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  • In Elizabeth Public Schools, rigor means actively creating and implementing challenging standards that define the "level of cognitive complexity of expected learning." Such standards are applied at all levels in the district; including classroom activities, instructional plans, course content, student work, assessments both summative and formative.

    It is through such an education that the achievement gap is eliminated. Elizabeth Public Schools students will strengthen the nation's economic, intellectual, and social impact on the world. In order to do this, we will ensure that every student, regardless of their socio-economic background, is inspired to participate fully in their educational experience and cultivate a true passion for learning.

District News

  • A Message from Board President Stanley Neron

    Yesterday, late afternoon, shortly before 5 p.m., Michael Da'shon Eargle, a young man of 28 years who attended Elizabeth Public Schools lost his life at the hands of gun violence. This senseless act of violence happened in broad daylight, at a time when children from our schools were walking home. Our children and our community members are not expendable. How many young lives do we have to lose to recognize our conflicts can be resolved with the voice of reason before responding with the hands of violence?

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  • Junior Seminar 2017

    The annual Junior Seminar event was held this past Saturday, April 8th at John E. Dwyer Academy which was open to all 11th grade students in the district.

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  • “We ALL Fit In” at William F. Halloran School No. 22

    “We ALL Fit In” at William F. Halloran School No. 22 as the Halloran Husky family supports Autism Awareness. The School 22 Student Council members held a raffle and donated several puzzles to students with autism through “Autism Speaks.” Each class wore a bright color shirt and represented the universal multi-color puzzle piece of Autism but in the end, “We All Fit In” TOGETHER to support Autism Awareness!

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