• BOE July Meetings to be Held Virtually

    webex logo The Washington Township Board of Education will hold its August 17 work session and August 25 regular session virtually instead of in person, using the Cisco WebEx platform. Members of the public wishing to listen and/or participate in the meeting can access the virtual meeting through instructions on our website, Executive (closed) sessions start at 6:30 p.m., with the open, public sessions starting at 7 p.m. Click here for a press release detailing the information.


    Please keep an eye on this spot as the meeting day draws near for a link to register to take part in the meeting.


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  • 2020-21 Preschool Lottery Drawing

    pk lott The District hosted its Pre-K 3 lottery on Thursday, June 4, 2020 at 5:00 pm live on the WTPS Facebook page. To watch a replay of the drawing, click here. The selected families will be contacted shortly with further information.


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  • Register Today for Kindergarten Summer Snapshot

    snapshot 2020-21 Kindergarten registration begins this week, through our new online registration portal, for parents and guardians of children who will be five years old on or before October 1, 2020.   


    The District is hosting Kindergarten Summer Snapshots on July 28, 29 and 30, and August 4 and 5. The Kindergarten Snapshot will take place at your child's kindergarten school. An informational flyer is available by clicking here. To sign up for a timeslot, please click here to go to our online registration site.


    Check out our registration website at this link for more details on the start of online registration so you can be prepared and make the process as smooth as possible.  


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  • Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information

    The Washington Township Public Schools has set up an all-encompassing page that will include letters, links and information regarding the Coronavirus cvirus 20 1 (COVID-19) and proactive measures the District is taking. This includes early dismissals scheduled for Monday and Tuesday, March 16-17, that will be used to prepare staff for the possibility of remote learning. We will continue to monitor the recommendations of the Centers for Disease Control and the New Jersey Department of Health and provide further information as necessary.


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  • Census 2020: Every Person Counts!

    census orange logo The Census is a headcount of every person in the United States and is completed every 10 years, including 2020. The Census count impacts federal funds that communities receive for programs and services that are critical for schools, students, and younger children, including special education, after-school programs, classroom technology, teacher training, food assistance, and maternal and child health programs. Click here to access the District's page on Census 2020, and don't forget to take part in this year's count!


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  • School Climate Survey Permission Requested


    As part of its strategic plan, Washington Township Public Schools plans to conduct a School Climate Survey for all students in grades 4-12. The survey climate logo 2 may be read to younger students, administered in a small group or individually as needed, and allows students to choose picture icons for responses. Data collected will assist the district in identifying areas of strength and areas that need improvement so that we may continue to provide your child with the best educational environment possible. Click here for more information and to grant permission for your child (grades 4-12) to participate in the survey. 


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  • golf WTEF Postpones 24th Annual Golf Classic; Hopes to Reschedule Event for Fall


    The Washington Township Education Foundation has postponed its 24th Annual Golf Classic, originally scheduled for Friday, June 19, 2020, at White Oaks Country Club, because of ongoing quarantine restrictions due to COVID-19.  The Foundation remains optimistic that the fundraiser can be hosted in the fall and will share out a new date if and when it is confirmed.  We are grateful for your understanding and ongoing support of the WTEF. 



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  • Learn More About the WTHS PRIDE Schedule

    Pride Schedule The District invites students, parents, staff and community members to learn more about the PRIDE Schedule that will restructure the school day at Washignton Township High School begiining in the 2020-21 school year.  All are invited to an informational session on Wednesday, Feburary 26, 2020, at 6:30 p.m. in the Investors Bank Performing Arts Center.  Time will be devoted to questions and answers at the conclusion of the presentation.  Click here to watch a brief video that outlines the PRIDE Schedule.


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  • BOE Announces Meeting Dates for 2020

    wtps logo 0921 Please click here for a press release from the Washington Township Board of Education regarding the schedule of meetings -- work sessions and regular meetings -- for the 2020 calendar year.


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  • District Announces SEPAG Meeting Schedule for 2019-20 School Year

    sped logo 19 The Washington Township Public Schools' Student and Special Education Services Department recently released its 2019-20 Special Education Parent Advisory Group meeting schedule. Please click here for a flyer detailing the dates.


