Congratulations to the NPSD recipients of the Union County Teacher Recognition Program award!
Melissa Hatfield - New Providence High School
Joan Rykus - New Providence Middle School
MaryEllen Raiti - Salt Brook Elementary School
Joanna Silva - Allen W. Roberts Elementary School
These four teachers will be honored at the April 25th Board of Education meeting, and at a Union County ceremony in May.
NPHS ARTISTS WIN IN SCHOLASTIC ART AWARDS
Thirteen students in the New Providence High School art department placed in the Scholastic Art Awards, a national competition. Competing regionally against students in thirteen counties, New Providence artists earned two gold keys, two silver keys, and nine honorable mentions for their entries. The gold key winners, Lauren House and Emily Kapp, are now national finalists. All artworks were judged for originality, technical skill, and the emergence of a personal vision. All gold key works will be displayed in the Montclair Art Museum throughout March.
NPHS PTSA presents Some Enchanted Evening
Tricky Tray and Fashion Show
Saturday, March 23, 2019 – New Providence High School
Cafeteria & Auditorium
5:30 – 7:00 pm Baskets & Bites
7:00 pm Fashion Show
All ages welcome! Tickets on sale now.
To buy tickets in advance, CLICK HERE to order online by credit card or CLICK HERE to complete an order form & send in payment.
Superintendent Forums for the 2018-20019 School Year - New Date Added
On behalf of the Board of Education, parents, staff, and community members are invited to attend this year's Superintendent Forums. The purpose of these forums is to provide the school community with an informal environment to discuss important topics in the district. Opportunities will be provided for attendees to ask questions and engage in a dialogue.All forums will be held in the High School/Middle School Media Center at 7:00 pm.The following topic has been added for this year:
- District Communications March 21 (Thursday)
New Providence High School Ranks #9 in NJ Monthly- Top Public NJ High SchoolsNJ Monthly has issued their Top Public High Schools for 2018 and New Providence High School ranked #9 out of 305 high schools in New Jersey! Congratulations to the entire New Providence community!
NPHS STEM TEAM win State Championship CompetitionThe NPHS STEM team recently won first place at the NJ INTERSCHOLASTIC STEM LEAGUE STATE tournament in Paramus. The team had to design an energy generating hydraulic system using only a handful of materials. Their design, STEM documentation, prototype diagrams and data collection beat out 16 other high schools to win the award.This is the second consecutive year NPHS has won the State Championship Competition. Congratulations STEM Pioneers.
New Providence School District's Music Education Program Receives National Recognition for the Sixth Time
The New Providence School District has been honored with the Best Communities for Music Education designation from the NAMM Foundation for its outstanding commitment to music education. The district joins districts from across the country in receiving the prestigious award for 2018.
The Best Communities Music Education designation is awarded to districts that demonstrate outstanding achievement in efforts to provide music access and education to all students.
For more information about the NAMM Foundation, please visit www.nammfoundation.org.
New Providence School District has been named 2017 National District of Character
We are proud to announce that New Providence School District is 1 of 4 districts in the nation to be named a National District of Character. The district earned the award for its dedicated focus on character education, fostering a positive impact on academic achievement, student behavior, school climate and the community.
“On behalf of the New Providence Board of Education, I would like to take this opportunity to congratulate our students, staff, parents, and administration for this national recognition,” says Dr. David Miceli, Superintendent of Schools. “Their genuine commitment to the development and sustained implementation of our character education programs is recognized by this award. It is a privilege and honor to be 1 of 4 districts in the nation to be recognized as a District of Character.”