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EARLY DISMISSAL ON Wed. Nov. 21 at 1:15pm.
Happy Thanksgiving...

Please click below for an important announcement:
Rebuilding One Life at a Time
Please visit the Guidance page of this website for Parent and Child resources following a hurricane.

Peanut butter and jelly will no longer be served for lunch until further notice.

Thank you for your patience and understanding while the website undergoes a transition to a new program. Watch for our newly designed website coming soon!


                                                    Our School

The Emma L. Arleth School is a kindergarten through third grade elementary school with a population of approximately 520 students and 50 members of the teaching faculty, staff, and administration. We have five sections of each grade level as well as three self-contained special education classes and three multiply disabled classes. The original building has been expanded to include new classrooms, a computer lab, a library media center, and a large gymnasium/auditorium, which is used for district athletics and community recreation programs.

Mission Statement

Arleth's Mission is to prepare our students to meet the academic, emotional, and social challenges of the future by providing them with a safe, caring, and stimulating learning environment where our children can respect themselves and others, and recognize the need to pursue excellence in every area of their lives. At Arleth School, we all work in cooperation with each other to make sure that all of our students learn in creative and meaningful ways.
We are the Arleth All-Stars!


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 Principal's Letter

Arleth School Report Card
2010-2011

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District Anti-Bullying Coordinator
Marilyn Zeichner-Shediack, Assistant Superintendent (Telephone # 732-525-5226)

Arleth Elementary School Safety Team Members & Anti-Bullying Specialist
Timothy Byrne, Principal