New Providence School District

Dedicated to Excellence

  • Coronavirus Information Update

    Starting on Monday, March 16, 2020, all schools will be closed until further notice.

    All extracurricular activities and athletic events are also cancelled.

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    Letter from Dr. Miceli (3/30)

    Letter from Dr. Miceli (3/27)

    Pandemic Preparedness Plan

    Letter from Dr. Miceli (3/16)

    NPSD Public Service Announcement from our School Nurses (3/10)

    District Events, Activities, Games, and Trips (3/10)

    Letter from Dr. Miceli (3/9)

    Letter from Dr. Miceli (3/6)

    NJ Department of Health Update (3/4)

    NJ Department of Health FAQ for Schools (3/2)

    Letter from Dr. Miceli (2/27)

    NJ Department of Education Letter (2/3)

    Westfield Regional Health Department Letter (1/27)

     

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  • Incoming Kindergarten and First-Grade Student Registration

    Registration

    Although schools are closed, the New Providence School District is still accepting registration for all new kindergarten and first grade students for the 2020-2021 school year.  The registration process will be completed remotely.  Please access the registration portal HERE to start your application. 

    You are not required to upload registration documents to submit your application.  Once your application is received, the registrar will contact you with instructions to complete the registration process remotely.  

    A child must be five years of age on or before October 1, 2020, to be eligible for enrollment into kindergarten.  A child must be six years of age on or before October 1, 2020, to be eligible for enrollment into first grade.  

    Only a custodial parent/legal guardian can register a student.

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  • NPSD - Show Your School Spirit!

    Spirit Week

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  • Congratulations Mrs. Shadis!

    Mrs. Shadis Mrs. Shadis, the Director of School Counseling, was selected as the 2019-2020 Counselor of the County for Union County by the NJ School Counselor Association.  School Counselors are nominated by their colleagues, and selected because of their ability to deliver an effective school counseling program which focuses on academic development, career counseling, and personal/social support (NJSCA).  Mrs. Shadis received the award on March 13th, and is pictured with Jim Lukach, NJSCA Executive Director, and Dana Karas, NJSCA Professional Recognition Chair.  For more information on the district's school counseling services, please click HERE.

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  • NPSD Communication Tools 2019/2020

    App We are very pleased to introduce the new District Mobile App, as well as the new District Facebook Page and Twitter Account.

    These vehicles will complement the already robust District Website, as well as the information received via School Messenger and Powerschool.  As always, district staff can be reached directly by email via the district directory HERE.

    Communication and connection is more important now than ever, and we look forward to sharing district announcements, student accomplishments, reminders, and creative ideas with you in a variety of ways.

    Click HERE to download a PDF overview of the Communication Tools.

    Tools

     

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  • NPHS Presents Little Shop of Horrors

    LSOH Congratulations to the cast, pit and crew of Little Shop of Horrors for their fabulous one-night-only performance on March 12. Click here for a full photo gallery.

     

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  • Congratulations to the NPSD recipients of the Union County Teacher Recognition Program award!

    Teachers of the Year Mr. Michael Niedziejko - New Providence High School

    Mr. Scott Murphy - New Providence Middle School

    Ms. Maureen Bulger - Salt Brook Elementary School

    Mr. Nhan Ngo - Allen W. Roberts Elementary School

    These four teachers will be honored at the March 26th Board of Education meeting, and at a Union County ceremony in May.

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  •  Our Schools Newsletter - Community Grants

    Our Schools The New Providence School District frequently publishes our online district newsletter to share the activities happening in our schools. CLICK HERE to view the latest newsletter.

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  • NPHS Marching Band National Champions

    Marching Band Congratulations to the NPHS Marching Band "Pride and Class" on their first place win in Group VI A at the USBands National Championships! The band also secured caption awards for Best Music, Best Color Guard, Best Visual, and Best Overall Effect.  The 140-member band is open to all students at New Providence High School and New Providence residents who attend the UCVTS Magnet School, and is led and directed by Mr. Michael Neidziejko with Assistant Director, Mr. Donald Baker.  For more information, please CLICK HERE.

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  • "Listen, Lift, Lead"

    Character Ed The New Providence School District has launched their 2019-2020 Character Education Initiative "Listen, Lift, Lead". The district-wide Character Education Kick-Off on Tuesday, October 8th, was designed to coordinate with the National Week of Respect.  

    Character Education lessons are incorporated into the curriculum in all schools in the district, and unite the students in a common theme focusing on messages of kindness, respect and empathy for others.  

    For more information, please visit the District Character Education page.

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Welcome

  • In partnership with students, parents, and community, the mission of the New Providence School District is to educate all students to meet high academic standards and to prepare them to be responsible citizens in the dynamic global society of the 21st century.

    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 Core Curriculum Content 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
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