Neptune City School District


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  • January 18 - 21, 2022 Announcement - In a continued effort to reduce the spread of COVID-19, the school district will continue its pivot to remote instruction Tuesday, January 18th, through Friday, January 21st, in the hope of returning to in person instruction on Monday, January 24th.  Thank you

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  • Upcoming Reminders

    1/3, School district reopens with late arrival:  Staff reporting at 10:00 AM, Students reporting at 10:20 AM

    1/7, School district closed, No remote instruction on snow day, School district plans to reopen on 1/10 for in person instruction

    1/11 - 1/14, School district will pivot to full remote instrucation, Students should log into Google Classroom on 1/11 at 8:20 AM, Further information will be provided later in the week

    1/18 - 1/21, School district will continue pivot to full remote instruction, Students should log into Google Classroom on 1/18 at 8:20 AM, Further information will be provided later in the week

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  • January 21st, 2022 Neptune City School Board of Education meeting moved to Zoom.  Click the below link to sign up to receive a link to the meeting at 5:50 PM on Thursday.

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    **1/11/2022 - As the school district is pivoted to remote instruction, the new PreK class in person registration scheduled for Thursday, January 13, 2022, is postponed and will be rescheduled as soon as the school district returns to in person instruction.  Thank you for your understanding in maintaining health and safety during the pandemic.**

    Dr. Raymond J. Boccuti
    Chief School Administrator, Principal

    2022 Pre-K Registration


    IT IS WITH GREAT EXCITEMENT WE PROUDLY ANNOUNCE THE OPENING OF OUR NEW PREK CLASS FOR SEPTEMBER 2022.  AS THERE IS GREAT INTEREST IN THIS NEW CLASS, AND A MAXIMUM OF 15 SEATS, WE WILL OPEN REGISTRATION, IN PERSON ONLY, ON THURSDAY, JANUARY 13, 2022, AT 9:00 AM, THROUGH THE MAIN OFFICE OF THE SCHOOL.  THE 15 SEATS WILL BE AWARDED ON A FIRST COME, FIRST SERVED BASIS TO THE FIRST 15 STUDENTS WHOSE PARENTS/GUARDIANS TURN IN A COMPLETED APPLICATION PACKET THAT MAY BE PICKED UP FROM THE MAIN OFFICE OR DOWNLOADED BELOW:

    Link:  Pre-K Packet
    Link:  Pre-K Packet (Spanish)
    Link:  Pre-K Packet (Creole)

     

     

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    210 West Sylvania Avenue
    Neptune City , NJ 07753
    732-775-5319
    Fax 732-775-4335
    Wednesday, January 19, 2022
     

    Health&Safety

    LINK: Click here for the Neptune City School District 2021-2022 Emergency Virtual or Remote Instruction Program (Español)

    LINK: Click here for the Neptune City School District 2021-2022 Safe Return Plan (Español)

    LINK: Click here for the Neptune City School District 2020-2021 Restart Plan (Español)

    January 14, 2022

    Dear Parents/Guardians,

    Following a full week of monitoring and discussions with the Monmouth County Department of Health (MCDOH) and Executive County Superintendent, in an abundance of caution to reduce the spread of COVID-19, we will be extending our pivot to full remote instruction Tuesday, January 18th, through Friday, January 21st, in the hope of returning to in person instruction on Monday, January 24th.  The MCDOH will continue to review our school district situation next week to help us determine and confirm we may return to in person instruction.

    Students will continue to remotely attend a full day schedule so they should be prepared to log in at 8:20 AM each day next week starting Tuesday morning, January 18th, after the Monday holiday.  All in person student activities are canceled.

    Parents/guardians may pick up their children’s breakfasts and lunches for the week on Tuesday, January 18th, 8:00 - 10:00 AM or 12:00 - 1:00 PM.

    Once again, we recognize and understand that pivoting to remote instruction is an inconvenience and hardship.  Therefore, we did not make this decision lightly, but we did make the decision for compelling health and safety reasons to do so.  However, we are still here to provide you with the latest guidance from the CDC, MCDOH, and our school district Physician.  Please feel welcome to reach out to me, our School Nurse, Mrs. Signorino, or both of us anytime.

