Dunellen High School has been ranked number 36 in the state of New Jersey according to the U.S. News and World Report 2014 Study.
Dunellen High School is a 2015 1st Team Recipient of the National Athletic Trainers’ Association Safe Sports School award.
News and Announcements
Revised 2014-15 School Calendar
The 2014-2015 calendar has been revised
for this school year. The changes include an additional day off for students and staff on Friday, May 22. The student half day will now be on Thursday, May 21.More
PARCC EOY Schedule (pdf)
Updated as of 4/2More
Understanding Emergency Procedures for Schools
The following information relates to the "Shelter-in-place" that was used this morning for our schools.More
Saturday, April 25, is Rutgers Day, a chance for New Jersey residents to experience the exciting things happening at their state university. The day offers an array of fascinating and fun programs for the entire family, including storytellers, animal shows, art projects, a petting zoo, music and dance performances, hands-on activities, and amazing science demonstrations. Admission and parking are free.More
Turning the Tides (pdf)
Announcing the FREE Skills, Planning, and Resources (SPR) Workshop at the Middlesex County Fire Academy in Sayreville. We feel this is an excellent opportunity for our county residents to learn important life skills such as ways of managing reactions to stress, problem solving, helpful thinking, and building positive social connections.More
Kindergarten Registration for 2015-16 School Year
If you are a Dunellen resident and have a child whose fifth birthday falls on or before October 1, 2015, you may register your child for the 2015-2016 Kindergarten Program at John P. Faber Elementary School.More
PARCC Opt Out Letter for Parents (pdf)
A Letter from the Superintendent of Schools.More
Student Residency Hotline
The Dunellen Public School District wants to ensure that all students attending our schools are residents of Dunellen.
If you have information related to a student attending our schools that you believe is a non-resident, please leave specific information regarding your suspicion to our anonymous hotline at 732-474-7114. Provide us with as much information as possible such as student name(s), grade, school, and address. You need not give your name to report information. All calls will be investigated.
In addition to the Student Residency Hotline, residency concerns can also be emailed to email@example.com.
Health and Family Information Pages
Information regarding NJ Family Care, medical forms, and other important health information can be found here.More
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