District News

February 21, 2019

Reporting Absences through the Genesis Parent Portal

Beginning Monday, February 25th parents in all of our schools will be able to report a student's absence through the Genesis Parent Portal or through calling the school's main office.


Please click here for step by step instructions to use the Genesis Parent Portal.

Evening Kindergarten Registration for 2019-2020 School Year will be held on Wednesday, February 27th, 2019 from 5:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.

We will be conducting the evening session of Kindergarten Registration for the 2019 - 2020 school year on Wednesday, February 27th from 5:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. All South Brunswick children attaining age 5 by October 31, 2019 are eligible. Parents are to report to the assigned school of attendance during that time to register.

Please review important information now available.


New this Year - Online Kindergarten Registration
Please use the following link to register online using our new Open Registration process for the 2019-2020 Kindergarten enrollment.

Please note that you still are required to come on the day of registration with all of your required residency documentation.
Kindergarten Open Registration

Please join us at one of our Strategic Planning Town Hall Meetings

There is still time to join us at one of our upcoming forums where we will share about our Strategic Planning and the importance this work has for the entire community. It is vital for us to work with our Community to identify what matters most in the coming years as it relates to the school district.


Please join us at one of the two upcoming forums:


  • Thursday, February 21st @ 7:00 PM at the High School on Ridge Road (No RSVP needed for this event)
  • Monday, February 25th @ 7:00 PM at the High School on Ridge Road (NO RSVP NEEDED FOR THIS EVENT)


Whether you are able to make one of the meetings or not, we have also created a survey for you to complete, which will allow us to learn more about what matters to you as well as help us identify the key issues of the day in our schools.​YOUR VOICE MATTERS!


CLICK HERE TO COMPLETE THE SURVEY ​BY FEB 22ND https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/TZNFN8K


Below are some pictures from our Town Forum of 2/20/19. Thanks to all who joined us.

22nd Annual Leadership Conference and Career Pathways

The South Brunswick Commission on Woman announces the 22nd Annual Leadership Conference and Career Pathways being held on March 30th 2019 at SBHS. This year they are very pleased to announce that they have gone paperless and will be doing a 100% on-line registration process. As a reminder the conference is open to all 8th to 12th grade students of South Brunswick.


For more information and access to the registration portal, please visit sites.google.com/view/sbwomenscommission Although registration closes on March 17th 2019, they encourage early registration to ensure participation in workshop of choice. There is free admission, breakfast and lunch included and lots of opportunities to network with professionals in the field!


Please click here for additional information.

South Brunswick Parent Academy News

The SBPA workshop series continues with two workshops embracing and supporting the uniqueness and individuality of our students, whether due to physical, developmental, emotional or social differences.


  • The first workshop, Embracing Your Child's Uniqueness: Turning Obstacles into Opportunities, will be presented on Tuesday, February 26th, and will focus on helping parents to not only accept each child for who they are, but to celebrate their individuality and uniqueness. Together parents and educators will share strategies for success, resources for support and suggestions for next steps with their education. As a bonus, 10 lucky registrants will receive a copy of the workshop’s companion book, Mindset: The New Psychology of Success by Carol S. Dweck.


  • A week later, the SBPA continues its focus on our students with different needs, shining a light on the District’s Department of Special Services, with a workshop entitled, Different Avenues on the Road to Our Students’ Success. Presented on Tuesday, March 5th, this workshop will offer attendees personalized, small group discussions about the systems the District has in place to support students, through the Department of Student Services. Workshop breakout sessions will provide parents with information about the District’s tiered system of supports, mental health services, Social Emotional Learning, and its approach to promoting and supporting all students’ overall health and wellness.


As with all SBPA workshops, the workshops are provided free of charge and childcare can be provided for children over 3.


Registration for the workshops and/or childcare can be done online on the Parent Academy Workshops page on the District website or by going to https://bit.ly/2IEEb50.

Nominations for the 2019 Educator and Educational Support Person of the Year are due by February 22nd

Deadline fast approaching!! The South Brunswick School District will continue the tradition of honoring our finest through the 2019 Educator and Educational Support People of the Year Recognition Program. This program acknowledges those who have inspired learning and made an impact in the lives of students, colleagues, and the school community with their caring support and unwavering work ethic.


There is still time to consider celebrating one (or more!) of our faculty with a nomination letter. Educators include content/grade-level teachers, special education teachers, specialists, and all ed specialists. Educational Support People include secretaries, custodians, bus drivers and paraprofessionals.


Please click here for more information, including your options for submission. . All nominations are due on February 22nd by 4:00 p.m.


Recipients will be honored at a Board of Education meeting on April 15th.

Should you have questions, contact Blair Eiseman in the Office of Professional Development.