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Board of Education [Official web-site]

Hasbrouck Heights
Board of Eduction

Un-official web-site

2006-2007 School [Calendar][Info] in pdf format
2005-2006 School Calendar in pdf format
2004-2005 School Calendar in pdf format
2003-2004 School Calendar in pdf format
2002-2003 School Calendar in pdf format
2001-2002 School [Calendar][Info] in pdf format
2000-2001 School [Calendar][Info] in pdf format

BOE Superintendent's Monthly Reports [Index]
BOE Minutes [Index]


Recent Stories

Lincoln School Held Science Fair
The Lincoln School PTA held their 14th Annual Science Exchange & Exposition Program in the school gym on January 24 and 25, 2006. [Story & photos]

Lincoln School Earns State Excellence Award [Photo & story]

Aviators - It's A Team Effort

The Aviators Hasbrouck Heights High School Football team started this year with a loss to Ridgefield, went on to win 10 straight games, and then concluded the regular season as Bergen County Olympic League Champs with a chance to play State Finals at Giants Stadium. [Story & photos]

7th Annual Rau-Fitzgerald/Terlemezian Memorial Run/Walk
was held on April 9, 2005.  The event was sponsored by the
Hasbrouck Heights Education Association.
2005 [Photos and story]  2004 [Photos and story]
  2003 [Photos and story]

Euclid Science Exchange & Exposition 2005
Euclid  Elementary School presented their Annual Science Exchange Programs. Children prepared and displayed a hands-on science project of their choice.  The Science Exchange was a great opportunity for children to question, explore, plan, predict, experiment and formulate conclusions about their world -- and share that information with the community. [2005 Photos]

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Hasbrouck Heights High School Marching Band playing the National Anthem during
2004 Memorial Day [Parade][Veterans Service][Fireman's Memorial Service]

6th Annual Rau-Fitzgerald/Terlemezian Memorial Run/Walk
was held on April 24, 2004. Event sponsored by Hasbrouck Heights Education Association.
2004 [Photos and story]
  2003 [Photos and story]

School Board Elections April 20
2004-05 School Budget -- $19,343,355
Average school tax bill on home assessed at $195,000 is $3,666

Technology Fair
From 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. on March 8, 2004, the Hasbrouck Heights Board of Education presented a Technology Fair in the high school cafeteria.  There were student presentations using existing classroom technology, advanced presentations by vendors and video technology connecting classrooms to other sites.  The school system's new web-site was introduced. Door prize was a free computer. Refreshments were available. The event was produced by Tom Matty, technology coordinator.A Board of Education budget presentation followed in the auditorium.[Story & photos]

"Read To Achieve" Scores Big
NJ Nets superstars took on Hasbrouck Heights third graders from Corpus Christi, Euclid and Lincoln Schools at the Free Public Library  (Division Ave.) on Monday morning, October 20, 2003.
Reading won!  [Photos & Story][More photos]

Hitchcock Field
Here is a quick tour of the field behind the Jr./Sr. High School 2003 [Photos]

5th Annual Rau-Fitzgerald/Terlemezian Memorial Run/Walk
was held on April 12, 2003. Event sponsored by Hasbrouck Heights Education Association.
2003 [Photos and story]

Teachers Breakfast
On September 3, 2002 at 8:00 a.m., the combined staff of the Hasbrouck Heights Board of Education met for an introduction breakfast at the Jr. Sr. High School cafeteria. [Photos]

Teachers Breakfast
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Teachers Breakfast September 4, 2001 [larger photo]

Schools chief leaving Hasbrouck Heights
The superintendent of the borough school district is leaving his job to accept a similar position in an Atlantic County district.   Richard Stepura announced his resignation, effective Aug. 24, at a school board meeting Tuesday night.  [Record July 19, 2001]

[September 2001] Community Relations Committee by Edwinna Carroll

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Heights students experienced "driving under the influence" with special goggles that simulated the effects of .07/.08% and also .18/.19% alcohol levels. 
May 2001 [Photos]     October 2000 [Story & pics]

School Expansion Program
Ribbon Cutting: [Lincoln] [Euclid] [Jr/Sr. HS][Cornerstone Ceremony]
Recent additions -- Construction Photos  [Index]

Merger defeat serves to revive old school plans  [Record, Thursday, May 8, 1997]


General Information
School stats -- The Record

The Board of Education serves as a legislative or policy-making body with the Superintendent of Schools as chief executive officer. The board meets regularly at 8:00 p.m. on the last Thursday of each month in the Dr. Burnett Eglow Media Center, 365 Boulevard. All meetings are open to the public.

Administration Building - 379 Boulevard
Superintendent’s Office -- 201-393-8145
Business Office -- 201-288-6150
Administration Fax -- 201-288-0289

Euclid School
- Kindergarten thru Grade 5 - 1 Burton Avenue
School Hours: 8:35 a.m. to 11:45 a.m. and 12:50 p.m. to 3:08 p.m.
Euclid Main Office -- 201-288-2138
Euclid School Fax -- 201-727-1409

Lincoln School - Kindergarten thru Grade 5 - Burton and Paterson Aves
School Hours: 8:35 a.m. to 11:45 a.m. and 12:50 p.m. to 3:08 p.m.
Lincoln Main Office -- 201-288-2365
Lincoln School Fax -- 201-393-8362

Junior-Senior High School - Grades 6 thru 12 - 365 Boulevard
School Hours: Grades 8-12 - 7:55 a.m. to 2:39 p.m.
Grades 6-7 - 8:05 a.m. to 2:49 p.m.
High School Main Office -- 201-288-3971
Middle Level Office -- 201-393-8190
High School Fax -- 201-288-2083
Attendance grades 6-8 -- 201-393-8190
Attendance grades 9-12 -- 201-393-8168

School Closing - Delayed Opening
A delayed opening of schools will be instituted in some cases of inclement weather. Classes at all levels will commence at 10:00 a.m. on a delayed opening day.

Radio stations in the metropolitan area (WOR, WINS, WCBS, WVNJ, WABC) will announce school closings and delayed openings beginning at 6:30 a.m.. Information on local school closings or delayed openings can also be obtained by calling 288-1848.

Parents are urged to use the local telephone number and listen to announcements. Please do not phone the Police Department for closing information.

School Nurses
Junior-Senior High School -- 201-393-8160
Lincoln School -- 201-393-8184
Euclid School -- 201-393-8178

Kindergarten Entrance
To be admitted to kindergarten, a child must be five years of age by October 1 of the current year.

Registration of kindergarten children is held in the spring with the late registration on the day school opens in September. Parents of each entering student must present a copy of the child’s birth certificate, the record of contagious diseases, and the dates of vaccination, inoculations and immunizations. DPT and polio vaccinations must be given after the child’s fourth birthday. A physical and dental examination is also necessary. Immunization must be presented before or on the first day of school. Those not in compliance will not be able to attend until the regulations are met.

Guidance and Counseling
Child Study Team (Administration Building) 201-393-8150
District Guidance (Jr.-Sr. High School) 201-393-8164


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