Our School: ParentsAt People’s Prep, we strongly believe that family involvement and support are key factors in student success. Therefore, we strive to cultivate positive and productive relationships with the families of all of our students. In turn, we encourage and expect parents and guardians to be active partners in their children’s education.

What does this family-school partnership look like? It includes:

  • Attending an August orientation session for students, families, and teachers
  • Attending ​four​ parent-teacher conferences per year
  • Attending school-wide celebrations of learning, performances, and events
  • Taking part in regular teacher-family phone calls
  • Participating in ​Parent Council
  • Attending parent training sessions hosted by The Office of College Placement

It’s true – we expect families to go the extra mile. In return, families receive the satisfaction of taking an active role in their students’ education, and becoming an integral part of the People’s Prep community.

Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights Act

Beginning with the September 2011-2012 school year, our school has conscientiously implemented the requirements found in the Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights Act. Since our implementation of the Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights Act, our school has made progress in addressing and improving harassment, intimidation and bullying and the school climate and culture by utilizing the Self-Assessment to develop our district’s HIB prevention and intervention programs and strengthen policies and practices.

Anti-Bullying Coordinator -Morgan Clark, mclark@peoplesprep.org, 973-622-1790
Anti-Bullying Specialist – Brianna McNeil, bmcneil@peoplesprep.org, 973-622-1790

Please click here to view our HIB grade for the 2016-2017.

Volunteer / Parent Involvement

People’s Prep always welcomes the help and support of our families. Parents interested in providing support with activities like student recruitment, school events, parent engagement, and community outreach should call our Office Manager, Ana Lopez at 973-622-1790.