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April 12 , 2024

BOE NEWS 2023 - 2024



Updates from the 3/13 Public Meeting

Thank you to everyone who joined us and participated in our meeting on the evening of March 13th. Dr. Brotschul and the board recognized the outstanding accomplishments of the BHS Winter Track, NJSIAA North II Group II Sectional Championship with ind)ividual recognition for Ayla Johnson (Pole Vault), John Richardson (1600 & 800 meter run), and Trevor Sardis (High Jump). Karen Silva also received recognition upon the announcement of her retirement from her BHS School teaching position.


Included in the superintendent's report was a presentation of the proposed 2024-2025 budget which was approved by the board and can now be submitted to the County Superintendent for review and approval. If you have not yet had the opportunity to view that report, it can be found by clicking here. Also included in the report were the numerous ways in which students, staff and the district have been featured in the news. We invite you to view these articles by clicking here.


A full list of meeting dates for the 2023-2024 school year can be found by clicking here. BOE Meeting Recordings can be viewed by clicking here.


Pathways to Success District Newsletter

The January/February edition of the Pathways to Success newsletter was published, sent to all district families and is available on our district website. We invite all members of the school community to enjoy reading about the developments and accomplishments taking place across the district by clicking here.


Board Policies in First Reading from the March 13th Public Meeting


P1140 - Educational Equity Policies/Affirmative Action (M)

P1523 - Comprehensive Equity Plan (M)

P1530 - Equal Employment Opportunities (M)

R1530 - Equal Employment Opportunity Complaint Procedure (M)

P1550 - Equal Employment/Anti-Discrimination Practices (M)

R2200 - Curriculum Content (M)

P2260 - Equity in School and Classroom Practices (M)

R2260 - Equity in School and Classroom Practices Complaint Procedure (M)

P2411 - Guidance Counseling (M)

P2423 & R2423 - Bilingual Education (M)

P2431.4 & R2431.4 - Prevention and Treatment of Sports-Related Concussions and Head Injuries (M)

P3211 - Code of Ethics

R5440 - Honoring Student Achievement

P5570 - Sportsmanship

P5750 - Equitable Educational Opportunity (M)

P5755 - Equity in Educational Programs and Services (M) - ABOLISHED

P5841 - Secret Societies

P5842 - Equal Access of Student Organizations

P7610 & R7610 - Vandalism

P9323 - Notification of Juvenile Offender Case Disposition


Most Recent Approved Board policies from the January 24th Board Meeting


 P5830 & R5830 - Student FundRaising (Revised)

 P9191 & R9191 - Booster Clubs (Revised)


*For more information on the updates and revisions to the approved policies please click here.

**(M) indicates a mandated policy or revision


Links to All Board Policies & Regulations

All district policies and regulations can be found on the BOE page of the district website. You simply select the BOE tab at the top of the page and then click on "Policies and Goals" from the drop down menu. The "search" icon will allow you to look for policies by keywords or number or you can select the "home" icon for policies or regulations to see them listed by section. If you would like to view all student policies you select 5000 in the policy section and they will all appear listed below in the District Policy section. You can access the Policies and Goals page directly by clicking here.



Board Operations Information

For anyone looking for more information regarding the roles and responsibilities of the board of education we invite you to visit the About section of the BOE page of the district website. You will find a wealth of information here and links to additional resources as well. You can access that information directly by clicking here.

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Mattress Fundraiser

If you or someone you know is looking to replace a bed in your home, now is the time to buy! Bernards HS Boys Lacrosse is hosting a one-day Mattress Fundraiser on Sunday, April 14th, from 10am - 5pm. There will be 25 different styles of beds on display for customers to try. The beds are new, brand name, made to order, available in all sizes, and cost less than retail stores. In addition to beds, there will also be luxury pillows, premium sheets, mattress protectors, adjustable power bases, and CordaRoy’s Convertible Chairs!


Visit our Facebook page and share our posts about products, payment options, and other event information: FACEBOOK PAGE. Check out THIS VIDEO to see how you can help!


Faculty Flyer
Referral Flyer


Cocktails for a Cure

Please join Team Campbell Foundation on Thursday evening, May 9th for Cocktails for a Cure as we mark “10 Years of Kicking Cancer for Kids.” With your help, this very special annual fundraiser enables TCF to help families facing childhood cancer diagnoses, fund pediatric cancer research, and raise awareness, so one day no child has to battle cancer. Are you up for an amazing night of dueling pianos, dinner, drinks, and inspiration? Click the link to buy your tickets today. https://www.eventbrite.com/e/cocktails-for-a-cure-2024-tickets-859614158087

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Spring Registration is OPEN: https://www.dancelocalnj.com/classes2024

5 Week Series of Dance, Yoga, & Movement classes for toddlers-tweens begin April 12th.


Fri & Sat: Creative Movement 9, 10, & 11am

Sun: Yoga 4, 5 & 6pm

Tues: Creative Ballet 3 & 4pm

Wed: Cheer Dance 4 & 5pm

Thurs: Creative Jazz 4pm

+ Monthly Friday Yoga/Journaling Hangout for Ages 8/9yrs 6pm (NEW) & 10/12yrs 7pm

+ Dance for Individuals with Intellectual and Physical Disabilities

+ Season Pop Up Classes & Kid's Night Out Events


Sign up to receive Dance Local News: https://www.dancelocalnj.com/newsletters

Attention children in grades K - 3… You can still join 4-H!


Attention children in grades K - 3… You can still join 4-H! Attached is a list of clubs that likely have openings. The Somerset County 4-H Prep/Cloverbud Program includes free, exploratory clubs led by volunteers.

Attached is a list of clubs that likely have openings. The Somerset County 4-H Prep/Cloverbud Program includes free, exploratory clubs led by volunteers. Clubs typically meet 1-2x/month from September through August. Members display their accomplishments at the Somerset County 4-H Fair, Aug 7-9, 2024. For information about joining and to see a complete list of 4-H clubs for grades K - 13 (one year past high school), visit 4histops.org, email [email protected], or call (908) 526-6644.

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