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Mr. Dennis J. Anderson, Interim Superintendent of Schools
Phone: 609 383-6800 
anderson.dennis@pps-nj.us

Mr. Carmine C. Bonanni, Interim Assistant Superintendent 

Phone:609 383-6800 
 
Mr. Elisha Thompkins, Business Administrator / Board Secretary
   Phone: 609 383-6800 
 
Ms. Karin R. Farkas, Director of Special Services
Phone: 609 383-6800 ext. 2240/2241

 News & Announcements 

    

Coalition for a Safe Community Food Distribution Pleasantville Bus Station Wednesday, June 3, 2020 11 am until supplies last

Coronavirus Update Image 

14 de mayo de 2020

 

Querida comunidad escolar,

Este ha sido un momento sin precedentes en nuestra sociedad y seguimos deseando que todos se mantengan con buena salud. Los requisitos del orden de permanencia en el hogar y el distanciamiento social continúan proporcionando desafíos para nuestro Distrito Escolar al formular los procedimientos de fin de año.

 

A la Clase del  2020,  Tenga en cuenta que en este momento, nuestra administración está discutiendo activamente y haciendo planes para los estudiantes de último año de PHS que se gradúan y qué ceremonia, o reunión, si corresponde, puede tener lugar. Además, en breve se anunciará una fecha / hora para recoger togas / togas de graduación. Al igual que un procedimiento para recuperar anuarios y artículos personales que quedan en la escuela.

Estudiantes de octavo grado. Tenga en cuenta que la administración también está trabajando en un plan para celebrar la graduación de nuestros estudiantes de octavo grado.

MSP y Grados 9-11. También estamos discutiendo planes y procedimientos para que todos los estudiantes regresen de manera segura a la escuela para obtener sus pertenencias personales que quedaron en la escuela antes de nuestro cierre. Tan pronto como se hayan finalizado esos planes, se lo notificaremos.

Si algún estudiante en las escuelas primarias tiene pertenencias que desea recuperar, le pedimos que se comunique directamente con el director para programar una fecha / hora para recuperar los artículos.

Para finalizar, esperamos que todos los estudiantes continúen completando sus tareas escolares diligentemente y que todos se mantengan seguros.

 

Sinceramente,

Dennis J. Anderson
Superintendente interino

 

ANNOUNCEMENT – CORONAVIRUS UPDATE – MAY 5, 2020

 

The Pleasantville School District will extend the closure of all schools through the end of the academic school year pursuant to the Governor’s direction.

We hope everyone is doing well and staying safe.  Virtual/remote learning will continue until the last day of school which is June 17, 2020.  Unfortunately, we must also inform our students that the 2020 Spring sports season has been cancelled by the NJSIAA. We will keep you updated regarding any decisions about graduation ceremonies.

The District will continue to provide food packets.

Breakfast and Lunch may be picked up on Monday and Wednesday between 9:00am and 11:00am.

 

Please stay home and stay safe.

 

 

ANNOUNCEMENT  FOOD ASSISTANCE AVAILABLE  In this time of uncertainty, we know that many of our families are experiencing additional financial hardships. We wanted to make sure that everyone is aware of the assistance available at this time. Atlantic City Rescue Mission Main address - 2009 Bacharach Blvd Atlantic City, New Jersey, 08401 Phone (609) 345  5517 This charity focuses on the homeless and working poor in the county. Hot meals, cleaning supplies, clothing, and shelter may all be provided. Another Rescue Mission is at 436 W Garfield Ave, Wildwood, NJ, 08260. Call (609) 522  9802. This is the main pantry run by the group.  Beacon Evangelical Free Church 420 S Sixth Ave Galloway, 76 W Landis Ave Suite C Vineland, NJ, 08360 (609) 748 - 0001 The Hope Chest program is a food bank. It offers free clothing, non-perishable food, and personal hygiene and care items. Spanish Community Center 303 Sumner St Landisville, NJ, 08326 Main number is (856) 697 - 2967 Catholic Charities Diocese of Atlantic City Address: 9 N Georgia Ave Atlantic City, 76 W Landis Ave Suite C Vineland, NJ, 08360 (609) 345  3448 Baby supplies as well as free food, meals, and even financial aid is provided. Christmas and Thanksgiving gifts and food may be provided as well in Atlantic County.

