New Providence School District

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Upcoming Events

  • Traffic Pattern Change NPMS / NPHS

    Please see the attached information from the New Providence Police Department regarding an upcoming traffic pattern change surrounding NPMS / NPHS.

    Please note that Pioneer Drive and Balcom Road will be closed to all traffic beginning at 7:00AM on Monday, August 8th for installation of new signage, markings, and striping. The roads will reopen on Monday afternoon once the installation is complete.


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  • Board of Education

    The New Providence Board of Education has issued a meeting change notice for the August Board of Education meeting.
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  • Parent Presentation

    Parent Presentation Monday August 29th at NPHSThe New Providence School District is pleased to sponsor a free parent presentation titled The Freak Factor by Mr. David Rendall.

    Monday, August 29th from 7pm - 8pm at NPHS 

    "Your child’s weaknesses are actually the best clue to their strengths. Furthermore, building on their strengths, not fixing their weaknesses, is the best strategy.

    Find out how to help your kids become more of who they are, instead of trying to turn them into someone else. Encourage them to be more different and more unique, not more average and more mediocre."

    During the last twenty years, David Rendall has spoken to audiences on every inhabited continent. Prior to becoming a Certified Speaking Professional, he was a leadership professor and stand-up comedian.

    David has a doctor of management degree in organizational leadership, as well as a graduate degree in psychology. He is the author of four books: The Four Factors of Effective Leadership, The Freak Factor, The Freak Factor for Kids and Pink Goldfish.

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  • Have a safe and happy summer, New Providence!


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  • Letter from Dr. Miceli 


    Please see the following information from Dr. Miceli, Superintendent of Schools.

    Letter from Dr. Miceli - 4/11/22

    *All previous correspondence is available under The Road Forward/Covid-19 Information.

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  • New Providence School District's Music Education Program Receives National Recognition for the Tenth Consecutive Year

    NAMM Now in its 23rd year, the Best Communities for Music Education designation is awarded to districts that demonstrate outstanding achievement in efforts to provide music access and education to all students. To qualify for the Best Communities designation, New Providence answered detailed questions about funding, graduation requirements, music class participation, instruction time, facilities, and support for the music programs. This award recognizes that New Providence is leading the way with learning opportunities as outlined in the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA). The district received this designation for the tenth consecutive year, and the eleventh year overall!  For more about the New Providence music and performing arts program, please visit

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  • 2022 Curriculum and Instruction Report

    Board of EdThe 2021/2022 Curriculum Report was presented to the Board of Education at the February 24, 2022 regular meeting. Students, staff and administration presented many highlights of the curriculum, focusing on personalized learning. The full report and presentation can be found on the district website 


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  • Student Art Gallery Opening

    Lobby GalleryNew Providence School District, in cooperation with the Borough of New Providence, is thrilled to announce the opening of a new student art gallery outside of the Board of Education office at 356 Elkwood Avenue. Over 30 student artists, representing all four district schools, have their artwork displayed in the Lincoln Room Gallery and in the Lobby Gallery. A grand opening was held on Thursday, February 3, 2022 and was attended by students and their families, administration, staff, Board of Education members, Borough Council members and Mayor Morgan.  Congratulations to our talented students and staff!  Please see the full program and press release for more information.


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  • Congratulations to the NPSD recipients of the Union County Teacher Recognition Program award!  The Union County Teacher Recognition Program acknowledges educators for their commitment to their students and their profession.  All four teachers will join their Union County colleagues for a special ceremony through Kean University in the spring and be honored at an upcoming Board of Education meeting.

    Teachers of the Year

    Mr. Daniel Dougher - New Providence High School

    Mr. Todd Bennington - New Providence Middle School

    Mrs. Jennifer Powers - Salt Brook School

    Ms. Kathleen Joyce - Allen W. Roberts School

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  • National School Counseling Week

    National School Counseling WeekWe are celebrating National School Counseling Week by saying thank you to our NPSD school counselors :  Mrs. Shadis, Ms. Gnudi, Ms. McCauley, Ms. Noppenberger, Mr. Chango, Mrs. Chrisostomides, Ms. McNany, Ms. Conlan, Mrs. Yanni, Mrs. Roglieri


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  • In partnership with students, teachers, parents and community, the mission of the New Providence School District is to prepare our students academically for their pursuits, to develop the appropriate social and emotional skills to be productive, empathetic, global citizens, and to stimulate a growth mindset for continued, life-long learning in a culturally diverse society.
    Offering a comprehensive Pre-K to Grade 12 educational program, the district serves a high school, middle school, and two elementary schools. Our programs of study are carefully aligned to the New Jersey Student Learning Standards, with a strong emphasis on technology integration. Our co-curricular activities offer all students many opportunities to meet their needs and interests. Participation in a well-rounded curriculum is encouraged.

    I am proud of our students and staff for their accomplishments, and invite you to learn more about our district on our website.

    David M. Miceli, Ed.D.

    Superintendent of Schools