Early Closing, Oct. 12th
Columbus Day
Halloween Parade, 1:15pm
October 30, 2015 
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  • The Superintendents and Student Assistance Counselors (SAC) of Summit, Chatham, Millburn, Berkeley Heights, and New Providence have entered into a consortium, committed to offering programs to families that focus on student needs in our communities.  This new program will launch at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, October 20 at Summit High School, in conjunction with the New Jersey Elks Drug Awareness Committee. The topic for the October 20 program is The Spectrum of Substance Abuse. For more click this link.

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  • To begin your Student Information Verfication Form / InfoSnap, click here. Please complete as soon as possible. Registration codes for students at Governor Livingston High School have been mailed home.  Students at the middle and elementary schools will receive a letter on the first day of school with their registration code.

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  • To view the various summer assignments for district students, click here.
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  • For the 2015-2016 K-5 Parent Handbook, Click here

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  • The Berkeley Heights Public Schools are in URGENT need of Substitute School Nurses to work in our schools! If you or someone you know holds a valid RN license in New Jersey and is interested, please consider this opportunity. Potential candidates should contact Thomas Long, Assistant to the Superintendent, at (908) 464-1718, extension 1030, or at tlong@bhpsnj.org

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  • Click here to view the 2015-2016 Budget
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  • The Governor's Council on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse has launched a statewide awareness campaign to help fight drug abuse. Please see this document about synthetic drugs.
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  • If you have a Twitter account, follow @bhpsalerts to get district notifications, including closures, delayed openings, & early dismissals. twitter
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  • Student achievement is a measure of a student's proficiency as determined by a number of summative  assessments. These include but are not limited to GPA, course grades, subject-matter/benchmark assessments and "standardized" measures that vary across subjects and grade levels. This can also include portfolio assessments or other performance measures with students for the fine, practical and performing arts.
    Indicators of student achievement:
    Benchmark assessments, DIBELS, ACT, AP, APA, ASK, HSPA, PARCC, SAT, Attendance rate, Passing rate, Promotion rate, College acceptances, Graduation rate, Recognitions for Character, Service, Performance in the areas of art, music, athletic and extracurricular
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  • Comprehensive Heath Education Curriculum - The topics outline is a listing of the materials used for the growth and development and care of the body units.
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