Breakfast With Santa sponsored by Hillside High School PTA
Ses attached flyer:
The District MLK Commmemoration Program
2014 MLK Flyer.doc
When: January 18, 2014
Where: Hiillside High School
Time: 1:00 PM
See the attached flyer for more information
Dear Parents and Guardians:
Dealing with your children’s school lunch money just got a whole lot easier! Through the LunchPrepay website, you can now create an account for your children pay for meals online securely and even see what they are buying.
Go to LunchPrepay.com and click “Register Now” to create an account. Select Hillside School District from the drop-down list of school districts, fill in your information, input your credit or debit card information and you’re ready to go! Note that you will need your child’s student ID number; if you do not know it, simply contact the school your child attends for their ID number. Read more...
Hillside Public Library is still undergoing repairs. It looks like some time in November. Until then Elizabeth Public Library, Mountainside Public Library, and Roselle Public Library are extending borrowing and computer privileges to Hillside Residents. Please check our website www.hillsidepl.org for updates and to use our digital resources still available from anywhere.
The students of W.O.Krumbiegel Middle School are invited to join Kean University’s Learning Adventures - a unique after school learning experience! Career Exploration, self-discovery and student empowerment are the cornerstones of this program, located at W. O. K. Middle School, in Hillside, NJ and administered by Kean University’s College of Education. Read more...
Superintendent Report to the Board of Education
Message 2013 BOE.pdf
Dr. Deo shared the attached report with the Board of Education during their retreat in August. The report highlights the District's accomplishments for the 2012-2013 school year.
Hillside Public Schools
School Breakfast Update:
Every child that attends a Hillside Public School is eligible to participate in the breakfast program. These breakfasts are nutritional. They provide one fourth or more of the daily recommended levels for key nutrients that children need.
If your child is eligible to receive free meals there is no cost for the breakfast. If your child is eligible to receive reduced price meals, the cost is $.30. If your child is not eligible to receive free or reduced price meals the cost is as follows: $1.10 grades pre k thru 8, $1.25 grades 9 thru 12. Read more...