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  • Important Message Regarding Temporary Administrative Changes at Our School, Posted February 16, 2017

     

    Dear Parents/ Guardians of Englewood Students:

    The Englewood Public School District has made some temporary administrative changes at the High School.  These changes are the result of the ongoing investigation of transcripts, grade calculations and credit values.  Although I cannot go into detail at this point, it has been discovered that there has been a wide-spread failure to properly account for student graduation requirements and grades that is contrary to Board policy and education statute and code which is independent of the migration to the new system.  This investigation is on-going and is being conducted by an outside agency hired by the Board of Education at the direction of the Department of Education.  Please know that the New Jersey Department of Education Office of Fiscal Accountability and Compliance also will be extensively reviewing this matter too.

    During this time there will be several positions held by interim personnel.  These temporary employees all hold proper certifications and are highly experienced in handling situations of this nature. 

    We are confronting this challenge head-on and we have every belief that we will take corrective action that will positively impact the entire student body at the High School.  Please be assured that our main goal is success of the children in the Englewood Public Schools.  Please note that while no final staffing decisions have been made at this time, our highest priority is the integrity of our school system and maintaining the public’s trust and confidence that we are doing everything within our power to safeguard and advance the interests of our children. 

    Next week while the District is officially closed, counselors will be available to review student’s grades, credits and transcripts.  They will be available to you from 9:00 am until 8:00 pm in the common area of the Dr. Martin Luther King Hall.  During that time they can review your current pathway and determine any discrepancies that may exist.  During this time, students will be given many opportunities to develop action plans to graduate on time.

    While change is confusing, sometimes the hardest thing we have to do is to move forward and work together towards a solution.  I ask for your patience and cooperation as we move forward together.

    With Raider Pride,

    Robert Kravitz. Superintendent

    Dwight Morrow High School
  • Junior Class Fashion Show will be held on March 2

    DMHS and A@E Junior Class presents a Fashion Show and Tricky Tray Basket Auction on March 2 at Dizzy Gillespie Auditorium.  The event starts at 7:00 PM.  Pre-sale tickets $5/$10.  Contact DMAEJuniorclass@gmail.com for tickets.

    Dwight Morrow High School
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    Dwight Morrow High School

District Announcements

  • Dismus Middle School Cook-Off is Friday, March 3, 6-8pm

    On Friday, March 3, 2017, Janis Dismus Middle School will host its 2nd Annual Cook-Off.    Hosted by the JDMS Student Council and Culinary Arts Elective, invitations have been extended to teachers, students, staff and administrators to show off their talents in the kitchen.   Each participant will prepare a dish at home for at least 50 people.  Prizes will be awarded for the best appetizer or Hors d’oeuvre, main course and dessert. 

    Admission to the event is $5 for district students and $7 for everyone else. For more information, please contact Ms. Ronda Drakeford at 201-862-6005.

    Englewood Public School District
  • Junior Class Fashion Show will be held on March 2

    The DMHS and AE Junior Class presents a Fashion Show and Tricky Tray Basket Auction on  March 2 at the Dizzy Gillespie Auditorium on the high school campus.  The event starts at 7:00 PM.  Contact dmaejuniorclass@gmail.com for tickets. 

    Englewood Public School District
  • Important Announcement Regarding Temporary Administrative Changes at the High School

    The district has made some temporary administrative changes at the High School.  The changes are the result of the ongoing investigation of transcripts, grade calculations and credit values.  To read the full February 16, 2017 letter from Superintendent of Schools Mr. Kravitz to ParentsGuardians of Englewood students, please open the attachment.

    Englewood Public School District
  • Pre-Kindergarten & Kindergarten Registration for September 2017 Begins March 7

    Open registration sessions will be held March 7,8 and 9 from 5:00 - 8:00 PM at Grieco Elementary School (50 Durie Ave).  To start the Pre-registration process, please visit http://genesis.genesisedu.com/englewood/openReg    See the attached flyer for more information.

    Parents can call the Registrar at (201) 862-6121 starting  February 28 to make a daytime appointment or if they have questions about the necessary documentation.  

    Re-registration is not required for students who are currently enrolled in the district's Pre-K program.

    For copies of necessary forms and more information, please visit our School Registration page.

    Englewood Public School District
  • Congratulations to the EPSD Nominees for the Governor's Teacher of the Year

    Mr. Kravitz has nominated the following for the prestigious 2016-2017 Governor's Teacher of the Year:  At Quarles:   Marianne Cane and Stephanie McGrath (Educational Services Professional).  At Grieco:    Kenneth Hall and Cecilia Ruiz (Educational Services Professional).  At McCloud: Evelyn Salazar.  At JDMS:   Dr. Gary Hollander.  At DMHS/AE:    Mindy Rochman.  At EAGLE @ BCC:    Dr. Stephanie Harper.  

    Englewood Public School District
  • Notice from the State of New Jersey - Special Needs Registry for Disasters

    New Jersey has created a "Register Ready" Special Needs Registry for Disasters. This confidential online registry allows citizens to provide emergency response agencies with important information (e.g. if a resident is wheelchair bound or requires medical apparatus) so that emergency responders can be better prepared to serve those individuals during a natural disaster or other emergency. To sign up for this program, go to the Register Ready registration webpage: https://www13.state.nj.us/SpecialNeeds/Signin?ReturnUrl=%2fSpecialNeeds%2f .   Or, you can call New Jersey's toll free 2-1-1- service and ask to be registered.

    Englewood Public School District

High School Administration

Attendance Phone Number (201) 862-6122

Peter Elbert, Principal

Joseph Armental Assistant Principal

Dr. Noel Gordon, Director of Guidance

Carol Ann Bender Supervisor of Health and Physical Education

Upcoming Events (Click the Icon to the right for Monthly View)

  • PSAT - 10th Grade

    Dwight Morrow High School
  • Dizzy Gillespie Auditorium

    Junior Class Fashion Show

    Dwight Morrow High School
  • AE Online Open Registration

    Dwight Morrow High School
  • DM/AE Access 3/7-10

    Dwight Morrow High School
  • Registrar's Office - Greico School

    Pre-K Registration

    For all pre-registration and registration information, follow this link

    Registration is from  5-8 pm

    Englewood Public School District
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