2021-2022 School Year Information

2021-2022 Back to School Information

Hunterdon Central is committed to offering a full day of in-person school every day, for all students. Please click on the link to view: 2021-2022 Safe Opening Plan which includes information on all safety protocols that will be followed when school opens.

Affirmative Action Statement & Contacts

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:
Danielle Zurawiecki (Phone: 908-284-7160)

Homeless Liaison:
Danielle Zurawiecki (Phone: 908-284-7160)

Section 504/ADA Title II Compliance Officer/Title VI, Title IX Student Matters Compliance Officer:
Carol Webb (Phone: 908-284-7249)

Title VI, Title IX Personnel and Employment Practices Compliance Officer:
Shunda Williams (Phone: 908-284-7180)

Title VI, Title IX Contract Award/Business Practices Compliance Officer:
Heather Spitzer (Phone: 908-284-7110)


Hunterdon Central has scheduled Back to School Nights on September 22 and September 30. Detailed information will be sent out closer to those dates.

Bell Schedule

As the school year begins, we anticipate having two lunch periods each day, following this bell schedule. Students' schedules (in Aspen) will include information on their assigned lunch period.


Please click on the link to view: 2021-2022 School Year Calendar & A/B Day Calendar


Hunterdon Central offers students the option to use a school-provided Chromebook or a personally-owned device.

To learn more about the Chromebook and BYOD computer programs, please click to access the Information Systems Webpage.


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.

Please click to view:

HC Dress Code Regulations

FERPA Information

The Family Educational Rights and Privacy act (FERPA) requires that Hunterdon Central, with certain exceptions, obtain your written consent prior to disclosing personally identifiable information from your child's educational records. However, the District is allowed to disclose appropriately designated "directory information" without written consent, unless you have advised us to the contrary. Please click to visit the FERPA Information Webpage for more information.


As we begin the 2021-2022 School year, the basic "full lunch” is free to all students. Ala carte items are available for purchase.

Detailed information is posted on our Food Services Webpage .


It is essential that information on Student Health Emergency Cards be submitted to Hunterdon Central by September 1, 2021. 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.

Please click to view:

Health Office Information and Contacts


On Monday, July 19, 2021, the Board approved the Superintendent's recommendation of no extracurricular activity participation fee for the 2021-2022 school year.


To report a student absence, please call your child's grade level House Office. Please click to view: House Office Contact Information


Hunterdon Central Regional High School is a totally smoke and vape-free environment. No smoking or vaping 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.


During the first week of school, students will be shown how to access the Student 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.

Click to view:

Hunterdon Central’s Student Handbook.