Craig School New Jersey

HS Week of February 14th



2nd Trimester Progress Reports will be coming home with your teen at the end of next  week (Thursday, Feb. 17th).  If you have any questions or need clarification on any progress report, please feel free to email that teacher directly (teacher email addresses are on each progress report).  


Each student’s COACH will be reviewing the progress reports with their COACHees during afternoon support starting this week through next week.  This will allow our students to be active participants in understanding their progress in specific classes, gain clarity on areas they need to continue to work on and be a part of the game planning necessary to set and achieve any decided goals.  


Have an awesome Super Bowl. Go Bengals! 

Dr. Cap



Monday, February 14th-Tuesday, February 22nd

March Lunch Delivery Ordering Window Open (


Monday, February 14th 

Bowling Info Session for Students (2:30 PM, Room 104)


Tuesday, February 15th  

CSHS Hoops Practice (3-4:30 PM) 


Wednesday, February 16th 

Craig High Alumni Virtual Grad Panel (11:00-11:40AM)


Thursday, February 17th 

2nd Trimester Progress Reports Coming Home


Friday, February 18th

12PM Close: Mid-Winter Break


Monday, February 21st 

School Closed: Mid-Winter Break


Tuesday, February 22nd  

CSHS Hoops Practice (3-4:30 PM) 


Wednesday, February 23rd

Afterschool Bowling Intramural League (4:30 PM Pick Up, Boonton Lanes)







Craig School  Virtual Grad Panel 2022,

Weds Feb 16th (11AM): We are excited to extend an invitation to all of our Craig parents to join our 11th and 12th-grade students for our 2nd annual virtual grad panel this Wednesday, February 16th from 11-11:40AM.  To register in advance for the grad panel go to:   

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the Feb 16th Zoom.   


We have assembled quite a special team of former Craig grads who will be sharing their insights into navigating the college landscape from choosing a school and major to the challenges of college to the resources available to students with learning disabilities.  We hope you will join us. Below are mini-profiles of this year’s grad panel speakers:


Wesley - Class of 2021

Bryant University, Smithfield, Rhode Island (

  • Major: Business
  • Member of Delta Alpha Pi (Honor Society that recognizes students with learning disabilities)
  • Intramural Dodgeball Club
  • Courses taken include Economics, Calculus, Global Foundations of Business
  • “Best things about Bryant are the accessibility services and the academic labs”


Malya - Class of 2021

Monmouth University, West Long Branch, New Jersey (

  • Major: Health Studies
  • Rushing a Sorority
  • Courses taken include intro to Psych, Art Appreciation, Composition 2, Info Technology
  • “Best thing about Monmouth is it is 10 minutes from the beach!”


Kevin - Class of 2021

County College of Morris, Randolph, New Jersey (

  • Major: Information Technology with a Cyber Security Focus
  • Currently working for Verge Tel Group, an ISP in Australia
  • Courses taken include Ethical Hacking, Database Programming, Network Security
  • “Best thing about CCM is it's local, it's cheap, and it allows for full credit transfer to many NJ colleges”


Amanda - Class of 2020

Franklin Pierce University, Rindge, New Hampshire (

  • Major: Undecided but leaning towards Women Studies
  • Member of a Reading Club and a Harry Potter Club
  • Volunteer at a Kitty Rescue Center
  • Courses taken include Printmaking, Stats, Literature, and Women's Studies
  • “Best thing about Franklin Pierce is we have a huge lake near the college where we can ice skate in the winter, swim and jet ski in the summer!” 


Maya - Class of 2020

Centenary University, Hackettstown, New Jersey (

  • Major: Elementary Education with Special Education Certification
  • Ski Club and Outdoors Club
  • Member of Delta Kappa Epsilon (Honors Organization for Education Majors)
  • Courses taken include Early Childhood, Foundations in Education, Stas for Social Sciences, Writing Composition
  • “Best thing about Centenary is it's so close to home!” 





