Teachers On Call is Now Hiring for Substitute Teachers and Paras in Princeton
These students were honored at our Student of the Month breakfast on 12/16/2021.
Whether we are ready for it or not, winter weather is upon us! We would like to remind families of the protocols we follow during inclement weather.
As you are aware, the CDC has recommended the COVID-19 vaccine for children ages 5-11. Our schools are not requiring or providing vaccines. We encourage all families to contact your healthcare provider or our local public health department if you are interested in getting the COVID Vaccine.
As a tutor for AmeriCorps, you could help Princeton students build the skills they need to thrive in math and literacy. Tutors work with students one-on-one or in small groups, and are paid a stipend every two weeks. Comprehensive training is provided, and tutors may also be eligible for child care assistance and free health insurance.
It’s no secret that we take Tiger Pride seriously, and part of that is being clear on our expectations for behavior. We focus on teaching self-regulation, personal safety, and support through collaboration.
Click here to access the link for the 2021 Homecoming Coronation today, Oct. 4th, at 2:40!
We want to thank our families, students and staff for all they are doing to prevent the spread of COVID. As of this week, our COVID case rates are Tier 1-LOW at all schools.
At the start of this year, the state provided schools with a good supply of at-home COVID-19 saliva tests we could send home with students. Our inventory is running low, and the state is no longer providing the kits in bulk to schools.
Unfortunately, supply chain issues and staffing shortages are hitting food vendors and these disruptions are affecting schools. Food shipments are delayed and market prices are rising.