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Clementon Elementary School
4 Audubon Avenue
Clementon, NJ 08021
Phone: 856-783-2300
Fax: 856-783-8929

Clementon Elementary School opened in 1980. A six-room addition was completed in 1993 and a new wing for seventh and eighth grade students was completed in 2000. Extensive renovations were completed in 2005. The school has an enrollment of about 530 students in pre-kindergarten through eighth grades and is the community’s only school building. Beginning in ninth grade, students attend Overbrook Senior High School, along with students from Berlin Township and Pine Hill.

The Clementon Board of Education is committed to providing students with a quality education. This is reflected in the fact that Clementon has been fully certified by the New Jersey Department of Education. The Board of Education continues to place a high priority on developing technology resources for classroom instruction and media use.

Basic programs for all children include reading, mathematics, language, spelling, writing skills, handwriting, science, social studies, and world language. In addition, children study art, music, library skills, health education, study skills, physical education, and computer literacy.

Programs
Clementon Elementary School offers a full range of special programs. These include:

Half-day Preschool program for four-year-olds
Full-day Kindergarten
Programs for students who need help in basic skills
Programs for special needs students including preschool disabilities
Guidance & counseling programs
Enrichment programs in academic areas, art, music, and physical education
Camp Clementon: before- and after-school child care
Community Education Program, providing after-school and evening programs for children and adults
Student Awareness Programs: Career Education, Family Life & Drug Education, Bicycle Safety, Water Safety, Fire Prevention, Bus Safety, Police & Student Relations, Social Problem Solving, Peer Mediation, and the Renaissance Program.
  • Spanish instruction in grades K–8
  • STEM instruction in grades K-8
  • LEAD for students in grade 5
  • LEAD for students in grade 5
Student Clubs and Groups: Art Challenge, Choir, Concert Band, Jazz Band, School Musical, Student Government, and Year Book Committee
Our Personnel
A variety of personnel deliver these educational services:

Certified Personnel
  • 28 Classroom Teachers
  • Six Special Education Teachers
  • Four Special Area Teachers in Art, Music, and Physical Education, Spanish, STEM
  • Nurse
  • Guidance Counselor
  • Speech Therapist
  • Three Teachers of Basic Skills
  • Occupational Therapist
  • Three Child Study Team Members: Psychologist, LDT/C, Social Worker
Support Staff
 
  • Technology Coordinator
  • Five Custodians
  • Seven Instructional Aides
  • Grading Scale
  • This grading scale was adopted by the Clementon School District, the Berlin Township School District, and the Pine Hill School District.

Inclement WeatherTop of Page

In the event of inclement weather, the Clementon School District has established a one-hour or two-hour delayed opening schedule.

Emergency school closing number: 634
 
School Closing FAQ

How will I know if school is closed or opening late?
School closing information is publicized on KYW 1060 AM, and televised on CBS 3, NBC 10, Fox 29, and local cable channel 19. A message will be posted on the Clementon School District webpage, and a message will be recorded on the Clementon School District voicemail greeting. School closing information will also be posted via Remind. Please be aware that if you do not have updated information within our school system, you may not be contacted in the event of an emergency.
 
What is the schedule on a one-hour delayed opening day?

The breakfast and morning Camp Clementon Programs are cancelled. Students may arrive between 9:30–9:40 AM. There is no change to the lunch schedule. Camp Clementon will be held at the regular PM schedule.

What is the schedule on a two-hour delayed opening day?

The breakfast and morning Camp Clementon Programs are cancelled. Students may arrive between 10:30–10:40 AM. There is no change to the lunch schedule. Camp Clementon will be held at the regular PM schedule.

What is the procedure if it starts to snow while school is in session?

The Clementon School District is a walking district and does not close early. Students will be dismissed at their regular dismissal time. The afternoon session of Camp Clementon will be held. After-school and evening activities may be canceled. If a decision is made to cancel after-school activities, parents will be notified by phone.
If you have any questions regarding the schedule, please do not hesitate to call the school.

Grading ScaleTop of Page

This grading scale was adopted by the Clementon School District, the Berlin Township School District, and the Pine Hill School District.

Grades 2–8

A 93–100
B 85–92
C 75–84
D 65–74
F 0–64

Special Areas

O Outstanding
S Satisfactory
P Progress Shown
N Needs Improvement
U Unsatisfactory

Special Areas are: Art, Computer Literacy, Gifted & Talented, Health, Music, Physical Eduaction, World Languages

Standard Schedule

Preschool (AM) 8:40 AM–11:10 AM
Preschool (PM) 12:45 PM–3:15 PM
Grades K–8 8:40 AM–3:15 PM

Early Dismissal Schedule

Preschool (AM) 8:40 AM–10:30 AM
Preschool (PM) 10:50 PM–12:40 PM
Grades K–8 8:40 AM–12:40 PM

Camp Clementon Schedule

Morning 7:00 AM–8:25 AM
Afternoon 3:15 PM–6:00 PM

Miscellaneous InformationTop of Page

Emergency Cards

In order to have accurate information on each student, we are requesting that a parent or guardian complete an emergency card. It is essential that we have one for every student in our care. Please note that students will not be released for early dismissal to anyone not listed on the emergency card. Each child must have two emergency contacts listed (must be over 18 years of age). Identification will be required for anyone picking a student up from school. If any phone numbers should change during the school year, we are requesting that you promptly write a note to the main office with the aforementioned changes. Any additions or removals of persons from the card must be done in person. Any documentation regarding legal custody of a child must be noted on the emergency card and verified with the proper court decree.

Mobile Phone Policy

Mobile phones are permitted, but must be turned off while in the school building. If students need to contact parents during the school day, they need to ask a school administrator. If students are feeling sick, they need to get a pass from the classroom teacher to see the nurse. The school nurse will determine if the student needs to go home. Phone calls from mobile phones are not permitted in school for any reason. If a student is using a mobile phone in the school building, the phone will be confiscated, the parent will be notified, and the parent will be required to personally come in and retrieve the phone from an administrator. Continuous mobile phone usage will require more serious consequences.