Harrassment, Intimidation & Bullying
Mr. Nicholas J. Dotoli, Ed. M., Esq.
(973) 680-8501 x2016
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The New Jersey Department of Education is asking for your input into the kind of public school information that you would like reported annually. This is your opportunity to tell the state exactly what you want to see in the School Performance Reports (formerly called the School Report Cards) to ensure that you have access to information that can help you determine the quality of your local public schools.
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The Sunset Classic is back for the 28th running on Thursday, June 30, 2016 with Kids Sprints at 6:30 pm, the Mile Fun Run at 7:00 pm and the 5 Mile Road Race through the streets of Bloomfield and Glen Ridge at 7:30 pm.
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This morning we conducted unannounced lockdown drills at Bloomfield High School, Bloomfield Middle School and Brookdale Elementary School. The unannounced drills were facilitated by the NJ Department of Education’s Office of School Preparedness and Emergency Planning, as part of the Governor’s K-12 School Security Task Force’s initiative.
Representatives from the NJDOE and Bergen County Prosecutors office were on hand to observe our drills, provide targeted support to help us improve, and to share information they have learned from similar efforts across the state. The Bloomfield Police Department was aware of the drills and the visit from these officials.
Having lockdown drills in multiple schools around the same time is unusual and has the potential to cause concern. Therefore, we are sharing this information to assure you that there was no real emergency today, and that these drills were only part of a NJDOE program designed to assist school districts with preparedness.
Please contact me or your school principal with any questions.
Salvatore L. Goncalves
Superintendent of Schools
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.
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.
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!
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Mr. Salvatore Goncalves, Superintendent | 155 Broad St, Bloomfield, NJ 07003, P:973-680-8500 F:973-