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     Dr. Kossack's December Spotlight letter

    Presentation: Parent Guide to the PARCC Score Report




    Harassment, Intimidation and Bullying policy

    School Self-Assessment for Determining Grades under the Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights

    Beginning with the September 2011-2012 school year, our district has conscientiously implemented the requirements found in the Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights Act by providing a wealth of training and programs to staff, students and parents alike.  After the first two years of implementation, the New Jersey Department of Education asked school districts to complete a self-assessment to assist in determining their status in complying with the Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights Act (ABR).

    Each school was asked to examine the degree of compliance in eight categories in order to determine their areas of strength and areas in need of further growth.  The schools were required to have the necessary documentation to substantiate their scores.  Throughout the self-assessment, school safety team members examined initiatives aimed at addressing anti-bullying and the improvement of school climates, school cultures and other conditions that negatively affect student learning and growth.

    The attached spreadsheet reflects Little Silver’s self-assessment scores.  As a district with very high standards, we examined each category through the lens of how we can improve our programs each year.  For our first self-assessment, our district received 66 of a possible 75 points.  We look forward to improving our programs in years to follow.

    Check the District Backpack for more information!

    Dr. Kossack's Letters


    November 2015

    Dr. Kossack's November 2015 Spotlight letter

    October 2015

    Dr. Kossack's October 2015 Spotlight letter

    September 2015

    Dr. Kossack's September 2015 Spotlight letter

    August 2015

    Dr. Kossack's 8-25-15 Letter to Parents 

    Parent Resources


    Child Safety Tips

      Tolerance and Peace in ChildrenTips for Promoting


    Grief Speaks   Healing Place Info   SAMHSA 

    Children's National Medical Center    PBS

    Network National Association of School Psychologists

      National Association of School Psychologists

    Printable Resources

    Helping a grieving child

    Ten suggestions for dealing with grief

    How to deal with grief  

    Signs of grief in children 


    In partnership with families and community, the Little Silver Borough Public School District is invested in continued excellence by inspiring critical thinking, fostering intellectual curiosity, and promoting acceptance of individuals, allowing children to achieve their full potential as responsible, contributing citizens of an ever-changing global community.