WELCOME TO MIDLAND PARK PUBLIC SCHOOLS

Midland Park Public Schools would like to welcome you to our website! Feel free to explore the new web space by checking out some of our new features including: calendars, news, and blogs. 

     

The next meeting of Midland Park Board of Education is Tuesday, October 17, 2017 in the Midland Park Jr./Sr. High School Media Center at 8:00 pm

The Board of Education authorizes the use of electronic surveillance monitoring devices in school buildings and on school grounds.  Therefore, all school buildings and grounds within this school district may be monitored using such devices in accordance with Board Policy.  (MPBOE Policy 7441)  
      

Board of Education Policies-School Integrated Pest Management Plan  

  

Superintendent's Message

 
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OCTOBER 2017 MESSAGE FROM THE SUPERINTENDENT

 


 

The first days of autumn find the Midland Park schools immersed in academics, with athletic contests, fine and performing arts, and extra-curricular activities filling our days.  This month features many enriching experiences for students of all ages; here are just a few highlights:

Fall Leaf  Home Football Game, Saturday October 7th

We’re thrilled to host our first home football game in many years!  Be sure to be in MPHS’s newly-renovated stadium when the Midland Park/Waldwick Warriors football team competes against the Rutherford Bulldogs!  Kickoff will be at 2 pm…you don’t want to miss it! 

       
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Music in the Park XX, Sunday October 8th

The district is very proud to host this annual marching band competition with 63 MPHS students in the band, the largest number of participating student musicians in 21 years.  Ten bands will march in competition at the event and Rutgers University Marching Band’s Scarlet Knights will also perform.  With an eye toward our musical future, we’re especially delighted to note that the Highland Elementary School Band will join the MPHS Marching Band to perform the “Star Spangled Banner.” 

 
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The Week of Respect, October 2-6

The first week of October is designated by the Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights (ABR) legislation as The Week of Respect, a time when all public schools focus on the importance of maintaining mutual respect in all actions and venues.  In Midland Park, each school will recognize this event in grade-appropriate ways.  Please be sure to access our Week of Respect newsletter by clicking on the ABR link on the district website’s homepage.

 
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Pumpkins, Parades, and More!

Elementary students are looking forward to the annual Harvest Festival, pumpkin sale, and Halloween Parades at Godwin and Highland Schools…we hope to see you there!

 

Warm days are turning cool and vibrant-colored leaves are swirling all around…October is a wonderful time of year to be outside at school events.



Sincerely,

Marie C. Cirasella

Marie C. Cirasella, Ed.D.




          



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Midland Park High School 2017 Graduation

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NJ School Performance Reports


NJ School Performance Report Navigation Guide
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NJ School Performance Report-Questions and Answers
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Big News

MIDLAND PARK SCHOOL DISTRICT CALENDAR IN DIGITAL FORMAT

We’re pleased to announce the Midland Park School District Calendar for 2017-2018 has been created in a digital format and is currently available to school families and community neighbors via the district website.  We are confident that transitioning to a digitized format will improve our ability to update scheduling changes more swiftly and with greater accuracy.  Please know that all school and district information previously available in the paper-based calendar is included in the digital calendar.  To access the 2017-2018 calendar, simply visit the district webpage and click the "Calendar" tab.  Thank you.

 For Instructions to Print the New Online Calendar,
click here.


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Summer Meals 4 Kids
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  •     Work in ProgressREFERENDUM UPDATE!
  • The Midland Park School District’s referendum projects are being tackled in swift order as we seek to maintain a timeline of approximately two years for completion. To keep the community informed, please continue to check here for periodic referendum updates. To access the latest Referendum Update, click on the Work In Progress icon above.  

 

  • School District and School Grades Required by the Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights Act – January 11, 2017

    As per the Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights Act (ABR) (P.L., 2010, c122), the Midland Park Public Schools has posted its Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights Act grades to the school district’s HIB webpage, and to each individual school’s webpage. In order to foster safe and positive learning conditions for students, the school and district grades are part of an integrated process for reinforcing and strengthening a school’s climate and culture through prevention and intervention efforts targeted toward harassment, intimidation and bullying. Please click on the headline above to find the district and school ABR grades.

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  • Midland Park Public Schools Preschool Program 2017-2018

  • The Midland Park School District is accepting applications for the 3 & 4 year old general education preschool integrated program housed at Godwin School for the 2017-2018 school year. The integrated preschool program incorporates the education of special education children with that of general education preschoolers, following general education curriculum standards. 

    To be eligible, a general education child must be three or four years of age on or before October 1, 2017.  (Child must be toilet trained).  Children will attend either a morning (8:30 to 11:00 A.M) or afternoon (12:20 to 2:50 P.M.) session five half-days a week in accordance with the Midland Park school calendar. Current students will have priority for program registration.  Students will be assigned to either the morning or afternoon session at the discretion of the district.  Parents will be responsible for transportation. The annual tuition for the program is $2,900.00, either paid in full no later than September 1, 2017 or in two installments with a $25 fee, due September 1 and January 1. All students will be registered at the time of entry requiring birth certificate, copy of immunizations and proof of residency (program is only open to Midland Park residents).

     Applications are available on by clicking the link. You may also contact the Director of Special Services, Ann Marie Bruder at (201) 444-7445.

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  • NJQSAC Equivalency Process for High Performing Districts

    I’m pleased to provide this information with regard to Midland Park’s NJQSAC process. By way of review, NJQSAC stands for New Jersey’s Quality Single Accountability Continuum and is the Department of Education’s monitoring and evaluation system for public school districts. Click the link to read the message.

  

   

  • QuestionDo You Have a Question for Your Board of Education?

    The questions and concerns of the community are important and contact information for trustees of the Midland Park Board of Education are readily available on this website—just click on the Board of Ed. Link on the district homepage to find individual phone numbers and email addresses for all Board of Education trustees.

 

Thank you   REFERENDUM DETAILS TO IMPROVE SCHOOL DISTRICT FACILITIES!

Click the link above for more information.

 

Anti-BullyingAnti-Bullying Bill of Rights Legislation, P.L. 2010, Ch. 122

Click the link to access the Midland Park School District's Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights contact information regarding incidents of harassment, intimidation, and bullying.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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