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    Quick Links to Help You Stay Informed

    Dr. Weber's Fusion Page
    Teacher Fusion PagesFor information about your childís classroom, homework, information from the teacher
    Byrd HSA's WebsiteFor information about Home and School Association sponsored activities
    Genesis ~ Parent PortalTo access your childís report card
    Parent-Student Handbook 2014-2015
    Student Code of Conduct (from Student Handbook)
    Food Policy††(from Parent Handbook)
    HIB Information(from Parent Handbook)
    Report Card Dates (from Parent Handbook)
    To view a PDF "Cheat Sheet" of important links
    Summer Hours
    Monday thru Thursday 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.
    Friday 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.
    Updated hours will be on the voice mail message in event staff is out of the building.

    Summer Enrichment
    This summer, the Glen Rock Community School is offering two programs to inspire young readers and writers.
    Reader's Clubhouse
    †is a summer mini book club where children can share - or develop - a love of literature with some fun activities added in for good measure.†Please click here for our flyer.

    Young Authors provides opportunities for†writers†to keep their skills sharp this summer, whether they are passionate about writing or simply want to improve their skills before September comes.†Please click here for our flyer.

    The Glen Rock Community School STEM camp is celebrating 21 years of inspiring the next generation of young scientists, engineers and mathematicians! Spots are filling quickly for this popular summer program for children entering grades 1 to 6. Please click here for our flyer.

    Register now! Summer is less than a week away!!

    Byrd School is proud to announce...
    †that Mrs. Jakobsen†is our

    Visit the Byrd HSA website regularly for updates and information about upcoming sponsored events!
    NJDOE School Self Assessment for Determining Grades Under the Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights
    Beginning with the September 2011-2012 school year, our school has conscientiously implemented the requirements found in the Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights Act.

    During the first three years of implementation of the Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights Act, our school has made progress in addressing and improving harassment, intimidation and bullying and the school climate and culture through activities, educational programs and student †assemblies.

    The law requires a Self-Assessment, which we completed last June for the 2013-2014 school year.† Through that assessment we learned that our school has demonstrated
    strengths in all areas of the Self-Assessment.† Reflected below are the indicators with the maximum points allowed and Byrdís score:
    • HIB Programs Approaches or Other Initiatives: Max.= 15; Byrdís grade = 15
    • Training on the BOE-Approved HIB Policy: Max.= 9; Byrdís grade = 9
    • Other Staff Instruction and Training Programs: Max. =15; Byrdís grade = 14
    • Curriculum and Instruction on HIB and Related Information and Skills: Max. = 6; Byrdís grade = 6
    • HIB Personnel: Max.= 9; Byrdís grade = 9
    • School-Level HIB Incident Reporting Procedure: Max. = 6; Byrdís grade = 5
    • HIB Investigative Procedure: Max. = 12; Byrdís grade = 12
    • HIB Reporting: Max = 6; Byrdís grade = 6
    • Grade for the School: Max. = 78; Byrdís grade = 76
    The Self-Assessment helped our school identify areas for improvement in the
    following areas: continued activities to promote a positive school climate.†

    Our district and schools plan to further assess strengths and vulnerabilities for learning by conducting a school climate survey during the upcoming year.† The school district and school will be seeking your input in this survey.
    No idling Information
    FAQs regarding Enterovirus-from the New Jersey Department of Health.
    Frequently Asked Questions have been updated and the most recent FAQ is now available at As new information becomes available, the FAQ will be continuously updated.

    Media Violence and Youth: Impact of a Childís Exposure to Media Violence
    Glen Rock Public Schools ask that you partner with us to review this information and act accordingly. Thank you for your efforts to support positive student development
    Click here for pamphlet
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