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In an effort to keep the PPS community informed about the work of the Board of Education, a summary of every Board meeting is sent out following each meeting. The public is invited to attend the Board meetings, held at the Valley Road Administration Building, and we hope these updates are helpful if you are unable to attend.  You can watch the full board meeting  on the district’s YouTube channel.   

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Rashone Johnson

At its Board Meeting on June 11, 2019, the Princeton Public Schools Board of Education appointed Rashone Johnson as the newest assistant principal of Princeton High School. Mr. Johnson, a graduate of The College of New Jersey and a teacher and coach in the district for more than 20 years, was chosen after a comprehensive selection process that began with more than 200 candidates. He has served in the past as an interim assistant principal at PHS and was named 2018 Track Coach of the Year by

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Dave Harding

As efforts advance in updating and enhancing its school facilities, the Princeton Public Schools is pleased to announce the appointment of David J. Harding as the District’s new Director of Facilities, effective July 1, 2019.  Mr. Harding is currently the Director of Facilities for the Bernards Township School District, where he has served for the last six years. 

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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.

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Inspired by the Poetry in Motion Project where poetry was displayed on the walls of subway trains in New York City, the second graders of Mrs. Varadarajan’s class decided to post poems they had composed in public spaces at school, like, the hallways, in the cafateria, in front of the office, the bathrooms, the gym. Basically, the idea was to make poetry not just lie quietly tucked away in the backs of library shelves, but make it accessible to more and more people to read and enjoy.

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