Manchester Township Schools will have a half-day integrated preschool program that will be opened to 10 non-disabled children, selected by a lottery on May 8, 2020. Apply online April 1-May 1.
News & Events
Over 1300 pounds of cereal donated by our Manchester community was still in our high school building when we shut down. Thanks to our amazing Buildings & Grounds staff, the cereal was delivered to the food pantry.
Mr. Trethaway gives an update on remote learning. In addition, due to the latest state restrictions, meal and packet pickup days will be limited. Please read the article for details.
Please read this important information about remote learning procedures.
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Mr. Trethaway reviews steps the district is taking to address the spread of COVID19.
Mr. Trethaway shares information about student safety, including the topics of vaping and coronavirus.
Lisa Mitchell and Sarita Dodd, representatives of the Manchester Township PTA, presented over $4,700 in mini-grants to 11 Manchester school staff members at the February 19, 2020 Board of Education meeting.
Guest presenter Sarah Stevenson, from Mindfulness Educational Services, shared the research that supports the importance of bringing mindfulness into classroom practices and presented strategies to support students at home.
The Board of Education approved the school calendar for 2020-21 at their February 19, 2020 meeting. All dates are now posted on our district web calendar.
This calendar only shows MTES and DISTRICT events. Go to the DISTRICT CALENDAR to see all schools on one calendar.
Calendar & Category Legend:
- Emergency Closings
Manchester Twp Elem School
During the month of July MTES was host to the District's Extended School Year Program as well as our own Summer Jump Start Program. Mrs. Nicole Sharkey was the coordinator of our program.
Once again this Summer we are asking students and staff to participate in our Postcard Challenge.We want to hear from you wherever you go this summer. Even if it is to the beach or the boardwalk. You can buy a postcard or even better, you can make a postcard!
On June 14th MTES held it's 27th Annual Fifth Grade Celebration Breakfast. This is one of our biggest events of the school year. This year was no exception.
Dragon Day is the day most of our students look forward to all year with good reason! The day was beautiful once again this year, the sun was shining, it was warm but not hot, and there was a delightful breeze to keep everyone cool.
MTES held their annual Volunteer Recognition Luncheon on Thursday, June 6th in the Media Center. Over 40 volunteers were invited.
Committee members involved in the selection of a new elementary math program for Manchester Elementary Schools were clearly enthusiastic about their choice of 'Ready Classroom Mathematics' when they presented to the Board of Education at the May 2, 2019 special meeting.
The Manchester Township Board of Education approved the 2019-20 school district budget at a special meeting on May 2, 2019.
Manchester Township School District will have a half-day integrated preschool program that will be opened to a limited number of non-disabled children age 4 on or before October 1, 2019. This program is designed to provide opportunities for children with disabilities to be included with non-disabled peers.
Come celebrate the arts in Manchester Schools at the Manchester Youth Arts Festival on Thursday, May 16 from 5:00-8:00 PM at Manchester Township High School. All of the district's schools will be represented at this fabulous community event that features student art displays and performances.
MTES Spring Concert has been postponed due to emergency school closing. New date TBA.
The School Performance Reports reflect the New Jersey Department of Education's (NJDOE) extensive efforts to engage with parents, students and school communities, and share the information that is most valuable in providing a picture of overall school performance.
MTES held an open house to show off their new STEAM Lab. Students demonstrated coding systems, robots, animation, contraptions, circuitry, 3-D Doodle pens and various building systems like Legos, magnetic blocks, Zoob and Keva planks.