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John C. Anzul, Ed.D.

Administrative Assistant to Superintendent
Mrs. Eileen Gallagher
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Data Coordinator
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District Affirmative Action Officer: Dr. John C. Anzul

Employees who have any type of question or concern about Affirmative Action are asked to contact the Office of the Superintendent.

        Message from the Superintendent

Dear Parents, Care Givers, and Community Members:

Parent engagement is one of the primary pillars of a strong and vibrant school community. This fall we are celebrating how much our parents add to the richness of our school community. The Oradell School PTA is critical in supporting the work of the district. First, they are champions of developing partnerships between families and the school, which is critical to increasing outcomes for students. Second, our PTA is committed to bringing programs and resources to support the goals of both the school and district. This year they have expanded our lunch program, and switched us over to Nicholas Markets, who now offer our students several delicious new options at lunchtime. We are looking forward to our continuing collaboration with the PTA, and with all of the parents in our community.

Another way that we are seeking to increase our parent involvement is by continuing to offer Family Math Night events that allow us to showcase some of the instruction that takes place during the day. In addition, we are also working on expanding upon our offerings of Parent Academy sessions with some new topic areas. More information on those will be forthcoming soon.

October brings fall festivals, pumpkin patch visits and Halloween! More importantly, October is National Bullying Prevention Month. this month we observed the Week of Respect (October 1-5) by providing age-appropriate instruction focused on preventing HIB, and by recognizing the importance of social and emotional learning and Character education. In addition October 15-19 are designated in NJ as School Violence Awareness Week. These weeks are reminders to our students of how important it is to make good choices. As a district, we want to encourage our students to exemplify strong character through small acts of kindness. We strive to create a school environment that is fee of bullying, violence and stigma, and with a focus on positive and ethical behavior. We are extremely grateful for the many ways in which our parents also support these effors through reinforcement at home.

John C. Anzul, Ed.D.

Communications from the Superintendent

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