|News and updates from Mr. Charles B. Sampson, Superintendent of Schools for the Freehold Regional High School District.|
A few weeks back, the FRHSD hosted one of our tri-annual student recognition ceremonies.
Here at the FRHSD we have embedded deep conversation around the process of continual improvement.
Today, the proposed regulations and requirements regarding the TEACHNJ Act and accompanying teacher and principal evaluation systems in New Jersey will be put before the State Board of Education.
A popular sports statement is that a team or individual must be “all in”
How do various academic opportunities spur positive student outcomes?
My wish for all is that the feeling that follows a tragedy, where people are just a little more appreciative, a little more flexible, and a little more understanding permeates throughout the New Year and beyond.
Across the country, thousands of schools will be moving forward on Monday morning. We will, as well. Our counselors and guidance staff are on full alert to assist students in need of help. We will move forward as one community.
We recognize that we are one community, that we need to remain vigilant and aware that tragedies occur, and that we must take proactive steps to keep our schools safe.
We hope that all of you and your families are well. As a result of Hurricane Sandy, we have made adjustments to the school calendar that was approved at the August 27, 2012 Board of Education meeting.
Our schools are closed tomorrow--Friday, November 2. We will be monitoring the situations of power, gasoline, food for lunches, and transportation closely over the weekend. On Sunday evening, we will make an announcement regarding the schedule for next week.