"The mission of the Kearny School District, a diverse metropolitan "hometown" working together as a unified community, is to provide unlimited opportunities that maximize everyone's potential to be a life-long learner and a contributing member of society."

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Board of Education

In accordance with the Open Public Meeting Act, P.L. 1975c 231, this is to advise that the Kearny Board of Education will hold a Public Hearing on Monday, May 2,   2016 at 6:00 p.m. at the Kearny High School Auditorium, 336 Devon Street, Kearny, N.J.  Action will be taken.


The complete Budget will be on file and open to examination at the Kearny Board of Education, 172 Midland Avenue, Kearny, Hudson County, New Jersey between the hours of 8:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m., Monday through Friday, excluding holidays.


The agenda to the extent known is:         Public Hearing of the 2016-2017 School Year Budget

District Announcements

2014 - 2015 Kearny School District HIB Grade

Kearny School District has been Selected as a District of Distinction
Read more about our recognition at:

"Meeting the Needs of a Dynamic Global Economy"

Congratulations to all of you who contributed to making this a reality! 

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Daily Announcements


Tectonic Engineering & Surveying Consultants P.C. has completed the pilot sampling and analysis of potable water collected from multiple Point of Use (POU) points at a total of seven (7) Kearny Schools. The sampling was performed to verify the quality of drinking water provided to Kearny Schools, specifically the levels of lead. This initial pilot test was implemented as a recommended progressive approach in conjunction with public communication.

Sampling and analysis of drinking water points of use (POUs) for lead was performed by Kearny Board of Education (KBOE)  all district public schools in response to public concerns.

Based on the testing results, the levels of lead found in the water taken from all sample points did not exceed appropriate limits. The reported lead concentrations were compared to both the public water service AL and the schools-recommended CL value.

Lead was not detected above the recommended  AL  of  15 PPB  or the  CL of  20 PPB in

Any of the fourteen (14)  POUs from a total of seven (7) different facilities

Community Events

Lincoln School Happenings




The eighth grade STEAM club members have been busy transforming Lincoln Middle School’s central courtyard. The students recently designed and constructed a cold frame, used to protect plants from the harmful early spring frost. This new addition to the garden was made possible by a grant from Montclair State University Network for Educational Renewal (MSUNER).
The idea of building the cold frame originated within the Social Studies department, to have students grow vegetables typically found on a New England colonial farm in order to develop an appreciation of the hardships faced by early American settlers.
With the collaboration of LMS teachers and students, the project has developed into an interdisciplinary learning experience, infusing science, technology, engineering, math, and fun. After harvesting, students will calculate nutritional values and design a farm that would meet the nutritional needs of their families.

Lincoln Middle School worked diligently creating Valentine cards for dosomething.org.
In one week, the students handed in 1,168 cards which are donated to Chrill Care in Verona, N.J. The cards will be delivered along with daily meals in their  "Meals on Wheels" program, which feeds about 400 seniors.
For every card that was created the children received a free raffle ticket to win Ted E.

In the picture, please find Nicole Leon, our seventh grade student who won Ted E.  She, herself, created 64 Valentines in an effort to "share the love" and give Ted E. a new home!

I'm so proud of our LMS students for their loving efforts.
Kathie Williams/ Student Council Adviser

CONGRATULATIONS to Mrs. Huff's first period Honors English class (Lincoln Middle School) on winning the "Read to Succeed" contest sponsored by Achieve3000.  From Monday, November 2, through Friday, December 4, every time a student in the class completed a multiple choice activity, the class earned one point. For every score of 75%, the class earned two points. And for every score of 88% or higher, the class earned three points! Mrs. Huff's class scored the most points on average at Lincoln Middle School, and won a $30.00 gift card, which will be used for a lunchtime celebration!

Roosevelt School Happenings

"Read to Succeed"


CONGRATULATIONS to Mrs. Alessandra's 5th grade class (Roosevelt School) on winning the "Read to Succeed" contest sponsored by Achieve3000. The contest began on November 2nd and ended on December 4th. The students worked on reading articles and completed multiple choice questions that earned them points for every activity of 75% or higher.

Mrs. Alessandra's class scored the most points in the school and won a $30.00 gift card to Barnes and Noble. Each student was rewarded with a new book to add to their personal home library!

Washington School Happenings

Ms. Almeida’s 4th and 5th period class were this year’s winners for the Achieve 3000 Read to Succeed contest!  Their remarkable literacy achievement makes Ms. Almeida extremely proud of them. From all the classes that completed Achieve3000 lessons over the contest period, her class completed the most. It's proven that the more lessons students complete, the greater their reading gains, and her students have built outstanding reading gains over the contest period.

Kearny High Happenings

KHS Culinary Arts Takes 3rd Place in State Competition

Team shows strength of Culinary Arts program

Kearny, NJ, 02/02/16 – Five students from the Culinary Arts program at Kearny High School entered into the National Restaurant Association ProStart Management competition in late January.  The competition was held in Hamilton, New Jersey and pitted the Kearny students against twelve other Prostart programs, the majority of which, are vocational schools.  This year is the tenth anniversary of the New Jersey ProStart competition and the first year Kearny High School has sent a team to the competition.



New Jersey Higher Education Student Assistance Authority (HESAA) has prepared a Student Loan Guide to be distributed to New Jersey high school students.  In January 2013 legislation was passed by the New Jersey Legislature and signed into law by Governor Christie requiring HESAA to provide a booklet/brochure and directing high schools to annually disseminate it to each student in the 11th and 12th grades.

        In accordance with N.J.S.A. 18A:71A-35, attached below is the Student Loan Guide e-booklet link below. 

e-booklet link to the Student Loan Guide: http://www.hesaa.org/Flipbooks/StudentLoanGuide/index.html

Interactive Student Loan Game Plan:

9th grade e-booklet Reach Higher a guide to choose a college path:

        HESAA is the only state authority with the sole mission of providing students and families with the information and resources necessary to attain an education beyond high school.

The Center for Pre-College Programs (CPCP) at New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT) will be offering a SAT (Scholastic Aptitude Test) Preparation Program in 2016 for all current 9th, 10th and 11th grade students CPCP was established in 1980 by NJIT’s Board of Overseers, with the mission to provide all students with equal access to high quality science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) education. 

The SAT Preparation Program will be taught by certified instructors who will reinforce knowledge already taught in school, and will introduce students to new concepts while providing valuable instruction and review in each SAT content area.  The classes will cover grammar, writing, vocabulary, critical reading, mathematical skills, and the best methods to approach questions in all SAT areas.  This comprehensive approach ensures that students not only learn strategies to answer every exam question but also focus on specific areas that need improvement.  The SAT Preparation Program utilizes an intensive non-traditional methodology, techniques and strategies that will help students become “smarter test-takers.”

Click here to find the SAT Preparation Program flyer with dates and tuition costs and response form.

Monday, May 16
Friday, May 20
District Event
Progress Reports Mailed Today
Friday, May 27
District Event
School Closed - Unused Snow Day
Monday, May 30
District Event
Schools Closed - Memorial Day
Tuesday, May 31
District Event
School Closed - Unused Snow Day

Today, 5/2/2016
High: 61 Low: 50
Chance rain
40% chance of precipitation.