RMS students celebrated No Name Calling Week by focusing on kindness and a spirit of inclusion.
Ptl. Brandon Griffiths of the Readington Police Department met with HBS students to discuss internet safety and cyber bullying.
Congratulations to the RMS girls basketball team on their winning season!
February is "Caring Month" at WHS and the staff showed their caring for the Readington Police on Valentine's Day.
HBS, TBS and WHS have each received a $2,000 grant to continue their sustainability activities.
The HBS Student Leadership Club collected 250 cans of soup to donate to the Flemington Food Pantry.
TBS kindergartners celebrated the Year of the Rooster on January 27.
Seventh grade students had a firsthand lesson in police report writing.
Two middle school students received medals for their ranking in the National Classical Etymology Exam.
Congratulations to first place winner Christopher Serrao and runner-up Kayla Sutphen in the HBS Spelling Bee.
Seventh graders welcomed Cassie Childers, Executive Director of Tibet Women's Soccer.
RMS students joined students at Hunterdon County VoTech to learn computer strategies.
Victoria Komosinski is RMS' Spelling Bee champ, and Amber Martin is named runner-up.
The Readington Board of Education held its annual reorganization meeting on January 3.
December's theme at WHS was kindness, and the school held a pajama drive as a service project.
The TBS Third Grade Student Voice collected PJs and books to donate to the Pajama Program.
Luray Gross conducted 4-session poetry workshops with fourth graders in late fall.
WHS second graders showed how thoughtful they are by collecting items for Starfish.
The annual family feast was prepared and served by the Life Skills class.
Fall 2016 sports awards were presented for soccer, hockey, volleyball, and cross country.
RMS' Stephanie Singer has been named Outstanding Library Media Specialist of the Year.
Students raised money for Field Day by participating in the school's first ever Turkey Trot.
Staff members collected $825 to donate to the GI Go Fund in exchange for wearing jeans to school
A group of students helped Starfish get ready for their Thanksgiving food distribution.
Congressman Leonard Lance and Assemblyman Jack Ciattarelli met with students to discuss federal and state government.
Taylor Mali spoke with 7th and 8th graders and led a workshop for Language Arts teachers.
TBS Student Voice members collected 400 pounds of candy to send to U.S. troops overseas.
Holland Brook is donating $1,252.54 to UNICEF thanks for 4th and 5th grade trick-or-treaters.
Seven RMS eighth graders recently attended an Environmental Sustainability Symposium at Rider University.
A field trip to Kidsbridge Tolerance Center inspires students to make positive changes.
In observance of Red Ribbon Week, WHS held a coloring contest.
WHS K staff members show how they build a solid foundation for their students.
A pumpkin provides a fun STEM project for elementary school students.
Goodie bags were given to volunteers from the local fire department in celebration of Fire Prevention Week.
Two members of the NJ State Police Aviation Bureau visited students by helicopter on October 18.
Student Voice members collected "grab and go" items to show their appreciation for our local police department.
Whitehouse students are sending a message of peace to the community.
One way to remember to turn your back on bullies is to turn your shirt around!
Special activities were planned for the week of October 3 in observance of the Week of Respect.
The NY Jets named 6th grader Jimmy Mulvaney their "Upstander of the Week".
Students and staff are displaying their current selections for good reads.
A new soft fitness room is planned for RMS thanks to a grant from Sustainable Jersey for Schools.
District representatives travelled to Washington, D.C. in July to receive Whitehouse School's Green Ribbon Award.
Stacey Brown was welcomed on August 8 as the district's new Supervisor of Humanities.
District staff members participated in the Mickelson ExxonMobil Teacher Academy in Pittsburgh in July.
BOE member Eric Zwerling received a 2016 Public Education Award from the Sustainable Raritan River Collaborative.
Allison Vandal and Emily Bengels received awards from the NJ Commission on Holocaust Education and the NJ Department of Education.
Three eighth graders placed first in USC Shoah Foundation's 2016 challenge.
The Life Skills class served the 4th annual luncheon to staff members on May 19.
