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What's New
RFQ/Bids

For important forms and information about submitting a bid for our district, please visit our Purchasing Department page.


 
Summer Reading Book List

The summer reading book list for grades K-5 is now available online. Read more >>>


 
Our Athletes Score Big at the National Track and Field Championship

Congratulations to our athletes in the New Balance High School Track and Field National Championship. They dominated! We encourage you to check out the full story online. Way to go, Jaguars!


 
STEM Fair Thank You

Thank you to everyone who participated in our STEM fair and helped make it a success. Read more>>>


 
Vision and Action quote

East Orange School District

Welcome to the online home of East Orange School District. We share our borders with Newark to the east and south, South Orange to the southwest, Orange to the west, and Glen Ridge and Bloomfield to the north. East Orange School District educates more than 10,000 students on our 22 campuses, serving students from preschool to 12th grade. Our diverse schools and educational programs work in concert with our teachers and staff to provide the best education possible for each of the children in our charge.

Please take the time to browse our website to learn about all that East Orange School District has to offer. You may access our latest district news by checking out the calendar for upcoming events or by clicking the appropriate link. If you experience any difficulties in finding the information you need, please contact us. Our doors are open to you.


A Message from Our Superintendent

Dear Parents, Students, Staff, and Community,

We live in a global society where our children must compete not only with one another but with other youngsters all over the world. It is up to us to prepare our children to be competitive on a global level. How we do that is a joint endeavor, one we at East Orange gladly take on with you.

Our teachers and staff work hard to address more than the academic needs of our students; we also focus on educating the whole child. By educating the whole child, we grow individuals who know who they are, what their capabilities are, how they will address uncertainty, and what they must learn to be economically viable in a global society.

Therefore, we must embrace not only improving student achievement on state mandated tests but also integrating into our vision an educational system that includes the health and mental health needs of our children. In other words, we must incorporate social and emotional development into our educational programming.

Let’s join hands, minds, and visions to educate the total child.


Sincerely,

Dr. Gloria Scott, Superintendent