Friday, February 1, 2013
Superintendent said officers should serve as comfort to parents, not a concern.
Police officers will be increasing their presence in Kinnelon schools, Interim Superintendent of Schools Diane DiGiuseppe announced Thursday night. Elected officials and school leaders have been meeting with police to talk about the safety and security of Kinnelon's youth since the days that followed the school shooting in Newtown, Conn. in which 20 children were killed. At a recent Kinnelon Council meeting, Mayor Robert Collins said the protocols and procedures already in place in the school district were being reviewed again to ensure safety of the entire school community. Collins said he had met with DiGiuseppe and asked her to talk to the Kinnelon Board of Education about safety measures the district could implement and to come back to…
Monday, January 28, 2013
No parking on borough roads.
All three tri-boro school districts (Kinnelon, Butler and Bloomingdale) will have early dismissals Monday due to snow. The school districts sent out messages to parents Monday morning advising them of the early closings. "For everyone's safety, please pick your child up as soon as possible," the Kinnelon school district said in a textcaster message. Kinnelon police also sent a message Monday morning advising residents not to park on borough roads. Parking bans are in effect in Bloomingdale and Butler as well during inclement weather.
Tuesday, January 17, 2012
Kinnelon, Butler schools to open 90 minutes later; Bloomingdale to have two-hour delay.
The Kinnelon and Butler school districts will have a 90-minute delayed opening Tuesday, according to information released by the school districts. Bloomingdale Public Schools wil have a two-hour delayed opening, according to Walter T. Bergen School Principal Frank Verducci. St. Anthony of Padua School, in Butler, will also have a 90-minute delay. The delayed openings are due to icy road conditions. Patch will update this story.