District News & Announcements
State of the District 2015-16
State of the District Presentation
by Interim Director of Curriculum and Instruction, Dr. Sue Tosti
Welcome Dr. Scott McCartney
After an extensive and thorough search, Board President Kathy Goldenberg is pleased to announce your Board of Education has appointed Dr. Scott McCartney as our new Superintendent of Moorestown Township Public Schools. Mrs. Goldenberg is confident Dr. McCartney will embrace our culture, and advance our standing as one of the premier Districts in the State of New Jersey. Please welcome Dr. McCartney to our wonderful community.
Dr. McCartney will begin on July 1, 2016. Below is a link to Dr. McCartney’s bio which highlights his experience as an educational leader.
The Board thanks you for your continued support.
Dr. Scott McCartney's Bio
Mrs. Kathy Goldenberg's statement from the May 2 Board Meeting
Special Board Meeting - May 27, 2016
There will be a special Board meeting on Friday, May 27, 2016 at 7:45 a.m. at the Administration Building. Action will be taken.
Proposed Facilities Regulations and Rates Changes
2016 Spring Testing Schedule: PARCC, NJASK Science 4 & 8 and the New Jersey Biology Competency Test
Please note the testing days and altered schedules for UES and MHS for the spring testing window. Baker, South Valley, Roberts and WAMS have specific testing days and will schedule testing within the school day. Specific details about the testing schedules will come directly from the building principals.
MOORESTOWN EXTENDED DAY CARE
Board Member Vacancy
2016 Math & World Language Placement Testing Registration for NEW students
2016-2017 SCHOOL CALENDAR
2015-2016 SCHOOL CALENDAR
Three Year Start & End Calendar Dates
2015-16 Free/Reduced Price Lunch Application
District PARCC Results Presentation
Please view the below video link to learn more about PARCC results at MTPS.
ESEA Accountability Action Plan 2015 Participation Rate
The federal Elementary and Secondary Act (ESEA) requires that states use the results from their statewide assessment system to measure the academic progress of students. Additionally, the legislation requires "the participation in such assessments of all students." Ninety-five (95%) of students enrolled in a tested grade must participate in the statewide assessment for a district or a school to meet the participation requirement. Districts/schools not attaining the 95% participation rate for any subgroup are required to complete the action plan. We were required to submit an action plan for the District, WAMS, and MHS. See Attached