North Brunswick Township School District (23-3620)

North Brunswick Township School District

North Brunswick Township Schools District provide a comprehensive curriculum that fosters a commitment to academic excellence within a safe and caring environment. The district has been charged with educating more than 6,300 students and is comprised of 7 schools. It currently leases a school building in neighboring Milltown to serve as an Early Childhood Center for 3 and 4 year olds. There are four Kindergarten through Grade 5 elementary schools: John Adams Elementary, Arthur Judd Elementary, Livingston Park Elementary and Parsons Elementary. There is one middle school, Linwood Middle School, which houses 6th – 8th graders and one high school, North Brunswick Township High School serving Grades 9-12.
The citizens of North Brunswick have every reason to be proud. Our schools collaborate with all of its stakeholders to provide the optimum educational experience for its students. The bond between the community and the North Brunswick schools confirms its commitment to educational excellence in the lives of children.
During the 2015-2016 school year, the district adopted a new three year Strategic Plan (P.A.C.E.S.) Parents And Community for Exceptional Schools. Stakeholders can monitor the progress of the plan by visiting the district website, www.nbtschools.org and linking to the Strategic Plan dashboard. The district remained steadfast during the 2015-2016 school year in its commitment to meet the needs of all students through collaboration with all stakeholders. North Brunswick teachers address the varied learning styles of North Brunswick’s students by utilizing proven teaching methodologies and instructional strategies. Student achievement data is continuously analyzed within a Professional Learning Community culture.
The 2015-2016 State Assessment data has revealed that while our students have demonstrated improvement, there is much work yet to be done. The district’s demographics have contributed to an emerging achievement gap among the diverse student population. North Brunswick schools are committed to addressing this issue to ensure fidelity to our core belief that all students can achieve.
The 2015-2016 School Report Card is a snapshot of the district’s performance during the past year. The high school, as well as all district schools, compared favorable to many of the State and district factor group (DFG) averages. Additionally, North Brunswick Township High School (NBTHS) received two “Promising Practices” National Character Education Awards for its programs promoting Cultural Awareness and Positive Behavior Supports in Schools.
The report card is just one instrument that validates North Brunswick Township Schools’ commitment to its mission: “The mission of North Brunswick Schools, in partnership with the community, is to educate, inspire and empower our students to meet challenges and achieve success”.