Tuesday, March 16, 2021@ 10 am Parent virtual presentation grades 9-12 Turning 18 means reaching the age of majority or the legal age in the state of New Jersey. In the eyes of the law, 18 year-olds are adults and responsible for their actions. This presentation is intended to help teenagers turning 18 (and their families) understand some of the legal rights and responsibilities that come with reaching this milestone. The presentation is not legal advice but is provided as a public education service to help explain laws in New Jersey. Presenter: Lisa Goldman, attorney RSVP here and receive the meeting link.
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SOS- Signs of Suicide, is a universal, school-based prevention program designed for middle school and high school (ages 13-17) students. This school year the training will be facilitated in one hour virtual workshops that encourage students to become upstanders and become the voice for someone who needs help. Additionally this interactive workshop gives students tools in becoming the eyes and the ears for others in need.
Following Spring Recess, Cranford Public Schools will be fully remote. Please note that extra-curricular activities will continue during this time and all established protocols and procedures will be followed.
The District Calendar was approved on 2/8 for the next school year.
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At A Glance
- NJQSAC Designated High Performing District
- 98.5% High School Graduation Rate
- 160 K-8 Clubs and Activities
- 90 Clubs and Activities in the HS
- 28 Varsity Athletic Programs
- 80 Arts Performances Annually