    In the meantime, if your child or anyone in your home tests positive for COVID-19 or becomes symptomatic, please inform both of us, enjoy the holiday weekend, and we hope you and your families remain safe and well.

    Sincerely

    Dr. Raymond J. Boccuti 
    Chief School Administrator, Principal
    rboccuti@neptunecityschool.org

    January 10, 2022

    Dear Parents/Guardians,

    Following our daily discussion with the Monmouth County Department of Health (MCDOH) and Executive County Superintendent, in an abundance of caution to reduce the spread of COVID-19, we will be pivoting to full remote instruction tomorrow, January 11th, through Friday, January 14th.  The MCDOH will review our school district situation later this week to help us determine if we may return to in person instruction on Tuesday, January 18th, following the holiday or to extend remote instruction.

    Students will remotely attend a full day schedule so they should be prepared to log in at 8:20 AM starting tomorrow morning.  All in person student activities are canceled.

    Parents/guardians may pick up their children’s breakfasts and lunches for the week from the cafeteria tomorrow 8:00 - 10:00 AM or 12:00 - 1:00 PM.

    We recognize that pivoting to remote instruction is an inconvenience and hardship.  Therefore, we did not make this decision lightly, but we did make the decision for compelling health and safety reasons to do so.  However, we are still here to provide you with the latest guidance from the CDC, MCDOH, and our school district Physician.  Please feel welcome to reach out to me, our School Nurse, Mrs. Signorino, or both of us anytime. 

    In the meantime, if your child or anyone in your home tests positive for COVID-19 or becomes symptomatic, please inform both of us, and we hope you and your families remain safe and well.

    Sincerely

    Dr. Raymond J. Boccuti 
    Chief School Administrator, Principal
    rboccuti@neptunecityschool.org

    January 7, 2022

    Due to the current weather conditions and updated forecast, the school district is now closed today, Friday, January 7th.  As this is a snow day, there will be no remote instruction, and the school district will reopen for in person instruction on Monday, January 10th.

    Please be safe in the winter storm.

    Thank you,

    Dr. Raymond J. Boccuti 
    Chief School Administrator, Principal
    rboccuti@neptunecityschool.org

    January 6, 2022

    Good evening.  After checking the latest weather forecast, we will have a late arrival tomorrow morning, January 7th, with staff reporting at 10:00 AM and students reporting at 10:20 AM.  Tomorrow's forecast strongly suggests that the rest of the day may be impacted as well so please look for further communication tomorrow morning.

    Thank you,

    Dr. Raymond J. Boccuti 
    Chief School Administrator, Principal
    rboccuti@neptunecityschool.org

    January 2, 2022

    Good evening and Happy New Year!  After checking the latest weather forecast for tomorrow's incoming winter storm, we will have a late arrival tomorrow morning, January 3rd, with staff reporting at 10:00 AM and students reporting at 10:20 AM.  Please be prepared that the rest of the day may be impacted as well so please look for further communication tomorrow morning.

    Thank you,

    Dr. Raymond J. Boccuti 
    Chief School Administrator, Principal
    rboccuti@neptunecityschool.org

    December 29, 2021

    Dear Parents/Guardians,

    I hope this communication finds you and your families safe and well enjoying the Holiday Season and preparing for the New Year.  We look forward to reopening our school district for in person instruction on Monday, January 3, 2022.

    As you learn through the news every day, COVID-19 transmission continues to surge with the latest variant of the virus.  Therefore, it will be important to maintain all of our health and safety protocols that have assisted in keeping our school district open since September 2020 five days a week with only a few brief pivots to remote instruction.

    In preparation for as safe a return as possible on January 3rd, I respectfully request that, if your child has tested positive for COVID-19, and/or if your child has been a close contact to someone who has tested positive for COVID-19, you email me and our School Nurse, Mrs. Signorino, at our email addresses below.  We will be pleased to provide you with confidential guidance on testing, quarantine, and return to school based on the latest recommendations of the CDC, New Jersey Department of Health, and our school district’s Physician.

