Download your Summer Assignment Packet. The assignments are for the grade you will be entering next year.
The Academy@Englewood will hold 3 Open Houses this fall to learn about this high school option. A@E offers career academies for students of exceptional merit. There are five academic focuses: Law and Public Safety, Information Systems, Pre-Engineering, Finance and Bio-Medicine. The Open Houses start at 7pm at the high school.
Open Houses: Monday September 25. Wednesday October 11. Tuesday October 24.
JDMS faculty and administration worked with NJPSA and the New Jersey Department of Education to re-examine how schools conduct PLCs (Professional Learning Communities) through the application of the Connected Action Roadmap (CAR). Here is a glimpse at how CAR has empowered our teaching staff and positively impacted the culture/productivity of our PLCs.
Download the supply list for September.
Check out our new electronic flyer about JDMS!
Celebrate Hispanic Culture with Our Community at the Latino Fair. You can also learn about Englewood's social services, businesses and organizations from county and municipal and non-profit agencies
Watch this video to learn the many features of the Genesis portal that allows parents to have access to student schedules, report cards, attendance, forms, and other information.
The EPSD Registration Office has moved to Dwight Morrow High School located at 274 Knickerbocker Road. It is open from 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM. Registration packets for the current school year are available at the Registration office or can be downloaded here. Registration is by appointment only and must be completed in person. Contact Evenide Fanfan-Vilcean at (201)862-6212 or send an email to email@example.com to schedule your appointment. Parents/Guardians, please complete the pre-registration process before your appointment.
Step 1: Preregister your child online using this website
Step 2: Call (201) 862-6212 to schedule an appointment
Step 3: Download and complete the registration packet and bring all required documents to your appointment.
New Jersey has created a "Register Ready" Special Needs Registry for Disasters. This confidential online registry allows citizens to provide emergency response agencies with important information (e.g. if a resident is wheelchair bound or requires medical apparatus) so that emergency responders can be better prepared to serve those individuals during a natural disaster or other emergency. To sign up for this program, go to the Register Ready registration webpage: https://www13.state.nj.us/SpecialNeeds/Signin?ReturnUrl=%2fSpecialNeeds%2f . Or, you can call New Jersey's toll free 2-1-1- service and ask to be registered.
ESL Literacy and Math Grades 1-8