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    A Message from Dr. Victor Valeski, Superintendent of Schools

    Leading through Innovation is our theme for 2015-2016. The genesis of this initiative was an acknowledgement that technological advancements have changed the way we teach and students learn in each of our 11 nationally recognized Blue Ribbon schools. We are no longer confined by physical structures or a predefined schedule.

    It is also an acknowledgement that innovation comes from people…people who are experts in their field and are committed to continuous improvement. The East Brunswick staff is committed to investigating improvements in everything we do by utilizing our e3b Equation to keep our schools leading academic, artistic, athletic excellence and innovation.

    We will:  

    Examine our current condition.

    Explore opportunities to improve academics, the arts, athletics or any element impacting the culture of our schools and offices.

    Engage all the appropriate stakeholders in a consensus decision for improvement.

    Benchmark the results with data using a pre-defined standard.

    One of the hallmarks of East Brunswick Public Schools is the passion that is evident every day. That passion drives creativity, and that allows our students to have exceptional academic, artistic and athletic experiences.

    Our relationship with each of you, whether as a parent or community member, continues to be critical to our success. This year we will begin a strategic planning process that will help us make informed decisions to refine the future focus of our district.

    I look forward to seeing you at a variety of events as we embark on a terrific school year.


    Dr. Valeski

    Dr. Victor P. Valeski, Superintendent of Schools 

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Irwin Mc Teachers NightJoin Irwin School for this fundraiser night full of fun and food on Wednesday, Feb. 10. 10% of all sales made between 4:00 PM and 7:00 Pm at the McDonald's at route 18 and Racetrack Rd. will be dpmated tp Irwin school. This DOES NOT include the drive through.

 The Memorial PTA is hosting a Night of Comedy on Saturday, February 20, 6:30 PM-10 PM at the East Brunswick VFW post 133, 485 Cranbury Rd. Proceeds to benefit the memorial 5th Grade Celebration. Please RSVP by 2/5/2016. See FLYER for all the information


The Churchill Junior High School Drama Club Presents a  Death Jam Comedy Festival
Two comedies that will slay you: Murder at the Grand Hotel by Lynne Elson and Variations on the Death of Trotsky by David Ives 
Join then for a variety show of comedy, including two one-act plays, improv and stand-up comedy at 3 PM on
Feb. 25 and 7 PM Feb. 26th and 27th at Churchill Junior High's Cafetorium.  
Tickets are sold at the door.  $10 for adults, $8 for students and staff.


Tricky Tray

The Lawrence Brook Annual TRICKY TRAY will be held on FRIDAY, MARCH 11, 2016 at 5:30 PM.  Admission is $20.00 per person and includes a sheet of general prize tickets and a Super 50-50 chance.  If you purchase 8 or more admission tickets together you can reserve a table.  New this year, enjoy all round table seating with folding chairs!! Ask your family and friends to join in on the fun!  This event is sure to be a fun time!  Prizes range from Vacation Certificates to the Caribbean, gaming systems, HDTVs, small electronics, a Lancaster Getaway, restaurant & store gift cards, gift baskets, theater tickets, and a high end bag section featuring Coach, Michael Kors, Kate Spade and other designer purses.  See FLYER for full information and ticket order form. 


 Bowne-Munro Drama Club is hosting a Applebee's Flapjack Fundraiser. Enjoy a short stack for a tall cause and join the budding thespians at Applebee's, 324 Ryders Lane, Milltown, on Sunday, March 20, 8 AM to 10 AM. Contact Kathy Saggese at 732-613-6810 to purchase tickets. See FLYER

EBEF On Tuesday, April 12, at their 23rd Annual Partner in Excellence Dinner, the East Brunswick Education Foundation Trustees will honor educators Jeffrey Lesser and Mariann Zema along with community members Dr. V. Raja Bandaru and Dr. Steven Susskind/Susskind Dental. Each year this recognition is bestowed upon individuals and/or organizations that epitomize the Foundation’s mission to enhance and enrich the educational experience for the students attending the East Brunswick Public Schools. 
There are several ways for community members to support this event. Community members are welcome to attend the dinner. The cost is $70. The Foundation will also accept monetary donations for anyone wanting to recognize the honorees. Also, associated with the dinner, there is a “Spectacular Limited Raffle.” See Invite and Raffle form Go to  http://eastbrunswickeducationfoundation.org/ for more information

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