What’s Happening This Week in Clifton Public Schools


It’s official: the last week of school is finally here! While all the parents and guardians may be groaning with dread, the students of Clifton Public Schools can finally rest, with quarterly exams over and a week of half-days ahead of them.

The entire last week of school, June 16th to the 23rd, will consist of early dismissals, meaning that all schools within the district will be releasing students hours earlier than usual. Elementary, middle, and high school students will be released at various times so be sure to view your school’s closing time on the district website here.

On Thursday, June 22nd, there will be a Board of Education meeting at 7:00 p.m. in the basement of the Board of Education building at 745 Clifton Avenue. At these meetings, the Superintendent and the Clifton Board of Education gather to discuss various issues presented to them as well as hold a commentary portion for anyone interested in posing a question or worry concerning Clifton Public Schools.

In addition, report cards will be released on Friday the 23rd, which is the last day of school. To view report cards virtually, you can log into Parent Portal, where all grades are held. Graduation is also on Friday at 3 pm at the stadium. Traffic around the area will be very heavy so please plan accordingly.

While school may be ending, there will still be a variety of summer work to complete for certain classes depending on the student’s grade and course. Students and guardians can visit the District Summer Assignments on the Clifton Public Schools website to view the possible work.

Also 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.

Have a good summer, Clifton Public Schools!

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