What’s Happening This Week in Clifton Public Schools


Beginning the week, Clifton High School will be having an S/C day on Monday, June 12th, meaning that rather than students being dismissed at 2:00 p.m., they will be released at 1:45 p.m. to accommodate a staff and faculty meeting.

Throughout the week, beginning on Tuesday the 13th, quarterlies will begin for middle and high school students and last until Thursday. Quarterlies generally account for about fifteen percent of a student's final marking period grade in a class and cover a majority of what was taught in a class throughout that marking period. English, Electives, and Physical Education will be held on Tuesday, Science and Social Studies on Wednesday, and Math and World Language on Thursday.

Friday the 16th will be an early dismissal for schools across the district for the AchieveNJ program, an organization that observes, instructs, and evaluates teachers in order to improve student learning. Elementary, middle, and high school students will be released at various times so be sure to view the school on the district website HERE. This half-day will be the first of many following the next week, which will be the last week of school.

School #4 will be holding a Color Run and a barbeque on Sunday, June 11th, at Garret Mountain from 10 a.m. until 1:30 p.m. as their end-of-the-year fundraiser. For more information regarding registration, tickets, clothing, and more, you can visit this flier.

Over the summer, Clifton High School will host several sports camps for children of varying ages and skill levels. For more information regarding camp hours, dates, and registration, you can view these fliers: soccer, lacrosse, basketball, esports, and football.

Don’t forget to sign up for the Clifton Public School preschool program if you have or know a child planning to attend preschool in the fall. The program operates on a first come first served basis so be sure to register soon and make sure to remember that to be eligible, you must be a Clifton resident and your child must be three or four years old by October 1, 2024. You can visit the Clifton Public Schools Pre-School Registration Services page for more information regarding prices, hours, and requirements.

Good luck on exams, Clifton Public Schools!

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