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    All Title I Parents & Students are invited to attend "Rolling out the Red Carpet for Literacy!"

    Who: All Title I Parents, Students, and Teachers! 

    What: FREE Title I Literacy Workshop

    When:Tuesday, April 17, 2018 @ 6:00pm

    Where: Woodbine Avenue School #23 89 Woodbine Avenue, Avenel 07001

    Why: Showcasing and debuting Language Arts strategies, literature, and learning activities to help your child(ren) succeed!

    FREE pizza and refreshments will be served!

    (Please note that this is a workshop, not a parent/teacher conference.)

    Families who attend all THREE Title I Workshops will be entered into a raffle to win an amazing prize. Please fill out the RSVP below and return to school. Thank You!

    Please note a response is required, even if you cannot attend.

    Return by Wednesday, April 11, 2018

    Click here for flyer!!

    Mrs. Giordano would like you to join Ross St. Reminders!
     
    To receive messages via text, text @rossstre to 81010.
    To receive messages via email, send an email to rossstre@mail.remind.com 

     SCHOOL LUNCH
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    Harassment, Intimidation, and Bullying (HIB) Information
    School Anti-Bullying Specialist
    Amanda Acheson
    732-602-8511
     
    District Anti-Bullying Coordinator
    Vincent Soccodato
    vincent.soccodato@woodbridge.k12.nj.us
    732-602-8561
     
    HIB District & School Grade Report
     
     
     
    Report a HIB:
     
     

     
     
  • Welcome to Ross Street School #11 

     

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    Congratulations!
    Allison Epstien, Educational Service Professional of the Year
    Amy Hynes, Teacher of the Year  
     
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    ROSS STREET READING HOUSE  

    AMERICAN EDUCATION WEEK  


     
     
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    PARCC CELL PHONE AND ELECTRONIC DEVICE POLICY

    Student use of a cell phone or any electronic mobile device is strictly prohibited during a PARCC test session. No student is to be in possession of a cell phone or any electronic mobile device during a PARCC session. Possession of a cell phone or any electronic device during a PARCC test session AND/OR use of that device to photograph and/or transmit PARCC test content, will result in the Principal or his/her designee confiscating the cell phone or electronic mobile device and enforcing appropriate disciplinary action as outlined in the district’s Student Code of Conduct.

     

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