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UPCOMING GBCS EVENTS
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ANNOUNCEMENTS

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429 Joyce Kilmer Avenue

New Brunswick NJ 08901

Phone: 732-448-1052

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LOCAL WEATHER



 
 As per our school calendar, we will make up the 2/12/19 snow day on Monday, February 18: 8:00 AM -1:35 PM.  There will be NO after school program.





❄️☃️The K-5 Winter Wonderland Dance is rescheduled for Friday, March 1st! See you there!☃️ ❄️


Mile Run Brook Clean-Up On May 12, 2018 more than 150 people joined the Lower Raritan Watershed Partnership, Greater Brunswick Charter School, Esperanza Neighborhood Partnership, Friends of Mile Run Brook and Elmwood Cemetery for a multi-site community clean-up and celebration of New Brunswick’s Mile Run Brook. The clean-up was enlivened by our roving “Trash Troubadour” – Dave Seamon – who engaged our volunteers with song and stories as they cleaned-up the stream. Our Trash Troubadour traveled with a large sculptural bread-and-puppets style bottle (made from trash found during prior clean-ups) that clean-up volunteers covered with messages of environmental hope. With thanks to all the volunteers for a great day of stewardship and celebration. And huge thanks to filmmaker Jessica Dotson for capturing this story of our wonderful New Brunswick, NJ community. - Heather Fenyk

Mile Run Brook clean-up - The Music Video

How many streams have their own music video? HUGE thanks to filmmaker Jessica Dotson for capturing the story of our May 2018 Mile Run Brook clean-up and community celebration. And a special shout out to our "Trash Troubadour" David Seamon for inspiring volunteers with song.








NJ DOE Commissioner Dr. Lamont Repollet Tours GBCS - Oct. 17, 2018

As part of the NJ Charter Review Tour, NJDOE Commissioner of Education visited GBCS on Wednesday, October 17, 2018. Commissioner Repollet and his team were undeniably impressed by what is happening in our classrooms and school. They’ve asked us to share our Personal Education Plan materials and consider presenting our model at a conference they will hold. They recognized the impressive benefits of dual language education and loved being in our classrooms. They also noted our well established school culture, rooted in social emotional learning and restorative justice. 

What we do everyday impacts our community. Today was a day to showcase our program and enjoy positive feedback from professional educators.


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20th Anniversary Carnival!

We celebrated our 20th anniversary with a carnival made possible by Vera Bradley and Blessings in a Backpack. Thank you Blessings in a Backpack for sending food home on the weekends to support food security! Thank you Very Bradley for supporting Blessing in a Backpack...AND selecting GBCS as one of seven schools across the county to host a carnival. We LOVED it! We are grateful to Danielle Jonas for supporting Blessings in a Backpack and for visiting GBCS! It was wonderful to meet her and her husband, Kevin Jonas. You are welcome to come back ANY time!



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Read More About Our 20th Anniversary Carnival Here:

http://greaterbrunswick.org/cms/One.aspx?portalId=324190&pageId=8457128











 


Walk-a-thon

On Saturday, June 2nd , 2018, the Greater Brunswick Charter School (GBCS) will host its 16 th Annual Walk-a-thon.  The focus of our PTO is to provide funds for school field trips, providing meaningful learning experiences for kids. Toward this goal, we ask for your help. Any help you or your business could provide would be greatly appreciated.

Walk-a-thon

On Saturday, June 2nd , 2018, the Greater Brunswick Charter School (GBCS) will host its 16 th Annual Walk-a-thon.  The focus of our PTO is to provide funds for school field trips, providing meaningful learning experiences for kids. Toward this goal, we ask for your help. Any help you or your business could provide would be greatly appreciated.

Walk-a-thon

On Saturday, June 2nd , 2018, the Greater Brunswick Charter School (GBCS) will host its 16 th Annual Walk-a-thon.  The focus of our PTO is to provide funds for school field trips, providing meaningful learning experiences for kids. Toward this goal, we ask for your help. Any help you or your business could provide would be greatly appreciated.

Walk-a-thon

On Saturday, June 2nd , 2018, the Greater Brunswick Charter School (GBCS) will host its 16 th Annual Walk-a-thon.  The focus of our PTO is to provide funds for school field trips, providing meaningful learning experiences for kids. Toward this goal, we ask for your help. Any help you or your business could provide would be greatly appreciated.

Who Are We?

Greater Brunswick Charter School is a free, independent public school founded by area parents and educators in 1998. Located in a newly renovated building in New Brunswick, NJ, our school welcomes a diverse population from New Brunswick, Highland Park, and Edison, as well as other districts around the state.

We are committed to helping students develop strong academic and social skills in a culture that encourages independence and self-directed learning. Through our academic programs, our staff nurtures the students’ intellectual, social, emotional, and physical well-being and provides a well-rounded education of the highest standards.



 



GBCS Enrollment Process:



2019-20 Enrollment Application


We are now accepting Waiting List applications!

Enrollment Applications will be accepted only through this link:

https://greaterbrunswick.schoolmint.net/signup

Please click the Sign Up  link to create a new account.

For assistance and lottery information please contact Lilia at:
732.448.1052 ext. 104 
-or-
lilia.fabila-guilbot
@greaterbrunswick.org





Are you curious to learn about GBCS? Look no further! You will hear about our personal education plans, dual language program, and more! Enjoy our 4 minute video, recorded on May 23, 2017.









HIB Contact Information

Anti-Bullying Coordinator: Carmen Rine
Phone Number: 732-448-1052 extension 102
Email: carmen.rine@greaterbrunswick.org
Address:
Greater Brunswick Charter School
429 Joyce Kilmer Ave
New Brunswick, NJ 08901

Anti-Bullying Specialist: Martha Goz
Phone Number: 732-448-1052 extension 108
Email: martha.goz@greaterbrunswick.org
Address:
Greater Brunswick Charter School
429 Joyce Kilmer Ave
New Brunswick NJ 08901



Click the link below to view our HIB Policy:

HIB.pdf




Water Testing Results for GBCS

The complete and most updated lead testing report is available here:

J136140-1 UDS Level 2 Report Final Report - 6-30-17.pdf

J136140-1 Nj_Enhanced Final Report - 6-30-17.pdf







Cyberbullying Info for Parents

Please click the link below:


https://www.commonsensemedia.org/cyberbullying?j=3539452&e=george.newton@greaterbrunswick.org&l=26783_HTML&u=53711424&mid=7000332&jb=0&utm_source=100716+Default&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=weekly



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