PGHS Spring Dance Showcase will be May 10th at 6 PM in the High School Auditorium. The admission fee is $3 (pay at the door).
16 days ago, PGHS
Spring Dance
Happy Teacher Appreciation Week! Thank you to all of the teachers here at Penns Grove-Carneys Point RSD! We appreciate all you do!
12 days ago, Amy Berth
Penns Grove High School Senior Day at Salem Community College.
16 days ago, PGHS
Penns Grove High School Senior Day at Salem Community College
NJSLA testing starts April 30, 2024, for 3rd- 11th graders. 1. Absolutely no personal devices for test-taking; it is considered a security breach. 2. Please have your student(s) bring their Chromebooks (inside cases) to school fully charged, along with their charger and earbuds or headphones.
25 days ago, Amy Berth
Get $120 for Groceries with Help from NJ Summer EBT.
about 1 month ago, Amy Berth
EBT Spanish
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Student, Parents, and Guardians. As of today, February 21, 2024, the district will no longer be able to supply loaner Chromebooks or chargers to those students who have forgotten or lost their devices and chargers at home or elsewhere. We will only provide a loaner if the Chromebook is broken and needs a repair that will last longer than a day. Thank you.
3 months ago, Amy Berth
Dear parents and staff, I always receive a lot of questions on what exactly it means when the Governor declares a “State of Emergency”. Many think that it means no one is allowed on the highways and all non-essential businesses must close, including schools, but that is not the case. The Governor's declaration authorizes him to “speed State agency assistance to communities in need. It enables him to make resources immediately available to rescue, evacuate, shelter, provide essential commodities (i.e., heating fuel, food, etc.), and quell disturbances in affected localities. It may also position the State to seek federal assistance when the scope of the event exceeds the State's resources.” It is the Office of Emergency Management that has the authority to declare a State of Emergency that could result in the closing of businesses, schools, etc., and restrictions on travel such as occurred with Hurricane Sandy. Therefore, when an announcement is broadcast that the Governor has declared a State of Emergency, that does not necessarily mean that schools will automatically be closed. That is a local decision unless otherwise mandated by the Office of Emergency Management. The attached document articulates the difference between the two. Click this link for details Thank you. Dr. Cobian
4 months ago, Amy Berth
Dear staff and families, This is your Superintendent of Schools, Dr. Zenaida Cobian. I hope you all had a relaxing and joyful holiday! We are returning to our regular schedule tomorrow, Tuesday, January 2. The NJ Department of Health is advising that our area is at the medium level (yellow) for risk of infections. If your children are experiencing any symptoms, please refer to our Emergency Plan found on our district website or contact the nurse at the school your child attends. Thank you. Have a prosperous and healthy new year.
5 months ago, Amy Berth
Happy NY
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7 months ago, Amy Berth