Lopatcong Township School District (41-2790)

Lopatcong Township School District

Welcome to the Lopatcong Township School District where we strive to provide a challenging, positive academic environment for our students. Our district provides programs which allow for the successful educational growth and development for all students in preschool through grade eight.

Our elementary school, located on Route 57, educates students in preschool through grade four. Our middle school, located at 321 Stonehenge Drive, instructs students in grades five through eight. Faculty members, support staff, parents, administrators and the Lopatcong Township Board of Education work as a quality team to establish the educational program of studies, set priorities and collaborate to create the most rigorous and relevant experiences for students in a fiscally responsible way. Our district also works with local agencies, such as the Lopatcong Town Council, Lopatcong Police, Fire and Rescue Squads, Warren County Prosecutor's Office, as well as NORWESCAP, to collaborate and seek consensus and mutual support on relevant issues that impact our families.

Further, the Parent Teacher Association has a long history of successful and positive involvement within the school and community. PTA members continue to support the district and their children's education by volunteering for school and classroom activities, by serving on school-wide committees and by organizing community awareness groups.

The Lopatcong Township School District is proud of the individual and collective academic and extracurricular achievements of its student population. We take pride in the efforts that the various school and community stakeholders make in planning and supporting educational programs that benefit all of our students. The continued efforts of many community partners have helped to solidify the scope of educational opportunities for our children. The high levels of dedication of our staff, administration, Board of Education, parents, community members, and, of course, our students, reflect the expectations of our school district.