Roxbury Public Schools

Preparing the children of today for tomorrow...


  • 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.
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  • Back to School Packets UPDATE
    The Genesis parent portal is now open to begin reviewing and acknowledging back to school documents.  Please go to and select your child's school to review the documents and forms for the new school year.  
    You will need to review and complete all of the forms that are marked as REQUIRED on the back to school website for your child's school.  School bus route information and class placement/schedules will be available through the parent portal beginning on Monday, August 24th.  Please note class placement/schedules will not be available if you have not completed the acknowledgement of the required forms in the parent portal. 


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  • Volunteers Need for Pan-American Fistball Games

    Roxbury Township is hosting the Pan American Fistball Games from August 27 to 30 at the Swim and Sport Club in Flanders. 

    Volunteers are needed for grounds set up, team hosting, greeting and registration, line keeping and scorekeeping, merchandising and parking. 


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  • Website Redesign
    Over the next few weeks, and the school sites are being redesigned to be more compatible with mobile devices and the content is being reorganized and updated.  We will be publishing a document that will review how to find the most commonly requested items towards the end of August.  

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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

  • 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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Superintendent's Message

  • July 28, 2015

    Dear Roxbury Families,

    I hope you are enjoying your summer, playing and exploring, having fun and enjoying your time away from school. It’s important for children to continue learning over the summer. Encourage them to pick up a book as much as possible and read, even if it is just for 15 minutes every day. As Dr. Seuss said, “The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you'll go.”

    Where you travel over the summer also presents an opportunity to expand your knowledge. Museums, state parks and even restaurants can expose children to new experiences that inform them about culture and life beyond the classroom.

     Keep learning, Roxbury!

    Patrick Tierney, Ed.D.
    Superintendent of Schools