• What School Will My Child Attend?

    The school a student attends is determined by his/her address. In general, transportation to and from school is provided by the district for elementary and middle school students living more than 2 miles from school and for high school students living more than 2 1/2 miles from school. Transportation is provided for all handicapped students and students living north of US Route 22.

    The following links provide basic information about building locations in the district, school assignment by street, and transportation provided by the district.
    If in doubt about the school(s) your students will attend, please contact the district's Transportation Office (908) 232-6161, x24 for verification.
     


    ATTENTION, new residents of "The Reserve". . .

    At its regular public meeting on May 27, 2004, the SP-F Board of Education approved the Superintendent's recommendation regarding the school attendance of children living in "The Reserve" development (Donato Circle) as follows: Elementary students in Grades K-4 will attend Evergreen School; students in Grades 5-8 will attend Park Middle School; all high school students in Grades 9-12 attend Scotch Plains-Fanwood High School. Elementary students in the ESL ("English as a Second Language") program will attend School One. Bus transportation is provided.

    For Your Information . . .

    In February, 2000, the Board of Education approved the reorganization of the district's grade structure to K-4 elementary school and 5-8 middle schools beginning in September, 2002. Changes in the district's attendance areas made at that time include: 
    1. As of September, 2000, new families who begin residing in the Bayberry Apartments (Rivervale Court) and in Southwyck Condominiums (Cellar Ave., Carriage Lane, Burnham, Eastham, Harwich, Maddaket, Tisbury, Wareham, and Yarmouth) must register elementary grade students at Brunner School and middle school grade students at Park Middle School.
    2. As of September, 2000, new families who begin residing on Hunter Ave. north of Front St. and south of Mountain Ave., Willow Ave. north of Front St. and south of Mountain Ave., and Myrtle Ave. north of Front St. and south of Mountain Ave. must register elementary grade students at Coles School and middle school grade students at Terrill Middle School.
    3. The elementary and middle school attendance areas for students moving into new developments built after February, 2000, will be determined based on space availability in the schools. Developers/builders and real estate offices will be notified when a decision has been made regarding each development's school attendance area.