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Pursuant to N.J.S.A. 18A:7C-6.6, all school districts are required to “annually notify parents or guardians by October 1 of any statewide student assessment or commercially developed standardized assessment that will be administered over the course of the school year.” Please see the linked letter for more information.

Due to the continued excessive heat and humidity, on Thursday 9/7 all Pequannock Township School District schools will operate on an early dismissal schedule. The afternoon MCVT Allied Health share time program at PTHS will not meet, and PM PreK is canceled as well.

If possible, extracurricular activities will operate under modified conditions.

Stay as cool as possible and we look forward to getting back to normal operations.

From our partners in the police department: “On July 13, 2023, the Pequannock Township Police Department, in conjunction with AAA, will host our first Bicycle Rodeo at Greenview Park, starting at 1:00 PM.  Starting at 12:30, attendees can arrive for a free bicycle inspection performed by Bicycle Tech employees to make sure all participants are riding a safe and properly fitted bicycle. Additionally, a Trek Marlin Mountain bike along with four helmets paid for by Pequannock PBA local 172 will be raffled off for lucky participants at the end of the event. Food can be purchased from Sip and Swirl and Jersey Johnny’s food trucks and we look forward to promoting bicycle safety in a fun way.”

The online kindergarten registration process will begin on January 4th, and we are excited to prepare to welcome the class of 2036. Families are encouraged to use the online registration process, but there will be opportunities to submit documents in person during limited hours on January 19th. Please see the linked letter for more details.



Pequannock Schools Embraces Autism Acceptance Month

Friday, April 1, 2022 - Friday, April 8, 2022 

A District Wide Committee was formed to discuss ways that the Pequannock Schools could meaningfully Honor Autism Acceptance Week. The committee embraced three main activities as outlined below. 

1. Autism Acceptance Mini-Lessons 

Beginning the week of March 28th, staff in each school building will present mini-lessons to each grade level. The mini-lessons will be designed to help students understand Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD), to distinguish between ASD facts and myths and most importantly, teach students how to appropriately and comfortably interact with Individuals on the Autism Spectrum. 

2. Autism Ribbons/Donations/School Displays 

In an effort to promote Autism Awareness and Acceptance, Pequannock students will be invited to design a colorful ribbon that will be sent home with every student. The ribbons will be returned and displayed in Every School Building for ALL to enjoy. We are additionally asking for a suggested $2 donation. All proceeds will be given directly to Autism New Jersey.

3. BLUE Spirit Week 

The Schools of Pequannock will be Honoring Autism Acceptance Month with a Week of BLUE! Please review the link below for a schedule of activities/events. 

Blue Ideas