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    Building on our unique traditions, the mission of the Pitman School District, in partnership with families and our community, is to educate all students through exceptional learning experiences to be discerning, ethical, confident citizens. It is the expectation of this school district that all pupils achieve the New Jersey Student Learning Standards at all grade levels.

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  • UPDATE RE: CORONAVIRUS (COVID_19) RESPONSE

     

    Updated on May 15, 2020

    WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW NOW:

     

    The health and safety of our students and staff remains our highest priority. We are adhering to the guidance provided by the New Jersey Department of Health and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). With information changing frequently, we believe it is important to stay informed and prepared. We will update this page as new and relevant information becomes available.

    CURRENT STATUS: All Pitman schools are currently closed for the balnce of the school year.  In mid-March, Governor Murphy issued Executive Order #104, in which all New Jersey public schools would remain closed as long the Order remains in effect.  The Governor recently announced that school closures will remain in place for the balance of the 2019-20 school year (last day: June 12, 2020).

    Virtual instruction days are in effect at this time.  Contact your child's principal by email/phone if you have any questions or concerns; although they may be working remotely, they have access to email and voicemail, and will respond ASAP.  Specific concerns regarding a particular class should be addressed initially to your child's teacher via email.

    Athletics: The Tri County Conference has canceled the spring sports season in accordance with guidance from the NJ State Interscholastic Athletics Association.  No decision regarding preseason training for the Fall 2020 sports season has been released yet.; we have no current updates regarding athletic physicals, although new PHS students should schedule a physical examination with their persoanl physician prior to the new school year.  Please visit our website for updates throughout the summer. 

    Field trips: All school trips during the announced closure are cancelled. 

    Long-term school closure: Per recommendations from the New Jersey Department of Health and the New Jersey Department of Education, school districts have implemented  contingency plans in the event we need to close for an extended period of time. These plans are posted on the district website under the "Families" tab.

    Make-up assignments: If your child is unable to participate in virtual learning due to illness, please notify your child’s teacher.  They will continue to provide assignments and opportunities for learning, but may make modifications or changes to deadlines.

    School Cleaning: Since the closure of schools, our custodial staff has worked diligently to mitigate the spread of germs with enhanced  cleaning routines in all schools. They are focused on disinfecting surfaces, common areas, door handles and restrooms.  As building access is restricted, maintenance cleaning will be performed in certain areas during an extended closing in preparation for a return to school.

    School events: For the duration of the school closure, student activities, clubs, and events will suspend operations and/or postpone/cancel.  If continuation of selected activities can be done virtually, student participation may be re-evaluated on a case-by-case basis.

    School buildings and grounds: Public access to school grounds and buildings is restricted during the closure.  Access by district staff is very limited, and only by essential personnel on an as-needed basis; remote work protocols are in place for district employees as applicable.  Per recommendation, and out of an abundance of caution, school playground access is restricted and use of playground equipment is prohibited until further notice.  The district will provide updates soon regarding the retrieval of staff and student belongings from school buildings, as well as the safe return of district property to the schools.

     

    Student Medical Concerns: Please direct specific student medical concerns that may impact learning to the school nurse.

     

    Have a question? Email Dr. McAleer (Superintendent)

     

    ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

     

    Centers for Disease Control (CDC), Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)

    New Jersey Department of Health (DOH), COVID-19: Information for Schools and Businesses

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  • Pitman School District Coronavirus Meal Service Survey

    Due to the school closure, shelf-stable meals (packaged as a school week's supply) will be available for current Pitman families. Meals will be available for pick up at Pitman High School's student parking lot. (PLEASE READ "IMPORTANT PICKUP PROCEDURES" BELOW)

     

    As of April 24, 2020 the State of New Jersey Department of Agriculture states:
    "Effective immediately, SFAs previously approved to operate a “Closed Enrolled” site are allowed to
    provide meals free of charge to all students enrolled in the school, regardless of eligibility status."

     

    The following survey is to see who wishes to receive this week's 5 day supply of shelf-stable food.

     

    PLEASE NOTE: FOR LUNCH, WE WILL BEGIN DISTRIBUTING SOME OF OUR PERISHABLE FOOD, WHICH WILL NEED TO BE COOKED BY A PARENT/GUARDIAN. 

