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Lawrence Township


Valid from 09/22/2009

Bike The Path To Lawrence Township March 21, 2010


Enjoy a morning bike ride along the historic towpath with canal expert Bob Barth. Bob will lead this 26-mile roundtrip ride and explain canal structures and history along the way. Interested participants are asked to bring their own bicycle, helmet and lunch and meet at the Griggstown Causeway (in Franklin Township)at 10:00 am. Come enjoy the park, get some exercise and learn about the D & R Canal! This ride is sponsored by the D&R Canal Watch. For further information please contact Bob Barth at 201-401-3121.

Valid from 03/16/2010 to 03/22/2010

Lawrence Township School District Now Accepting Pre-school Applications for Low-income Families


The Lawrence Township School District is now accepting applications for low-income families for the district’s 2016-2017   Pre-school Program for 4-year-olds.   Students will be selected randomly for openings at Ben Franklin, Lawrenceville and Slackwood Elementary Schools.  This is a comprehensive program that services typically developing, low income, and special needs 4-year-old children.  Classes will meet Monday through Friday, at Ben Franklin from 9:30 a.m - 3:20 p.m., Lawrenceville from 8:30 a.m. – 2:20 p.m., and Slackwood from 8:00 a.m. – 1:50 p.m.  There will be a total of approximately 18 students in each class.  Special needs students will be placed in the program by identification, evaluation and eligibility procedures as outlined in the New Jersey Administrative Code. 

            Eligibility for this program requires that children must be at least 4 years of age (no older than 5 years of age on October 1, 2016), must be a resident of Lawrence Township, and must be toilet trained.  Transportation will be provided for low- income students.  “Low income” determination is based on a family’s qualifying for free or reduced lunch program.  Federal guidelines for free or reduced lunch eligibility are issued in July.

            Pre-school lottery applications are available at the Board of Education office (2565 Princeton Pike), Ben Franklin main office (2939 Princeton Pike), Lawrenceville, Slackwood Elementary or on our website, 2016-2017 4- Yr-Old Low-Income Preschool Program.  Please return completed applications to Michele Deremer, Supervisor, Department of Student Services, 2565 Princeton Pike, Lawrenceville, NJ  08648, no later than May 11, 2016.  If you have any questions, please contact the Department of Student Services at (609) 671-5430.                                                               

Valid from 04/14/2016 to 05/12/2016

Lawrence Township Regional Schools


Valid from 03/15/2010

Lawrenceville School Tops $1.4 Million in Donations to Lawrence Township Education Foundation


Lawrenceville, N.J. -- On September 15, Lawrenceville School Head Master Stephen S. Murray was pleased to present $65,000, the School's annual donation, to the Lawrence Township Education Foundation (LTEF). Since 1995, the School has donated a total of $1,440,000 to LTEF. Lawrenceville also provides numerous in-kind services, including office space, event sponsorship, and copying services.

Left to right: Melanie Fillmyer (Guidance Supervisor, Lawrence Township Public Schools), Briana Thompson (Lawrenceville School Student Body President/Class of 2018), Steve Murray (Lawrenceville School Head Master), Karen Faiman (Executive Director, Lawrence Township Education Foundation), Rick Smith (Vice President, LTEF Board of Trustees), and Carol Katz Connelly (President, LTEF Board of Trustees).



"We are extremely grateful for the continued generosity and support of the Lawrenceville School.  The Lawrenceville School's contributions to the LTEF allows us to achieve our mission and enhance the educational experience for all Lawrence Township public school students," said LTEF Executive Director Karen Faiman.


LTEF raises funds from individuals, local businesses, corporations, and foundations for programs that foster excellence, creativity, and achievement in education for all students in Lawrence Township Public Schools. Through grant requests from teachers and school administrators, LTEF funds programs that will have a substantial and lasting impact on Lawrence Township public school students.


"LTEF grants allow local teachers to create innovative and imaginative programs for Lawrence Township students. These opportunities are made possible by the dedication of LTEF volunteers," said Lawrenceville School Head Master Steve Murray. "I'm pleased that the Lawrenceville School is able to support these efforts and I'm eager to see what inspired programs educators create for their students this year."


The Lawrenceville School's donation to the LTEF, along with other funding, makes it possible for area schools to receive support for a wide variety of educational programs and needs. This year, grants included support for a district-wide science fair, mobile maker spaces that at the elementary schools, a STEM outside learning environment at Eldridge Park Elementary, and music performances at Lawrence Intermediate School. Lawrence Middle School received new LED lighting for its auditorium, a 360-degree camera for tech students as well as commissioning a piece of music for the orchestra with composer Reynard Burns. Lawrence Elementary students enjoyed a hands-on fossil dig assembly. Lawrence High School traveled to a four-day Model United Nations Conference, participated in a county-wide Day of Dialogue, and learned how to apply self-defense techniques to various situations. They also learned from artist-in-residence Mel Lepzig.

Valid from 09/18/2017 to 11/01/2017

Lawrence Township


Valid from 10/09/2009

Lawrence Township Public Schools


Valid from 10/09/2009