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2014 Graduation Ceremony
Friday June 20, 2014
Addressing the Achievement Gap at High Point
Wantage Resident Named Top NJ HS Youth Volunteer for Anti-Bullying Program
Budding scientists participate in global DNA project at High Point
Classroom Close-Up, NJ
Barcode of Life - Featuring High Point Science Teacher Madelaine Travaille
High Point Ranked Among Top Performing New Jersey High Schools with "A" Grade
Flu Season Information
High Point Summer Programs
The Soccer EDGE Camp
7th & 8th Grade Flier
High School Flier
High Point News Blast
ATTENTION STUDENTS/PARENTS - SNOW DAY INFORMATION:
This is an announcement about snow days and changes in the school calendar. Due to the extensive number of snow days already taken, it has been determined that we will be removing three days from our currently scheduled spring break: Wednesday April 23, Thursday April 24 and Friday April 25 - school will now be in session during those days. Should any further snow days arise, Tuesday April 22 and Monday April 21 will be utilized as makeup days. This change in the school calendar is meant to gain back valuable instructional time that has been lost for our students and staff.
The 2014 Graduation Ceremony will be held on Friday, June 20th at 6 PM. Project Graduation will begin at 10 PM.
SAT Boot Camp
April 26th and 27th
Adult Education - Spring 2014
Student Google Account Information
High Point Daily Announcements
Bus Pass Procedures
Events Calendar - April 2014
Public Notice: Budget Hearing Rescheduled
The Realities of College Athletic Recruiting
Physical Information for 2014-2015 Athletic Season
HARASSMENT, INTIMIDATION, AND BULLYING INFORMATION
Anti-Bullying Coordinator - Lisa Frisbie
Extension - 1224
Anti-Bullying Specialist - Margaret Herzog
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Extension - 1261
High Point Regional High School is very proud of its New Jersey Department of Education issued score of 64 out of 75 (85%) on our Anti-Bullying Programs.
Since the inception of this new law, High Point has gone above and beyond the requirements set forth in the Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights Act by systematically providing ongoing training to our students and staff on the issue of Harassment, Intimidation, and Bullying and providing a multifaceted system that encourages the safe and supported reporting of any incidents that pose potential harm to students. With that, our administration and staff consistently implement a comprehensive procedure for appropriately addressing the needs of all students involved in every report of HIB. Through this process, students are offered a variety of avenues through which to receive ongoing support. Through the state Self-Assessment process, we learned that High Point demonstrates particular strength in the areas of Investigating and Reporting Harassment, Intimidation and Bullying incidents.
During this time, High Point has also engaged in programs to actively improve the school climate and culture. Through the initiation and ongoing support of groups such as SABB (Students Against Being Bullied) and SAVE (Students Against Violence Everywhere), as well as full grade level workshops and assemblies, High Point has actively involved students in developing programs and supporting events designed to create this change. This school year, students and staff participated in the design and implementation of a comprehensive initiative supporting the ideal of "Respect, Responsibility, and Kindness: Everyone, Everywhere, All The Time".
During the upcoming year, we will further develop these initiatives and include staff, students, and community in programs that will continue to provide a safe and positive environment in which all students can succeed and thrive.
NJ HIB Assessment