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Referendum Update

“The community has spoken and we are all better for the dialogue, process and the engagement of so many. The vote is not the end, but the beginning. Now, we begin the work of dedicating ourselves to continuing to navigate the ongoing issues of overcrowding, including security for our staff and students and the pursuit of a high-quality education.  We will be required to continue to be creative, innovative, and flexible as we set goals, timelines, and determine the programming that our students deserve, now and in the future, despite the many limitations that will still face us. Your efforts to remain active participants and your support will be even more important.” Superintendent, Dr. Julie Glazer



“The Nutley residents went to the polls today, to decide the future of this great community. Over 300 days ago, the Nutley Board of Education introduced a solution to the overcrowding issue, which has been discussed for many years. Although not the outcome many hoped for, the majority have decided against the future construction plans. As we stated for months, we have to continue to educate our children and we will continue to provide the best educational experience we can, with the tools and investment given to us from the community.  We would like to thank all those who exercised their right to vote.” Board of Education President, Mr. Daniel Carnicella

New Security Entrance on New Street

Please be advised that as of Monday December 11th 2017,  all access to NHS during school hours must occur through the new security entrance on New Street.

  • Parents dropping off items for their students will be required to place items in the drop off window.  

  • Anyone picking up students during the school day must be on the Realtime contact list and will be required to show Photo Identification.

  • Anyone with an appointment with school staff will be asked to wait in the lounge.  If an appointment has not be prearranged, parents and guardians may be asked to return when an appointment has been secured.

  • When dropping off and/or picking up your students, do not enter the faculty parking lot before or after school.  All student drop-offs should occur on Vincent Place or Franklin Avenue.  For students with documented medical issues, drop-offs are permitted by the New Street Entrance.

  • As it pertains to the overall safety in our community and campus, please be mindful of safe driving habits and pedestrian safety.


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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