District News

  • EPS Celebrates the Mid-Atlantic Region Champion Elmora Troopers

    Elizabeth Public Schools joined the City of Elizabeth and thousands of city residents in celebrating the Mid-Atlantic Region Champion Elmora Troopers little league team as they travelled through Elizabeth in a parade on September 6 celebrating their historic achievement of reaching the Little League World Series in Williamsport, Pennsylvania.

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  • Welcome back to students and families from EBOE President Stephanie G Pestana

    On behalf of the Elizabeth Board of Education, I am pleased to welcome you to the 2019-2020 school year!

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  • EPS Announces Soccer Academy Partnership with Real Madrid

    Elizabeth Public Schools announced a partnership with the Real Madrid Foundation and Ducatus Foundation to provide targeted students with an after school program that blends classroom and athletic education at a kickoff event at Juan Pablo Duarte – José Julián Martí School No. 28 on Thursday.

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  • Stephanie's Stars 2019 Volume 1

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  • President's Tour Volume 4

    Board of Education President Stephanie G. Pestana presents her you are one of a kind tour. Stephanie visits Schools 52, 19, 20, 51 and 21.

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  • 2019 Commencement Ceremony

    Graduating seniors of J. Christian Bollwage Finance Academy, John E. Dwyer Technology Academy, Thomas A. Edison Career and Technical Academy, Elizabeth High School - Frank J. Cicarell Academy, Admiral William F. Halsey, Jr. Health and Public Safety Academy, Alexander Hamilton Preparatory Academy, and Thomas Jefferson Arts Academy participated in commencement exercises on Monday, June 24, 2019 at Williams Field in Elizabeth.

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  • Inside EPS June 2019

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  • Board Meeting June 13, 2019

    At the June 13 Elizabeth Board of Education meeting at Donald Stewart Early Childhood Center School No. 51, the meeting opened with a video highlighting the latest stops of Board President Stephanie Goncalves’ You’re One of a Kind Tour as she goes to visit each school in the district to meet students and team members and see the educational activities taking place.

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  • Board of Education Meeting June 4, 2019

    At the special Elizabeth Board of Education meeting held on June 3, 2019 at Dr. Albert Einstein School No. 29, the Board honored the 2018-2019 Governor’s Award recipients, including the teacher of the year and the educational service provider of the year from each district school. Seventy-two teachers and educational service providers were recognized for their excellent contributions to their respective school communities.

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  • Dwyer Technology Academy was certified as the First National AVID Demonstration High School in Elizabeth

    On May 23, John E. Dwyer Technology Academy was certified as the First National AVID Demonstration High School in Elizabeth. This is the highest level of distinction from AVID that any school can receive. To become the first and only AVID National Demonstration High School in Elizabeth is an enormous honor for the AVID site team, all students, teachers and staff at John E. Dwyer Technology Academy.

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  • 3 EPS Schools Named 2019 National School of Character - 5-10-19

    Nicholas S. LaCorte – Peterstown School No. 3, Dr. Albert Einstein Academy School No. 29, and Frances C. Smith Early Childhood Center School No. 50 were among 92 schools to be recognized as a 2019 National School of Character by Character.org. Each year, Character.org and its state affiliates select schools and districts that demonstrate a dedicated focus on character development, which has a true positive impact on academic achievement, student behavior, and school climate.

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  • Letter to parents-guardians expressing the importance of school security drills- 5-9-19

    In order for us to ensure to the best of our ability that our students, team members, and visitors will be in the safest conditions possible during an emergency event, it is imperative that our schools participate in school crisis drills twice monthly as predicated by state regulations. Participating in drills and practicing the protocols for various emergency situations helps to provide our learning community the best possible opportunity to respond in a manner that enables people to remain safe, should a real emergency event take place.

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  • High School Teams Honored @ City Council Mtg

    The Admiral William F. Halsey, Jr. Health and Public Safety Academy Rifle Team and the Elizabeth Boys Varsity Soccer team were honored by Mayor J. Christian Bollwage and the members of Elizabeth City Council at the City Council meeting on April 9 at City Hall.

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  • Inside EPS-April 2019

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  • Inside EPS March 2019

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  • Letter to parents- Information about Momo challenge and technology awareness- 3-7-19

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  • EPS Receives $95K Advanced Computer Science Grant

    Elizabeth Public Schools has been awarded the Advanced Computer Science Competitive Grant in the amount of $95,101 by the New Jersey Department of Education (NJDOE).

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  • Elizabeth H.S. Students Lead Campaign to Support Teens Inclusion in $15 Minimum Wage Bill

    High School students from several of Elizabeth Public Schools’ seven secondary education academies participated in the democratic process by actively campaigning to include teens in the $15 minimum wage legislation that Governor Phil Murphy signed into law in Elizabeth on Monday.

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  • New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy signed legislation on Monday that will gradually raise the state’s minimum wage to $15 per hour by 2024

    “No family in New Jersey can live on our current minimum wage,” said Giovana Castaneda, Make the Road NJ youth leader and senior at Alexander Hamilton Preparatory Academy. “As a teen worker who fought hard with young people across the state not to be left behind, I am proud that teen workers are included in the minimum wage hike. Our work has value and contributes to our families' income and allows us to save for college. "

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  • 3 EPS Schools Named 2019 NJ School of Character

    Elizabeth, N.J., February 5, 2019 – Jerome Dunn Academy of Mathematics, Technology, and the Arts School No. 9, Dr. Albert Einstein Academy School No. 29, and Frances C. Smith Early Childhood Center School No. 50 were among 26 schools to be recognized as a 2019 New Jersey School of Character (NJSOC) by the New Jersey Alliance for Social, Emotional and Character Development (NJASECD).

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