The New Providence School District is excited to announce an online data validation/student registration system for the 2016-17 school year, powered by InfoSnap. InfoSnap is a secure system which will allow parents to verify all student demographic, emergency and medical information for your child(ren) prior to the start of the new school year. In addition, the system will allow you to electronically sign annual permission forms and the acknowledgement of school district policies.This online process will replace all of the hard copy student registration and permission forms previously sent home on the first days of school.
In August, parents will receive an email from the District with instructions on how to access the system for your child(ren). The email will contain a secure “snapcode” that links directly to your student’s information. Validating and updating student information will be simple and easy. If you do not have access to the Internet, please contact your child’s school and you can make an appointment to use a school computer to complete the process. The District is excited to provide this new secure and "green" data validation/student registration system to our New Providence School District families.
If you have any questions, please contact Scott Hough the Assistant Superintendentof Educational Services at 908-464-9050 extension 222.
SCHOOL SUPPLY ORDERS
Get organized for the 2016-17 school year by ordering your school supplies today! Visit www.schooltoolbox.com and select “Find Boxes Now.” Enter Allen W. Roberts and select your child’s grade for the upcoming school year. Money raised will help support the 6th grade committee.
Place your order by July 8, 2016 and your child will have supplies delivered directly to his or her desk for the first day of school.
Congratulations Mrs. Witham!
AWR's Teacher of the Year
The Junior League of Summit thanks you and your school community for participating in our annual Thanks-for-Giving Baskets food drive. With the generous support of Allen Roberts School and other area schools, we were able to provide 280 grocery bags to families through our partnering community outreach programs and help stock two local food pantries.
We appreciate your kindness and contributions, and thank you for joining us in this special project this Thanksgiving season.
Sincerely, The Junior League of Summit