Remote Learning Code of Conduct
First Day Packet 2021-2022
- Yearly medical update revision EA 6 4 19.pdf
- E-Signature-Consent-Form-Notice EA revised 3 22 19.pdf
- JFK Student Handbook
Cafeteria & Food Services
DDE School Performance Report 2017-2018
DDE Teacher Contact Info and Websites
Destiny Library Card Catalog
District Policy Manual
District School Performance Report 2016-2017
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Harassment, Intimidation, and Bullying
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JFK School Performance Reports 2017-2018
JFK Teacher Contact Info and Websites
OnCourse Connect (Parent/Guardian Portal)
PEACE (Contact: email@example.com)
School Choice Program
Utility Assistance Information
On behalf of the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities, please see the message below.
Gas and water utility companies in New Jersey will resume shut off of service in January for customers with unpaid overdue balances.
The NJ Board of Public Utilities (NJ BPU) is trying to get the word out about their utility assistance programs to families behind on their utility bills now, so residents have time to apply for help and bring down their balances before January.
The income limits for these utility assistance programs have been temporarily raised as of October 1st so more families can access assistance they need. For example, a household of four with income at or below $106,000 per year can qualify for monthly credits and energy debt forgiveness through the Universal Service Fund (USF) program.
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