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New Public Statement:
Deptford Township School District consists of six early childhood/elementary schools, a middle school, a high school, and a special needs school to meet the needs of over 4,400 students. It is the third largest educational system in Gloucester County, and is thoroughly modern in its use of technology to enhance the educational process.
The curriculum provides a solid program of general education with learning opportunities ranging from special services for special needs children to gifted and talented courses for enrichment. A demanding core curriculum is supplemented with art, music, and physical education, and rich elective program encourages student choices. This comprehensive educational program results in Deptford Township students scoring above the state and national norms on standardized tests.
Our greatest challenges lie in closing the achievement gap for our special education and minority students, providing for the projected growth in student enrollment, and working to increase parent support.
Our students are encouraged to take intellectual risks in an environment that encourages intellectual exploration, creative thinking, and an open exchange of ideas.
Our athletic programs encourage students to achieve excellence while committed to a values-based philosophy of sport which emphasizes personal growth and cooperation.
Report card marking periods for the 2016-17 school year are now available.
Please continue to check here for the new BOE approved announcements.
Click Below for Notice of Award for Professional Services
Professional Services Award for February 2017
If any families missed the 1/11th Financial Aid Workshop please see the power-point below and call guidance if you have any questions. Thank You!
Deptford Township School District – Oct. 24, 2016
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High School Shadowing is available for all students in grades 5-8. If your child attends our middle school or one of our elementary schools, transportation will be provided. Please contact Mr. Mark Petito at 856-232-2713 ext 2508.