**Important Message Regarding Reopening Our Schools**
NOTICE - October 20, 2020 @ 2:30 p.m. Lacey Township School District has added an update to the Reopening Our Schools webpage.
Please read the newest update with information regarding the transition from the Hybrid A/B Model to the Full-Time Remote Model OR the Full-Time Remote model to the Hybrid A/B model transition for your child.
2020-2021 Modified School Hours
High School : 7:05am – 12:05pm
Middle School : 7:30am - 12:30pm
Mill Pond : 8:30am - 1:00pm
Lanoka Harbor : 8:55am - 1:25pm
Cedar Creek : 9:35am - 2:05pm
Forked River : 10:00am - 2:30pm
Preschool : 8:15am - 12:15pm & 9:15am - 1:15pm
Champions Before & After Care
LTSD Preorder Breakfast/Lunch Meal Form
Click here to preorder meals from our monthly menus. Please try to complete this form by the Thursday prior to the start of the new week. Any questions or concerns, please contact Crystal DeCaro, Food Service Director, at (609) 971-2020 ext: 2046 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Bus passes will not be sent by mail. Please check the parent portal for transportation information.
Lacey Township School District's Transportation Policy offers subscription busing to and from school to students who attend Lacey Township School District in grades 7 through 12, and who are not eligible for free transportation because the students live within the designated walking zone. Click this link for more information and the application.
We are currently looking for outstanding individuals to join our team of Substitutes! Interested applicants can click this link to complete the online Substitute application.
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JUST SAY “NO!” TO STATE AID CUTS…IT’S TIME TO CONTACT OUR LAWMAKERS!
172 NJ school districts are scheduled to lose State aid each year for a period of seven years … and the LTSD will lose over $4,000,000! Over the past several months 80 school districts have worked hard to get the attention of Trenton so that our State’s politicians can halt these drastic cuts to our public schools. During the next few months, many districts will be contacting lawmakers who have the power to change funding for the better. The timing is right for all of us to make those contacts as Trenton is currently working on its 2019-2020 State Budget. Click HERE to see what you can do to make a difference!
ABC: Advocating By Communication
How You Can Help the Lacey Township School District Fight to Restore and Preserve
MILLIONS of DOLLARS in State Aid To Support Our Students. Click Here