|Welcome to Milltown Public Schools|
The Milltown School District, in collaboration with family and community, is committed to academic excellence for all students. We aspire to develop confident, lifelong learners who will succeed in a diverse and changing world.
We pledge equal access to a learning environment for all students and employees that supports diversity and equality regardless of race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, age, national origin, or disability.
Milltown supports the hiring and advancement of all populations. Milltown is an equal opportunity employer.
Superintendent for a Day Winners!
MEF sponsored contest.
Joyce Kilmer School: Katie George
Parkview School: Jason Orlowski
Students joined Dr. Brown and experienced a typical day for the superintendent.
Jason's favorite part of the day was touring Joyce Kilmer School.
Katie's favorite part was seeing rooms in the building that she didn't know existed and participating in meetings about things that she didn't realize happened.
Preliminary Budget Presentation
Presented at 2-25-14 Board of Education meeting
Fourth Grade Relocating to Joyce Kilmer
At the Board of Education meeting on February 4, 2014, the Board of Education approved the relocation of the fourth grade from Parkview School to Joyce Kilmer School for the start of the 2014-2015 school year. This move is necessary to create space within existing school facilities to accommodate additional sections at grade levels that are experiencing high enrollments.
Class Size and Facilities Update
Presented at 2-4-14 Board of Education meeting
Information from the Middlesex County Prosecutor's Office
Information for Joyce Kilmer School Students
Incident Report Form
Milltown Board of Education -
Harassment, Intimidation, Bullying and Hazing Policy - File Code 5131.1
Mrs. Margaret Csaszar
Mrs. Jennifer Pinnella
Joyce Kilmer School Bullying Specialist
Mrs. Kim Murray-Steinbruck
The District is in the process of completing a self-assessment for the current 2013-2014 school year.
Email Messages are being sent by the schools to reduce paper and to make sure information is received by parents in a timely manner. If you have not been receiving email messages from either Parkview or Joyce Kilmer School the district does NOT have your email address.
Please call the Help Desk at (732) 214-2361 to provide your email address ASAP.
Teacher and Principal Evaluation Data
All NJ school districts have been mandated to post the teacher and principal evaluation process and data on their websites for schools with more than 10 teachers and school districts having more than 10 principals. The link below will provide the necessary documentation.
Teacher Evaluation Report
Principal Evaluation Report is not posted because there are fewer than 10 principals in the district.
Hurricane Sandy Displacement
If you know of any K-8th grade students who have been displaced due to Hurricane Sandy and need information about school placement, you may contact Dr. Brown, Chief School Administrator at (732) 214-2365 or via email at email@example.com.
New Jersey State Assistance is also available at (609) 292-2070.
Food-Free Fun Announcement
CDC Recommendations - FLU
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Affirmative Action Officer:
Mr. Vincent Marasco
School Business Administrator
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80 Violet Terrace
Milltown, NJ 08850
Joyce Kilmer School
21 West Church Street
Milltown, NJ 08850