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Westampton will be updating their website the weekend of June 16th.

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WELCOME TO THE

WESTAMPTON TOWNSHIP PUBLIC SCHOOLS

OFFICIAL WEBSITE


The Westampton School District, in partnership with our Community,

shall do whatever it takes to ensure that every child

achieves or exceeds proficiency

in the current New Jersey Standards for Student Learning.


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 2017/2018 SY Annual Recertification of Residency Meeting(s)

Parent/Guardian attendance at one of these meetings is mandatory. 

 Pursuant to N.J.S.A. 18A:38, applications for Affidavits of Residency and Rental Lease Agreements are to be updated prior to each academic school year in the Westampton Township Public School District. The Westampton Township Public School District Policy #5111 expressly states that the Westampton Township Public Schools shall only admit pupils eligible to attend school free of charge that are domiciled within the district as defined in N.J.A.C. 6A:22-3.1 et seq. 

 For your convenience, the district has set up the following meeting times and locations for you to complete this mandatory, annual paperwork for the upcoming 2017/2018 academic school year. Refer to theAnnual Recertification of Residency” tab, located on the districts webpage, for examples of the relevant documents. 

MEETING DATES/TIMES and LOCATIONS:

Wednesday, May 17, 2017, between the hours of 5:30PM and 7:30PM

  Holly Hills Elementary School Library/Media Center

 

  Thursday, May 18, 2017, between the hours of 5:30PM and 7:30PM,

  Westampton Middle School Library/Media Center



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Westampton Township School Board Candidate Information

 

The Westampton Township School District has announced it has information available for citizens interested in running for a vacant seat on the board of education.  Please click the link below to view the candidate information.

 

School Board Candidate Information

 


Lead Testing Results



Attachment:

 Lead_Letter.pdf

Congratulations to Our Westampton Township Public Schools

2017 Teachers and Support Staff of the Year!

Alicia Hellmann, Holly Hills Elementary School Teacher of the Year

Ben Stellwag, Holly Hills Elementary School Support Staff of the Year

Casey Crass, Westampton Middle School Teacher of the Year

Joyce Moody, Westampton Middle School Support Staff of the Year



2017 PARCC Information




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Westampton Township Public Schools

2016-2017 District Goals

Coordinated with Our Strategic Planning Goals


Strategic Plan Goal #1:

Utilize data formatively for instructional and student growth.

District Goal 1.

Student Achievement: The Westampton Township Public Schools will utilize District Data Teams to work with staff to analyze students’ success is all facets of school life, from assessment data and curricular viability, to attendance and discipline data.  Through implementation of data-driven, strategic actions, student achievement will increase by an average minimum of (three) 3% in each subject area of our state mandated assessments (PARCC).

Strategic Plan Goal #2:  

Recruit and retain diverse faculty and staff.

 

District Goal 2.

Human Resources:  The Westampton Township Public Schools will promote equity by continuing efforts to recruit and retain a staff that is ethnically and culturally diverse, ensuring that all search committees see this as a key district goal. Annual recruitment data, student teaching placements and hiring data will be reviewed and analyzed.

Strategic Plan Goal #3:

Enhance our school culture for parent/guardian involvement.

 

District Goal 3.

Community Engagement: TheWestampton Township Public Schools will engage the community in support of the district’s strategic plan, and equity and diversity goals. Attendance at events and annual survey completion data will be compiled and assessed to support enhanced community engagement.

District Goal 4.

Fiscal Responsibility:  The Westampton Township Public Schools will maintain the financial integrity of our district while providing quality programs that meet or exceed the needs of all students by maintaining a balanced annual budget, reviewing student enrollment monthly and prioritizing funds in order to support the continued development of curriculum and student instruction.


Westampton Township Public Schools

2016-2017 Board of Education Goals

Coordinated with Our Strategic Planning Goals


Strategic Plan Goal #1:  

Utilize data formatively for instructional and student growth.

 

BOE Goal 1.

Student Achievement:  The Westampton Township Board of Education will review disaggregated data from our District Data Teams. Assessment data analyses and cohort analyses will be part of our State of the Schools report.

 

Strategic Plan Goal #2:

 Recruit and retain diverse faculty and staff.

 

BOE Goal 2.

Human Resources: The Westampton Township Board of Education will support equity in ethnic and cultural diversity, enlisting the support of our community in attracting and retaining staff reflective of our student demographics.

 

Strategic Plan Goal #3:

Enhance our school culture for parent/guardian involvement.

 

BOE Goal 3.

Community Engagement: The Westampton Township Board of Education will oversee production of a School District to Community communiqué to highlight our schools, engage the community in strategic planning goals, provide enrollment information, and enhance parent and community opportunities for input on school related decisions.

 

BOE Goal 4.

Fiscal Responsibility:  The Westampton Township Board of Education will exhibit a forward-thinking philosophy by overseeing a minimum unassigned balance in its’ general fund ranging from one (1%) to three (3%) percent of the subsequent year’s budgeted expenditures and outgoing transfers. 



NOTICE
For a school related emergency between 4:00 PM and 6:00 PM,
parents can call (609) 367-5850 for assistance.




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