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Meet with the Members of the SCVTS/SCSSSD Board of Education

The Board of Education of the Special Services School District and the Vocational Technical School District of the County of Salem meets the fourth Tuesday of the month at 7:00 p.m. in the Board Conference Room at the SCVTS Central Administration Building unless otherwise noted.


SCVTS Community Advisory Board

The Board of the Special Services School District and the Vocational Technical School District for the County of Salem appoints a citizen's advisory board to provide community input to the Board of Education and administration. The Community and Staff Advisory Board assists the district in achieving its mission, which is to provide Salem County residents with educational programs leading to employment, preparation for higher education leading to employment, and for lifelong learning.

Harassment, Intimidation, & Bullying Policy

The Career and Technical High School have programs and policies in place to address harassment, intimidation, and bullying issues if they arise. Consequences for incidents of bullying are listed in the Student Code of conduct in the Student/Parent Handbook.

For more information about our bullying policies and remedial measures, you can contact the Anti-Bullying Specialist Ms. Lacey DeBellis, her contact number is (856) 769-0101 (Ext. 5318)

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Bullying & Affirmative Action Policies

The Board of Education of the Special Services School District and the Vocational School District of the County of Salem affirms its responsibility to ensure all students in public schools of the Salem County Vocational Technical Schools shall not be discriminated against for admission to, or in obtaining any advantages, privileges or courses of study of the school by reason of sex, race, color, creed, religion, ancestry, national origin, social, economic, political affiliation, marital status, sexual orientation, or non-applicable handicap. (18A 36:36-20 and U.S. Title IX - Prohibiting Sex Discrimination)

Reporting Missing & Abused Children

The board of education recognizes early detection of missing, abused, or neglected children are important in protecting the health, safety, and welfare of all children. In recognition of the importance of early detection of missing, abused, or neglected children, the board of Education adopts this policy pursuant to the requirements of N.J.S.A 18A:36-25.

If you believe that you have been discriminated against or know someone who is need of help, contact Affirmative Action Officer Bonnie Baker, her contact number is (856) 769-0101 (Ext. 5391).