The Buck Bulletin
Chatsworth Elementary School
The Woodland Township School District values the uniqueness of individual students and provides a high quality education in our highly supportive community.
Location: 2 John Bowker Jr. Blvd., Chatsworth, NJ 08019
December 22 Early Dismissal
December 25-29 School Closed - Winter Break
January 1 School Closed - Winter Break
January 3 BOE Re-Organization Meeting 6:30pm
January 12 Early Dismissal
January 15 School Closed
January 25 End of 2nd MP
A huge thank you to all of our community partners who have helped
families within our town enjoy the holidays!
Most special thank you to the Chatsworth Methodist Church and
Central Lodge No. 44 F. & A. M. out of Vincentown, NJ.
Thank you to the Chatsworth PTO and Woodland Education Foundation for everything they do and continue to do to support the students and community at Chatsworth Elementary School!
Student Lunch: $3.10
Student Breakfast: $1.50
Woodland Township School District is in a partnership with Shamong Township School District to provide our school lunches. To begin the school year, cold lunch and some hot lunch options will be available.
More hot lunch options to be added for this school year.
Google form will be emailed each Friday for ordering breakfast and lunch for the following week. Ordering form will be open from 4pm Friday afternoon until 6pm Sunday evening.
Annual Community Tree Lighting
Mobile Library Dates @ Chatsworth Elementary School
All students will be given the ability to get a Burlington County Library card. The mobile library will come to school once a month (first Friday). Each class will go the mobile library with their teacher to check out and return books.
June 7 (pick up only)
Youth Sports Opportunities
Classroom Holiday Doors
1st & 5th Grade Reading Buddies
November 2023 Students of the Month
Kindergarten Well Wishes
Kindergarten wishes Miss Braun best of luck as she continues her education at Stockton University.
NJ STATEWIDE STUDENT SUPPORT SERVICES (NJ4S) BURLINGTON COUNTY
NJ4S was created as a response to a national mental wellness crisis in youth and young adults. The New Jersey Department of Children and Families has launched a statewide, innovative hub-and-spoke model of services and resources intended to support youth mental wellness and promote prevention initiatives including:
- Bullying Prevention
- Teen Suicide Prevention
- Substance Use Prevention
- Sexual Health and Pregnancy Prevention
- Violence Prevention
- Other areas of need (determined by youth and community)
NJ4S Burlington County will deliver, manage, or coordinate the delivery of tiered services to specific school communities based on identified needs and eligibility. Tiered services will be delivered at times, in locations, and using methods that work best for students and their families as determined by the advisory group and community engagement.
NJ4S Burlington County will be responsible for effectively connecting youth and/or families to behavioral health care or social service supports. NJ4S will facilitate connections for families in ways to avoid wasteful duplication of existing efforts in their community.
NJ4S Burlington County will develop and maintain strong connections to all of the other child and family serving systems within the county, and provide prevention, mental health supports, and other community programming. Services and supports will be offered to all public/charter schools, students and families at no cost to the school or family.