Please review the updated NJ DOE high school graduation assessment requirements. There are major updates for the class of 2020 and beyond. Contact the school with any questions.
Samantha graduated from New Egypt in 2008. She completed her Undergraduate degree at Savannah College of Art and Design. At SCAD she was able to tailor her Art program to meet the requirements for Johns Hopkins University. Currently Samantha is working in Belgium as an Anaplastologist where she meets with patients making ear, nose, eye and finger prosthetics. Read more about her by clicking the headline link above.
Colin is now a student at The College of New Jersey studying Political Science. Currently he is completing his internship at Senator Rand Paul’s office in Washington DC. In 2012 Colin completed an internship at Senator Sam Thompson’s office. Click the headline link above to read more about Colin.
Keith Jones graduated from New Egypt High School in 2003 and began his college career at Villanova University. Currently Keith is an Anchor/Reporter for NBC10 News in Philly. Click on the headline link for more about this NEHS Alumni!
Plumsted Twp Board of Education Notice of Meetings
The Plumsted Township Board of Education will hold a Special meeting on Wednesday, October 28, 2020 for the purpose of discussing the 2020-2021 District and Board Goals.
This will be a Remote meeting and will convene at 6:30 pm for public session.
Action will not be taken.
Please click here for notice.
Plumsted Township Schools uses ParentSquare for school communication, primarily with email, text and app notifications. ParentSquare automatically generates an account for each parent, using their preferred email address and phone number. We encourage parents to access their accounts so they can download the mobile app and update their preferences on when and how they are notified.
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The NJDOE is a part of the Interagency Task Force to Combat Youth Bias. The Task Force is hosting community listening sessions to hear from members of the public, particularly parents and children about incidents of bias.