized Pre-K Program


Statewide Parent Advocacy Network Project

Lead Results - Drinking Water Outlets

Kindergarten Immunizations

SCHOOL UNIFORM POLICY

North Arlington School District Uniform Vendor:

Mail Direct LLC
515 Valley Brook Avenue
Lyndhurst, NJ
201-933-2782

Pictures of Approved Uniforms

Click Here for On-line Orders

Staff Order Form

MDPC Promotion Flyer!

 

DELAYED OPENING SCHEDULES

**Middle and High School**
Students: Start at 9:30am
Teachers: Arrive by 9:20am

**Elementary Schools**
Students: Start at 10:00am
Teachers: Arrive by 9:50am

**Specialized Pre-K Classes**
AM Students: Start at 10:00am
PM Students: Start at 1:30pm

IMPORTANT LETTER FROM SUPERINTENDENT

 


North Arlington School Age Child Care (SACC) Program


On-Line Lunch Fund Accounts

Instruction Guide

PayForIt

Free & Reduced Lunch Progam

PaySchools

User Guide - English

User Guide - Spanish

Parent Portal

Parent Portal

Student Portal

Student Portal

Technology Policies

Elementary Schools

Middle School

High School

Parent Handbooks

Elementary Schools

Middle School

High School

Additional Links

North Arlington High School Sports Schedules.

Cafeteria Menu
Food Service Letter to Parents
Food Service Letter to Parents
District Wellness Policy
Regarding Absences
School Lunch Nutrition Information
Summer Food Program Information

NAHS Music Department Website

NAHS Guidance Newsletter

NAHS Hall of Fame Information

Special Education Parent Advisory
Committee Meeting Dates:

Location:  High School Media Center
Time:  7:00pm to 8:00pm

Wednesday, October 18, 2017

Click here for the flyer on "Parents as Leaders in Early Childhood:  Creating Change so ALL Children Succeed" Project!

School & Community Resources

Did  You Know?

Register Ready - Special Needs Registry for Disasters

Field Video

Video of the New Edwin "Rip" Collins Field

FBI Launches Child ID Mobile App

NJ Family Care Health Insurance Information

2NDFLOOR® New Jersey’s Youth Helpline
Toll-free, anonymous and confidential helpline.
Available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.
For New Jersey young people, ages 10 to 24.
Youth can call 2NDFLOOR at 1-888-222-2228 to speak
with professionals and trained volunteers who listen
attentively, non-judgmentally and compassionately
to issues and problems they are facing.
Visit www.2NDFLOOR.org for more information.

Additional Community Information

Alumni Information

North Arlington Nixle Annoucements

NJDOE para los Padres que hablan Espanol

Este portal bilingüe le ofrece información, recursos, y consejos prácticos para los padres que hablan Espanol para ayudarles a entender el sistema educativo y para ofrecerles información y recursos sobre sus opciones, posibilidades y derechos

District Information

A Thank You Regarding Safety Measures from an Alumni

District Press Releases

Job Opportunities in our Schools

When to Text 911

Assessment Resources for Parents and Students

2017-18 Assessment Schedule (English)

2017-18 Assessment Schedule (Spanish)

PARCC Letter Regarding ISRs

New Jersey State Assessments

PARCC Information for Parents and Guardians

Parent PARCC Questions Answered

Guide to Finding and Using PARCC Test Questions

Understanding the PARCC Scores – Resources for Parents

Dynamic Learning Maps (DLM) Parent Brochure

DLM: Understanding Your Child’s Performance and Learning Profiles

For Parents of English Language Learners (ELLs) – Access for ELLs 2.0

Registration Information

Pre-Registration Form
Registration Information

District Calendars

2017-2018 Academic Calendar
October 2017 Activities Calendar

District Newsletters

June 2017

Additional Links

State Fiscal Stabilization Fund (SFSF) Program
User Friendly Budget 2017-18

2016-2017 Budget Presentation April 2016
Anti Bullying Policy & Procedures
HIB and AA Training Presentation and Survey

2015-16 HIB District & School Grade Report
Affirmative Action
District Mission Statement

District Goals
Bylaws, Policies, and Regulations for the BOE
Bergen County Prosecutors Office Information
OPRA Request Form
DOE Website
FERPA Notice
Title I - Parents' Right to Know
Titulo I - Derecho de los Padres a Saber
Curriculum in our Schools

 

For Teachers/Staff Only:

Teacher Resource Page
District Email

North Arlington Public Schools

Affirmative Action Statement

 

The Board’s affirmative action program shall recognize and value the diversity of persons and groups within society and promote the acceptance of persons of diverse backgrounds regardless of race, creed, color, national origin, ancestry, age, marital status, affectional or sexual orientation, gender, gender identity or expression, religion, disability, or socioeconomic status.  The affirmative action program will also promote equal educational opportunity and foster a learning environment that is free from all forms of prejudice, discrimination, and harassment based upon race, creed, color, national origin, ancestry, age, marital status, affectional or sexual orientation, gender, gender identity or expression, religion, disability, or socioeconomic status in the policies, programs, and practices of the Board of Education.

 

Michael Burke, Director of Special Education and Coordinator of Section 504/ADA:

NAHS Child Study Team Office: 222 Ridge Road, North Arlington, New Jersey 07031

201-991-6800 ext. 2100

 

Mrs. Jennifer Rodriguez, Principal of Jefferson/Affirmative Action Officer School/ Coordinator of Title IX:

100 Prospect Avenue, North Arlington, New Jersey, 07031

201-991-6800 ext. 2400

 

El programa de acción afirmativa de la Junta deberá reconocer y valorar la diversidad de personas y grupos dentro de la sociedad y promover la aceptación de personas de distintos orígenes sin importar raza, credo, color, origen nacional, ascendencia, edad, estado civil, orientación afectiva o sexual, género, identidad de género o expresión, religión, discapacidad o estatus socioeconómico. El programa de acción afirmativa también promoverá la igualdad de oportunidades educativas y fomentará un ambiente de aprendizaje que esté libre de toda forma de prejuicio, discriminación y acoso basado en raza, credo, color, origen nacional, ascendencia, edad, estado civil, orientación afectiva o sexual, género, identidad de género o expresión, religión, discapacidad o estatus socioeconómico en las políticas, programas y prácticas de la Junta de educación.

Señor Michael Burke, Director de Educación Especial y Cordinadora de la Sección 504/ADA:
Oficina del Equipo de Estudio de Niños:
222 Ridge Road, North Arlington, New Jersey 07031

201-991-6800 extension 2100 NAHS.

 

Señora Jennifer Rodriguez, Directora de la Escuela Jefferson/Oficial de Acción Afirmativa/Consejera Título IX:  

100 Prospect Avenue, North Arlington, New Jersey, 07031

201-991-6800 ext. 2400.


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This page was updated on June 20, 2017