The Roselle Park School District (RPSD) announced this afternoon that due to the impending predicted blizzard conditions for tonight and tomorrow morning, RPSD schools will be closed tomorrow, Tuesday, January 27th. More information can be found on the district’s website (link).
The Roselle Park School District (RPSD) website announced this afternoon that schools will be operating on an early dismissal schedule tomorrow, Monday, January 26th, due to predicted significant snowfall. Students in grades Pres-School through 5th will remain in session until 1 p.m. These students will not be permitted to walk home, and must be picked up […]
The Board Of Education (BOE) approved Federal Programs Salary Allocations for the 2014-15, which is a combination of federal grant money from No Child Left Behind (NCLB) and Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) funding. The grant money for both programs are in place to assist a school district with expenses related to improve the […]
With an increase of $800,475.00 in the 2014 tax levy – the largest annual increase since 2007 – the Roselle Park School District (RPSD) accounts for 65% of the increase to be paid by property taxes. The school district also accounts for the largest portion of this year’s tax levy, with around 52¢ of every dollar […]
A 15-year-old male attending the 9th grade of Roselle Park High School (RPHS) was arrested by Roselle Park Police. The arrest was a result of an investigation by the Roselle Park Police Department (RPPD) following the precautionary lockdown at the Roselle Park High School (RPHS) on Monday morning. The lockdown was as in response to […]
Roselle Park High School (RPHS) had a lockdown from 9:25 a.m. until just a little before 11 in the morning. According to RPHS principal Sarah Costa, a student had reported that he overhead other students discussing a gun while on school property. “We immediately locked down and called in the Roselle Park Police Department”, stated […]
The Board Of Education (BOE) has hired a grant writing firm to help the district lessen the burden on taxpayers by finding funds from outside organizations and agencies. At the October 7th BOE meeting, the Board voted on and approved the school district contract with Millennium Strategies, LLC (link) out of Caldwell, New Jersey, to […]
In a continuing effort to address issues of violence and bullying among students, the Roselle Park Board Of Education (RP BOE) had a first reading to include a school district policy titled “Dating Violence At School”. The policy defines ‘dating violence’ as any act or incident characterized by “physical, emotional, verbal, or sexual abuse; digital […]
The first Board Of Education (BOE) in years to have more candidates than seats available ended Tuesday with only a little over 100 votes separating newcomers Rodric Bowman and Sundjata Sekou, with Mr. Bowman receiving the 3rd highest number of votes to join incumbent candidates Chris Miller and Jeof Vita on the BOE. After the […]
With the unofficial results in, Rodric Bowman, Chris Miller, and Jeof Vita win seats on the Board Of Education (BOE) for the next three years. Mr. Miller and Mr. Vita are already on the BOE and will be returning for another three years while newcomer Rodric Bowman will be in the seat that was left […]
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