All after school activities and athletics are canceled for tonight. Financial Aid Night is still scheduled for 7PM in the BHS Cafeteria.
Aftercare is operating on a normal schedule.
Four Bergen municipalities are among the best places in New Jersey to raise a young family, according to a study undertaken by a financial planning website. The analysis ranks Bergenfield as #6 in the state for 'best towns for young families', citing our schools for being high performing. The analysis combined school ratings from Greatschools.com, cost of living factors, and median household income growth. Click the title for the full article from NJ.com.
Click the title to read Dr. Kuchar's Top Ten Recommendations to the RWB 8th Grade Class transitioning to Bergenfield High School.
Since, in education, we continuously deal with many variables that are out of our control, it’s not always possible to achieve every lofty district annual goal. Today, I am writing to you with great news because we have been recognized by the Washington Post for our work on our first district goal we established just two years ago: Every high school student will take at least one AP course and score a passing grade of 3+ on the exam. The prestigious Washington Post has published its 2013 list of America’s 1900 Most Challenging Public High Schools and, I am extremely proud to announce, that Bergenfield is ranked Number 1509 on the list. Since, according to the National Center for Statistics, there are 27,575 public high schools in the nation, this outstanding ranking places Bergenfield High School in the top 5.5% of America's high schools! Click the title to read more.
Bergenfield Public Schools has been selected as a first place winner in the 19th annual Magna Awards program sponsored by the National School Boards Association’s (NSBA) American School Board Journal (ASBJ). Magna Awards recognize school districts for outstanding programs that advance student learning and encourage community involvement in schools. Click the title for the full press release.
Top-ranked school districts have been announced in the ninth annual Digital School Districts Survey by the Center for Digital Education (CDE) and the National School Boards Association (NSBA). Bergenfield was ranked number eight in the country among mid-sized student population districts. The survey showcases exemplary school boards’ and districts’ use of technology to govern the district, communicate with students, parents and the community and to improve district operations. Click the title for more information.
Click the title for information regarding flu season and prevention actions to help control its impact on our schools. In addition, the Bergenfield Board of Education has hired Mr. Carl Mittlehammer as the Director for Crisis Management for Bergenfield Public Schools. Mr. Mittlehammer will help ensure that we implement the most effective School Emergency & Crisis Management Plans. I appreciate your assistance with these issues and hope you will take good care of yourselves and each other so that we can face any future challenges at our very best.
8:00 PM - 11:00 PM Regular Meeting