Referendum to Fund Critical Repairs Set for December 10
On Tuesday, December 10, 2013, residents of Point Pleasant Borough will be asked to vote to approve a bond referendum that will be used to fund critical facility repairs at Point Pleasant Borough’s four schools. The State has committed to fund 40% of the $15,948,300 referendum’s lifetime principal and interest payments, which equates to roughly $9.3 million over the bond’s 20-year life, if
voters approve the referendum. State funding can only be secured if the referendum passes.
The projects specified in the referendum will ensure the children of Point Pleasant Borough continue to have safe and adequate school facilities into the future, by replacing aged building systems and addressing heath and safety issues that will not only minimize further costly repairs... READ MORE >>
Panthers Support Launch of Challenger Football League
Discipline. Dedication. Focus. These characteristics are the hallmarks of a Point Pleasant Borough student-athlete, developed through their participation in the district’s varied athletic programs. These athletes are committed to success and they know what it takes to achieve – it’s what sets them apart, what makes them special.
There’s another group of students, who are just as special, who know the value of discipline, dedication and focus. They are a group of young athletes... READ MORE >>
Lady Panthers Learn About Breast Cancer at Special Assembly
Breast cancer is the most common cancer in women worldwide. It’s estimated that more than 1.5 million cases of breast cancer occur annually among women around the world. In the United States alone, there are approximately 230,000 new breast cancer cases diagnosed every year.
These statistics were among the breast cancer facts and information shared with Point Pleasant Borough High School’s female athletes at a special presentation held at the school on October 30th, the culminating event... READ MORE >>
Boro Athletes Make Strides Against Breast Cancer
Approximately 20,000 people came together in Point Pleasant Beach on Sunday, October 20th to participate in the American Cancer Society’s 2013 Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk - Point Pleasant Beach.
Thousands of individuals and more than 788 teams participated in the non-competitive, five-kilometer Making Strides event, walking to raise money and awareness for the fight against breast cancer. Among them were two teams from the Point Pleasant Borough School District: Team Point Pleasant Borough... READ MORE >>
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