A robust and productive 2022-2023 school year is the prediction for the Bridgewater-Raritan Regional School District.
That was the theme when the Bridgewater-Raritan Regional Board of Education held its public meeting for the month of August on Tuesday evening, August 30, at the high school’s media center.
School Superintendent Bob Beers presented his spirited report of the numerous and various uplifting goals that have been put in place by the administration in preparation of the start of instruction on Wednesday, August 7 for all of the 11 schools in the district.
“We look back a year ago and what we see today is that we are in a much better place,” Beers stated in his opening comments.
He was joined during his lengthy but very informative and positive report by Karen Jones the Assistant Superintendent of Curriculum and Instruction, Dr. Dan Fonder, the Assistant Superintendent of Personnel, and Peter Starrs, the Business Administrator/Board Secretary.
With the lifting of major Covid-19 restrictions, the school district is determined to produce a sound educational program throughout the school year.
“Most importantly, we have dedicated faculty members who will begin to interact with the children on a daily basis. Now our kids will have a daily routine and we can assist all of our young people,” Superintendent Beers concluded
Watch this report as well as the entire session of the Board of Education meeting of August 30 by visiting the school district website at https://www.brrsd.org where a live streaming video is available.
Once you visit the district’s main page on the website, click on the About Us category, scroll down to the Board of Education page and then go to the table of contents on the right side and click on BOE Live. From there, you can then go to the link: Click here to view the meeting.