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Week of 2-19 Resources Available

Dear Nutley Parents, Staff and Community,

While schools are closed for winter break, reopening Monday, February 26, the district offices will be reopening tomorrow.  Our security protocols were implemented as planned and the Nutley Police have confirmed there does not appear to be any direct threat to the schools. However, combined with the tragedy in Parkland, Florida, there is a need to address our feelings and to be supportive and responsive to our students’, staff, and community’s varied reactions.

In partnership with the Nutley Family Service Bureau, we will be offering counseling services this week to students, staff, and/or parents.  All sessions are confidential and will be offered free of charge at NFSB sites located on Chestnut Street.  Please call 973-667-1884 to schedule one of the following individual appointments, or to attend one of the group sessions. 

Letter to Community

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Friday Evening Update from Dr. Glazer

Please click here to read an update from Dr. Glazer. 

Feb 16th School Closing

Dear Nutley Parents, Staff and Community,

Tonight, the district administration became aware of a security threat. The police are actively investigating. As it gets later in the evening, we have decided to err on the side of safety and close schools tomorrow, February 16, 2018.

We will use one of our two remaining emergency days and close the Nutley Public School district, for all students, staff and personnel. All evening events at our schools for Friday, February 16 will be canceled, as well.

Schools will reopen, after winter break, on Monday, February 26 for students and teachers and the district offices will reopen on Tuesday, February 20.

As both the Superintendent of the Nutley Public Schools and as a parent, and because of the nature of the world in which we live, there was no other decision to be made. Please rest assured that the safety and security of all our students and staff in the Nutley Public Schools remains our first priority.


Dr. Julie Glazer

Mr. Joseph Dwyer Named Coordinator of Integrated Instructional Technology for the Nutley Public Schools dwyer

Mr. Joseph Dwyer was approved as the Coordinator of Integrated Instructional Technology, PK-12, for the Nutley Public Schools at the Board of Education meeting on January 29, 2018.

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NJ Department of Education Releases Opioid Fact Sheet

The NJ Department of Education has just released an Opioid Fact Sheet. Click here to view it. 

NHS Launches First Issue of the New Maroon and Gray

The NHS journalism class, under the direction of Ms. Karen Greco, has launched their first issue of the new digital Maroon and Gray. To read the first issue, click here. 

NHS Transfer Registration

Nutley High School will hold a registration for any student transferring in to NHS from a private school (ONLY) for the 2018-2019 school year on March 8 and 9, 2018 from 4pm until 7:30pm in the NHS Cafeteria.

Click here first for online pre-registration form.

Then continue to register a student, new to NHS by clicking here and printing out and completing the paperwork. 

Attendance Office - Security Policy

Please be aware the Attendance Office is enforcing District Policy #5230, which requires anyone picking up a student from the high school to be on the contact list and provide documentation to verify their identification, such as a driver's license. If you have not updated your student's contact information recently, please login to the parent portal and do so.

Thank you for helping us keep our school community safe!

AHERA Management Plan Annual Notification - 2017-18 School Year

The Nutley Board of Education hereby notifies all parents, students, employees and staff that the activities required by the Asbestos Hazard Emergency Response Act (AHERA) 40 CFR, Part 763.93 have been fulfilled. 

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District-Wide Drinking Water Lead Test Results

Our school system is committed to protecting student, teacher, and staff health. To protect our community and be in compliance with the Department of Education regulations, the Nutley School District tested our schools' drinking water for lead.

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