How was your day? This question often leaves parents and caretakers frustrated with the one word response or the lack of detail provided to them from their child. Here are a few suggestions that will encourage your child to engage in a conversation about their day.
As an educational institution, we have the responsibility to provide students with lessons and activities that address current topics while modeling and instilling the traits of character education. Teaching students the importance of respect, inclusion, and kindness have always been a part of our school culture. Age appropriate lessons about the impact and horrors of racism are also part of our curriculum. The Rutherford Public School Equity Committee's mission is to provide a platform and organization that will work with students, staff, and the community in order to ensure best practices … [Read more...] about EQUITY RESOURCES
Reestablishing a norm can pose various challenges to individuals of all ages. If you are in need of assistance, RWJBarnabas Health Institute for Prevention and Recovery’s Hope and Healing Program is one resource to consider, offering emotional support services, education and … [Read more...] about Emotional Resilience
Mrs. Danica Schmeding, STEM Supervisor and Mr. Brian Ersalesi, English and Arts Supervisor speak about the strategies that the Rutherford Public Schools are doing to "bridge the gap" since schools have gone to modified schedules due to the Covid-19 pandemic. … [Read more...] about Bridging the Gap