NEW: The Montclair Public Schools Achievement Gap Advisory Panel is hosting two Community Sharing Forums in October. The forums are designed to hear the community's perspective on the long-standing achievement gap in the school district and how to best address it. Click here for details.
Fire Prevention Week, Oct. 5-11: A letter was sent home directing parents and caregivers of middle school students to a series of important fire safety and prevention video lessons. Click here for links to view the presentation. DVD copies are also available at the Montclair Public Library.
View BOE meetings live: Beginning on Sept. 22, the Montclair Board of Education Meetings will be broadcast live at 7:30 p.m. on FIOS Channel 33 and streamed here.
The Montclair Public Schools Head Nurse Betty Strauss has sent out the following letter to families and staff regarding Enterovirus. Just in: Read the FAQ update from the NJ Dept. of Health with new information on the virus.
District at a Glance: Check out a new Montclair Public Schools overview featuring academic, athletic, extracurricular and district highlights.
See information packets for new student registration.
Montclair Public Schools Inclusion Preschool now enrolling! Program with half-day classes that include both special education and general education students, ages 3-4. Click here for more details.
SKYWARD: If you are having difficulties logging on to Skyward, please click here or see the Skyward Parent Handbook, to find your way around Family Access.
As per the Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights Act (ABR)(P.L.
2010,c.122), the Montclair Public Schools has posted its Anti-Bullying Bill of
Rights Act grades to the school district's HIB webpage. Please feel free
to contact Linda Mithaug, Anti-Bullying Coordinator if you have any questions.
The Achievement Gap Advisory Panel webpage can be viewed here or go to the navigation bar at left and click District> Academics> Achievement Gap Advisory Panel.
Common Core State Standards: see handout and general introduction for parents of elementary students, and handout and general introduction for middle school parents.
Introducing Online Application for Free and Reduced Price School Meals. This year, families can complete the Meal Application for their household by applying safely and securely online. Families can also apply by completing the traditional paper application, available from the Operations Office.
Check out Comcast's new Internet Essentials, an affordable program providing internet access to families where at least one child is receiving free lunch.
Visit the district's anti-bullying page, which now includes an updated form to report incidents.