Baseball Themed Fun Day!
Support Your Team, Show Your Pride, and Honor a School 21 Family by wearing your Favorite Baseball Gear
 
Donate $1 or Any Amount you Can in Memory of David Ruiz, a former School 21 Father
Wednesday March 22, 2017
 
 
 
 
 
 2016 PARCC SCORES
 
  
 
 Please be advised that as we approach the colder months, jackets and
appropriate cold weather accessories should be worn to school.
Thank you for your cooperation.
 
 
 You shop. Amazon gives. 
Click below for more information on this PTO fundraiser!
 
 Welcome

Oak Ridge Heights School #21 believes the mission of our school is to experience a sense of hope and inspiration founded on the principles of significant, effective and engaging instruction and the ability to be exposed to positive learning experiences, which will result in success for all children as we prepare them to be 21st Century life-long learners. Through collaboration and commitment, all members of the Oak Ridge Heights family contribute to the development of an engaging learning environment where children develop strong habits of good citizenship.    


Please click here and take a minute to read our full mission statement.
 
 
  
Woodbridge Township School District - Referendum 2017 Special Election 
Rescheduled Date: March 28, 2017 2-8pm 
 
  
 
CLICK HERE To Read the Latest Edition of the Student Created
"Golden" Eagle Ledger Newsletter!
 
 
 
 
Oak Ridge Heights School is on Twitter!
Follow us @ORHEagles21
Principal:
Kimberly B. Hahn

Built: 1959
 
 


Anti Bullying
Information
 
Anti-Bullying Specialist
Lindsey Royce
732-499-6553
 
District Anti-Bullying Specialist
Vincent Soccodato
732-602-8561
 
To report a bullying incident, please click on the following link: 
 
 http://reporting.hibster.com/                          Pages/Home.aspx?id=163
 
The NJDOE has released the attached 2015-2016 HIB District and School Grade Report as a result of the School Self-Assessment for Determining Grades under the Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights. The grade is a raw score of data and the sum of the ratings for all indicators within each core element on the School Self-Assessment. The maximum total score for each school is 78 points. The school district’s score is 71 which is an average of the total scores of all schools in the district.
 
 
 
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