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Parent, Student, Community Member Surveys

  • Survey The Educational Facilities and District Direction 2016 Survey is now available.

    We are reaching out to all of our parents, staff and community  members to ask for their input relative to the current condition of our schools, the future plans for our district, and suggested enhancements for the district's facilities and grounds. The Educational Facilities and District Direction 2016 Survey will enable you to provide us with the details and answers we need to continue to and better meet the needs of our community. Please take a few minutes to complete the survey between now and June 20th. We appreciate your time and invaluable feedback. 
    Please feel free to share the link with individuals throughout Caldwell and West Caldwell. The link will also be available from the homepage of our website, our Facebook and Twitter Feeds and other school and community communications. Thank you.
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District News and Information

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    Memorial Day Weekend - Friday through Tuesday

    Reminder - CWC Schools are CLOSED from Friday, May 27th, through Tuesday, May 31st. Students return to school on Wednesday, June 1st. Enjoy the LONG weekend and THANK YOU to all of our veterans.

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  • BOE Elections 2016

    Thinking of running for a spot on the Board of Education? Click here for important dates, application and details.

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  •  Bond Basics

    Bond Renovations in Progress (Updated 05-16-16)

    New things are happening every day! Wondering what is happening on Bonnel Field, where we are with the new data center, or just what has been done on any of the major bond projects? Click the headline for an ongoing photo gallery the depicts some of our progress. Thank you for your support!

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    #TooYoungtoVote - on CNN

    Our JCHS students made us proud once again as they spoke with CNN Digital News Correspondent Kelly Wallace. The piece was posted this morning and can be viewed by clicking the headline. Be sure to read the article below the video for more insights and opinions from our students. The piece is being promoted on our home page and in CNN Health (http://www.cnn.com/health) and CNN Parents (http://www.cnn.com/specials/living/cnn-parents). It will also get traction across CNN’s social networks. Stay tuned to CNN to view the piece or parts of the piece on National television throughout the week!

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  •  Mollie DeFillipo

    JCHS Student Mollie DeFilippo: Paper Mill Playhouse Rising Star Nominee

    The nominations for the 2016 Paper Mill Playhouse Rising Stars Awards were announced on Monday, May 9. James Caldwell H.S. Junior, Mollie DeFilippo, has been nominated in the category of Outstanding Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role for her performance as Gertrude McFuzz in this year's spring musical, Seussical the Musical. Click on the headline to see the complete list of nominees. Congratulations to Mollie on this Outstanding accomplishment.

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  • District Demographic Study

    To view the presentation given at the May 9, 2016, Board of Education meeting by Superintendent Dr. James Heinegg on the district's most recent demographic study, click the headline above.

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    Snow Day Give Back

    On Monday, April 18, 2016, the BOE approved the give back of two unused snow days. Schools will be closed on Friday, May 27th, and Tuesday, May 31st. Enjoy the extra-long Memorial Day Weekend!

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  • Pre-K Registration and Information

    The Integrated PreSchool Program information is now available. Please click the headline for complete information, details and registration forms. Other questions about the program? Email lgersten@cwcboe.org.

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  • Summer Arts & Sciences Brochures-Forms Now Available

    The Summer Arts and Sciences brochures and registration information are now available. Please click the headline for complete details. We hope to see you there!

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    HIB Grades

    The state asks that each school district submit a self-assessment of its implementation of the Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights Act. The self-assessment was viewed as an opportunity to reinforce and strengthen the district’s HIB prevention and intervention programs, policies and practices. The state also used the self-assessment process to assign a “grade” to each district and individual school. The maximum total score for a school is 78 points. Click the headline for additional information on HIB and details realtive to our school district's performance.

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