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YALITZA TORRES, Principal

  • torresya@epsnj.org | 908.436.5581

    Main Builidng
    125 3rd Street
    Elizabeth, NJ 07206
    Main Phone: 908.436.5580

    Annex Builidng
    259 Fulton Ave
    Elizabeth, NJ 07206
    Main Pone:  908.436.4074

News

  • First Ladies Pinning Ceremony

    The First Ladies of Jerome Dunn Academy School No. 9 was established in October of 2015. Ms. Jasmine Lee, Professional School Counselor at School No. 9, facilitates the program. The overall goal of the program is to increase self-efficacy by exploring identity based around five factors (ie: creative self, coping self, physical self, social self and essential self.)

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  • LOT Program

    The Leaders Of Technique (L.O.T.) program is the premiere young men's training organization for upper elementary school boys here in Elizabeth.

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  • Top Chef Competition

    Thank you American Heart Association, The Gateway Foundation, YMCA-Shaping Elizabeth and the Elizabeth Public Schools for giving our scholars the opportunity to participate in the heART of Healthy Cooking partnership with the students of Edison Academy Culinary program.

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  • Read Across America 2018

    In honor of Read Across America Week, Jerome Dunn Academy celebrates with inviting community members, EBOE members and parents to read to our scholars.

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  • First Annual Real Talk Symposium @ Edison Academy

    On Friday, June 10th Thomas A. Edison Career & Technical Academy, held it's First Annual Real Talk Symposium.

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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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  • 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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  • Welcome Back to Students and Families from EBOE President Diane Barbosa- 2020-2021

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