The slogan of the Berlin Township School District of “Educating Today for Tomorrow’s Success” is meant to focus the educational community on the broad goal of giving ALL of our children the necessary skills to be successful in all future endeavors.

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March 21, 2020

Dear Parents and Guardians,

Based on Governor Murphy's press conference earlier this afternoon and the issuance of Executive Order #107, urging all residents to stay at home, the Berlin Township School District will be extending REMOTE LEARNING through April 9.  Spring break begins on April 10 through April 19.  A GRAB and GO breakfast lunch will continue to be available for all eligible students on Mondays from 8:30 -10:30 am at DDE Middle School. Learning packets and activities for March 31 through April 9 will be available on the district website and at each school.  Additional information will be sent out from each school notifying you when the work will be available online or to be picked up.  Thank you for your continued patience and assistance during this time. 

Best wishes for all of you to stay safe and healthy. 


Edythe B. Austermuhl, Ed. D. 


DDE School

Important Information About the Coronavirus

Click here for information: NJ's DOH website

What you need to know about coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19): https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/downloads/2019-ncov-factsheet.pdf

What to do if you are sick: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/downloads/what-you-should-do.pdf

Stop the spread of germs – help prevent the spread of respiratory viruses like COVID-19: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/downloads/stop-the-spread-of-germs.pdf

For individual questions and concerns, you can call the NJDOH outline 24/7 at 1-800-222-1222

Welcome to Berlin Township School District!



The slogan of the Berlin Township School District of “Educating Today for Tomorrow’s Success” is meant to focus the educational community on the broad goal of giving ALL of our children the necessary skills to be successful in all future endeavors. Student achievement is the major priority; the district prides itself on its creative approach to learning and its emphasis upon helping each student to discover his or her potential. Teachers use a variety of teaching methods to reach students with a wide range of abilities. Student engagement as volunteers in the learning process is our primary focus. It is our responsibility to create structures and systems where students are totally engaged in the instruction, which will then lead to deeper learning and understanding.

The Berlin Township School District commits itself to all children by creating a standards-based school district in which all students receive the very best educational opportunities possible. Each and every student will surpass the New Jersey Core Curriculum Content Standards. To achieve this, the members of the district will focus on:

Establishing high standards of excellence for both staff and students.

Communicating openly and frequently within the district and with the community to foster a trusting relationship.

Ensuring a safe and orderly environment for staff and students.

Recognizing that a school district serves as a role model and has the responsibility to encourage high quality character behavior.



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Introducing the Parent Portal and Video Reporting for NJ Student Learning Assessments


In response to suggestions from stakeholders, the New Jersey Department of Education (NJDOE) is pleased to announce a new and innovative method for presenting parents/guardians with individual student test results.


New Jersey Parent Portal

Earlier this year, the NJDOE introduced the New Jersey Parent Portal where parents/guardians can learn about their children’s performance on the New Jersey Student Learning Assessments for English Language Arts and Mathematics (NJSLA-ELA/M). The New Jersey Parent Portal User Guide has information on how to create an account, log into the account and add claim codes to access student score reports and video of Individual Student Reports (ISRs). The portal will also allow parents/guardians to track their student’s scores from year to year, beginning with the spring 2019 results.

Video Reporting of Individual Score Reports (Video ISRs)

In addition to traditional paper ISRs delivered by the schools, video versions of the ISRs are currently available via the New Jersey Parent Portal. The video score report communicates information from the ISR through animations and a voiceover in New Jersey’s top five languages: English, Spanish, Chinese, Portuguese and Arabic.

The printed ISRs that were delivered to districts/schools by September 11, 2019, include the claim codes that parents/guardians can use to access their child's performance results in the NJ Parent Portal. Parents/guardians must create an account on the New Jersey Parent Portal and use the claim code provided on the student’s ISR to add the results to their profile. Once parents/guardians create their accounts, they can add codes for additional students and/or administrations by adding new codes to their accounts.

District News

Revised 2019-2020 District Calendar (approved 3/19/20)

Revised 2019-2020 District Calendar (approved 3/19/20)

Fri Mar 20 10:48 AM


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