2019 Back to School Information
The 2019-2020 school year begins on Wednesday, September 4. Classes at Hunterdon Central begin at 7:35 AM.
Activity buses run Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays, and depart from the Commons Parking Lot at 3:55 PM. Students must sign up daily, via computers. Activity buses begin on Thursday, September 12, 2019.
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The Hunterdon Central Regional High School District shall provide equal and bias-free access for all pupils to all school facilities, courses, programs, activities, and services, regardless of race, creed, color, national origin, ancestry, age, marital status, affectional or sexual orientation, gender, religion, disability, or socioeconomic status.
For more information, contact:
Affirmative Action Officer:
firstname.lastname@example.org (Phone: 908-284-7132)
Section 504/ADA Title II Compliance Officer/Title VI, Title IX Student Matters Compliance Officer:
Title VI, Title IX Personnel and Employment Practices Compliance Officer:
On the first day of school, students should report to Alpha Homerooms.
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After the first day of school, a student's first block class becomes their homeroom.
Please mark your calendars for this year's Back to School Nights:
September 11, 2019, at 6:00 PM- Students A-L
September 19, 2019 at 6:00 PM - Students L-Z
Please click on the link to view the bell schedule for the opening week of school.
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Hunterdon Central offers students the option to use a school-provided Chromebook or a personally-owned device.
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Hunterdon Central's Daily Bell Schedules
Hunterdon Central's dress code contains regulations on how students should dress for school. Students who are dressed inappropriately will receive one warning. Subsequent violations will result in disciplinary consequences for students; parents will be called to pick up the student from school or bring a change of clothes.
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HC Dress Code Regulations
Please click to download and print:2019-2020 Free & Reduced Lunch Form in English
2019-2020 Como Solicitar Comidas Escolares Ggratis o A Precio Reducio - en Espanol
It is essential that information on Student Health Emergency Cards be submitted to Hunterdon Central by August 17, 2018. This year, information must be updated/submitted electronically. For complete details, please go to:
Emergency Card/Parent Consent & Permissions Forms.
If changes to the information need to be made during the school year, please notify Grade Level Health Offices, in writing.
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Health Office Information and Contacts
To report a student absence, please call your child's grade level House Office. Please click to view: House Office Contact Information
Hunterdon County Safe Communities Coalition, in conjunction with interested parents, community agencies and local law enforcement, invites you to participate in the Safe Homes Initiative, a program of invaluable support for teenagers and their families. This is a national initiative designed to coordinate pledges from local families who agree to host only supervised, drug and alcohol-free gatherings for teens at their homes.
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Hunterdon Central Regional High School is a totally smoke-free environment. No smoking will be permitted on campus at any time, anywhere, at any event.
The Board of Education provides a secondary student accident insurance policy for all students. The agent is Bob McCloskey Insurance. Your family health policy provides primary coverage, and all claims must be submitted to that company first.
The Student Handbook for 2019-2020 will be posted as soon as it is available.
During the first week of school, students will be shown how to access the Handbook, and will be required to sign a form indicating that they have been shown how to access the Handbook online and are responsible for its contents.
Parents/Guardians will have access to the Student Handbook on this website and through their Aspen parent login, and will be directed to indicate their awareness of the handbook via the Aspen parent login.
Food Services Webpage.
On the first day of school, students will receive their course schedules in their assigned Alpha Homerooms. Students must follow this schedule. Students may make an appointment to see their counselors if there is a course missing or an error has occurred in course placement for First Semester.
Please note that in order to use the technology at Hunterdon Central, each student must abide by the Student Network/Internet Agreement.
Any questions about the policy can be directed to the Information System Department.
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- Grade 9 and new student pictures will be taken during orientations on August 28.
- Grade 10 student pictures will be on September 6
- Grade 11 student pictures will be taken on September 9
- Students who are unable to attend orientation, and whose last names begin with the letters A-L, will have pictures taken on September 6.
- Students who are unable to attend orientation, and whose last names begin with the letters M-Z, will have pictures taken on September 9.
Photos taken will be used for student ID's and yearbook photos.You have the option to purchase a photo package directly from the photographer, Milan Rose. Instructions on ordering and paying for student picture packages can be found here:
Student Photo Package Flyer
Tutorials are held on Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays.