District Overview & News
HIB District and School Grade Report:
Last week the State of New Jersey released the District and School Grades report as they relate to the Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights Act for all public schools in New Jersey. Click Here to see the results for Wallington Public Schools.
Click here to view NJ School Performance Reports
â€śJefferson School Centennial: 100 Years of Learningâ€ť
The cornerstone for Public School #2 in the Borough of Wallington was laid in September of 1914. On April 1, 1915 Public School #2 (now Jefferson School) opened its doors to students for the very first time.
To commemorate the 100th anniversary of these events, and to celebrate Jefferson Schoolâ€™s 100 years of educating the young people of Wallington, Principal Giambrone will be putting together a book of memories.
A form has been created for this purpose, and it is hoped that a variety of stakeholders, former students, teachers, community members, and elected officials will share their memories of Jefferson School for everyone to share and enjoy.
Those wishing to share their memories should return them to:
James J. Albro, Superintendent
Wallington Public Schools
32 Pine Street
Wallington, NJ 07057
Happy Birthday Jefferson Schoolâ€¦A Centennial Celebration
Please share a story or special memory (copies of pictures, poems) of Jefferson School and return the story to Mr. Albroâ€™s office.; 32 Pine Street, Wallington, N.J. 07057. Your memory will be part of a special book filled with â€śJefferson School Memories, 100 years of learningâ€ť.
Student Dress Code Policy Addendum: On January 27, 2014 the Board of Education adopted an addendum to the current dress code which will take effect in September of 2014. Click here to view this policy.
Wallington is a small community, slightly less than one square mile in area, located eight miles from New York City on the banks of the Passaic River. The district has three schools serving 1,250 students: Jefferson School (K-3), Frank W. Gavlak School (K-6), and Wallington Jr./Sr. High School (7-12). Students are encouraged to participate in the vast range of co-curricular programs (i.e. student government, journalism, drama, athletics, music, clubs, Academic Decathlon, etc). There is a strong connection between the school and community as evidenced by Parent-Teacher groups: the PTA at the elementary level, and the Home & School Organization at the secondary school level. The school district promotes traditional values important to the community- Loyalty, Family, Patriotism, and Tolerance towards others.