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Anti-Bullying Coordinator
Mr. Nicholas J. Dotoli, Ed. M., Esq.
ndotoli@bloomfield.k12.nj.us
(973) 680-8501 x2016

For additional information visit
Anti-Bullying Webpage

 

Bloomfield School District News Updates
  • BOE Resolution Opposing the Proposed Charter SchoolPosted May 17 @ 7:23 PM
    At the BOE Meeting on Tuesday, May 10, the Board passed a resolution opposing the application for the establishment of a charter school in Bloomfield. 

    Click here for the full text of the Resolution With Intent To Oppose the Application for the Establishment of the Frank Sinatra Charter School of the Arts in Bloomfield.

  • Come to the Science Expo!Posted May 16 @ 4:01 PM
    Join us on Thursday, June 9th from 6-8 in the BHS cafeteria for the Annual Science Expo!
     
  • 2016 School BudgetPosted Apr 27 @ 10:04 AM
    Click Here to see the full budget presentation from the April 26th Board Meeting.
  • Announcing Bloomfield Teacher AcademyPosted Apr 28 @ 9:01 AM
    Click on this link for more information.
  • Memorial Day Weekend ExtensionPosted Apr 7 @ 9:41 AM
    Please be advised that the Bloomfield Board of Education has approved the give back of two unused snow days that were written into the calendar for the 2015-2016 school year. Therefore, school will not be in session on Friday, May 27th and Tuesday, May 31st. School was already closed on Monday, May 30th for Memorial Day. Please mark your calendars accordingly
  • District Lead Level Results- Click Here For ResultsPosted Apr 7 @ 9:03 AM
    We have received our testing results for lead levels in our drinking water from the Bloomfield Health Department. A total of fifty-six (56) samples were taken from all 14 sites within the district. All samples came back below the maximum contaminate levels allowed by state and federal regulations; with the exception, of a kitchen sink (not used for food preparation or child consumption) at the ECC and a drinking fountain at the Administration Building. The water fountain at the Administration Building has been shut down and will be removed. The kitchen sink at the ECC has been shut down and will be remediated at the recommendation of the Bloomfield Health Department.

     

    These results indicate there is no public health threat. A copy of the results are available in the Business Administrators Office for review, as well as electronically through the district site.

  • Superintendent's Letter To The Community-March 2016Posted Mar 9 @ 12:46 PM

    An ongoing effort, and hopefully a legacy to my time as Superintendent, will be this District’s commitment to highlighting things that are going well and things that we can rally around that are great for public school pupils. We all get caught-up in the day-to-day grind and sometimes our focus on the small things detract from the meaningful progress we have, together, achieved.  I offer this letter to you as a friend of the Board of Education to emphasize the tremendous progress we have collectively made so far and the foundation we are building in order for us to continue to achieve amazing things for our kids!

     

     

    (Click link to see full letter)

  • Kindergarten 2016 RegistrationPosted Feb 10 @ 1:45 PM
    Parents/Guardians of any students who will be 5 years old on or before October 1st, 2016 will be able to register their child for the September 2016 school year beginning February 17th.
  • Celebrating Our Students At NJ School Boards MeetingCelebrating Our Students At NJ School Boards MeetingPosted Nov 17 @ 1:07 PM
    Commissioner  Hespe speaks at Essex County, New Jersey School Boards Meeting at Greenbrook Country Club in North Caldwell, NJ
    Shane Berger, President of Essex County New Jersey School Board President, 2 Bloomfield students, Sarah Tremmel and Jessalyn Nordin-Garcia and Superintendent Goncalves.
  • School Boards 2015School Boards 2015Posted Nov 17 @ 10:30 AM
    Commissioner Hespe and Superintendent Goncalves take a break during the New Jersey School Boards Convention in Atlantic City.
  • All District News Posted in the 2014-2015 School YearPosted Apr @ 11:12 AM
    Review all the successful events and announcements of the last school year!
  • Board Meeting Schedule 2016-2017Posted Jan 6 @ 2:04 PM
  • State Winner in DAR History Essay Contest Places Third in Eastern DivisionState Winner in DAR History Essay Contest Places Third in Eastern DivisionPosted May 17 @ 10:18 AM
    The Daughters of the American Revolution, founded in 1890 and headquartered in Washington, D.C., is a non-profit, non-political volunteer women's service organization dedicated to promoting patriotism, preserving American history, and securing America's future through better education for children.

    Each academic year, a unique essay topic is chosen and guidelines are made available.  The contest is open to all students in grades 5-8.  Essays are judged for historical accuracy, adherence to topic, organization of materials, interest, originality, spelling, grammar, punctuation and neatness.

     

    Genevieve Reoch, a fifth grader in Mrs. Maglicano’s class at Demarest School, is a wonderful writer!  Gen was recently honored in Princeton at the Annual Daughters of the American Revolution luncheon for her first place STATE win in the DAR essay contest.  However, the great news does not end there.  We were recently informed that Gen has placed third in the Eastern Division American History Essay Contest!  This is some feat to accomplish, especially for a first year entrant!

    Congratulations to Genevieve for an outstanding job.  Demarest School is proud of her!

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