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  • Eatontown Board of Education

    Current Board President and Vice President

    President
    Bob English
    benglish@eatontown.org


     

    Vice-President
    Carl Lawson
    clawson@eatontown.org

    Current Board Members

    John Bennett
    jbennett@eatontown.org
      Edmund Fitterer, Jr. 
    efitterer@eatontown.org
     
    Lori Flynn
    lflynn@eatontown.org 
      Deborah Martinock
    dmartinock@eatontown.org
    Shellie Miller
    smiller@eatontown.org
      Nelson Ortiz
    nortiz@eatontown.org
    Pete Siino
    psiino@eatontown.org
         

     

    Scott T. McCue Superintendent of Schools
    Lori Youngclaus Business Administrator/Board Secretary

     

     

    2016-2017 Board of Education Goals

    Goal 1:           By June 2017, Eatontown Public Schools will enhance student achievement for all students across the curriculum by effectively investigating and implementing best educational practices/programs, concrete assessment tools, and instructional technologies which specifically gauge and promote student learning in an effort to prepare all students for college and career. 

    Objective 1:  By May 2017, 80% of all students in Grades 3-6 will demonstrate at least a 10% increase in Mathematics as measured by the Edmentum Benchmark Assessments unless the students scored an 80% or higher. 

    By May 2017, 75% of all students in Grades 7-8 will demonstrate at least a 10% increase in Mathematics as measured by the Edmentum Benchmark Assessments unless the students scored an 80% or higher.  

    By May 2017, 85% of all students in grades K-2 will demonstrate an increase of 25% in Mathematics as measured by Fall and Spring Benchmark Assessments unless they scored an 70% or higher. 

    By May 2017, 80% of all students in Grades 3-6 will demonstrate at least a 10% increase in English Language Arts as measured by the Edmentum Benchmark Assessments unless the students scored an 80% or higher.

    By May 2017, 75% of all students in Grades 7-8 will demonstrate at least a 10% increase in English Language Arts as measured by the Edmentum Benchmark Assessments unless the students scored an 80% or higher.

    By May 2017, 90% of all students in Grade K will increase at least two Fountas and Pinnell reading levels as measured by the Fall and Spring running records assessments unless the students fall above the grade level reading range as specified by Fountas and Pinnell.

    By May 2017, 80% of all students in Grades 1-2 will increase at least three Fountas and Pinnell reading levels as measured by the Fall and Spring running records assessments unless the students fall above the grade level reading range as specified by Fountas and Pinnell.

    By May 2017, 80% of all students K-8 will demonstrate improvement in their writing skills as measured by the District Prompts Pre and Post Tests.

    By May 2017, content and skill level assessments will be implemented to gauge student mastery of the academic standards in all special area subjects of the curriculum.               

    Objective 2:  By May 2017, the district will increase student and teacher use of educational technologies and devices in every classroom in order to enhance students’ content knowledge and academic skills across the curriculum consistent with the NJ Core Curriculum Content Standards and the Common Core State Standards. 

    Objective 3:  By May 2017, the district will continue to investigate and research educational structures, programs, and approaches that foster equity of learning opportunities for all students attending Eatontown Public Schools with a focus on grade level collaboration and differentiation. 

    Goal 2:           By March 2017, Eatontown Public Schools will craft a school budget which supports important educational programs and services for students in an efficient and fiscally responsible manner in order to ensure all students have access to the resources and opportunities necessary to prepare for college and career. 

    Objective 1:   By December 2016, the district will analyze the current school budget in light of anticipated enrollment, potential state and federal funding sources as well as future district educational needs and develop budget perimeters based upon this analysis. 

    Objective 2:   By January 2017, the district will develop and execute an effective communication plan that highlights key budgetary elements, supports educational initiatives, and enhances community support for the budget. 

    Objective 3:   By February 2017, the district will explore and research ways to increase revenues and/or decrease costs for future budgetary and educational planning including but not limited to shared service agreements, grant opportunities, and insurance options.

    Goal 3:     By June 2017, Eatontown Public Schools will research, explore, and implement measures that will help to increase the safety, security, and educational mission of our school facilities. 

    Objective 1:   By December 2016, the Operations Committee and the Safety and Security Committee will continue to explore and research various vehicles and mechanisms that have the ability to enhance the safety and security of our school facilities. 

    Objective 2:   By January 2017, the district will discuss the present state of the district’s facilities and recommend possible capital improvement projects for the future based upon educational, safety, or physical plant needs consistent with the Long Range Facilities Plan. 

    Objective 3:   By March 2017, the district will explore buildings and grounds options that may enhance the effectiveness and efficiency of plant operations in the future. 

    Regular Meeting Schedule

    The following attachment under the side menu details the Regular Meeting Schedule of the Eatontown Board of Education for the 2015-2016 school year.

    Meeting Agendas & Minutes
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    2017-2018 School Year (July 1, 2017 - June 30, 2018)
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    Archive

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    5 Grant Avenue, Eatontown, NJ 07724 | Phone: 732-935-3323




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