RMS has been recognized for their commitment to environmental stewardship and lower energy costs.
Students submitted original designs featuring friendship (and bobcats!) in this year's yearbook cover contest.
Middle schools athletes were recognized for leadership, sportsmanship, hustle, commitment, spirit, positive attitude, and service to their sport.
Eighth grade playwright Allison Vandal presented her original play at TBS and WHS with 9 of her peers.
At the NJASC spring awards program, the RMS Student Council received a club award in recognition of their charitable donation.
The author-in-residence inspired Whitehouse students to be writers during his visit on June 1.
Third graders learned the importance of water through hands-on fun.
Fourth grader Kiera Spring was recognized in the county's "Most Historic Place in My Town" essay contest.
RMS' Mock Trial Club visited the New Jersey Law Center to participate in Law Adventure.
The TBS Student Voice collected items to donate to Covenant House.
HBS's Student Leadership Club made a "Sweet Messages" donation to Camp Nejeda
6th graders visited the animal welfare center to donate the proceeds of their February 26 Read-a-Thon.
Whitehouse School has been named a 2016 U.S. Department of Education Green Ribbon School award honoree.
Students explored new areas of learning when RMS held their 3rd annual Student Academy Day on March 24.
Readington staff members beat Readington police in the 2nd annual Mark Cleere Memorial Scholarship Fund basketball game.
TBS students held their annual fundraiser to benefit the American Heart Association.
The annual 6th grade RMS Read-a-Thon raised $1,655 to benefit St. Hubert's Animal Welfare Center.
Eight RMS students will compete in the state-level chemistry competition.
Two Readington teams qualified for the Destination Imagination Global Finals in May.
RMS' Danielle Serrao will be heading to Washington in May to compete in the Scripps National Spelling Bee.
TBS celebrated Week of Respect and showed how they make good choices and are respectful of others.
All four schools celebrated Dr. Seuss' birthday on March 2.
Books plus WHS students add up to thousands of reading hours!
Staff and students were out in full force at the Shannon Daley charity basketball game.
Students celebrated Leap Day by measuring and plotting how far they could jump.
ExxonMobil presented "Introduce a Girl to Science and Engineering" to 8th graders on February 19.
Classes are joining the Leap Year Project with other classes around the world.
WHS teachers foster critical thinking and inquiry skills in their students.
Five district staff members are being recognized as part of the Governor's Educator of the Year program.
Students collect cans of soup to vote for Super Bowl winner and help the food pantry.
HBS and RMS spelling champs will be heading to the regional round later this month.
RMS I&D students apply physics and math concepts while making and racing CO2 dragsters.
Students learn about the watershed to raise awareness about water quality issues and inspire stewardship.
In anticipation of the U.S. release of The Little Prince, students watched the French version during a movie-viewing party.
Humanities Supervisor Kari McGann participated in a 10-day educational tour of Chinese schools.
The RMS Life Skills class learned to make pizza on a field trip to Sorella's pizzeria.
Eighteen middle school students traveled to Hershey PA to participate in the Model UN Conference.
Fourth graders enjoyed a poet-in-residence workshop with Luray Gross.
Three RMS students presented their solutions to a solid waste management problem this past weekend at Rutgers.
Readington students join others around to globe to learn the basics of computer coding.
Educational Support Staff at TBS donated paper goods to Starfish to help local residents.
Dr. DeRosa hosted her annual Elvis/Hawaiian Day on January 8.
Three BOE members took the Oath at the annual Board reorganization meeting.
The 17th annual Invention Convention took place in December.
Student at TBS collected pajamas and books to help children in need.
WHS and TBS students raised money for the Wounded Warriors Project during a recent math-a-thon.
Sixth graders celebrated holiday customs and traditions on December 21.
Dan Fenelon was back at Holland Brook to add another mural to the main hallway.
Weather reports at HBS are always current thanks to their weather station.
Seventeen guest teachers shared their knowledge and experience with Readington students.
The middle school now has a Good Deed Club thanks to 7th grader Brady Quintard.
