Superintendent's Blog

  • BCSSSD Honored by NJSPRA with Second Place Award for Social Media

    Posted by Dr. Nagy on 10/16/2020

    On a virtual zoom awards session at noon today, the Special Services School District received second place recognition in the category of Social Media from the New Jersey School Public Relations Association. This was possible based on the work of Christine Jenter who extended the footprint of our social media presence especially under the Covid-19 closures and virtual and remote learning. Social media served as the thread to connect the district to parents, students and the community for our most vulnerable population.  This award serves as a celebration of our student exceptionalities and their accomplishments and the love and support of our families and sending districts.  Congratulations!

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  • BCSSSD Celebrates in October the Week of Respect, School Violence Awareness Week and Red Ribbon Week

    Posted by Dr. Nagy on 10/5/2020
    Across all campuses in the District this month, staff are engaging students in classroom and remote classroom activities such as Let Respect Shine clothing challenge, Throw Kindness Around Like Confetti, Kindness is Classy, Wall of Kindness, Give School Violence the Boot, Sock It to School Violence,  Stomp the Blues Out of Bullying, Reading for Respect, Hats Off to Getting Along, Sports Day Respect among many other interactive and inspirational activities. Virtual and on-campus programs all support Respect, School Violence Awareness and Anti-Drug campaigns. Messages throughout Red Ribbon Week are designed to promote a drug-free environment, while other activities underscore the importance of being mindful to support efforts for anti-bullying, anti-school violence, and anti-dating violence activities, while promoting the value of acts of kindness.  The students and staff are proud to elevate awareness to issues that we face today. #BCSSSDPride
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  • We Salute our Principals - National Principal Month

    Posted by Dr. Nagy on 10/1/2020

    Never has it been more evident than under Covid-19 where the work of principals and administrators in our districts have demonstrated their dedication, resolve and results to position our schools to be open the first week of September. Each day presents new challenges which continue to spur creativity and ingenuity. We thank our administrators for their heroic efforts and for shaping the narrative of the delivery of education for the foreseeable future.

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