Jewish Family Service of Atlantic Counties Location is 607 N Jerome Ave Margate City, NJ, 08402 (609) 822 - 1108 Community Outreach Group 96 King's Hwy Middletown, NJ, 07748 Telephone - (732) 671 - 8775 Women are the main clients to the Calico Food Pantry and Cupboard. Households supplies are also provided.  Hamilton Township of Atlantic County Social Services Address - 1309 Rte. 50 Mays Landing, NJ, 08330 Phone - (609) 625  1212 Applications to SNAP food stamps as well as congregate and home delivered meals are distributed. Also, learn about energy bill assistance, WIC, and other aid.  Main Street Food Pantry 6011 Main St. Mays Landing, NJ, 08330 Telephone - (609) 625  9446 Nonperishables and frozen vegetables are passed out in an emergency.  Salvation Army - Atlantic City 22 S Texas Ave Atlantic City, New Jersey, 08401 Phone - (609) 344  0660 Christmas and Thanksgiving meals, including Angel Tree gift program are run. They also have funds for bills or housing, a thrift store, and more. A focus is on the working poor as well as children and seniors.  St Nicholas-Tolentine Church 1409 Pacific Avenue Atlantic City, NJ Telephone: (609) 344-1040  PathStone  Vineland Food Pantry 76 W Landis Ave Suite C Vineland, NJ, 08360 Dial (800) 624 - 1432 A one to two-day supply of soymilk, canned vegetables, tomato sauce, pasta, cereal, baby formula, frozen chicken, and salmon is on site.  Community Food Bank 6735 East Black Horse Pike Egg Harbor Township, NJ (609) 383-8843

For information on other programs, dial 856-662-4884. There are agencies that deliver meals to seniors or offer surplus USDA commodities. Other resources in Atlantic County may be free school lunches for children and referrals.

 

             

 

Pleasantville Public School District reaponse to addressing all
updates on the COVID-19 Coronavirus.
Click below to read letters of updates.

 

BIDS AND PROPOSALS

 

THE PLEASANTVILLE BOARD OF EDUCATION WILL BE CANCELLING RECEIPT OF BIDS OR PROPOSALS PUBLICLY ADVERTISED PER N.J.S.A. 40A:1-23 AND 18A:18A-21.

NO BIDS OR PROPOSALS SHALL BE RECEIVED DURING THE PERIOD OF MARCH 16, 2020 TO MARCH 30, 2020 DUE TO MANDATORY SCHOOL CLOSING.

BID 19-24 HVAC PARTS AND MOTORS   MARCH 18, 2020

BID 20-10 BUS REPAIR & MAINTENANCE SERVICE MARCH 18, 2020

RFP 20-11   DISTRICT AUDITOR MARCH 25, 2020

RFP 20-04   SCHOOL PHYSICIAN MARCH 25, 2020

RFP 20-03 BOARD ATTORNEY  MARCH 31, 2020

ANY BIDS MAILED TO THE PLEASANTVILLE BOARD WILL BE RETURNED UNOPENED TO VENDOR. DUE TO THE UNFORSEEN CIRCUMSTANCES THE BIDS AND PROPOSALS WILL BE READVERTISED.

 

THANKS FOR YOUR PATIENCE

 

PLEASANTVILLE PUBLIC SCHOOLS 

2019-2020 SCHOOL YEAR BELL SCHEDULE
 
     HIGH SCHOOLSchool Hours: 7:20 am – 2:10 p.m.
                    Early Dismissal: 12:33 pm
 
        MIDDLE SCHOOL - School Hours: 8:05 am – 2:31 p.m.
                          Early Dismissal: 1:07 pm
 
  ALL ELEMENTARY SCHOOLSSchool Hours:
                                        8:50 am – 3:05 p.m.           
                                     Early Dismissal: 1:30 pm
 
 PreK students will be dismissed at 2:50 pm
 
 
      
          
Congratulations!
PAA Administrator of the Year
Teresa McGaney-Guy

District Teacher of the Year 2019

Congratulations!
PHS Kelsey Shockley

FREE Pre-K Registration is now OPEN! 

Morning: 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Afternoon: 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Monday - Thursday
16 W. Leeds Avenue
(Next to Leeds Ave. School)
 
Congratulations!
Pleasasntville Public Schools 2019-2020
Teacher of the Year, Educational Service Professional of the Year, and
Educational Support Professional of the Year
 
 
Project Child Find 
Professional guidance, assessment and an educational program are all available free for eligible children. For more information please contact the Pleasantville Public Schools District Child Study Team office at 383-6800 ext. 2240 or ext. 2241.

Amoni Ridgeway, Mikayla Surles, Zane McNeil and Maya Harper.

 



Comprehensive Equity Plan 2019-2022
This plan will help to provide equality and equity in educational programs.
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School Performance Report 2017-2018
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The professional development plan for the 2018-19 school year.
District Strategic Plan 2018-19
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Comprehensive K-12 Guidance Plan
For the school year 2018-19
District Technology Plan 2016-2019
Board approval August 16, 2016 meeting.
                                  

Project Child Find
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The Pleasantville School District does not restrict or discriminate based on any race, color, sex, national origin or students with disabilities from participation in any district program, employment decisions or PHS career programs.


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Today:
Wed Jun 3
  4:00 PM BOE Special Meeting - Pleasantville High School Auditorium


Board Meeting Dates

All meetings begin at 6:00 pm and are held in the Pleasantville High School Cafeteria. 

 

  • June 3, 2020 - Special Meeting 4:00 PM
  • June 9, 2020 - Action Meeting
  • July 14, 2020 - Action Meeting
  • August 11, 2020 - Action Meeting
  • September 15, 2020 - Action Meeting
  • October 13, 2020 - Action Meeting
  • November 17, 2020 - Action Meeting
  • December 8, 2020 - Action Meeting