     

    Week of June 1st

     

    MENU - Week of June 1st (5 Day Supply):

     

    Breakfast:

    Cereal, fruit/juice & milk

    Pop Tarts, fruit/juice & milk

    Mini bread or muffin & graham crackers
    or yogurt, fruit/juice & milk

     

    Lunch:

    Bagel with cream cheese, sunflower seeds, cheese stick, veggie, fruit and milk

    Corndog (to be cooked) Sunflower Seeds, Veggie, Fruit, and milk

    Uncrustables, veggie, fruit, and milk

    Pizza Crunchers - (to be cooked), veggie, fruit, and milk

    Hamburger(to be cooked) Pretzel Roll, veggie, fruit, and milk

     

    *Food Pick up is Monday, June 1, 2020 between the hours of 8 AM - 10 AM at Pitman High School in the student parking lot.* PLEASE READ "IMPORTANT PICKUP PROCEDURES" BELOW *

     

    IN ORDER TO INSURE AN ACCURATE COUNT OF MEALS, IT IS IMPORTANT TO  COMPLETE THIS SURVEY.  If you know of someone in need who does not have a computer, encourage them to call 856-589-0369, Extension 6006 and leave a message with their name; their children's names, grade level, and school; which meals (breakfast/lunch/both) they are ordering; and any information re: food allergies.

     

    ***PLEASE COMPLETE THIS SURVEY BY WEDNESDAY, May 27, 2020 by 2:00 PM!!***

     

    **REMINDER - YOU MUST WEAR A MASK AT PICKUP**

     

    Important Pickup Procedures

    Due to mandatory changes and recommendations made by CDC, OEM, and DOH, the pickup line for meals has been modified. We will no longer be giving cards or taking cards, nor will there be an exchange of food through car windows etc. This is to minimize exposure to our families and our staff therefore the following procedure are now in place.

     

    1. You MUST wear a face mask when you come for meal pickup; especially when you roll down your window to speak with staff and if you need to exit your vehicle to load your meals. Thank you for your cooperation.

     

    2. One station will be set up for check in, please have your child's pin ready. If you cannot find your child's pin please bring ID. We will be checking id's now to verify parent/guardians who do not have pin#''s .

     

    3. Once checked in, the meal counts will be given to our staff to prepare your bags.

     

    4. You will be asked if you can open and close your trunk from inside your vehicle. You will be told to pull forward if you are able to open and close, meals will be placed in your trunk at that time. Our staff will not open car doors, open/close trunks etc. We will not touch your vehicle other than to place the food down in the trunk. We must maintain safe distances, etc.

     

    If you cannot open and close your trunk from inside your vehicle you will be directed to a table for meal pickup. You will have to then exit your vehicle and retrieve the food bags from that table, and please remember you MUST wear a face mask when you exit the vehicle. The tables are wiped down after EVERY pickup with an approved cleaning agent.

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  • Preschool Registration

     

    PITMAN SCHOOL DISTRICT PRESCHOOL 2020-2021

    Click on the picture or the link and complete the Pitman School District Preschool 2020-2021 Pre-registration Form.

     

    If you are interested in registering your child for our half day pre-Kindergarten programs for next school year, please visit this link and complete an online pre-registration form (an appointment slot on 3/11/20 or 3/12/2020 will be scheduled for you and your child; you will also receive additional information).

     

    About the Program

     

    The Pitman Public Schools offers half day preschool options for students ages 3 and 4 (2020-21 program is housed at Memorial School):

    • Inclusion classes for 3 years olds (AM session*) and 4 year olds (PM session*) - parent paid tuition programs (2020-21 rates pending BOE approval: $325/month - 5 day program).
    • Self-contained Pre-School program for eligible students with special needs
    • Dual certified teachers (including special education certified)
    • Creative Curriculum program
    • AM childcare option for 4 year olds in the PM program

    * - current schedule: AM = 8:30 - 11:00; PM = 12:30 - 3:00; 2020-21 schedule (tentative pending approval): AM = 8:40 - 11:10; PM = 12:40 - 3:10

    For more information, contact Memorial School at 589-2526.

     

         

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  • Congratulations

    Congratulations to the Pitman School District's 2019-2020 Teachers and Educational Services Professionals of the Year!

    Teachers of the Year

    John Hopely- Special Education at Pitman High School
    Meghan Bourquin- Special Education at Pitman Middle School
    Laura Pirrone - 1st Grade at Kindle Elementary School
    Dare Euler-4th Grade at Memorial Elementary School
    Janine Morrison- 1st Grade at W.C.K. Walls Elementary School

    Educational Services Professionals of the Year

    Michelle Natali-Muldoon- Paraprofessional at Pitman High School
    Christine Heier- Paraprofessional at Memorial Elementary School
    Dawn Conner- Paraprofessional at W.C.K. Walls Elementary School

     

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