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Report Cards Posted!


As many of you may know, Report Cards have been posted on our district's Parent Portal on April 17th.

Located on the left side of our webpage, you will see a link to enter your personal Parent Portal. If you have never logged in before, you will need two things: your child's Student I.D. # and his or her birthdate. You can find your child's Student I.D. # on previous Progress Reports / Report Cards or you may contact the main office by phone or e-mail during school hours.

Once on your Portal, you child's Report Card is located under the GRADES tab. You will then have the option to view/print his or her Report Card.



Just a gentle reminder, school will be closed from Friday, April 18th - Wednesday, April 23rd. School will re-open on Thursday 4/24 & Friday 4/25 with a 1:00 p.m. dismissal. Please remember to send a light lunch with your child(ren) on those days.

Thank you and enjoy your break!






Math Carnival

Fifth grade students created math themed carnival games for the entire school to play. There was also face painting, tattoos, spin art and a pie in the face raffle.

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Click here to view more pictures from the Math Carnival.


PayForIt

PayForIt (PFI) is a Secure Online Payment system which simplifies payment, collection and balancing of funds for Schools.

PFI is a web-based portal system that is now used in the Elmwood Park School District.  PFI was developed and is supported with the philosophy of quick, simple and practical.

Elmwood Park School District offers PFI to our parents to fund student cafeteria prepayment accounts online.  Please click on the PayForIt link on the left to sign up.



Attention Parents 

To view district correspondence, please log on to the parent portal by clicking on the "Parent Portal" link on the left hand side of this page.




Mission Statement

Our Mission

We are a community dedicated to creating an educational environment where students are empowered to exceed their potential through a challenging, innovative, and interdisciplinary curriculum.  By fostering character, dignity, and respect for self and other cultures, students will become creative thinkers and global citizens able to thrive in a diverse and evolving society. 


Anti-Bullying
Please Click here for the Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights Act Grades
Please Click 
here for the anti-bullying policy.

16thAvenue School 
ANTI-BULLYING Specialist Mrs. Dransfield
TEL:   (201) 796-8700 x 2992
EMAIL:  jDransfield@epps.org