Sixth grade I&D students learn about solar power and use it to power model cars.
The fall 2015 Levendis Awards were presented at RMS on November 24.
Middle School students can now create and explore on Maker Mondays.
RMS Student Council members displayed a special message for Veterans Day.
Students at HBS collected $1,264.75 while trick-or-treating, which will be donated to save children's lives around the world.
This year's WHS thematic unit is Bemelmans' "Madeline" series.
Students enhanced their science knowledge by learning to use a wattmeter.
TBS Student Voice members collected over 350 pounds of Halloween candy for a great cause.
After her class wins a Spare Change Challenge, Kindergarten teacher Lisa Painter swaps roles with Dr. DeRosa.
Elementary students wore their shirts backwards during School Violence Awareness Week.
WHS students drew pictures in recognition of Red Ribbon Week.
Seven staff members participated in a Superhero fundraiser to benefit the work of CASA SHaW.
All four district schools received recognition at the first Sustainable Jersey for Schools award ceremony.
Sustainable Jersey for Schools announces 2015 Champion and Leadership Awards.
Readington schools focused on character education during the state's annual Week of Respect.
TBS and WHS Student Voice members worked in Readington's Community Garden.
WHS celebrated their first School Spirit Day with their teddy bears and school mascot.
Readington School District was cited as a standout district by Sustainable Jersey for Schools.
Staff members raised money for ACCO by wearing jeans to school
Readington Students joined the September 11 national sing-a-long.
Students work together to seek solutions to real-world problems during one-week Camp Invention program.
RMS has been recognized for exceptional achievement in "greening".
Nineteen 8th graders received recognition for their projects at the June 10 Science Expo.
Sixteen workshops were offered to students during the district's 2015 summer enrichment program.
Faculty and community members attended a Teacher Academy workshop focusing on "Best Practices in Sustainability".
Readington Township School District has announced two new district administrators.
Students at TBS learned the joy of Double Dutch during a visit from Ocean Township High School students.
Staff members were treated to the school's 3rd Annual Hot Dog Luncheon on June 10.
In memory of Mark Cleere, Holland Brook School's yearbook focuses on basketball, nature and turtles.
Innovation and Design students learned about floating magnets, 3-D scanning, and solar radiation storms.
Four students have been named recipients of the 2015 Mark Cleere Memorial Grant.
HBS's team placed 10th in the Destination Imagination Global Finals in Knoxville.
The owner of Northlandz visited RMS to share construction techniques with I&D students.
The RMS Student Council sold lemonade, pretzels and wristlets during their "Hope for Harms" fundraiser.
Four students from TBS and WHS were recognized by the county Cultural & Heritage Commission.
Ten RMS Robotics Club members participated in the Middle School Technology Design Challenge at Bridgewater-Raritan Middle School
Honorees for this year's Governor's Educator program have been announced.
Twenty TBS and WHS students sang at the HCEA's annual gala at Razberry's.
HBS students learn to bake bread and share with the community.
Flight instructor Catherine Scaturo visited with eight grade Innovation and Design students to discuss aerodynamics.
Middle school students participated in the second annual Student Activity Day on March 27.
Team Cleere beat Readington police in a game to benefit the Mark Cleere Scholarship Fund.
Three Bridges students raised over $11,000 for the American Heart Association during their Jump Rope for Heart campaign.
Four RMS students qualify for state competition after they present original play at Princeton.
HBS' student leaders honored the late Mark Cleere by hosting a blood drive on March 25.
Fifth grader Brianna Taylor placed third in the Regional Bee, and 7th grader Danielle Serrao placed fifth.
ExxonMobil scientists and a NASA astrophysicist helped girls learn about careers in science and engineering.
This year's RMS musical was the beloved Disney tale of Beauty and the Beast.
Three Bridges is the 4th school in NJ and 38th in the U.S. to receive this award.
The TBS 3rd grade Student voice collected 700 cans of soup to donate to the Flemington Food Pantry.
