Over the last four years, our School Boards and Long-term Facilities Planning Committee have been evaluating and planning for our facilities needs. Maintaining our community investment in schools is a fundamental task for school boards.
Building solid relationships is one of our core values. We develop these connections by engaging in our shared purpose with stakeholders, including students, staff, families, community organizations, and the School Board.
This January, we’ve received more snow than we usually get in an entire winter season. Our elementary students are pretty big fans of it, but we know that our families and staff are less excited about the interruptions a snowfall can bring.
Kindergarten information meetings are scheduled for January 24, 3-4 p.m. and February 7 at 5:30 p.m. for Spanish Immersion.
Order flowers for your special students for delivery on Valentine's day!
The January 3 school board meeting has been rescheduled due to the weather.
At Princeton Public Schools, we know how important the kindergarten year is in your child’s education. That’s why we are excited to help each child discover their unique stripes, strengths and needs.
Last month, the School Board received a report from our financial auditors. Contrary to what many people believe about local property taxes, we learned that Princeton Public Schools is among the lowest-spending and lowest-taxing school districts in the state.
At Princeton Public Schools, our mission is to develop in EVERY learner the ability to succeed in an ever-changing world. We take our mission to heart, and that’s why we’re personalizing education for students and ensuring their learning is filled with relevance and meaning. We’ve launched our Career Academies at Princeton High School to help students connect their learning to their future careers, college, and life.
Multiple cases of influenza-like illness have been reported to our attendance offices recently.