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Parlin, New Jersey
Middlesex County
Sayreville School District
Emma Arleth Elementary School is a public school located in Parlin, New Jersey with 507 students in grades KG-3.
Highlights
Arleth Elementary School supports a positive learning environment utilizing Responsive Classroom techniques to integrate academic, social and emotional learning.
Technology is used on a daily basis including SMART Boards, iPads, Chromebooks, and Document Cameras. The ratio of devices to students is 1:1.
Arleth offers a variety of after school programs including Chorus, STEM, and a Unified Sports program.
Awards

Arleth was recognized as a Special Olympics Unified Champion School.

Location
3198 Washington Road
Parlin, NJ 08859
Contact
Principal: Mr. Robert Preston
732-525-5245
robert.preston@sayrevillek12.net
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Grades
KG-3
White 43%
Black 14%
Asian 14%
Hispanic 25%
American Indian or Native Alaskan 1%
Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander 0%
Multiracial 4%
School size
507
students
Female 44.6%
Male 55.4%
Economically disadvantaged students 37%
Students with disabilities 20%
English learners 5%
Homeless students 0%
Students in foster care 0%
Military-connected students 0%
Migrant students 0%
Students by grade
Average number of students per grade
127
Grade Percent of total students Students
Kindergarten 24%
123
1st Grade 23%
119
2nd Grade 25%
126
3rd Grade 27%
139
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English & language arts proficiency
59%
of students

Math proficiency
64%
of students

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Crime per 100 students
0.6
Incidents per year
Violence 2
Weapons 0
Vandalism 0
Substances 0
Harassment, intimidation, and bullying 1
Total incidents 3
Percent of students absent fewer than 10 days
57%
Days absent Percent of students
0 days 0%
1 to 5 days 19%
6 to 10 days 38%
11 to 15 days 23%
Over 15 days 19%
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English 74.0%
Other 12.0%
Spanish 6.7%
Arabic 2.8%
Polish 2.6%
Gujarati 2.0%
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Learn more about Emma Arleth Elementary School.

Mission

Our mission at the Emma L. Arleth School has three main goals: 1. Prepare students academically, socially, and emotionally by providing them with a safe, caring, and stimulating learning environment. 2. Encourage a healthy and active lifestyle. 3. Promote creativity, a sense of community, and a love for learning.

Academics

All students are exposed to a balanced literacy program which includes guided reading, a hands-on approach to mathematics that follows the Envision program, social studies, and a science program aligned with the Next Generation Science Standards, as well as related arts including music, art, media technology, and physical education. Our kindergarten students learn about 21st century skills. The students use on-line programs including: Raz-Kids, Reading A-Z, ST Math, and Math IXL.

Programs

Arleth students have the opportunity to participate in a wide variety of afterschool and before school activities. These include: Arleth Spirit Squad, Chorus and Math and Literacy Academies. The Arleth PTO sponsors programs including: Fun and Fitness, Super Science, and Arts and Crafts. Unified Sports programs are also offered which include soccer, basketball and track.

Teachers

All Arleth staff members have a variety of opportunities to engage in development opportunities including: attending out of district workshops of their choice, PLC days throughout the year, a district wide staff development day and in-house classes taught by Sayreville University.

Supports

Student supports and services include: Speech, Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, Classes for English Language Learners, Math and Literacy Academies, and Academic Support Instruction. Arleth uses a Response to Intervention (RTI) methodology.

Health

Arleth Elementary School offers many programs to promote the health and wellness of students including: Breakfast in the Classroom, structured recess, Healthy Kids Day activities, Dental Hygiene Day and physical education classes.

Parents

Arleth is very fortunate to have a number of Parent/Community involvement groups and activities. These include: a school-based PTO, a districtwide special education parents group called PROUD, a community- wide Autism Awareness Fair. Our school chorus performs spring and winter concerts at the Sayreville Senior Citizens Center and partners with Sayreville Brain Injured Children (BIC).

Facilities

The original structure of Arleth School was built in 1957; additions to the building occurred in 1959 and 2000. The building has a large cafeteria and multipurpose room and a separate gymnasium/auditorium. There is also a large library with a separate computer lab. Recently, there have been recent upgrades to the heating units in some parts of the building. New energy efficient windows have also been installed in a majority of the building.

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Arleth School offers its students a comprehensive elementary curriculum. As a grade K-3 school of over 500 students, we are dedicated to providing our children with developmentally appropriate early childhood practices in language arts, mathematics, science, social studies, art, music, physical education, health, Spanish, library-media skills and computer literacy. There is an emphasis on the use of technology. Every classroom is equipped with a SMART Board, Document Camera and computer. Classrooms in grades 1, 2, and 3 utilize Chromebooks on a daily basis while the kindergarten classes use iPads to complement their instructional activities.

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