Our Superintendent's Leadership Philosophy

Dr. Thomasina Jones
I ardently believe that schools exist for students. All children must be treasured and valued in order for them to reach their full potential. I fervently believe that all students can learn when a community of people endows students with the skills that are necessary for them to unlock the future to lifetime success.

I passionately believe that everyone employed in the school district has a role in the academic, emotional and social success of our students. I believe that the entire school community must serve as role models to our students. There are guiding principles that everyone should manifest in order to serve as role models for our students. The members of the school community should be able to exemplify honesty, integrity, kindness, respect and self-regulation.

I feverishly believe that students should be afforded multiple opportunities to learn in environments that meet their specific needs. Educators should be able to differentiate and tailor instructional activities in ways that children learn best. It is my role to provide multiple opportunities for students to achieve success in ways that suit their specific learning styles. I will provide staff with the resources, support, and professional development training that will enable them to meet the holistic needs of the students.

I unconditionally require that employees be mindful that meeting the academic, emotional, and social needs of the students in the district is everyone’s priority. I believe that we must enthusiastically utilize all of our resources and human capital to ensure that the students who enter our district are given the keys to unlock the future to lifetime success.

Thomasina Jones, Ed.D.
Superintendent


 
Bridgeton High School Distinguished Hall of Fame Inductees


Congratulations to the Bridgeton High School 2014 Distinguished Hall of Fame Inductees. (Pictured from L to R: retired Air Force Chief Master Sergeant Newlin B. Carter (1980); Bayside State Prison Administrator John R. Powell (1979); and retired Bridgeton Public Schools Superintendent, Dr. H. Victor Gilson (1970).
 
Superintendent's Bulldogs of the Month for March 2014



Congratulations to the Superintendent's Bulldogs of the Month for March 2014!


Broad Street School

Andy Perez - 1st Grade
Roxanne Bishop - 5th Grade

Buckshutem Road School

Sindy Matias Velasquez - 2nd Grade

Cherry Street School

Alazea Rivera - 4th Grade

Indian Avenue School

Tanyaha McClendon - 5th Grade

Quarter Mile Lane School
Karla Carmona - 8th Grade

West Avenue School
Katrina Ford - 7th Grade

Bridgeton High School

Daisy McCleary Muniz - 9th Grade
Juan Carlos Figueroa - 9th Grade

 
District Anti-Bullying Coordinator
Bridgeton Public School District takes bullying and harassment very seriously. As part of a NJ initiative to stop bullying we have selected This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it to serve as our district Anti-Bullying Coordinator. Please contact him if you have any concerns about bullying taking place in our district


Below are links to district policies and information concerning this initiative:


Bridgeton School District HIB Grade - 52/75

Bridgeton High School - 57/75
Broad Street School - 48/75
Buckshutem Rd School - 49/75
Cherry Sreet School - 49/75
Indian Avenue School - 58/75
Quater Mile Lane School - 53/75
West Avenue School - 45/75
Dr. Geraldine O. Foster Early Childhood Center - 52/75
 

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