Roxbury Public Schools

Preparing the children of today for tomorrow...

Superintendent's Message

  • From the desk of Superintendent's Message
    Loretta Radulic 
    Superintendent of Roxbury Public Schools
    Dear Parents and Students:
    We value our mission and vision to “prepare the students of today for tomorrow.”  As such, we are about to embark on a journey where our destination is as yet unknown.  To discover the destination will require the thoughtfulness and voice of many people, most importantly our students, parents, and community members.  The administration, teachers and Board of Education cannot determine the destination without you.  Therefore, it’s imperative that you review the district website often, attend some “Sit and Chat” meetings with the Superintendent, and participate in upcoming surveys.  I will be sending out periodic Honeywell messages to keep you informed.  However, I also don’t want to inundate you with them, so follow me on twitter @LorettaRadulic1.
    We have three very clear goals for the upcoming school year.  You can review the District Goals and our Action Plans here.  Our fourth goal will require input and consideration.   We have tentatively called the fourth goal Roxbury Reimagined, but we are open to suggestions. Roxbury Reimagined encompasses the first three District Goals and applies them towards the development of 2500+ square feet of space at the high school.  What will that space be converted into?  What are the needs of our students?  Where are the gaps?  How can we help more students discover their passions in life?  These are the questions that we must answer together. Central Office Administration will be speaking about our District Goals at the upcoming Board of Education meeting on September 19th. We invite you to attend so you can be a part of the planning.  
    Roxbury is already in the top 100 communities to work and live and, according the NJ Monthly 2016, our high school is ranked #52, within the top 15% of high schools in New Jersey!  95% of our students graduate high school and 88% go on to attend college.  To maintain and surpass our current status, we must continue to be progressive.  There remains room for growth until all of our students graduate having uncovered the spark that sets their direction and ignites their passion in life.  I invite you to join the administration and Board of Education on this journey.  Your input and ideas will help guide the way and discover the destination.  Please join me on September 19th.
    We look forward to hearing your ideas.
    Yours in Education,
    Loretta Radulic




  •  2016-2017 School Calendar
    The following revisions to our 16/17 School Calendar were approved at the Board of Ed meeting on September 6, 2016:
    • November 8, 2016 - School Closed, Election Day
    • Thursday, December 22, 2016 - Full Day for Students and Staff
    • Friday, December 23, 2016 - 4½-hour Day for Students and Staff

    Click here for a printable version of our revised school calendar.



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  • 2016 Spring PARCC Results
    Click here to review the PowerPoint presented by Chuck Seipp, Assistant Superintendent at the September 6th Board of Education Meeting.

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  • Roxbury New Jersey School Performance Reports 2015-2016

    Please click here to view the New Jersey School Performance Report for 2015-2016.


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    Roxbury Schools Transportation PowerPoint Presentation

    Please click here to download the Roxbury School District Transportation PowerPoint presentation from the June 6th board of education meeting.


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  • Water Test Results

    Please see the letter from Mrs. Radulic, Superintendent of Schools, regarding the District's water testing results.


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  • Roxbury School District Transportation Modifications

    Please click here for an update to the modifications to the bussing routes effective in the 2016-2017 school year.  Frequently Asked Questions abou the modifications can be accessed here.



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  • PARCC Corrective Action Plan

    PARCC Corrective Action Plan


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  • Facilities Usage Request Form
    The Facilities Usage Request Form can be found under the District Offices and Buildings & Grounds page.

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Who We Are

  • Vision:

    Preparing the children of today for tomorrow...


    The Roxbury Township Public Schools, a dynamic and thriving district, in partnership with a supportive and collaborative community, inspires and empowers all learners to flourish as ethical and global citizens in the 21st century.


    Map of Roxbury NJ Our district is located in Morris County, approximately 36 miles west-northwest of New York City, 12.8 miles west-northwest of Morristown, New Jersey and 26 miles east of the Delaware Water Gap on the border of New Jersey and Pennsylvania. Approximately 23,000 residents in the towns of Landing, Lower Berkshire Valley, Kenvil, Succasunna, Ledgewood, and Port Morris, live within the district’s 22-square mile boundary. Students who live in Mt. Arlington, and parts of Wharton and Flanders send their students to attend High School in Roxbury. 

    In 2011, Roxbury became the first community in the state to be honored as one of America’s Promise 100 Best Communities for Young People, thanks to its dedication to youth. The Township operates more than 200 programs to serve the children within its boundaries.  In 2014, ranked Roxbury No. 42 in its list of 50 Safest Cities in New Jersey.
    We offer smaller class sizes and individual attention along with a variety of extra-curricular opportunities and a range of honors, advanced placement and college-preparatory courses. 
    Are you a new resident of Roxbury? Welcome! Read our At Home in Roxbury brochure. 
    District Strategic Plan

    In 2014, Roxbury competed its five-year strategic plan. To view presentations and information on planning meeting outcomes, click here

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