The Manchester Township Board of Education has begun the process of searching for a new Superintendent of Schools and are seeking input from the community.
BOE News & Reports
The Manchester Township Board of Education voted on August 18, 2021 to send a letter to Governor Murphy asking him to rescind Executive Order 251, which mandates mask wearing in all NJ schools.
Superintendent of Schools, David Trethaway, announced that he will be retiring effective February 1, 2022 at the August Board of Education meeting.
The Manchester Township Board of Education honored 17 Manchester Township High School students who scored a 4 or 5 on Advanced Placement tests this past year.
Additional marking periods are proposed to be added this year at Manchester Township HIgh School to allow grades and progress reports to be issued more often, in an effort to identify and support struggling students earlier in the semester.
School board members must be registered voters who have lived in the district for at least a year. They must be able to read and write and cannot hold a contract with or claim against the school district. Application deadline August 13.