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  • Gym Floor Replacement/Air Quality Testing Information

    wind guy 1 As a follow-up to Superintendent Joe Bollendorf's letter to the community regarding the presence of mercury in the gym floors and air quality at Bunker Hill Middle School and Bells Elementary School, we have established a page on the website to post updated information and testing results.


    Please click here to access the page.


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  • State Releases 2017-18 School Performance Reports

    njspr logo 18 Please click here to access the 2017-18 New Jersey School Performance Reports for the Washington Township Public School District. 



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  • education Proud Member of NJCEE-S

    The Washington Township School District is a proud member of the New Jersey Consortia for Excellence Through Equity (South), joining an evolving regional consortium of school districts in Southern New Jersey that are committed to working together to support and nuture the school success of ALL of their students. The group works in conjunction with the Penn Center for Educational Leadership in the Graduate School of Education at the University of Pennsylvania and the New Jersey Association of School Administrators. Click here to learn more about the Consortia's valuable work and schedule of activities.


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  • District Approves Strategic Plan

    strategic plan Dr. Bill Adams and Stacey Adams from Hazard, Young, Attea and Associates (HYA) and Education Consulting, Research and Analytics (ECRA), along with a 28-member District steering committee, have released their recommendations for a District Strategic Plan.


    Click here to view the Board-approved Vision Statement


     Click here to review the Executive Summary prepared by the group.


    Click here to review the Presentation shared on June 26, 2018 by the Strategic Plan Steering Committee.


    Click here to review the Goals and Action Plans as outlined by District administration.


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  • Access 2018-19 Free and Reduced Meal Applications Here


    food service Parents are encouraged to access the information below to learn if their children qualify for free or reduced-price school meals for the upcoming school year. Please contact the District Food Service Office (589-6644, x4211) with questions or concerns. 


    Click here to access a parent letter.


    Click here to access application instructions.


    Click here to access the 2018-19 Free and Reduced Lunch Application.


    Click here to access information on NJ FamilyCare.


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  • water testing District Water Testing

    To ensure compliance with the New Jersey Department of Education and the Environmental Protection Agency, our Distrct recently tested our school's drinking water for lead.  Please click on the links below to access individual school testing results and a letter from the superintendent.



    Grenloch Terrace Early Childhood Center    Letter

    Bells Elementary School  Bells (2) Letter

    Birches Elementary School   Birches (2) Letter

    Bunker Hill Middle School  Letter

    Chestnut Ridge Middle School  CRMS (2) Letter

    Hurffville Elementary School

    Thomas Jefferson Elementary School  Letter

    Orchard Valley Middle School  OVMS (2)  Letter

    WTHS 9-10  WTHS 9-10 (2) WTHS 11-12 WTHS 11-12 (2)  WTHS O'Brien Hall WTHS O'Brien Hall (2)   Letter

    WTHS Core WTHS Core (2)  Letter

    Wedgwood Elementary School   WW (2)Letter

    Whitman Elementary School    Whitman (2) Letter


    Centrral Administration Building   Letter

    Letter with Second-Round Testing Results


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  • ide Please click here to access the District's April 2017 Monitoring Report as Drafted by the State Department of Education Following an On-Site Review.



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  • Epi-Pen Recall Information

    epipen recall 17 Mylan has expanded a voluntary recall of select lots of EpiPen and EpiPen Jr. Auto-Injectors to include additional lots distributed in the United States. Please click here for more information and a list of lots that are included on the recall list.


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  • Employer Obligation to Maintain

    and Report Records

    lwd Please click here to access the New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development's "Employer Obligation to Maintain and Report Records" notice. Copies of this notice also are available on the state website by clicking here.


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  • PERC Announcements

    Please click on the links below for announcements released from the State of New Jersey's Public Employment Relations Commission:


    Behavioral Specialists Petition


    Childcare Workers Petition


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  • June 30, 2014 Annual Audit Report

    bucks Please click here to view the Auditor Management Report on Administrative Findings.
    Please click here to view the Comprehensive Annual Financial Report.
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