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    The SBJC is a public New Jersey school district serving 300+ students throughout the Bergen County area. We have three main campuses and four annexes in seven towns. We also provide transportation, professional development, and related services.

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  • SBJC Announces Professional Development Partnership with Felician University

    The SBJC is excited to announce that we have recently partnered with Felician University to develop and offer a professional development training series that will take place throughout the 2018-2019 school year. The training series, Promoting Effective Best Practices for Children with Autism, will be led by Dr. John Burke, the Executive Director of the International Center for Autism & Disabilities Research in Education through Felician University's School of Education.

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  • Students Participate in Cyber Coding Competition

    As part of SBJC's effort to expand our students' learning opportunities in STEAM, the SBJC Lodi Campus signed up to participate in the Cyber Robotics Coding Competition. Cyber Robotics Coding Competitions are online student coding competitions, run at the district, state or regional level where students and schools compete online to showcase their coding skills.

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  • SBJC’s Lodi Campus receives BCUA environmental grant for garden program

    For the past eleven years, the Bergen County Utility Authority has been awarding grants to Bergen County schools to assist in establishing or advancing recycling programs. And for the past ten years, Dr. Mark Raum, SBJC physical therapist, has won the SBJC funding to grow a Lodi Campus recycling program.

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  • Back to School Forms

    Welcome to the 2018-19 school year at the South Bergen Jointure Commission! We hope you had a wonderful, relaxing, and joyful summer! With the beginning of a new school year, we need to gather some new information or update our school's records regarding your child. Please visit the Parents Section of our website and click on New School Paperwork to download the forms.

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  • SBJC Professional Development Offerings 2018-19

    The South Bergen Jointure Commission works in collaboration with its participating districts to offer full and half-day workshops for teachers and support staff throughout the school year. The South Bergen Jointure Commission encourages and welcomes participants from both Jointure affiliated and non-affiliated districts. On-site daytime, after-school and evening trainings for teachers, administrators, related service providers and paraprofessionals, as well as parent trainings, may also be provided upon request.

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  • Garden Farm Stands

    STARs(Students Transitioning to Adult Responsibilities) were in charge of two farm stands at our Lodi Campus during our Summer Extended School Year, and they were both an awesome success. Students picked basil, parsley, kale, mixed lettuce, beets, cucumbers, tomatoes, eggplants, and zucchini, and then sold the produce to faculty and staff of the SBJC. All proceeds made from the farm stands go right back into the Garden Program. These two vegetable sales brought in seventy dollars that will be used to purchase seeds and materials for our upcoming seasons. A big thank you to all staff who helped and supported the program! We will keep you posted regarding our next harvest.

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  • WorkShop Opens September

    Our STARSs (Students Transitioning to Adult Responsibilities) and STEAM Program are joining together for our latest venture: the WorkShop. Students preparing for post-secondary life will get the opportunity to learn job skills while providing services for their peers throughout Southern Bergen county. The program is the first of its kind and is intended to: (a) enhance SBJC students abilities to participate in work that mimics twenty-first century jobs; and (b) enhance the SBJC STEAM program’s ability to make itself accessible to the technological needs of schools that are members of the South Bergen Jointure Commission.

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  • SBJC Students Take First at Innovation Fair

    East Rutherford -- At an event where twelve school districts showed off their innovations, it was a group of students from the South Bergen Jointure Commission that took home the overall innovation award.

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