Remote Learning Plan and FAQs

NEWParent/Student Guidelines for Interactive & Live Instructional Platforms

Remote Learning Plan for Parents

Remote Learning Plan for Parents FAQ
Remote Learning Packets for PreK-5

 Thank you for your patience as we transition the Genesis Parent Portal to reflect the Remote Learning Platform

Parent Portal will be reopening on Monday, March 30, 2020

Staff is available via email to address questions and concerns

Click here to view the Curriculum Newsletter
    Amanda Beattie
    Elementary Curriculum Supervisor
    Co-Title I Coordinators
    P: (732)785-3000 x2509
    Brittany Bucco
    Elementary Curriculum Supervisor ELA/SS/Library
    Co-Title I Coordinators / ELL K-12

    P: (732)785-3000 x1524
    Chad Cutts
    Secondary Curriculum Supervisor
    ELA/SS Grades 6-12

    P: (732)785-3000 x3039
    Christopher Thompson
    Secondary Curriculum Supervisor
    Math Grades 6-12, Co-STEM Coordinator, Business Education
    P: (732)785-3000 x1087
    Jennifer Lane
    Secondary Curriculum Supervisor
    Grade 6-12 Science, Co-STEM Coordinator,
    K-12 Visual & Performing Arts
    P: (732)785-3000 x1045


Brick Township Public Schools Staff Only

Please use this link to complete a "Workshop Reporting Form" within 5 business days of attending a workshop (in or out of district.)


NJDOE Grant Partnerships

Brick is Awarded the Strengthening, Leading, & Learning Grant


New Jersey Tiered System of Supports - Early Reading Grant

Given New Jersey's need to better identify and provide early reading intervention to students with disabilities and/or significant reading difficulties, NJDOE has prioritized the implementation of a multi-tiered system of reading supports. The purpose of this project is to build capacity to implement the New Jersey Tiered System of Support for Early Reading (NJTSS-ER) via strategic personnel development.

The project will result in (a) increased state-, district-, and school- level leadership and high-quality professional development in NJTSS-ER; (b) increased fidelity of NJTSS-ER implementation; and (c) improved reading skills for students with disabilities and/or those requiring intervention. State Coaches from the NJDOE in partnership with Professors from Rutgers University are providing training in NJTSS-ER components to our academic coaches who are in turn training and coaching for our school teams.

Brick was one of only 10 districts in the state to participate in Cohort 1 of this grant. The evaluation will investigate (a) the extent to which leadership and PD are provided at state, district, and school levels; (b) the fidelity of NJTSS-ER implementation in schools; (c) early reading performance for students; and (d) the allocation of funds to ongoing technical assistance.