Back to School promotions have started—-and it is still in the dead of winter.
The Back to School program at the Bridgewater-Raritan Regional School District is launched when the calendar has just turned to 2023.
That is because the school district is excited to announce the opening of registration for Kindergarten and Grade 1 students for the 2023-2024 school year.
“We look forward to welcoming our new families and students to the Bridgewater-Raritan Regional School District,” said Walter Kalicki, the school district’s Registrar Attendance Officer.
Students new to the school district will be educated in a fun and passionate environment that is on the school schedule at each of the seven primary schools that are spread throughout the communities of Bridgewater Township and the Borough of Raritan.
Kindergarten and 1st Grade children will be entrenched in a wonderful learning atmosphere once the doors open in September for classes at the Adamsville Primary School.
Adamsville Principal Dr. James Singaliese revealed the many positive and enjoyable opportunities and programs that young students and their families will experience,
“As an extension of our academic programs, Adamsville offers a wide variety of clubs and activities,” Dr Singaliese reported. “Examples include dancing, singing, gardening, clay and wood crafts, engineering and building, baking and an array of athletic activities. We promote and facilitate many multicultural celebrations and events that allow families to explore various cultures represented at Adamsville.”
He continued with more valuable information.
“Our mindfulness initiative promotes student learning and social and emotional well-being. Throughout the year we have STEAM Community Expos: Students, parents and staff engage in inquiry-based projects where they present a scientific investigation.”
Students can’t wait for school to open so that they can jump into these programs.
But before those school doors fly open in September, Mr. Kalicki urges families to follow these suggestions and regulations.
Please visit our webpage to access the application form and important details.
Please submit and complete the registration process as early as possible. Registered families are assigned to their home school and will eventually begin to receive communications regarding upcoming events such as Kindergarten orientation.
No in-person appointments will be necessary. Parents can complete the process remotely and upload all required documents to the online application. Central Registration is here to answer your questions and assist you with completing the process.