Many of us have a memory of that one staff member who made a positive impact on us that we'll never forget. This week we celebrate our staff during "American Education Week." Always observed during the first full week before Thanksgiving, American Education Week began in 1921 with the goal to generate public awareness and support for education because of concerns over illiteracy. During this school year, we will continue to share your stories with our staff to acknowledge and appreciate the value and lasting impact they have on our students and families and to remind them that it really can "start with one." Please have your student fill out this form, or fill it out with them. It does not matter if the staff member is still employed or retired many years ago; it is the story that matters. You can include your name or stay anonymous if you choose. The staff member will remain anonymous.
Parents and guardians of children in grades K-12 will learn about online safety and digital citizenship including cyberbullying, inappropriate online content, sex trafficking, privacy, and practical tips for keeping your kids safer online.
Lawrence Township Public Schools proudly announces that Superintendent of Schools Robyn A. Klim has successfully earned her Doctorate of Education (Ed.D.) from the American College of Education. Dr. Klim's achievement reflects her commitment to continuous learning and her dedication to staying at the forefront of curriculum and instruction to best serve our district.
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!
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.