Weymouth Township

SCHOOL DISTRICT

Together With Our Community

  • Welcome

    Weymouth Township School would like to invite our Weymouth family to a meet and greet with our new superintendent/principal on August 29th. Please click here for the informational flyer. 

    Announcements

    There is an opening to become a board member of the Weymouth Township School District's Board of Education. Please click on the link to see how and when to apply.

    Online registration is now available via our website. Please scroll down to News and Announcements to find the available link.

     

     

     

WTS Events


Links and Resources

  • Weymouth Porta Portal

    This is a useful link list that is used in our school.  Students have familiarity with using the site to get to resources that they use.  There are also helpful links for teachers, parents, and the community.

    Porta Portal

    Connecting NJ

    This site is dedicated to helping New Jersey families. 

    Various community resources are offered, such as NJ FamilyCare (health insurance), housing assistance, WIC, community doulas, home visiting programs and more.

    For more information about the services available, visit the website at nj.gov/connectingnj

    Technology Information

    Click below for links to help getting started with Google, Chromebooks, Oncourse Connect, and more.

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    Before and After School Care Program

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    Project Child Find

    If you feel your preschool child is experiencing a developmental delay or is having difficulty learning in some areas and you are a resident of Weymouth Township, please contact us. The district’s Child Study Team may be able to help. Please call 609-476-2412 for more information.

    Project Child Find Fact Sheet

    Child Find

    "How and When to Report Child Abuse/Neglect"

    In New Jersey, any person having reasonable cause to believe that a child has been subjected to abuse or acts of abuse should immediately report this information to the State Central Registry (SCR). If the child is in immediate danger, call 911 as well as 1-877 NJ ABUSE (1-877-652-2873). A concerned caller does not need proof to report an allegation of child abuse and can make the report anonymously.


    For more information: https://www.nj.gov/dcf/reporting/how/   

News and Announcements

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