Byram Township School District News

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    Byram Schools Reopening Letter

    Please read the attached letter in regards to and update on the district plans for reopening in the fall. 

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  • Marking Period 4 Honor Rolls

    Byram Township Schools is pleased to announce the Honor Rolls for the third marking period.

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  • Free Summer Meals

    Attention Students, Parents and Guardians!


    The United States Department of Agriculture's (USDA) Summer Food Service Program provides free meals when school is out.


    Please see attachments for eligibility, locations and other information.

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  • Free and Reduced Meal Applications

    This is a reminder that free and reduced meal applications are on the website in the e-backpack under District Notices. Applications can be completed and remitted at any time during the year.

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  • Online Student Registration Portal

    We are pleased to announce our online registration portal is now available!

    More information and links are located under the Parent Resources tab on our district site. 

    New Student Registration

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  • Kindergarten Parent Orientation has been cancelled

    Kindergarten Parent Orientation has been cancelled.  It will be rescheduled as soon as possible!

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  • Byram Township Schools Helpdesk

    Hours: Monday-Friday 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM


    Phone: 973-347-1047 Ext.4444
    (Dial 4444 at any time to reach the helpdesk)

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  • Notice Regarding 2020-2021 School Start/End Times

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  • Essential Personnel Childcare - Closure of Non-Essential Childcare Centers - Executive Order 110

    Executive Order 110 - (See Attached)

    All childcare centers must close EXCEPT for:
    • Centers registered with DCF to provide care to children of COVID-19 Essential Personnel
    • Home-based centers serving five or fewer children
    • Centers on federal property such as military bases


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  • Randolph YMCA Before & After School Care Program

    The Randolph YMCA offers Before & After School Care for students attending Byram Township School District. We have added a link to their website with further information located under Parent Resources.

    More Information

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Welcome to The Byram Township School District

Byram TownshipOpens in a new browser tab is located in Sussex County in Northwest New Jersey. Easily accessible by Route 80 and intersected by Route 206, the township covers 22.48 square miles and has a population of about 8000. The area is best characterized as “rural, growing and open”.  

The Byram Township School District is governed by a seven-member board of education.  Currently, there are two schools serving approximately 900 Byram students. Most of Byram's students go on to attend Lenape Valley Regional High SchoolOpens in a new browser tab with students from neighboring StanhopeOpens in a new browser tab and NetcongOpens in a new browser tab.


Byram Schools is a School Choice district.
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 Click the above image to see our lunch menus and learn more about our lunch program.

Mission Statement

The Byram Township Board of Education is dedicated to prepare students to be life-long learners with high self-esteem, strong interpersonal skills, and social values in an environment that encourages them to reach their full potential. 
To support this vision, the Board of Education promises;

To the Children:

We will provide a learning environment that utilizes curricula and technologies of the highest standard, fosters creativity, recognizes that each child learns differently and promotes physical development and emotional well-being.

To the Staff:

We will provide visionary leadership and an atmosphere that:
Supports professional development; Acknowledges accomplishments; 
Encourages open two-way communication & Allocates district resources equitably.

To the Parents:

We will recognize our partnership role and create a welcoming environment of open, two-way communication and participation.

To the Community:

We will become a leading district in the field of elementary education that utilizes sound financial management and fiscal responsibility.