Due to the projected weather forecast for this evening, the Vineland High School Commencement Ceremony time has changed. Students will now begin processing into the stadium at 5 p.m. The ceremony will begin at approximately 5:30 p.m. Gates will now be... (cont'd)
Approximately 30 families had the opportunity to get a head start on summer learning thanks to the district’s Bilingual Advisory Committee’s workshop on June 12 at Sabater Elementary School.
The Bilingual Advisory Committee meetings focus on... (cont'd)
Students and staff members across the district wore orange on Friday, June 7 in honor of Gun Safety and Violence Awareness Month. In collaboration with the Cumberland County Positive Youth Development Coalition (CCPYDC), students and staff were able... (cont'd)
Petway Elementary School held its final "Pride Day" of the school year on Tuesday, concluding the year on a grand scale by celebrating the school's recent designation as a National School of Character, one of 88 schools across the country to receive... (cont'd)
The mission of the Vineland Public Schools is based upon the conviction that all students can learn. We recognize that a quality educational experience is the result of a strong partnership of parents, teachers and the community. We challenge and encourage students to become active participants in the quest for excellence. Our goal is to ensure a safe, creative, stimulating and caring environment which promotes self-esteem, sound character, responsibility and respect for diversity. This atmosphere will enable students to become knowledgeable, skillful, life-long learners who are contributing citizens in our changing society. We expect the best from our students and will give no less of ourselves as educators.
District Anti Bullying Coordinator
John W. Frangipani, Assistant Superintendent for Administration
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