The young problem solvers in Mrs. Varadarajan’s second grade classroom developed creative design solutions for a portion of one of our school courtyards -- focusing on creating a good outdoor learning environment for all students.
The Generation Z students in Mrs. Riely’s classroom have experienced a classroom facelift.
Pupils in Jennifer DeFilippi’s fifth-grade class at JP crafted nearly 100 thoughtful, funny, artistic, and heartfelt greetings in the time leading up to Valentine’s Day.
Celebrate a night of talent performances from 6th, 7th, and 8th-grade students.
Kindergarten’s 100th Day Food Drive Project
Quarter 2/Semester 1 grades are viewable in PowerSchool.
Kindergarten took a trip to the Kingston Post Office.
The second graders in Mrs. Varadarajan’s class worked diligently to write information books on self-selected topics about which they had some prior knowledge.
Mandatory Dual Language Immersion parent sessions for interested families will be held on Wednesday, February 13th at 6:30 PM and Wednesday, February 27th at 8:45 AM at Community Park School.
Parents can now register their children for PreK and Kindergarten in the 2019-2020 school year.
JW will be preforming Shrek The Musical Jr. on March 7th, 8th, and 9th at 7:30 PM and March 10th at 1PM.
Our Riverside Kindergartners worked hard to create these beautiful Winter Bird Paintings.
This year our 5thgrade students had the opportunity to perform The Tempest by William Shakespeare.
The 2019-2020 school calendar is available.
Princeton Public Schools is poised to meet its goal in 2019-2020 of offering immersion classes for students in Kindergarten through fifth grade at Community Park School.
Our 3rd grade students have been studying what it means to be a member of the community through our new “Social Studies Alive” curriculum.
Tricky Tray and Tray Fair. Please support local causes by donating a themed tray.
Princeton Public Schools Appoints New Assistant Superintendent of Human Resources
Littlebrook's second and third graders learned about this month's character theme of Kindness during Ms. Hoobler's monthly counseling lesson and wrote kind messages to share with their school!
The students in Mrs. Nichols’ 5th grade classroom developed a plan to use their geography and geometry skills to cover the U.S.A. carpet with pattern blocks.
The yearbook is available for online purchasing.
The kindergarten students spent 3 sessions creating a mixed media piece with Art Sparks' teaching artist Julie Rosenthale.
Thank you to all the students and families who participated in the 5th Annual Joe Throw to raise money for the Joe Fund.
Littlebrook started out Character Counts Week with a great performance by Ball in the House, an acapella group, from Boston, MA.
On January 18, JW Middle School celebrated the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King with special guest Rev. Dr. Gilbert H. Caldwell, who marched with Dr. King and first met him while he was a student at Boston University.
The Princeton Public Schools community honored Jeffrey Lucker for 50 years of teaching history at PHS!
Littlebrook Elementary School participated in Walk to School Day!
On Saturday, January 12th, PHS Drama students attended the New Jersey Secondary Theatre Arts Competition for the Governor's Awards.
To celebrate the holiday season, staff and students were treated today to beautiful piano music from students.
The John Witherspoon 8th grade Robotics team advanced to the State competition in Mount Olive in early December.
All Riversiders had the chance to explore computer coding and the field of computer science during our celebration of the International Hour of Code week which extended through December in both our science lab and library.
A message from Steve Cochrane Superintendent of Princeton Public Schools.
Riverside is proud to partner with the Princeton Senior Resource Center to bring the love of intergenerational reading to our children! As part of the Grandpals program.
The PTO is a group of caring volunteers dedicated to enhancing the educational experience of Riverside students through a variety of programs and services.
Riverside is proud to host an instrumental music program for 3rd, 4th, and 5th graders.
Our very own Señora Herrera, DLI Spanish-language partner teacher for Grade 4, received a grant of $2,000 from PEF for Snap Circuits.
The CP Library, under the auspices of CP's librarian Mrs. Jones, continues its winning streak of visiting authors. This month we are proud to present Anica Mrose Rissi, author of the popular Anna, Banana chapter-book series as well as picture books such as The Teacher's Pet and Watch Out for Wolf!
Did you know that every month Community Park has a school-wide meeting?
For the upcoming school year, the Princeton Family YMCA will once again offer rising seventh graders a free YMCA membership as part of the 7th Grade Initiative (7GI).
Starting on November 12, Cranbury Late Bus Times are as follows:
On Wednesday, November 14, the PHS Athletic Department hosted a College Signing Day Celebration in the PHS PAC lobby.
Three more schools in the Princeton Public School District have met the rigorous requirements to achieve Sustainable Jersey for Schools certification.