Nine RMS students competed in the MATHCOUNTS Competition on February 7.
Jason Timberlake was honored by the VFW for his winning essay about America's veterans.
HBS received certification as the first River-Friendly School from the NJ Water Supply Authority.
Danielle Serrao continues her reign as RMS Spelling Bee champion.
A group of fourth graders volunteered at a community soup kitchen to put together lunches for the homeless.
Third grader Anthony Abbate sent a special request about 9/11 to President Obama and received a personal response.
RMS 6th graders used teamwork to build spaghetti and marshmallow structures.
Eighth graders got a first-hand lesson in government when the Congressman visited RMS.
The school's Student Voice collected PJs and books to donate to the Pajama Program.
Fourth and fifth graders new to the district enjoyed breakfast and a scavenger hunt.
TBS and WHS raised funds for veterans by wearing jeans to school.
Jack Kimple has been named Hunterdon County Educational Support Professional of the Year.
A tribute to Mark Cleere opened this year's boys' basketball season at the middle school.
The Levendis Award was presented to exceptional athletes at the November 26 athletic awards assembly.
Students enjoyed using their new classroom kitchen to prepare a Thanksgiving feast for their families.
Emily Bengels will travel to Poland in January to participate in "Auschwitz: The Past is Present" program.
Community members were invited to share their expertise during National Education Week.
RMS students were honored for their contributions to "New Jersey Workers Then & Now".
Students at Holland Brook School collected money to help children around the world.
Ann Shinn was sworn in as a member of the BOE at the November 11, 2014 Board meeting.
Energy Coordinator Jodi Bettermann teaches HBS fourth graders about electricity.
Staff members from Lafayette School spent a day at HBS co-teaching and sharing ideas.
Third Grade Student Voice and Loew Orthodontics teamed up to help the food bank.
Students focused on non-violent problem-solving, respect and tolerance during the week of October 20.
Students at TBS enjoyed harvesting the pumpkins planted by last year's 3rd graders.
Fourth graders use inquiry based learning to study magnets.
Sixth grade social studies classes created a symbolic flag in memory of the events of 9/11.
Principal Sharon Moffat led a group of Chinese principals on a tour of RMS this summer.
District representatives participated in the 2014 U.S. Department of Education Green Ribbon Schools Ceremony on July 22.
Seven teachers traveled to Pittsburgh to attend the math and science academy.
Students at Whitehouse School participated in a new math exploration.
Students at Holland Brook School designed the 2013-14 yearbook around the theme "Ocean/Beach".
Students from Ocean Township High School introduced students to the art of Double Dutch.
Bailey Fluke received an all-star sendoff on her way to the Special Olympics.
Video chat and instant messaging help 8th graders transition to Hunterdon Central.
Denise Birmingham has been recognized for her leadership as an environmental steward.
Team Three Bridges Tigers and friends raised over $1,400 for the American Cancer Society.
HBS and RMS teams travel to Tennessee for Destination Imagination Global Finals.
RMS staff members were treated to a second Teacher Appreciation hot dog lunch.
Eighth grade students participated in the school's first Science Expo with 118 projects completed.
The RMS boys lacrosse team has captured the 2014 CJJSAA Championship after defeating Bridgewater.
Shaina Mirsky will spend a week this summer at the Emily Dickinson Museum.
A master beekeeper presented "Dancin' with the Honeybees" for students at WHS.
Three students from RMS were selected as members of the 2014 NJ Junior High Honor Choir.
Students recently participated in a school-wide Student Activity Day offering over 50 workshops on a wide variety of subjects.
Sixth graders visited the animal welfare center to present proceeds of their recent Read-a-Thon.
TBS students raised funds for the American Heart Association during their annual "Jump Rope for Heart" fundraiser.
Students celebrated Shakespeare's 450th birthday with poetry, games, and cupcakes!
Three Bridges School has been named a Green Ribbon School by the Obama Administration.
TBS and WHS staff held a "wear jeans to school" fundraiser to benefit a school destroyed by fire.