    In the meantime, I hope you and your families remain safe and well.

    Sincerely,
    Dr. Raymond J. Boccuti 
    Chief School Administrator, Principal
    rboccuti@neptunecityschool.org

    Brianna C. Signorino
    School Nurse
    bsignorino@neptunecityschool.org 

    December 17, 2021

    Dear Parents/Guardians,

    As we informed you through our emergency notification systems earlier today, in an abundance of caution for health and safety, I decided to pivot our school district to remote instruction (PreK and Kindergarten students work packet instruction) starting on Monday, December 20th, through Thursday, December 23rd which will be a half day for students ending at 12:30 PM.

    If your child was absent today, and you did not pick up his/her home instruction materials today, please pick them up from the main office on Monday at 8:00 AM.

    For students who receive breakfast and lunch, you may pick up breakfasts and lunches for the week from Maschio’s Food Service in our cafeteria on Monday from 8:00 - 10:00 AM and 12:00 - 1:00 PM.

    I was disappointed to have to make this decision because we diligently work with our health and safety protocols to keep our school district open.  Following some individual quarantines, escalation to three classroom quarantines, reviewing the absence lists and reasons for absences, consulting with our School Nurse, and consulting with our school district Physician, I made this proactive decision in consideration of maintaining health and safety for all.  If you have any questions, please feel welcome to reach out to me and our School Nurse, Mrs. Signorino.

    I look forward to welcoming back our students to school on Monday, January 3rd.  In the meantime, I hope you enjoy a wonderful Holiday Season followed by the start of a healthy and prosperous New Year.

    Sincerely,

    Dr. Raymond J. Boccuti
    Chief School Administrator, Principal
    rboccuti@neptunecityschool.org

    November 8, 2021

    Dear Neptune City School District Stakeholders,

    Our school district, and school districts across the nation, are fortunate to be able to apply for grant funding to mitigate losses due to the COVID-19 pandemic.  The grant fund applications have become available in an ongoing manner and each application opportunity includes restricted allowable usage category requirements for the grant funds if they are awarded.  We have applied for every application opportunity and we will be receiving the grant funds we are entitled to receive.

    To date, here are the allowable usage categories and how our school district will be utilizing the grant funds:

    • Healthy and safe facilities - This is the largest portion of grant funds opportunity to date and we will be utilizing the funds to upgrade our heating and air conditioning (HVAC) system.  This exciting project will result in every room in the school district having the required filtered fresh air exchange to maintain the healthiest possible facility during the pandemic, then continue to serve our students, staff, and visitors who struggle with respiratory challenges such as allergies and asthma.

    • Learning acceleration - We will be utilizing the funds to provide our students with after school and summer remediation and enrichment to make up for lost teaching time and learning due to the pandemic.

    • Mental health support - The pandemic has placed tremendous pressures and stress on everyone around the world.  We will be utilizing these funds to support our students and staff struggling from the pandemic.

    While we have carefully followed all requirements, there is nothing to preclude us from seeking the input of our stakeholders as a best practice.  Therefore, I cordially invite you to send me your input through my email address below.  Please be confident that your input will be read, carefully considered, and highly valued for our Neptune City School District family.  In the meantime, I hope that you and your families stay safe and well.

    Sincerely,

    Dr. Raymond J. Boccuti
    Chief School Administrator, Principal
    rboccuti@neptunecityschool.org 

     

  • 9/11 Remembrace and Recognition of First Responders

    2021-2022 Back Pack Lists

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    Monmouth County Emergency Rental Assistance

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    CBO Contact Information

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    Monmouth County Announces Vaccine Availability

    Anyone age 18 & older who lives, works or attends school in Monmouth County is eligible for a COVID-19 Vaccine.

    Appointments are available!

    For more information and to schedule your appointment click the below link

    LINK: https://www.co.monmouth.nj.us/page.aspx?ID=1932

    Breakfast and Lunch

    The Neptune City School District continues to provide breakfast and lunch meals.  For questions, please call 732-775-5319 ext 5003. 

    Resources

    Link: At Home Learning Resources

     

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