Registration has started for Kindergarten and 1st Grade students at Bradley Gardens

Registration has started for Kindergarten and 1st Grade students at Bradley Gardens

Bridgewater-Raritan Regional School District has opened its school doors to Kindergarten and 1st Grade students.

“We are excited to announce the opening of registration for Kindergarten and Grade 1
students for the 2024- 2025 school year. We look forward to welcoming our new families and students to the BRRSD community,’’ Walt Kailcki, who is Bridgewater-Raritan Regional School District’s Attendance Officer/Registrar, stated.

He recommended that families act now to sign their children up and explained the process..

Please visit our webpage to access the application form and important details.

 

https://www.brrsd.org/departments/registration

Please submit and complete the registration process as early as possible. Registered
families are assigned to their home school and will eventually begin to receive communications regarding upcoming events such as Kindergarten orientation.

Parents can complete the process remotely and upload all required documents to the
online application. Central Registration is here to answer your questions and assist you with completing the process.

All seven primary schools in Bridgewater-Raritan Regional School District will welcome new students with a wonderful learning experience come September.

Barbara Binford,, the Principal of Bradley Gardens Primary School,  and her  staff are anxious to greet their new pupils.

“Welcome to Bridgewater and we are excited to have you become part of the Bradley Gardens family,’’ she said.

Principal Binford shared facts about her school.

“Bradley Gardens is home to about 280 students in Grades K-4. In 2023, Bradley Gardens performed in the top 94 percent in the state on the state’s annual report card. These accolades are a testament to our amazing and talented staff, or supportive parents, and of course, our eager and responsible kids,” Principal Binford said.

She continued to reveal information on her school.

“The smallest of our seven schools, Bradley Gardens boasts a family feel. We have several events that are unique and promote our spirit and connectedness. Monthly, we have school-wide assemblies that celebrate our students as authors, student of the month, students with healthy habits, techno savvy students, and of course, the big award, the A.W.E. Paw Pride”. 

She concluded.

“Our theme this year is ‘’This is what AWEsome looks like!” “We are striving to display A (appreciation of others), W (willingness to help others), and E (encouragement of others) in all we do! We love celebrating “who is doing their best at BGS.”

Mr. Kalicki offered some final advice.


Should you have any questions or concerns about registration, we can be reached at:
REGISTRAR@BRRSD.K12.NJ.US or Ph:908-685-2777 Extn:937596