Chemical engineer Jodi Bettermann challenged 5th graders to build water filters out of soda bottles.
Holland Brook 5th graders finished second overall in this year's competition.
Sixth graders earned $3,000 at their recent Read-a-Thon to benefit St. Hubert's.
"Introduce a Girl to Science and Engineering Day" was presented by ExxonMobil volunteers on March 10.
Students in the RMS Financial Literacy class learn to plan for a strong financial future.
WHS students learned about proper oral health when Dr. Devi and Dr. Lapena visited the school.
We are proud to recognize four staff members as 2013-2014 honorees for the Governor's Teacher/Educational Services Professional Recognition Program.
Holland Brook School's Student Leadership Club raised funds for Starfish by delivering Sweet Messages.
Fifty-one young inventors presented their designs to their parents, teachers and peers.
The spelling bee winners at RMS have been announced.
The spelling bee winner and runner-up have been named for Holland Brook School
Students met the Energy Hog when he visited during energy efficiency assemblies at the elementary schools.
Three Bridges School has been selected as a 2014 NJ Green Ribbon School Program honoree.
Middle school staff helped celebrate National Wear Red Day to raise awareness of women's heart health.
Gill Energy vice president presents a check to HBS Principal in support of the school's science and math programs.
Twenty middle school students participated in the North American Computational Linguistics Olympiad.
Students make new friends while learning about eight retired educators' lives.
Meteorologist John Marshall visited the school to teach the students about weather.
January 8 was not only Elvis' birthday, it was Spirit Day at WHS!
Holland Brook will use the $500 grant in support of the school's science program.
Students at TBS collected pajamas and books in support of the Pajama Program.
RMS 8th grader Daniel Robinson's view of patriotism wins him a VFW writing award.
Students at Holland Brook helped spread Christmas cheer with gifts of Snowman Soup.
Dan Fenelon worked with students to add murals to the HBS main entrance hallway.
Cynthia Yard visited Readington schools with a tricentennial challenge for students.
After preparing a feast, students shared a Thanksgiving dinner with their families.
Staff members at the district's schools donated over $1,000 in honor of Veterans Day.
A "Wall of Honor" pays tribute to our military at WHS.
HBS students raised over $1,000 during their "Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF" campaign.
Elementary students learned to turn their backs on bullies during School Violence Awareness Week.
Readington students recognize the importance of character education.
Three Bridges School has added two 10 and under tennis courts to their playground ensemble.
What better way to start the new school year than with an ice cream party!
RMS students are now enjoying a comfortable reading lounge in a forest environment!
Seventh grade teacher Jennelle Barbiche shared her recent trip to Israel with her students.
Beautiful gardens at RMS are the result of work done by the school's Garden Club.
Thanks to all who supported the B&N Book Fair in support of the HBS and RMS libraries.
Emily Bengels has published a book of poetry entitled "(un)Standardized".
RMS has published its fourth year of the school's literary magazine and next year's editors have been named.
Readington Rhapsody sang the National Anthem at the June 13 Somerset Patriots game.
The 2012-2013 Holland Brook yearbook features student-drawn superheroes.
TBS students finished their JDRF fundraiser with a Fun Fitness Day.
Third graders at TBS donated pet supplies to help animals at St. Hubert's Animal Welfare Center.
Student work featuring energy themes was on display at the town's Memorial Day celebration.
RMS celebrated the First Annual Teacher Appreciation Free Hot Dog Lunch.
Eighth graders explored various careers during the school's May 14 Career Day.
Seventh graders Clifford Bell spent a day as acting middle school principal.
Two seventh graders were accepted into the NJ Junior High School Honor Choir 2013.
The district hosted some special guests during Take Your Child to Work Day.
Seven staff members are headed to the Mickelson ExxonMobil Teachers Academy in July.
Students in Readington's life skills classes enjoyed a trip to TD Bank Ballpark.
Students at Whitehouse School pledged to be Autism Ambassadors during Autism Awareness Week.
Sixth grader Brent Ferenczy's entry won first place in Princeton's visual arts contest.