Proof of Residency (You must provide four (4) items from the following list):
- Property tax bills, deeds, contracts of sale, leases mortgages, signed letters from landlords and other evidence of property ownership, tenancy or residency documents
- Voter registrations, licenses, permits, financial account information, utility bills, delivery receipts, and other evidence of personal attachment to a particular location
- Court orders, State agency agreements and other evidence of court or agency placements or directives
- Receipts, bills, canceled checks and other evidence of expenditures demonstrating personal attachment to a particular location, or, where applicable, to support of the student
- Medical reports, counselor or social worker assessments, employment documents, benefit statements, and other evidence of circumstances demonstrating, where applicable, family or economic hardship, or temporary residency
- Affidavits, certifications and sworn attestations pertaining to statutory criteria for school attendance, from the parent, legal guardian, person keeping an “affidavit student,” adult student, person(s) with whom a family is living, or others as appropriate
- Documents pertaining to military status and assignment
- Any business record or document issued by a governmental entity
- Any other form of documentation relevant to demonstrating entitlement to attend school
Current Lease (if you are a renter)
If you have any questions, please call Jennifer Germana at 609-822-1447 x 365.
By clicking the link, you can see the raw scores of the data and the sum of the ratings (total score) for all eight core elements, which the district submitted for both schools last spring. The Department of Education has issued the following regarding these grades: "The grade (64 of 75) is not to be represented by a letter grade. It is represented by the sum of the ratings for all of eight core elements."Beginning with the September 2011-2012 school year, our district has conscientiously implemented the requirements found in the Anti Bullying Bill of Rights Act by :
2) Both the ABC and the two building specialists (ABS) have attended several trainings related to their responsibilities since the inception of the HIB legislation.
|2014-2015 Kindergarten Registration is by Appointment Only.|
Call Mrs. Gitto at 822-2080 ext. 300.
Principal - Eugene A. Tighe School
Director of Special Projects/Grants & Accountability Reporting
Director of the Dominick A. Potena Performing Arts Center
I have been a Principal and Director of Special Projects in the Margate Public Schools since 2000. Previously I was a supervisor in Galloway Township for two years where I coordinated both the Basic Skills and ESL programs as well as all activities requiring special revenue funding. Before that, I was the Supervisor of Humanities for four years at Clayton Middle/High School in Gloucester County where I was responsible for the curriculum, budget, and staffing in the language arts, world languages, and social studies areas.
I taught high school English in New Jersey and New York for 15 years in both Catholic and public schools. I was also a baseball and basketball coach during that time. Currently, I am an adjunct professor in the FDU Teacher Training Program. I previously taught in Stockton's Alternate Route Program for 8 years and was an adjunct professor in Georgian Court University's graduate program (administration).
I have a masters degree in secondary education from St. John's University and a masters in Administration and Curriculum Development from Georgian Court University in Lakewood. I have lived in Lacey Township in Ocean County since 1986.
At Tighe News you can find information about Tighe School that parents want to know !(including Wednesday Folder Reminders, Important School Information, etc.)