Message from the Superintendent:
Welcome to Glassboro Schools
To the Glassboro Community,
Welcome to the Glassboro School District. We pride ourselves on offering curriculum, programs and activities that place your children on the pathway to success.
This year, community members joined us to develop a strategic plan for the future of Glassboro Schools. The seeds of that process are already blossoming. Based on community feedback, we plan to get more technology in the hands of students, and hire a part-time technology coach to support teachers in implementing technology in classroom.
Our partnership with Rowan has never been stronger.
Student groups have explored science at Rowan’s Fossil Park.
Thomas E. Bowe School has become a Rowan University Professional Development School, bringing additional instructors, professional development and research into our classrooms. Dorothy L. Bullock School will follow suit in 2016.
Our current STEM and Fine & Performing Arts Academy partnerships with Rowan University have opened the door to a potential Biomedical Academy, anticipated for the 2017-2018 school year.
Glassboro students attend the summer STEAM Academy at Rowan.
Great things are happening across the school district. In the upcoming school year, we will introduce a fullday autism/ABA preschool class, a second bilingual class and an Intermediate School wrestling program.
This summer, we begin work on roofing, security and HVAC projects. This is made possible by the March 2015 school referendum. We look forward to greeting students with these improvements when they return this fall.
We thank you for your interest in Glassboro Schools and urge you to become an active part of our school district. Please come out to our community meetings, concerts and conferences. By working together, we build a stronger foundation for our children’s future.
Dr. Mark J. Silverstein
Superintendent of Schools