"Straight Talk" for students grades 6 to 8: Learn the dangers of drugs and alcohol while having fun with friends - Pizza & Volleyball! See link below.

Straight Talk Flyer

Hidden in Plain Sight

Straight Talk Permission Form

Elementary School HIB Results

Middle School HIB Results

Conference Letter and Instructions

Violence Awareness


Realtime Parent Portal

Portal Instructions

Special Education Parent Advisory Group (SEPAG)

SEPAG Family Welcome Letter

SEPAG Parent Survey


April Front Page

Track Schedule (revised)

"A Walk in the PARCC"

Summer Food Rocks!

Revised Girls' Basketball Schedule

Basketball Tournament Schedule

100th Day of School

PTA Flyer

PARCC Tutorial

PARCC Sample Tests

2015 YMCA BMDC Brochure

2015 YMCA Summer Y Day Camp Brochure

January 2015 Front Page

December 2014 Front Page

Cheerleading Calendar - 2014

Twins Day Pictures - 2014

2014-2015 PTA Membership Packet

Teacher Of The Year Nomination

November Front Page

Sports Physical Form

Sports Eligibility Form

2014 Winter Sports Schedule

2015 Yearbook Ordering Info

2013 NJASK Test Analysis

NJ Parent Link


Food Allergy Letter

Yearbook Parent Posting Form


School code -  8590115

Sussex YMCA School Age Child Care Programs

Sussex YMCA Before and After Care Registration

Parent Guide to Student Success in the Common Core State Standards

The Parents’ Guide to Student Success (listed in English and Spanish) was developed in response to the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) in English language arts and mathematics that more than 45 states have adopted.

HTPS District Curriculum

CCSS For Language Arts

CCSS For Math

A parent's guide to Common Core Assessment

Coping with Crisis is a collection of resources that may be helpful to children, parents and teachers in the aftermath of crisis and tragedy.


District Links

Hardyston PTA

District E-mail Login

Staff Websites

School Dude Maintenance

Harassment, Intimidation, Bullying

Teacher Evaluation Results

Principal Evaluation System


April 1, 2015


Dear Parents & Guardians:


With the arrival of spring and the end of a long cold winter, we anticipate that students will be spending more time enjoying the outdoors and socializing with friends. Parents know that protecting children means knowing where they are, who they are with, and what they are doing. Moreover, I encourage parents to regularly check their child’s backpack to be sure that they are not unwittingly bringing to school any items that might be considered potentially harmful. For example, young people will sometimes bring items from home to impress their friends or to simply to show off. These items may include matches, lighters or kitchen utensils such as knives. While these occurrences are rare, they do have serious disciplinary (and potentially legal) consequences. 

In addition to having conversations with your child about potentially harmful items, it is also vital to talk with them about the dangers of substance abuse derived from alcohol and drugs. To help you start this conversation with your child (grades 6 to 8) the Hardyston Middle School is teaming up with The Center for Prevention and Counseling for an evening of fun, pizza and “Straight Talk.” While your child attends “Straight Talk” at Hardyston Middle School, I encourage you to sign-up to participate in the parent program “Hidden in Plain Sight” which will be held at Wallkill Valley Regional High School. For convenience and to encourage conversation between parents and their children, these programs have been designed to run concurrently. You’ll find all the details on the “Straight Talk” flyer and permission form which can be found on the school webpage.

I believe that keeping our children safe both in school and outside of school requires parents and school officials to work together. With your help, our schools will continue to be a safe place for young people to learn and grow.            





Richard R. Corbett, Ed. D.



We encourage you to visit our website at www.htps.org to stay abreast of all the happenings of the Hardyston School District.   Our parent portal is an excellent source for information regarding your student’s academic progress.  Please refer to the instructions for the Realtime Parent Portal located on our website.



































Important Links


2014 Student-Parent Handbook

Welcome Back Parent Packet

Free-Reduced Lunch Application

2014-2015 Calendar (revised)


January, 2015

February, 2015 (revised)

March, 2015

April, 2015 (revised)

May, 2015

June, 2015




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