In the next two years, Princeton Public Schools will use $27 million in referendum funds for health and safety upgrades to schools. Here are some of the planned improvements at Princeton High School.
Please join us for Jammin’ With Santa, our third annual fundraiser, that will benefit the Joyce Turner Memorial Fund. We’ll have visits with Santa and Mrs. Claus, arts and crafts, games, and holiday music played by the PHS Studio Band. $10 suggested donation.
It's a dark and stormy night, and you've been invited to a very unusual dinner party. Each of the guests has an alias, the butler offers a variety of weapons, and the host is, well…dead. So, whodunnit? Join the iconic oddballs known as Scarlet, Plum, White, Green, Peacock, and Mustard as they race to find the murderer in Boddy Manor before the body count stacks up. Based on the cult classic film and the popular board game, Clue is a madcap comedy that will keep you guessing until the final twist.
The best in gently used books for young readers
Sunday December 8th from 1:00-5:30PM in the community room
Numina Gallery is proud to welcome Delayed Choice, an exhibition featuring Chinese New-Generation Female Artists. The exhibition will showcase original art by 18 women artists trained at the Central Academy of Fine Arts and the Academy of Arts & Design of Tsinghua University in Beijing.
The Prince, Princeton High School's yearbook, was recently awarded top honors by The Garden State Scholastic Press Association and received the highest score of any yearbook submitted in New Jersey. The Garden State Scholastic Press Association promotes scholastic journalism in New Jersey. The Prince received the GSSPA "All New Jersey Platinum" award.
After almost ten years of service, Cranbury board representative Evelyn Spann is leaving the Princeton Board of Education.
Two busy intersections on Harrison Street will be safer for students walking and biking to school after they are improved with approximately $674,000 of federal funds, said Princeton Mayor Liz Lempert on Friday
Students at Community Park School participated in a Mix It Up at Lunch Day, a concept launched by the Teaching Tolerance project, which encourages students to sit with someone new in the cafeteria.
Littlebrook School celebrated "Character Counts" week with a full roster of accomplished guests who shared how their jobs relate to the Six Pillars of Character.
The annual PHS Hackathon will be held Nov 2 and is open to all New Jersey high school students.
It was out with the old, and in with the new last Saturday at the JW Edible Gardens!
Beginning Wednesday, November 6 Alexander Street will be closed for six months
The Princeton Public Schools Visual and Performing Arts Department is pleased to share its fall edition of “News from the Arts,” a quarterly electronic newsletter about recent and upcoming arts events.
PPS teachers recently participated in an author visit with Cornelius Minor at Barnes & Noble.
Princeton Public Schools Supports Celebration of Indigenous Peoples Day on October 14
The district has developed a new visitor protocol scheduled for full implementation beginning in October 2019.
Princeton Public Schools is pleased to announce Free Public Preschool Pending NJ Department of Education Preschool Aid
Thanks to an increase in funding from community partners and supportive grants, students have benefited from the largest menu of summer programs ever being offered at Princeton Public Schools.
Felicia Spitz of Princeton Children's Fund (PCF) shared some happy news recently: The book clubs at the Princeton Public Library have attracted over 40 John Witherspoon and Princeton High School students.
Riverside School will be the first elementary school to receive new air conditioning and heating units as part of a series of improvements that Princeton Public Schools will make in the next 18 months.
Princeton Public Schools is installing air conditioning in the high school gym, one of several major upgrades in the works this summer.
The Princeton Public Schools are committed to working collaboratively with our full community to advance learning and wellness for our students while at the same time minimizing the financial impact on our taxpayers.
We are continuing to move forward with our implementation of the projects associated with our facilities referendum, and I want to provide you with some key information about our approach to those projects.
At its meeting on Tuesday, February 26, 2019, the Board of Education for the Princeton Public Schools took an important next step in the implementation of its school facilities referendum projects by approving a contract to appoint the Piscataway-based firm Epic Management, Inc. (“EPIC”) as its construction manager.
The 2019-2020 school calendar is available.
A message from Steve Cochrane Superintendent of Princeton Public Schools.