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Technology Services Needed

The Blairstown Township Board of Education is seeking quotes for technology services for the remainder of the 2019-20 School Year.


Please click on this LINK to access the RFQ.  Quotes are due to Mrs. Molly Petty, School Business Administrator, by 9AM on Wednesday, November 20, 2019.

Email System

Please be advised that our email system is down. You will need to call or send in a note for any correspondence. We will let you know once this has been resolved. Thank you!

 Mon, Nov 18th Tues, Nov 19th  Wed, Nov 20th Thurs, Nov 21st Fri, Nov 22nd




Cold Weather Guidelines

cold weatherAs the weather gets colder, we will have to make the daily determination on whether students should go outside for recess. Fresh air is important for our students and we want them to be able to go outside as much as possible. Please dress your children in appropriate clothing for the weather. A jacket and long pants are required when the temperature is below 40 degrees. We do have the gym available for indoor recess and will use that space when we cannot go outside. Thank you for your help with this!


             Last year a check of  $1,600 was given to “Operation Chillout”, which is an all-volunteer not-for-profit homeless veterans outreach program.  Their purpose is to help veterans-in-need and to end homelessness in the general public.

          The organization is building  “Tiny Houses” for  Warren County veterans.  The money we donate will be  used to purchase needed items.

          The project is sponsored by BES’s Student Council.  In addition, the entire school will be involved in making cards thanking the veterans for their service.  Staff members will also be  involved by  holding a “Dress-Casual” Day and donating the money for this project.

     November 11th will  be our “Operation Chillout” Kickoff Day. We are asking each student to bring in $2.00 to be used toward reaching our goal.  Can we surpass last year’s donations? Any amount, smaller or larger, will be appreciated.  We will continue collecting money through November 15th. We are also asking everyone to wear red, white, and blue on Monday to honor our veterans.

          If you would like any further information about this project please go to www.operationchillout.org


The Blairstown Elementary Ski Club is for any member of our community that is interested in joining, there is bus transportation available for BES grade 5 and 6 students only.


Enrollment will be open through Thursday November 21st, 2019.  The on-line registration portal will close at that time and no registration can be accepted after that date.


Forms are available in the BES Gym or online through our website.  Contact Mrs, Reynolds with questions. reynolds@blairstownelem.net            

Ski Club Forms 2019-2020

Blairstown Elementary School App

Please click on the link below to view information on our new app.


BES App Flyer


BES App Parent Letter

Little Free Libraries at Blairstown Elementary School

free libraryfree Blairstown Elementary School is excited to announce the addition of two Little Free Libraries thanks to the Blairstown PTG. The Little Free Libraries are a way for students to read books and are free for anyone to use. You can take books, share books, or leave books. Some books might include a note about who gave it or has read it. Feel free to leave your own note in a book when you are done. Once you have read a book, you can return it to the library or pass it on to a friend. You are also welcome to leave books at the library. One library is located in the front of the school and the other is being installed by the playground. For more information about the Little Free Library, please visit https://littlefreelibrary.org/.

box topsThe Blairstown PTG collects box tops which provides money to our schools. Please watch the following video on how to use your smartphone to earn money for BES.
Important message from the Superintendent

Please click on the link below for an important update:




Please click on the link below
Blairstown Elementary School is seeking the following positions for the 2019-20 school year


* Part-time Custodian




Please click on the Employment Tab on our website for more information.

BES Newsletter

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Our Mission

In partnership with home and community, Blairstown Elementary School is dedicated to the mission of providing an engaging and comprehensive education.

A passion for learning is ignited through an enriched learning environment. While celebrating individuality, our students develop confidence, competence and character.

All students have the opportunity to achieve their highest potential on a quest of lifelong learning to succeed in a global, 21st century.


Certified Sustainable Jersey School

Sustainable Jersey Award


BOE Meetings are held in the Blairstown Elementary School Library @ 7 PM


November 21st - BOE Agenda


User Friendly Budget

Harassment, Intimidation, and Bullying

District Anti-Bullying Coordinator                    
(Education; Curriculum)                             
Dr. Susan Elias
1 Sunset Hill Road           
Blairstown, NJ 07825
(908)362-6111 ext. 104


District Anti-Bullying Specialist                                  Please click on the links below to view
(Incident Reports; Investigations)                           

Mrs. Sheri Brady                                                              Anti-Bullying Report 2017-18
1 Sunset Hill Road
Blairstown, NJ 07825                                                        HIB Investigation Form
(908)362-6111 ext. 109                                             

brady@blairstownelem.net                                  Report & Incident Form