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ONE-SESSION DAY FOR WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 2019

Due to the inclement weather expected tomorrow, the Marlboro Township School District will operate on a one-session day for Wednesday, February 20th. Please check our district website for your school’s specific dismissal time. Just a reminder, lunch will not be served and Champions will be open for a 2-hour period after the close of each specific school. All after-school activities are cancelled.

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Dr. Eric Hibbs

Superintendent's Message

I began my tenure as Superintendent of the Marlboro Township School District on August 1, 2013.  As Superintendent of Schools, I am the Chief Educational Officer of the district.  As your leader, I value respect, hard work, and dedication to our students and community.  I frequently use the word "educational hustle."  You have my word that I will always strive to work with all levels of our constituents in order to improve all aspects of our school district. No matter the situation, you will always be heard and leave exchanges with me feeling respected. You can expect the same from my administrative cabinet.  We are here to make a difference in the lives of the children in Marlboro.  We are entrusted with an enormous responsibility.  It is our responsibility and duty to develop the leaders of the future.  I welcome your feedback and thoughts.  I believe in communication; you will receive ample information from our school district throughout the year.  I look forward to working together to enable incredible opportunities for our children.   
 
I have spent the majority of my career in Burlington County, New Jersey, beginning as a fourth grade teacher in Southampton Township Schools.  I taught fourth, fifth, sixth, and seventh grades.  I have worked in a variety of administrative capacities including the positions of Vice Principal, Principal, Director of Curriculum, and Superintendent.  
 
I earned my B.A. in Philosophy from the University of Pittsburgh and my Teaching Certification, Master's Degree in Educational Administration, and Doctorate in Educational Leadership from Rowan University.
 
I have three beautiful children of my own, and I am very fortunate to have over 5000 children to protect, educate, and nurture here in Marlboro as well.  
 
I thank you for your continued support of our children and the school system in Marlboro. Together we can achieve great things.
 
Sincerely,
 
Dr. Eric M. Hibbs
Superintendent
ehibbs@mtps.org
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ONE-SESSION DAY FOR WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 2019

Due to the inclement weather expected tomorrow, the Marlboro Township School District will operate on a one-session day for Wednesday, February 20th. Please check our district website for your school’s specific dismissal time. Just a reminder, lunch will not be served and Champions will be open for a 2-hour period after the close of each specific school. All after-school activities are cancelled.

BOARD VACANCY UPDATE

Due to the fact that the Board did not arrive at a consensus on a candidate at its Regular Meeting of December 18, 2018, it has been decided to re-advertise for the Board vacancy. Interested residents may apply for this vacant post by submitting both a letter of interest and an accompanying personal resume on or before 12:00 p.m. on Tuesday, January 8, 2019 to Cindy S. Barr-Rague, School Business Administrator/Board Secretary, Marlboro Township Board of Education, 1980 Township Drive, Marlboro, NJ 07746. The Board will interview, in public, any or all applicants. Previous applicants need not re-apply. Additional Information can be found under the Board of Education tab, under the link entitled Board Agenda, then Board Member Vacancy December 19, 2018.

Payment Assistance for Gas and Electric (PAGE)

The Affordable Housing Alliance (AHA) has been providing housing and other support services for over 25 years in New Jersey. Utility assistance is one of the support services which AHA has been administering for over eight years. To find out more information about the Payment Assistance for Gas and Electric (PAGE) click on the attached letter from the AHA. The funds from PAGE are available to help our fellow NJ residents who are struggling to keep up with their utility bills.

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