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  • WHO WE ARE 

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

    If you're a parent or a member of a child study team that would like to find out more information about our program, you can click Learn More below or fill out our Request Info form for copies of our information packet.

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  • Week in Review: 11/25/2019

    A week of awesomeness! We are incredibly proud of the fantastic achievements of our students and our faculty. Here's what happened this past week: SBJC Lodi Campus students participate in annual Thanksgiving Feast; Director of Curriculum and Assessment, Ashley Vaughan, attends Bergen County Women in Educationa Leadership; SBJC OT Deborah Chilelli-Boru presents Occupational Therapy Intervention in a School-Based Setting; STAR Student provides update on Lodi Campus to the SBJC Board of Education; Lodi Campus Staff attend Foundations to Community Based Instruction training.

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  • SBJC Partners with Felician for Veteran Mentorship Program

    In partnership with Felician University, the SBJC kicked off our first ever Veterans' Mentor program on November 14. And the meeting between the seven SBJC students and three Felician University Student-Veterans was an awesome success.

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  • Lodi Campus Student Spotlight: October 2019

    By Natalia (12th grade). We’re proud to announce Stalin for our Lodi Campus Student Spotlight of October 2019. This student has been a part of SBJC since 2016 and a part of the steam team for the same amount of time. He enjoys wrestling, gaming and is an avid reader. At home he helps takes care of his two younger sisters along with his pet guinea pig named Luna! Another thing to note is that his birthday is this month, so next time you pass by this legend feel free to wish him a happy birth month! He also wishes to be quoted saying, “Mr. Rossi is a great principal...I am excited about the new programs at SBJC!”

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  • Erik Weihenmayer Sparks SBJC's New School Year

    Erik Weihenmayer, Co-Founder of No Barriers USA and the first blind person to climb Mt. Everest, stirred the crowd of SBJC faculty and parents as the keynote speaker of our 2019-2020 New School Year Faculty Convocation. Weihenmayer shared his story of how he uses adversity to his advantage, and how those in the No Barriers family have turned their challenges into...

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  • Lodi Students and Staff Raise Money for Heart Research

    For this year's Hoops for Heart, our SBJC Lodi Campus raised over $1100 for heart disease research. To kick off the event, SBJC Lodi staff faced off in an epic basketball game that ended in a double OT 28-28 tie. It was followed by a student vs. student game of equally epic proportions, as well as an awesome display of sportsmanship.

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  • This is Sarah-Ann Rizzolo, SBJC Teacher/Educational Services Professionals Recognition Program Selection

    Ms. Rizzolo was selected for this year's Teacher Recognition Program. You can read the full story of her SBJC career by clicking on Read More below.

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  • This is Theresa Gallagher, SBJC Teacher/Educational Services Professionals Recognition Program Selection

    Ms. Gallagher was selected for this year's Teacher Recognition Program. Speech Pathologist and Board Certified Behavior Analyst, Ms. Gallagher has been with the SBJC for 21 years. Read her full educational bio here.

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  • This is Mary Payoczkowski, SBJC Teacher/Educational Services Professionals Recognition Program Selection

    Ms. Payoczkowski was selected for this year's Teacher Recognition Program. Lodi Campus Phys. Ed. Teacher and lover of all things fitness, we asked her to share with us a biography of her journey through the educational world.

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