• Elizabeth Public Schools' teachers make a positive difference visible not only through higher test scores, graduation rates, and attendance, but by championing the love of learning at every opportunity.  

    A world-class educator has high expectations of themselves and their students, is willing to challenge and be challenged, and pursues learning opportunities for continuous growth. Such an educator sees the potential in every child, with no exceptions. They teach with passion, and make an effort to ensure that every student reaches their full potential.1

District News

  • Federal Breakfast & Lunch Program

    Free Grab & Go Breakfast & Lunch Program for all Elizabeth Public School students! Parents are able to pick up the meals at the nearest location to their home.

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  • EPS High School to Host Virtual Panel on Safe Spaces and Places For Teens

    Admiral William F. Halsey, Jr. Health and Public Safety Academy, along with Future Cities Inc., will host the virtual panel discussion Safe Spaces and Places For Teens: Our Neighborhood Parks and Playgrounds on Friday, September 25 at 11:00 a.m.

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  • EBOE Declares Racism a Public Health Crisis

    At the Elizabeth Board of Education meeting on September 17, the Board unanimously passed a resolution asserting that racism is a public health crisis affecting our entire country and supporting all additional efforts in Elizabeth, Union County, the State of New Jersey, and nationwide to address racism and public health disparities due to racial inequities.

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  • EPS Celebrates National Hispanic Heritage Month

    The Elizabeth Board of Education and Elizabeth Public Schools would like to recognize and celebrate our families, team members, Board members, and greater community members of Spanish and Latin American descent for their outstanding contributions to and support of our students, our schools, and our city.

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  • Amistad Collaborative Progress Report

    The Amistad Bill (A1301), which became law in 2002, calls on New Jersey schools to incorporate African and African American history into their social studies curriculum. Since 2002, the Elizabeth Public Schools (EPS) has developed, revised, and executed curricula in Social Studies and Language Arts that demonstrates that Africans and African Americans have played and continue to play a foundational role in the establishment, growth, and expansion of the United States.

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