Orange Public Schools

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Gerald Fitzhugh, II, Ed.D., Superintendent of Schools


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    Parents and Guardians, Return the Department of Education Household Survey Forms, Today!

    CEP Free Breakfast and LunchThe Orange Township Public School District participates in the National School Lunch, and School Breakfast Programs called the Community Eligibility Provision (CEP). CEP  provides students with breakfast and lunch at no charge. To ensure this service, parents and guardians of enrolled students must fill out the Department of Education Household Survey form for each child in their household. All completed surveys must be returned to your child's school principal or designee as soon as possible.

    Click here for parent letter in English, Spanish, and Creole.

    Click here for the survey document of English

    Click here for the survey document in Spanish.


    Congratulations Dr. Debra Joseph-Charles

    Dr. Debra Joseph-CharlesSuperintendent of Schools Gerald Fitzhugh, II, Ed.D. sent remarks to all staff congratulating Principal Debra Joseph-Charles on successfully defending her dissertation at Seton Hall University. Dr. Joseph-Charles' topic was "The Effect of a Blended Learning Instructional Model on the Mathematics Performance of Sixth and Seventh Grade Students in a Small Northeastern Urban School District." Congratulations, Dr. Joseph-Charles, on your accomplishment!


    State Assessment Calendar

    State Assessment CalendarThe New Jersey Student Learning Assessments  (NJSLA) will be administered in the 2019-2020 school year to Orange Township Public School students per the NJDOE mandate.

    Parents and guardians, please click here for the SY 2019-2020 Assessment Calendar.


    Teen Summit 2019 

    "Creating a Ripple of Change One Person at a Time"

    For 7th-12th Graders, Parents, Guardians, Teachers and Mentors

    Teen Summit 2019Join the Orange Township Public Schools on October 18 and 19, at Lincoln Avenue School, for the 10th Annual Teen Summit and take part in panel discussions, workshops, and fun activities. The Teen Summit will provide a day of education and recreation, “Creating a Ripple of Change – One Person at a Time.” The event is free and includes food, raffles, and T-shirts on Saturday (while supplies last). Online registration is required!

    Click here for flyers (Teen and Adult versions). Click here to register.

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