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    Debra Joseph-Charles, Principal
     Joshua Chuy, Assistant Principal
    Terence Wesley, Assistant Principal
    Noel Cruz, Dean of Students
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    13 Reasons Why  

     Netflix Series - "13 Reasons Why"

    Dear Parents and Guardians of Orange Students:

     A new Netflix series, "13 Reasons Why," debuted on March 31, 2017. It has been trending both nationally and in our school community. The show is comprised of 13 episodes depicting strong and graphic themes of suicide, bullying, . . . More

     Please click here for Websites providing more information and resources.  https://www.orange.k12.nj.us/Domain/431

    369 Main Street
    Orange, New Jersey 07050
    Phone: 973-677-4515
    Fax: 973-675-0925
    33 Cleveland Street
    Orange, New Jersey 07050
    Phone: 973-677-4110
    Fax: 973-677-1838


    Rosa Parks Walk-through Guide



    During the first two years of implementation of the Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights Act, Rosa Parks Community School has made significant progress in addressing and improving harassment, intimidation, bullying, and school climate by establishing HIB initiatives.
    For further information, click on the link below.


    Parent/Student Portal 
     Reading Night 2 
    Understanding the Common Core
    Title-I Federal Regulations


    The Orange School District supports access by parents/guardians, teachers, students and administrators to informational resources that will improve participation in a child’s education and improve communication between students, parents/guardians and the student’s teachers.
    The Orange School District manages student information electronically and will make the student education records available for viewing only to authorized parents/guardians and students with a secure connection over the Internet. This service is offered to all current and active parents/guardians of students in the Orange School System. Information accuracy is the joint responsibility between schools, parents/guardians, and students. Each school will make every attempt to ensure information is accurate and complete. If a parent/guardian discovers any inaccurate information, parent/guardian will notify their school immediately and provide proof of the inaccurate information.



    Each parent/guardian/student must complete and sign a Parent/Student Portal Access Agreement before viewing student information. A School Official or staff designee must witness the parent/guardian sign this form. The parent/guardian must provide a photo ID or alternate legal document prior to signing. If a parent/guardian cannot visit the school, the parent/guardian must have the form certified by a notary public and mail the completed and signed form with the notary public seal and current date to their child’s school. The school will keep the completed and signed form in the cumulative record folder of each student. Please contact your child’s guidance counselor for additional information.

    Hours of Operation
    8:15 AM - 3:00 PM
    *Students may arrive at 7:45 AM to participate in the breakfast program


    Uniform Policy
    Grades K-4
    Navy Pants (boys/girls)
    Navy Jumper or Skirt (girls)
    White or Light Blue Polo with Collar (boys/girls)


    Grades 5-7
    Khaki Pants (boys/girls)
    Khaki Skirts (girls)
    White Polo with Collar (boys/girls)



    Physical Education
    Gray or Navy Sweat Suits
    Gray or Navy Shorts (knee length) and Gray or Navy T-shirt


    We at RPCS celebrated Global Schoolplayday!


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      Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

      Information for Schools and Childcare Providers about Influenza (Flu) From the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

      Educators and staff can help slow the spread of respiratory illnesses like colds, enterovirus D68 and influenza (flu). Click here for information on preventing the flu as well as materials and tools for schools and parents. 

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  • Ask questions about Opioids
    An Important Message from The NJ Department of Education
    On behalf of the Office of the Attorney General, the NJ Department of Education has asked the Orange Public School District to share the flyer "Ask Questions, Before Taking Opioids," with our school community.
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