Lower School - Dr. Seuss Breakfast is coming up soon on Friday March 4th and we need volunteers to help make it spectacular!  Below is a sign up genius where you can volunteer to either help us decorate the cafeteria and make Dr. Seuss themed treats on Thursday March 3rd OR volunteer to serve the breakfast on Friday March 4th.  This is a super fun event and we need your help to make it happen.  Any questions, please reach out to us at


Dr. Seuss Breakfast - set up and serving sign up


PACS-  HS Events

High School - Read Across America is a much loved event by our students.  We want to make it special for them by providing fun Dr. Seuss themed treats that we will be making / assembling in our Craig High School kitchen.  We need your help to make this a super fun event.  We are looking for volunteers to come to the kitchen Thursday morning March 3rd from drop off to 11:30 am.  You can sign up using the link below.   Any questions, please contact Amanda Jahn at


Read Across America - treat creations




Log onto our store, browse our items, order for your student and your family and The Craig School receives 20% of the order! All of the proceeds from this go towards the community events that we have planned throughout the year for you and your students to enjoy!


PACS Executive Committee information along with membership forms are on our website.

It is not too late to join our membership drive, please email Angelina Bright, PACS PRESIDENT at












CHS Winter Sports-Intramural Bowling League: Our Intramural Bowling League starts up next Wednesday, February 23rd and then on the following Wednesdays in February-March:

  • Feb. 23rd 
  • March 2nd
  • March 9th 
  • March 16th 

We will get our bowlers to the lanes and pick up will be at Boonton Lanes (520 Myrtle Avenue) at 4:30PM.  We will cover the cost of the bowling.  Students will be responsible for any snacks and drinks from the concession stand.  We will host a student info session for students who want to find out what CSHS Bowling is all about on Monday! Any questions, email Ms. Crum at 


 JV Hoops Team 2022:  The JV Basketball Team will be starting its winter season this week!  The team is CO-ED, open to all students, and a great opportunity to improve fitness and basic basketball skills while being a part of a dynamic and supportive team.  All practices will be held in Montville (24 Changebridge Road) at the new  Gym from 3-4:30PM on the Tuesday dates below.  


Practice Dates (Tuesday Afterschool Feb-March)


  • Tuesday February 15th
  • Tuesday February 22nd
  • Tuesday March 1st
  • Tuesday March 8th 
  • Tuesday March 15th  
  • Tuesday March 22nd 


Players will receive a reversible BLACK and WHITE jersey with their number printed on both colors.  They will be returned to CSHS at the end of the season.  All home hoop games will be played during the school day.  Game times, dates, and spectator protocols TBD.  If you have any questions, feel free to touch base with Coach Norton at  







Save the Date!

Saturday, May 21, 2022

A Walk to Honor Janet M. Cozine


Thank you for participating in The Janet M. Cozine Fund.  We appreciate all of the gifts and messages received from our current families, alumni families, alumni, faculty, and staff.  Although we are well on our way towards raising the $265,000, there are still funds to be raised.

Please consider giving by using the donate button on this page.


You can also share our campaign mission with others. on social media, ask your company for a matching gift, or speak to others that may be interested in the Janet M. Cozine Auditorium.


Thank you again for your support of The Craig School.




Ordering  Lunch Delivery for March:  The ordering window for ordering March Lunch Delivery will open Monday, February 14th and run through Tuesday, February 22nd.  To register to place orders or to re-order,  go to  


Just an FYI that next month (our April food orders), MyFoodDays will be adding a 99¢ per order processing fee.  Previously, this charge was only applied if an order was under $25.  Even with the fee, they are still the best deal in the online food ordering industry for schools.  If you have any questions, reach out to our  Lunch Program Chair and Parent, Amanda Jahn at 


Craig School Emergency Contact System:  The Craig School uses a multi-tiered communication system that provides to our families, the highest level of certainty that you are made aware of any change in the opening or closing status of Craig Lower Middle School and Craig High.  Our various communication tiers include:  

  • Craig Notification Call System:  The Craig Notification call is a voice activated system so you need to say HELLO once and allow the system to activate.  If you say HELLO followed by another HELLO in rapid succession, the system will not activate and not start the recorded message.  If you are unable to take the call, it will leave a message. 
  • School Email Blast:  We will send out an email blast to all of our families and students.  Keep in mind that emails are dependent on the internet so if that’s down, so are emails.
  • Text  Dr. Cap:  As a last resort to check school status, you can always text Dr. Cap at (973)534-9054.   


DROP IN OPEN OFFICE HOURS with Dr. Loftin, Head of School

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday- LS/MS Campus  2:00pm -3:00pm

Thursday - High School Campus - 2:00pm- 3:00pm

These hours are open for parents to schedule a meeting, drop in and discuss any issues or concerns or to just say hello.





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