Kenilworth Public Schools

May 20, 2016

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GREAT STUFF Going on In Our Schools

A Pep Talk from Kid President to You
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Nominate a Special Educator (Teacher/Paraprofessional) for the 2016 Kenilworth SEPAG Awards

The Kenilworth Special Education Parent Advisory Group (SEPAG) would like to recognize those exceptional teachers and paraprofessionals that have worked so hard to make a positive impact on our children. Please follow directions to nominate one teacher and one paraprofessional. You can also receive the form via e-mail by contacting Winners will be recognized at the June Board of Education Meeting on June 13, 2016.

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Our students in the news...Saving Earth today for a better Earth tomorrow

By Jennifer Rubino on

April 4, 2016

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UNION COUNTY, NJ — Fifth-grade gifted and talented students from Rahway, Roselle, Kenilworth and Berkeley Heights participated in an environmental convocation called, “Kids Saving Earth Today for a Better Earth Tomorrow,” on Wednesday, March 23. The goal of the event was to promote environmental awareness in the surrounding community by setting positive examples and providing fun activities that demonstrate environmentally friendly actions. The students gained a deeper understanding of environmental issues affecting the community. The students also had a chance to make new friends from other towns; It was a networking experience for both the instructors and students.

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Brearley holds Geraldine R. Dodge Poetry Spring & Fountain workshops

Last week, participants enjoyed the Geraldine R. Dodge Poetry Spring & Fountain workshops which were held in the David Brearley IMC. New Jersely poet Laura Boss (back row, second from right) led the group, which included educators from around the state. The Spring & Fountain program will conclude with a Common Gathering at Princeton Day School, in Princeton, NJ, on Saturday, May 21, 2016.

The group was impressed with our facility, grounds, and hospitality and were grateful for your generosity in offering the space for this program.

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Stuff just For Faculty and Staff

Teachers Create what they Experience | Katie Martin | TEDxElCajonSalon

Teacher Impact Grants

Empowering Teachers to Drive Change in Education

ASCD Teacher Impact Grants provide funding and support directly to teachers for promising teacher-led, administrator-supported ideas, programs, or initiatives to improve education. These grants allow teachers to develop and execute projects that can serve as models to be replicated and scaled.

The program provides the flexibility, funding, and evaluation support necessary to meet the unique needs of promising teacher-led projects. The grants cultivate the expertise of teachers and help to position them as leaders driving transformation in schools, districts, and states.

Applications are now being accepted through June 16. Learn more about the application process and eligibility.

How Do I Apply? | Who Is Eligible? | How Can the Funds Be Used?

Educational Policy

PARCC and Assessment


Welcome to the Partnership Resource Center. Our community of educators, parents, and others committed to quality assessment leading to student success invite you to register, browse, learn, and implement to enhance your knowledge of assessments within the classroom.

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21st Century Skills



District to conduct re-registration of students

The Kenilworth Board of Education will be conducting a re-registration of all students presently enrolled in odd-numbered grades at Harding Elementary School and DavidBrearley Middle- High School. Parents with children enrolled in any of the following grades, 1, 3, 5, 7, 9, or 11, must re-register their children at the Harding School Gymnasium on Tuesday, June 7, 2016 from 2:00-6:00 PM and Wednesday, June 8, 2016 from 4:00-7:00PM.

This re-registration process will provide parents with the opportunity to update all student information for accuracy and ensure all children presently enrolled in the school district arelegal residents of Kenilworth and entitled to a free public education. With the rising costs ofeducating a child today, the Board of Education wants to ensure that Kenilworth taxpayersare paying for residents’ children only. Students not re-registered in June will not bepermitted to attend school in September until re-registration is completed.

is is a mandatory re-registration. If the student is not re-registered, he or she willnot be permitted to attend school in September.

The following documents must be brought to the Harding School Gymnasium on the day ofre- registration. The original document and a copy from each category below must be provided. All documents from Categories I, II, and III must be dated from April orMay of 2016. Information and re-registration forms are available

Category I
​(Must have one of the following.)

  1. Current Property Tax Bill
  2. Current Mortgage Statement
  3. Current Lease Agreement

Category II
(Must have one of the following.)

  1. Current Utility Bill of Residence
    • Gas
    • Phone
    • Electric
    • Cable

Category III
(Must have one of the following.)
Category IV
(If applicable, bring the following.)

  1. Current Financial Account Statement
  2. Current Pay Stub with Address
  3. Current State Agency Document
  1. Proof of Guardianship
    • Court Order
    • State Agency Placement Form

Re-Registration will be held at the Harding School Gymnasium
esday, June 7, 2016 from 2:00-6:00pm
Wednesday, June 8, 2016 from 4:00-7:00pm

Questions concerning re-registration may be e-mailed to the building-level administrators.
Harding Elementary School:
Brearley Middle- High School:

Re-Registration Forms

  • Click Here to download the Re-Registration Form for the 2016-17 school year.
  • Click Here to download the Re-Registration Announcement for the 2016-17 school year.

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