BPS Principal’s Info

Brookside Place School’s Principal Section

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Attendance Line/Absence Reporting

Please remember to reach out to Mrs. O’Hara at her regular BPS phone number(s) (use 908-709-6246 or 908-709-6724) to report your son/daughter’s absence.  Please remember to always indicate your child’s name, date of call, class, and reason for absence. Thanks, in advance, for making these calls as early as possible.

Drop off zones

The two drop off zones (one on Spruce Street closer to the closed part of the parking lot and one on Brookside Place close to the second grade door) are clearly designated between signs in both locations. Please remember to keep these two zones free of parked vehicles in order to better move a high …

General Reminders

Brookside Briefs will be posted monthly on the BPS PTA website (www.bpspta.digitalpto.com) as the means to facilitate open communication between school and home. Homeroom begins promptly at 8:42 AM. Punctuality is such a critical piece in students developing solid time management skills. Please also be sure to check with your son/daughter about the belongings he/she …

Main Office Phone Numbers

Please call (908) 709-6245 and (908) 709-6244 if you are need of contacting the main office at BPS. Click here for BPS Staff – Contact Information

Principal’s Monthly Message

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Safety and Visitors

All visitors are reminded to enter the building through the Brookside Place main doors. Please ring the buzzer and kindly announce your name, reason for the visit and show a photo ID once an office staff member welcomes you to Brookside. Additionally, remember to always stop in the main office to sign in and pick-up …

Safety, Respect and Visitor Policy

Each morning on the announcements, the topics of safety and respect are regularly reinforced. A couple of the key pieces, that include one specific quotation from the late John Wooden and two well know phrases, emphasized are listed below. All you can do to reinforce these messages at home are greatly appreciated. Safety Always walk …