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Student Attestation Forms - Genesis Parent Portal

Students attending school in the hybrid next week will need to have a daily attestation form completed BEFORE arriving at school. Parents can access the attestation form in the Genesis Parent Portal; it will appear on Tuesday morning, Jan 19.  The directions take you through the steps.

EWRSD Community Update: January 6, 2021

I would like to warmly welcome you to 2021! Hopefully, the winter holidays provided you with opportunities to relax and enjoy time with family. As we begin a new calendar year, this update will include relevant information regarding our school district.

Notice of Annual Board Meetings

On January 4, 2021, at the annual reorganization meeting, the Board of Education of the East Windsor Regional School District approved the following dates for board meetings to be held remotely until further notice. All meetings are schedule to begin at 6:00 p.m.

EWRSD SMS/Text Messaging

The East Windsor Regional School District currently uses a program called SchoolMessenger to communicate on a large scale with district staff and parents. These communications take the form of emails or phone calls. In an effort to provide faster and more direct messages, the district will begin to utilize SMS or text messaging, as well.

Chartwells Meals

Chartwells/East Windsor Regional School District will be offering 5+2-day meal packages for breakfast and lunch every Tuesday, from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. at Ethel McKnight Elementary School and Grace N. Rogers Elementary School. (Subject to change once the district begins Hybrid schooling)

Pride in Performance

Through a safe, inclusive learning experience that is grounded in best practices, students in the East Windsor Regional School District will develop and strengthen academic, social, and emotional skills needed in order to be successful, productive citizens.

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Serving Every Child, Every Day, we will strive to:

1. Increase achievement by challenging and supporting each student to reach his/her highest potential.
2. Address the needs of the whole child by ensuring all students feel healthy, safe, engaged, supported, and challenged, with opportunities for social/emotional learning and growth.
3. Prepare all students with the skills and awareness necessary to actively contribute as productive local and global citizens.
4. Provide professional staff with the knowledge, skills, and resources necessary for highly effective delivery of instruction and services.

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