Check out a new 3-D "Fly Through" Video showing each of the facility investments we are proposing in the Dec. 14 Referendum. We have photos in our presentations, but this narrated video gives you a virtual tour of all of the projects for which we are seeking voter approval in the Dec. 14 Referendum Vote.
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The biggest questions being asked are WHY are these projects needed and WHY NOW? To condense the full details and information on our referendum page, we have come up with the TOP TEN REASONS why this referendum is being proposed for voter approval. As always, we are here for any questions!
The Cranbury School District is “full STEAM ahead” on providing information regarding the December 14th referendum designed to serve the students and community of Cranbury. The referendum includes projects focused on facilities improvements to create a more robust educational experience in the areas of STEAM - Science, Technology, Engineering, the Arts and Mathematics. We invite you to view our Dec. 14 Referendum Page for full details, including how you can calculate your own Referendum Tax Impact.
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Cranbury School continues to experience a shortage of substitute teachers due to a variety of circumstances. Unfortunately, there is a State-wide shortage of substitute teachers.
Cranbury School is one of 32 schools receiving Silver-level certification for the 2021 school year. We are one of 21 schools attaining Silver Certification status for the first time.
If you are new to Cranbury and need to enroll your child in school, please contact School Registrar Denise Marra at (609) 395-1700, X 225 for additional information.
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For her efforts to lead and support not only the Cranbury School District but also educators throughout the county during a global pandemic, Dr. Susan Genco has been unanimously chosen as the 2021 Middlesex County Superintendent of the Year by the Middlesex County Association of School Administrators (MCASA).
The School Performance Reports reflect the New Jersey Department of Education’s (NJDOE) commitment to providing parents, students and school communities with a large variety of information about each school and district. These reports can be used as a tool to help evaluate whether all students have equitable access to high quality education.
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