HOME VISITS AVAILABLE:
In an effort to increase our partnership with families, to ensure positive outcomes for our students, PECEC offers home visits. Research has shown that a key to a successful school experience is a successful home-school partnership. Home visits offer invaluable insights about students and their families. For more information, feel free to contact Jamillah Parker at 609-893-8141 ext. 1521.
Drop-N-Go Permission Form
This form must be returned to school to allow students to be dropped off and picked up at the designated hallway, during the designated times. After this form has been returned to the school, you will receive instructions to arrange to have their photo taken for their school-issued identification. During pick-up, authorized adults must provide their school-issued identification. Students will NOT be released to an individual without the proper school-issued identification.
RESTRAINT SYSTEM/BOOSTER SEAT REQUIREMENTS ON BUSES
New Jersey Statute (NJSA 39:3-76.2a), exempts school buses from the restraint system or booster seat requirement (see below). This exemption applies only to school buses (i.e. those that are yellow and equipped with a warning light system). If a school vehicle is used (i.e. school vehicles that are designed to carry 9 or fewer passengers) the law requiring a restraint system or booster seat applies.
39:3-76.2a Child passenger restraint system; booster seat, use; failure to use not contributory negligence; inadmissibility in evidence.
1. Every person operating a motor vehicle, other than a school bus, equipped with safety belts who is transporting a child under the age of eight years and weighing less than 80 pounds on roadways, streets or highways of this State, shall secure the child in a child passenger restraint system or booster seat, as described in Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard Number 213, in a rear seat. If there are no rear seats, the child shall be secured in a child passenger restraint system or booster seat, as described in Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard Number 213. In no event shall failure to wear a child passenger restraint system or to use a booster seat be considered as contributory negligence, nor shall the failure to wear the child passenger restraint system be admissible as evidence in the trial of any civil action.