April 25, 2017
We invite you to attend this evening's meeting of the Robbinsville Board of Education.
Please click here to access the agenda and supporting documentation,
We Are In the News
On Tuesday, March 21, Acting Superintendent Kathie Foster testified before the New Jersey State Senate Budget and Appropriations Committee on behalf of Robbinsville Schools. Senator Jennifer Beck (11th District, Monmouth County) invited the twenty most underfunded districts in the state to provide testimony regarding the impact of the State's continued refusal to adhere to the funding formula established in the School Funding Reform Act of 2008. Please click here to access a video containing portions of the testimony and a related article by NJTV Chief Political Correspondent Michael Aron.
Welcome to Robbinsville Schools
Robbinsville Schools seeks to provide an outstanding educational program for students; one in which inquiry, discovery, and the love of learning are cultivated while students develop strong academic and interpersonal skills. The faculty and staff in Robbinsville are committed to creating personalized learning experiences for all students where each is challenged to reach his/her full potential. By following the best educational practices supported by active professional development, students in Robbinsville are offered an academic program consistent with its community’s demand for excellence.
Inch by Inch, Row by Row
I may be dating myself a bit when I ask the following question, but here goes. Who remembers the invention of the breakfast drink Tang? Back in the mid-1900s, a scientist from General Mills created a new fruity powdery drink that required consumers to just add water. When it was marketed as the drink of choice for astronauts in the NASA space program, sales skyrocketed. A refreshing orange breakfast drink, Tang was served in homes across America, often as a substitute for orange juice. The packet claimed that it had 100% of the recommended daily allowance of Vitamin C in a single eight ounce serving. Read more...
PARCC Information Night
On Thursday, March 2, 2017, as a way to assist parents in remaining up to date on the latest changes related to PARCC, the district sponsored a PARCC Information Night at Pond Road Middle School. Approximately 60 parents were in attendance as Acting Assistant Superintendent Kim Tew and Acting Supervisor Amanda Matticks fielded questions and provided a comprehensive presentation focused on graduation requirements and other information related to the upcoming administration of PARCC. Please click here to access the March 2nd presentation.
Will your child be entering Kindergarten in September 2017?
Please click here to access kindergarten registration material.