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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.


To Parents and/or Guardians,

Having a close family of my own, grandchildren attending public schools, and personal concerns about elderly friends and family, I am well aware of the impact the COVID -19 virus is having on our daily lives around the state and the country. At the same time, I would like to share my personal thanks for the support and confidence you have shown for the efforts of our staff and Board of Education from day one. As time passes, we will all have to rely on each other more and more, while we balance our efforts to educate our students and provide for our families. There are those who believe that times like this brings out the worst in people, I happen to believe it brings out the BEST. My belief is clearly supported by all the good work being done by the Dumont community. I want you to know that the Administrative team meets on a regular basis to review how well things are progressing and continuously revise our plans accordingly. I communicate with the team as a group and individually to discuss current and impending concerns with the best hope of resolving them quickly and effectively. Together we made it through week one and I suspect that everyone's anxiety level is kicked up a notch with the ongoing troubling news. I share with you a quote from Dr. Seuss, “I learned there are troubles of more than one kind. Some come from ahead, others come from behind. But I’ve bought a big bat. I’m all ready, you see. Now my troubles are going to have trouble with me.”

Once again, Dumont has demonstrated just how to make the best of a difficult situation by working together as good neighbors and friends, while everyone is still learning to deal with this unimaginable crisis. Stay safe, wash your hands often, and take the opportunity to enjoy your family.

Sincerely,

Emanuele Triggiano

Superintendent of Schools


Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Is the District going to honor the "Spring Break?"

A: The answer is "Yes." There will be no formal schoolwork assigned during the week of April 6.

 

Q: Will there still be parent conferences?

A: Yes. Although there will not be any face-to-face conferences, staff will be in communication with parents concerning student progress through April 17.

 

In addition, going forward we will be implementing homework free weekends.

E. Triggiano




"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



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.



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




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!



Online Registration




KINDERGARTEN REGISTRATION 2020-2021
This portal is for students who will be entering Kindergarten in the
Dumont School District in September 2020.
*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.
 Select Link 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 call 201-338-8933



HIGH SCHOOL SPRING ATHLETICS  2019-2020  Link



NOTE:  DO NOT use this Link to register a child who will be entering Kindergarten in the fall of 2020
NEW STUDENT  2019-2020 (for the current school year)
If you are NEW to the Dumont School District and need to
register your child for the CURRENT SCHOOL YEAR - 2019-2020
Select Link 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 call 201-338-8933



NEW STUDENT REGISTRATION 2020-2021 (for the next school year)
NEW STUDENT registration portal will open June 1, 2020
This portal is for students, grades 1-12, who will be entering the
Dumont School District in September 2020.


Residency Verification LINK

Click here to download Landlord Affidavit

After you have completed your on-line registration you must call to make an appointment for Residency Verification
For an appointment please call:
201-338-8933






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