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The InfoSnap Form for the 2021-22 School Year is Now Available

If you child is returning to the Bordentown Regional School district for the 2021-22 please complete the form to verify your information and sign off on all required school agreements. Please note that you will need your snapcode to access the form. Schools will be emailing 2021-2022 snapcodes to parents via email with the next few days.


For those families who ordered yearbooks for their student, please see the distribution schedule below.

In-person students: Yearbooks will be distributed to in-person students during Core 1 on Wednesday, June 16. If you would still like to purchase a yearbook, please send your child to school with $25 cash/check (made out to BRSD) on Wednesday, June 16.

Virtual students: Yearbooks will be available to be picked up for virtual students in the main office from 1 to 2:30 on Tuesday 6/15, Wednesday 6/16 and Thursday 6/17.

If you would still like to purchase a yearbook, please bring $25 cash/check (made out to BRSD) during one of the previous times stated.

Please contact Ms. Jokic at with any questions.

Blood Drive

The Red Cross is experiencing a drastic cancellation of blood drives due to the Coronavirus. They have lost thousand of units of blood donations. Please HELP!!!!

Bordentown Green Fair

Donate your used/unwanted bikes at the 12th Annual Green Fair - Saturday, June 12 between 10am - 3pm. Donations go to the Boys & Girls Club of Trenton
Bicycle Exchange. Please review attached bike donation rules!

8th Grade Promotion

Good Afternoon 8th Grade Families,
Please see the attached letter for important information regarding our upcoming 8th Grade Promotion. If you have any questions, please let us know.

May e-Blast

BRMS May news includes information about 8th Grade Promotion, Yearbooks, Student Council, Girls Soccer and more......

BRMS Digital Bulletin Board - April - Students of the Month

BRMS SOMs are students who exhibit positive character traits and show school involvement.
ELKS SOMs are students who are helpful, respectful to others and show good citizenship. They are hard working, have average to above-average grades, active in the school or local community, and contribute in a positive way to the overall school atmosphere.

May Counselors' Corner

Please check out the May edition of the BRMS Counselors' Corner Newsletter. We hope you and your family find the resources and information helpful!

Q3 Honor Roll

Attached is the list of the BRMS students who earned Honor Roll in the third quarter of the 2020-21 school year. The following method is used to recognize the academic achievement of students during the 10 week marking period. Students who receive between 90-100 in all subjects have earned "Honor Roll of Distinction." Students who receive 80 or above in all subjects have earned "Honor Roll."
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