JANUARY 24, 2017 REFERENDUM
Polling Hours 2:00pm - 8:00pm
Superintendent's Letter to the Public
Dr. Blake, former Superintendent, explains the
In a January 21st, 2016
emergent need for structural repairs, sudden classroom closures and assessment of critical structural problems that are the genesis of the Referedum.
In her letter to parents, Dr. Banks provides the public with background on the Capital Project set before the voters on November 8th
Flyers & Newsletters, Info
Fast Facts... a one-page flyer highlighting the important facts of the referendum including cost, tax impact,scope of improvements in each school, and schedule
Project Details... a two-page document describes details of the pending improvements to the High School and Junior High School that the District included in the project application approved by the New Jersey Department of Education.
In a Q&A formatted document, Plain Talk About the Referendum is an "everything you ever wanted to know" statement including the scope of the planned construction, the reasoning behind the improvements, Construction cost, tax impacts, and construction schedule
News & News Releases
Garrison Architect's graphic slide presentation of the individual projects and associated cost and state aid, with floor plans for both the Junior and High School projects, and average tax impact
Engineer's Structural Report on the Phase II investigation of the Block A facade of the Regional High School by Ivan Besica, PE.
Voter Registration Information
In order to vote in the referendum on November 8th, residents must be registered to vote by October 18th. Voter registration applications are available in both the Burlington and Ocean County Clerk’s offices, as well as online for both Burlington County and Ocean County at these links:
Mailing instructions are included on the forms.
Copies of the forms also are available at the main offices at PRJHS and PRHS, as well as at the District Office.