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  •  Sustainable Jersey for Schools Bronze Certification Logo

    LTPS Earns Sustainable Jersey for Schools Bronze Certification

    Lawrence Township Public Schools (LTPS) is pleased to announce that all seven schools in our district have been awarded bronze certification with Sustainable Jersey for Schools! Our administration, faculty, community liaisons, staff, and students all have an integral role in this process. Each school has been led by a green team rep, as well as our LTPS district sustainable leader, Cari Gallagher. Our district has shown remarkable integration of sustainable initiatives, environmental awareness, and climate change curriculum connections throughout instruction that support our students academically and social-emotionally. We are proud to once again achieve bronze certification from Sustainable Jersey for Schools and to share our accomplishments with the Lawrence community!

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  •  Yulieth Le selected as Mercer County Teacher of the Year

    Yulieth Le Named Mercer County Teacher of the Year

    Lawrence Township Public Schools is thrilled to announce that Lawrence Intermediate School (LIS) 4th grade teacher Yulieth Le has been selected as the 2023-2024 Mercer County Teacher of the Year! She was chosen by the New Jersey Department of Education (NJDOE) for this well-deserved honor. County Teachers of the Year will network with educators throughout the state and serve as ambassadors for New Jersey’s public schools during the upcoming school year. Read more.

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  •  Students playing instruments

    Music students participate in a recital to showcase their summer work

    The LTPS music department is so thankful that our rising 6-9th grade students had access to free summer group music lessons! Over 60 students took advantage of this opportunity in July, and some of our students also chose to learn a new instrument! 

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  •  LIS rising 6th graders around the World Peace Game board

    Rising 6th Graders Participate in World Peace Games

    Thanks to a partnership between LTPS and NJEA, 30 rising 6th-grade LIS students had the amazing opportunity to participate in the famous World Peace Games summer camp. The program, which was funded through an NEA grant, was run by the World Peace Games organization, NJEA, and LIS staff members. The World Peace Game is an immersive self-discovery and learning experience in the form of a geopolitical simulation.

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  •  school lunch bags

    School lunch forms now available for 23-24 school year

    Lunch applications are available in the Genesis Parent Portal. 

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