"Township Talks Tech" Family Night
Washington Township middle school students and parents are invited to “Township Talks Tech,” a free hands-on family night on Wednesday, September 5, 2018, from 6:30-8:00 pm. at Orchard Valley Middle School. Students and parents will team with technology facilitators, who will provide an overview of the digital programs encountered in middle school. Click here for more information.
2018-19 Back to School Nights
District administrators, teachers and staff will be welcoming parents and guardians into the District's 11 schools during annual Back-to School Nights. Please click here to acccess a full schedule.
Class of 1978 Plans 40th Reunion Weekend
The Washington Township High School Class of 1978 will celebrate its 40th reunion from October 12-14, 2018, with the Main Event on Saturday, October 13th. For full details, please click here for an informational flyer; check this page for updates. For additional information, reach out to Becky Bacalzo at firstname.lastname@example.org or text her at (856) 816-5962.
Meet the Candidates Scheduled for October 18th
The Washington Township PTO Presidents Council will sponsor a Candidates Forum on Thursday, October 18, 2018, at 7:30 p.m. in the Eileen Abbott Central Administration Building (206 East Holly Avenue, Sewell) for the six candidates seeking election to three open seats on the Washington Township Board of Education. Barbara Kutscher, treasurer of the Moorestown Area League of Women Voters and a LWVNJ-trained moderator with more than 27 years of experience, will serve as moderator for this event.
Candidates will field questions posed by interested Washington Township residents in attendance at the forum. The program will be taped in its entirety and aired on WT-TV Channel 9/36 in the weeks preceding the November 6th school board election.The six candidates who are seeking three available seats for three-year terms on the Board of Education include: Bob Abbott (incumbent), Paul Esposito, Dr. Karen Garrison (incumbent), Renee Pollard, Celia “Ann” Volk and Candice Zachowski (incumbent).
School Safety Initiatives - Watch Video
The Washington Township Public Schools administration has implemented safety measures in all of our schools and continues to work collaboratively with the Washington Township Police to ensure the daily well-being of our students and staff. Please click here to access a video that highlights some of our efforts.
Class of 1973 Reunion Nov. 24th
The Washington Township High School Class of 1973 will celebrate its 45th reunion on Saturday, November 24, 2018, at Wedgwood Country Club. RSVPs are needed by October 15th. Please click here for a flyer with more information, a list of contacts to reach with any questions, and a form that can be filled out to purchase tickets.
WTPS Statement on Website Accessibility
The Washington Township Public Schools' website is in the process of being updated to ensure compliance with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act and Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act. Any website accessibility concerns may be brought to the attention of the WTPS website team at email@example.com. For more information, please view our statement on Website Accessibility.
Superintendent's Letter on Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA)
to access a letter from the superintendent on how to provide input to the New Jersey Department of Education.
Washington Township, Gloucester County
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to visit the Washington Township municipal website.
Important Registration Information
The Washington Township Public Schools' Registration Office currently is available via appointment only! If you need to register your child for school or have questions for the registration office, please call (856) 589-6644 x6698 to schedule your appointment. We thank you for your patience and consideration.
Project Child Find Services Available
Do you have or know of a special needs child ages 3 to 21 years old residing in Washington Township who may have physical, mental or emotional problems? Are you aware of any child who is in need of special education programs and services? An extra effort is being made to identify children between ages 3 to 5 for our preschool program for children with special needs.
Project CHILD FIND, a service of the New Jersey State Department of Education, assists in identifying un-served or underserved handicapped children. Please click here
for more information.