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District Announcements
Media Violence Impact on Youth
The American Academy of Pediatrics reports that by age 18, the average American child will have viewed 200,000 acts of violence on television. Some studies suggest that exposure to violence in the media increases the chances that children will behave more aggressively, experience more anger and hostility, think more about aggression and violence, and become “numb” to images of violence. In response to this concern and in an effort to increase awareness the Governor recently signed P.L. 2013,c.146, which requires the NJDOE to educate parents on how they can limit a child’s exposure to violence on television, cell phone, computers and other electronic devices. Therefore, school districts are required to distribute the pamphlet below to the parents/guardians of students who attend Glen Rock Public Schools. A copy of the pamphlet is also available at your child’s school.
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 a copy of "Media Violence and Youth."
The Admissions Game
Glen Rock High School presents … The Admission Game® - An Interactive Presentation of the College Admission Process

On Tuesday, October 21st, 2014, at 7:00PM in the HS/MS Auditorium, the GRHS Guidance Department is pleased to have Peter Van Buskirk, motivational speaker and advocate, address the district parents and students of Glen Rock on “The Admission Game.” Peter Van Buskirk is a dedicated consumer advocate and has extensive experience in higher education. The Admission Game is a resource for educators and families of college bound students. Mr. Van Buskirk is a 25 year veteran of the college admission process and his presentations of “The Admission Game” have benefited thousands of families and educators worldwide. The opportunity to have Mr. Van Buskirk speak to the students and parents at Glen Rock will be a valuable and memorable experience.
Elementary Classroom Assignments
Parents may access their child’s elementary classroom teacher beginning Friday, August 15 at 3:00PM using their parent portal account.  Parent Portal Account Registration can be found by clicking here.
ABR (ANTI-BULLYING BILL OF RIGHTS) DISTRICT AND SCHOOL GRADE REPORT
In compliance with N.J.S.A. 18A:37-17a and the annual review of the Board of Education’s HIB policy as required in N.J.S.A. 18A:37-15c, the Glen Rock School District has completed a self-assessment in determining the district’s status in complying with the ABR Act. The district is required to report to the BOE and the public the exact grade reports issued by the NJDOE. The purpose is to provide the board and the public the opportunity to learn about the district’s implementation of the ABR. Glen Rock will use this information in its annual review of its HIB prevention programs, approaches and other initiatives. In completing the self-assessment, the use of the reference to “HIB” is intended to be broader than the terms “harassment, intimidation and bullying;” it includes initiatives aimed at addressing anti-bullying and the improvement of school climates, school cultures and other conditions that negatively affect student learning and growth.
Click here to view the NJDOE assigned grades for Glen Rock School District and schools.
NJDOE RELEASES SCHOOL PERFORMANCE REPORTS FOR 2012-13
The New Jersey Department of Education has released the School Performance Reports for the 2012-13 school year. These reports are designed to inform parents, educators and students about how well a school is preparing its students for college and careers.
In particular, the new School Performance Reports seek to:
·         Focus attention on metrics that are indicative of college and career readiness.
·         Benchmark a school’s performance against other peer schools that are educating similar students, against statewide outcomes, and against state targets to illuminate and build upon a school’s strengths and identify areas for improvement.
·         Improve educational outcomes for students by providing both longitudinal and growth data so that progress can be measured as part of an individual school’s efforts to engage in continuous improvement.

The Performance Reports include measures of student growth, utilizing the Student Growth Percentile (SGP) methodology. SGP creates a measure of how students progressed in grades 4 through 8 on the NJASK language arts literacy and math assessments when compared to other students with a similar NJASK test score history. A short video explaining the SGP methodology can be found here: http://www.state.nj.us/education/njsmart/performance
 
The School Performance reports for Glen Rock can be accessed online at: http://education.state.nj.us/pr/  

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