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Westville School District
101 Birch Ave. Westville NJ, 08093
Arrival & Dismissal Schedule
Office Hours: 8:00am-4:00pm
Emergency Closing Number: 832
Email: inquiries@westvillesd.com
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Dr. Shannon M. Whalen, Superintendent
Mrs. Renée D. Egan, Principal

Informational Notices Notices
  • 2021-2022 Suggested Student Supply Lists
  • Pandemic EBT (P-EBT) funds are coming for the 2020-2021 school year. What is P-EBT? P-EBT is a program to help you purchase food for your school-age child(ren) who were eligible for free or reduced price school meals through the National School Lunch Program (NSLP), but whose schools closed or operated with reduced attendance or hours for five consecutive days due to COVID-19.

    Eligible students in fully remote learning situations will get $122.76 a month. Students in hybrid learning situations will get $61.38 a month.

    P-EBT for eligible families will be added to your Families First Card or mailed to you starting at the end of July. Need more information? Visit the P-EBT section of www.NJSNAP.gov

    P-EBT Flyer
    P-BEBT Flyer (Spanish)

  • Gateway Group ARP Safe Return Plan

    Safe Return Plan - Public Comment Survey
Mission Statement

Our commitment is to educate each child using a flexible and challenging curriculum, aligned with the New Jersey Student Learning Standards, which emphasizes a commitment to expand oral and written communication skills, integrate problem-solving strategies throughout the learning process, and effectively use technology for the advancement of student discovery and study.

We actively seek to promote a strong and positive bond between the school and community using the resources of each to provide opportunities for students to demonstrate good citizenship and acquire a life long sense of personal worth, dignity, and respect for others.

Harassment, Intimidation and Bullying
Our school district continues to make progress in addressing and improving harassment, intimidation, & bullying and the school climate & culture with a school-wide character education program. Children are rewarded for demonstrating positive behavior and outstanding role modeling. In addition, various activities are scheduled throughout the school year to encourage school spirit, family involvement, and a positive school climate. The results of this report are determined through a self assessment and the scoring is based out of a total of 78 total points over several categories.