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Superintendent's Corner
The Office of the Superintendent of Schools consists of the Chief School Administrator and her administrative assistants, who are responsible for the overall day-to-day operations of the district, including all matters relating to personnel and students.


Dr. Paula Valenti

Superintendent of  Schools 

Dear Community Members, 
On behalf of the Glen Rock Board of Education welcome to the Superintendent's Corner.
Please know that on a daily basis, the district is taking rigorous steps toward achieving its mission of providing all students an exceptional  education and opportunity for personal  development through a comprehensive and  rigorous curriculum, accompanied by co-  curricular activities that foster productive and  responsible members of the global society. Glen  Rock’s public schools rank among the best in  Bergen County and the State of New Jersey.  Walking, or driving through the town center, there  is an almost palpable sense that Glen Rock is a  great place to raise a family.

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 Ms. Kathy Ryan
Executive Administrative  Assistant to the
 Chief School Administrator
 Phone: 201.445.7700  Ext.8950
 Fax: 201-389-5019 

 Mrs. Jennifer Biondi
Confidential Administrative  Assistant
 Phone: 201.445.7700  Ext.8951
 Fax: 201-389-5019

 Ms. Laurie Babin
Confidential Administrative  Assistant
 Phone: 201.445.7700
 Ext. 8952
 Fax: 201-389-5019

 Office Hours: 

 Monday- Friday
 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.  



Discussion Topics
Blog Entry Dr. Paula Valenti: Online Safety Posted: Friday, February 10 at 9:56 AM Discuss
Blog Entry Dr. Paula Valenti: Raising Kids to Thrive Book Study Posted: Tuesday, January 31 at 4:34 PM Discuss
Blog Entry Dr. Paula Valenti: Clowns and Halloween Posted: Monday, October 10, 2016 at 12:03 PM Discuss
Lead in Drinking Water FAQ
The GRBOE recently conducted NJDOE required water testing in all schools during the April spring break. The results report is posted to the district website on the BOE and Building and Grounds webpages. Click here to review a frequently asked questions sheet.

Community Based Instruction in Glen Rock Public Schools
Click here to review the Community Based Instruction presentation that was delivered at the 5/22/2017 Glen Rock BOE meeting.
FaceBook Fan Page Launch!
The district enhances its communication efforts with the launch of the Glen Rock Public School district FaceBook page! Click here to read a letter from the superintendent.
Community Message
The Glen Rock Public Schools and the Borough of Glen Rock and Glen Rock Police have collaborated with school stakeholders to publish this community message about drugs, alcohol, etc. Please click here to read the Community Message.
US News School Ranking Memo
Recently, US News published its school ranking issue. Click here to read the superintendent's letter to the community about the press release and school rankings in general.
Super Sessions Janaury 2017
The Superintendent held two super sessions in January. These informal gatherings are an opportunity for parents, residents, student, teachers and those interested in education to engage in discussion with the superintendent. At the most recent session the topics of the Organic Food Service pilot, summer programs, budget deliberations and the Central School Science Fair were discussed. Attendees also discussed the air quality and subsequent air testing in the MS/HS Media Center, geese on the baseball field, an outdoor basketball court area and a few curriculum topics. Do you have a topic you are interested to discuss with the superintendent? Join me at the next super session ! April 26, 2017 at the Glen Rock Public Library. Morning session: 9:30 am - 11:30 am and Evening session: 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm.
Superintendent Book Study: Waking Up White

Superintendent Book Study: Raising Kids to Thrive
Comprehensive Testing Report 2015-16
Click here to view the comprehensive district testing report for 2015-16.
See Something - Say Something Campaign
Homeland Security See Something – Say Something campaign is a way for the everyday citizen to assist authorities to maintain safety. "If You See Something, Say Something™" is a national campaign that raises public awareness of the indicators of terrorism and terrorism-related crime, as well as the importance of reporting suspicious activity to state and local law enforcement.
To report suspicious activity, contact your local law enforcement agency. Describe specifically what you observed or what you saw; when you saw it; where it occurred; and if it's suspicious. If there is an emergency, call 9–1–1.
Mayor's Office Art Reception
Please click here to view a video slideshow of the GRPS Art Reception held at the Mayor's Office on September 21st to recognize Glen Rock student artists and teachers whose art works will be displayed during the 2016 - 2017 school year. .
See Something Say Something Campaign
The Department of Homeland Security has launched a nation-wide campaign: See Something Say Something. Click here to watch a 90 second video about this initiative.
Coleman Cafe

Dr. Paula Valenti enjoys sharing lunch and good conversation with fifth grade students at Clara E. Coleman Elementary School during Coleman Cafe. During the event, Principal Dawn Cappadona reminded the students that they represent the class that began this program when they were first graders.

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