Tuesday, January 19, 2021
Dumont High Grant School Honiss School Lincoln School Selzer School Transportation


Coronavirus/Virtual Learning Information Links
Please click on the NEW Quick Links at the top right hand corner to get the latest information we received concerning the Coronavirus.
Also view our NEW Virtual Learning Link for information about our Distance Learning Plan and available resources as we move forward.

Recent Events
With the current events at the Capitol unfolding please know that our school counselors are available to provide support to your children, if needed and requested. These events may contribute to a sense of uncertainty and stress so please know that we are here to help. If you would like to have your child receive this support, please reach out directly to your building Principal. 

Reopening Update

We hope that you and your families enjoyed a happy and healthy winter break. This is a reminder that the District’s in-person/Hybrid Learning model will resume in our schools on Monday, January 4.  Beginning on Monday, Cohort A will attend school on Monday and Tuesday; Cohort B will attend on Wednesday through Friday. Regular menu and meal service for students will resume at the High School Cafeteria for Virtual students and at each individual building for in-person/Hybrid students. 


Parents are reminded to complete the Screening Form before sending their children to school. The screening form has been changed to meet new and more rigorous health and safety requirements established by the CDC and the Bergen County Health Department. Please make sure that all questions are reviewed carefully and answered accurately. If you have any additional questions, please contact your child’s school Administration.

As you know, conditions for our re-opening plan on January 4 can change at a moment’s notice, so that we ask for your patience and understanding, and your preparedness should we need to revert to an all-virtual model. The district is closely following guidelines established by the NJ Department of Education including requiring everyone to wear a face covering, promoting social distancing to the maximum extent possible, utilizing a daily pre-screening form, and disinfecting buildings each and every night. In the event that there is ever a staff shortage due to conditions related to medical restrictions and other personnel issues, the district will consider combining classes and re-assigning staff if possible. This may impact the scheduling of classes and how instruction may be delivered. While this situation is not ideal, the district remains committed to providing both its in person and virtual only students with the best instructional program possible under these most trying conditions.

We look forward to welcoming our students and staff back for the new year. Stay safe, wear a face covering, social distance when possible, and wash your hands frequently.

Thank you.

"High Performing" District
I am pleased to inform the educational community that on June 14, 2019 we received notification from the Assistant Commissioner, Robert Bumpus, indicating that the Dumont School District has been designated as "High Performing" for the fourth consecutive three year cycle. Dumont scored well above the 80% minimum passing level on the Quality Single Accounting Continuum (QSAC) review in each of the following areas: Instruction and Programs, Fiscal Management, Operations and Personnel, and Governance. Another proud moment for Dumont.
Emanuele Triggiano
Superintendent of Schools

DHS Incident Update

On Wednesday, November 25, 2020, an incident occurred during “virtual” classroom instruction. Because the incident involved District teachers, the Dumont School District is legally prohibited from making any public or private comment about the incident and the District’s investigation thereof. Rest assured that this matter is being thoroughly investigated and the District will take all appropriate actions once that investigation has been completed. The views expressed by Dumont staff during this incident were inappropriate and in no way constitute the sentiments of the Dumont Board of Education, Administration, staff or students.  

While this is of course a regrettable and hurtful situation, the Dumont School District is and will continue to respond appropriately to the situation and will take appropriate disciplinary and preventive actions once its investigation into the incident has been concluded.

As this investigation moves forward, the District is in the process of putting schedule and instructional changes in place, which have been impacted by this unacceptable and inexcusable incident. The District is also looking into partnering with outside organizations to provide the necessary targeted training for students and staff. 

A resource that may be helpful:

NJ Department of Children and Families (NJDCF) 



(Click below for additional information)

To get information about school closings, you can
tune into channels 4, 5, 7, or 12.

Dumont High School has been RECOGNIZED by the College Board for the 2nd time in four years.

To learn more about the AP Honor Roll click HERE.

District Anti-Bullying Coordinator
Mr. Luis Lopez
80 Prospect Avenue
Dumont, New Jersey 07628
(201) 387-3040

To view the district's HIB Policy, click here.

To view the District and School HIB Grade report, click here.

The Dumont Board of Education is happy to announce that senior citizens are invited to attend all Dumont High School athletic events free of chargeGo Huskies!

Department of Children and Families' Child Abuse Hotline Number

1-877 NJ ABUSE or (1-877-652-2873)

Online Registration
If your address has changed, you must contact the registrar at
(201) 338-8933 or egoetz@dumontnj.org to make an appointment for
Residency Verification

Kindergarten registration for the 2021-2022 school year is now open

This form must be completed for all students who are currently in grades 1-12, both virtual and hybrid.  If your child attended the Pre-K4 program in Selzer School last year, and is now in Kindergarten, then your child is considered a returning student, and you must complete this form as well.  Students in grades K-12 who are new to the district this year should NOT complete this form.

A Returning Student Registration form must be submitted for each student in your family. Once you have successfully submitted one Returning Student Registration, you will have the opportunity to begin another from the "Submission Confirmation" page. The deadline for completing Returning Student Registration is Monday, October 5, 2020.  If this Registration information is not completed by October 5, 2020, individual permissions may not be available, for example: Utilization of Technology, Google Apps and email.

An email WILL BE sent to you with instructions and a SNAPCODE.  Select this Link  to begin your Returning Student Registration. 
If you did not receive a SNAPCODE, send an email to request one to:  registration@dumontnj.org 

This portal is for new students grades K-12 who will be entering the Dumont School District DURING the CURRENT 2020-2021 school year.  Select Link to create an account.
After you have completed your on-line registration you must call to make an appointment for Residency Verification.  For an appointment please contact the registrar at 201-338-8933 and leave a message.  *NOTE: If your child is currently enrolled in the Dumont School District as a Pre-K student, DO NOT begin the registration process.  Instead, contact the Registrar at 201-338-8933.

Online Registration for children who will be entering Kindergarten in the fall of 2021 is now open.  Please note that your child must be turning 5 years old on or before October 1, 2021 to enroll in Kindergarten.

Please Note:  If your child is currently attending Pre-K in Selzer School, do not complete Kindergarten Registration.  Your child will be a returning student in the fall of 2021.  If you have previously enrolled other children through our online registration, you will need to sign in with the same email you used to register those children.  If this is your first child being enrolled through our online registration, you will need to select Create an Account.  Select this Link to begin Kindergarten Registration.

You will be required to supply the following documents to prove residency:
I. An original deed, mortgage statement, lease or property tax bill
   NOTE:  If a lease is issued for proof of residency, a Landlord Affidavit and cancelled check or receipt showing 
   payment or rent for a current period and a lease termination date clearly indicated on the agreement are required.

II. FOUR of the following documents, showing family name and Dumont address, are needed to register your child:
  1. Recent Water bill
  2. Recent unemployment claim
  3. Television bill (Cablevision, Verizon, Satellite)
  4. Telephone bill
  5. Recent Electric/Gas bill
  6. Voter’s Registration Card
  7. Insurance claim/payment or benefit statement
  8. Auto insurance card
  9. Recent Court Order
  10. Current bank statement
  11. Document pertaining to military status and assignment
  12. New Jersey Driver’s License
  13. New Jersey Non-Driver’s License Card
  14. Consulate ID Card with Dumont Address
  15. Driver’s Permit
  16. New Jersey Vehicle Registration showing a Dumont address and family name.  If the vehicle is leased and the address displayed is that of the bank, then the vehicle lease invoice showing the Dumont address may be used in addition to the registration.




  Quick Links

© Copyright 2004-2021 Dumont Board of Education
25 Depew Street | Dumont, NJ 07628