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Pledge to end the r-wordMemorial Middle School students pledge to end the r-word

Point Pleasant Borough residents Jean and Thomas Herrington’s children have a lot in common; not only do all six Herrington children love music but they are also avid ice hockey fans - shared interests that are not at all affected by the Herrington’s broad age ranges, spanning from the mid-20’s to the family’s youngest, Will Herrington, age 13. The Herrington children can now add another shared experience to their family’s history after Will, following in his older siblings’ footsteps, coordinated a Spread the Word to End the Word campaign at Memorial Middle School, where Will is currently in seventh grade.

Spread the Word to End the Word is a national movement aimed at eradicating the derogatory use of the hurtful R-word. Established in 2009 at the Special Olympic World Winter Games, the movement is a call to action, designed to, shift perceptions about people with intellectual disabilities; recognize the contributions people with intellectual disabilities make to communities around the world; and promote inclusion and acceptance among all people.  READ MORE >>

Boro student wins big in H&R Block Budget ChallengeBudget Challenge

The sustained health and stability of the complex global economy is dependent on a financially literate populace. Financially literate individuals understand basic economic and financial concepts and use that understanding to form the basis of informed financial decisions. Financially literate individuals exercise sound judgment when acquiring and using credit, while maintaining the goal of minimizing debt.

Yet despite a surfeit of evidence to suggest that personal financial literacy improves individual financial outcomes, which in turn benefits the economy, current statistics indicate that only about 7 percent of high school students and fewer than 30 percent of adults are considered financially literate.  READ MORE >>

OceanFirst Model Classroom Grant awarded to Point Pleasant Borough High

OceanFirst FoundationComprehensive business education is essential for students’ success in an increasingly complex global society. Studies have proven that students who have a strong foundation in the areas of accounting, economics and personal finance have demonstrated increased analytical and problem-solving skills as well as the ability to work well alone or with a team. These are essential skills that will ensure students’ preparedness for life after high school graduation and especially in college. 

“The competencies students acquire through business education – decision-making, critical thinking, and human relations – are skills that are aligned with the needs of our global economy,” said Superintendent Vincent S. Smith. READ MORE >>
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Point Pleasant Borough School District Anti-Bullying Team
District Anti-Bullying Coordinator
Ms. Rita Miller
2100 Panther Path
Pt. Pleasant, New Jersey 08742
Phone: (732) 701-1900 ext. 2414
rmiller@pointpleasant.k12.nj.us
Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights
Point Pleasant School District Grade: 73/78
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School Based Anti-Bullying Specialists
Mr. James Foley
Point Pleasant Borough High School
808 Laura Herbert Drive
Point Pleasant, New Jersey 08742
Phone: (732) 701-1900 extension 2230
jfoley@pointpleasant.k12.nj.us
Ms. Jennifer Kelly
Memorial Middle School
808 Laura Herbert Drive
Point Pleasant, New Jersey 08742
Phone: (732) 701-1900 extension 2309
jkelly@pointpleasant.k12.nj.us
Ms. Cheryl Schneider
Nellie Bennett Elementary School
2000 Riviera Parkway
Point Pleasant, New Jersey 08742
Phone: (732) 701-1900 extension 5218
cschneider@pointpleasant.k12.nj.us
Ms. Sue Hansen
Ocean Road Elementary School
Benedict Street
Point Pleasant, New Jersey 08742
Phone: (732) 701-1900 extension 5215
shansen@pointpleasant.k12.nj.us
   
     Harassment, Intimidation & Bullying Letter from Superintendent Vincent S. Smith (October 1, 2014)
     Policy 5512: Harassment, Intimidation & Bullying (Revised Policy Adopted October 21, 2013)
     Policy 5600: Pupil Discipline/Code of Conduct(Revised Policy Adopted July 11, 2011)
    Guidance for Schools on Implementing the Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights Act

   Anti-Bullying Resources
      Bullying 101 - What It Is & What to Do About It
      Net Cetera: Chatting with Kids About Being Online

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