• Our district has conscientiously implemented the requirements found in the Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights Act by providing a wealth of training and programs to staff, students and parents alike.  After the first two years of implementation, the New Jersey Department of Education asked school districts to complete a self-assessment to assist in determining their status in complying with the Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights Act(ABR).


    Each school was asked to examine the degree of compliance in eight categories in order to determine their areas of strength and areas in need of further growth.  The schools were required to have the necessary documentation to substantiate their scores.  Throughout the self-assessment, school safety team members examined initiatives aimed at addressing anti-bullying and the improvement of school climates, school cultures and other conditions that negatively affect student learning and growth.


    As a district with very high standards, we examined each category through the lens of how we can improve our programs each year. 
    We scored the following:
    2013-14: We scored 71 of a possible 75 points. 
    2014-15: We scored 72 of a possible 78 points. 
    2015-16: We scored 71 of a possible 78 points. 
    2016-17: We scored 71 of a possible 78 points. 
    2017-18: We scored 70 of a possible 78 points. 
    2018-19: We scored 74 of a possible 78 points. 
    2019-20: We scored 75 of a possible 78 points.
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