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Together students, parents, teachers, supervisors, directors, and administrators must work to create an environment in which the children of North Bergen can gain the skills necessary to be successful, informed citizens in order to actively participate in society.  We envision the North Bergen School District as a place where students will be 
educated through the use of innovative techniques and multifaceted resources by educators who are constantly improving their craft to deliver instruction.
 
ROBERT FULTON SCHOOL’S MISSION AND VISION STATEMENTS
 
 
Mission: Robert Fulton School is committed to providing the highest quality education through the implementation of NJ’s Student Learning Standards and  21st Century Skills, at all grade levels.  Our mission is to strive for excellence in our diverse community through fostering the need for personal fulfillment as we nurture character development.
 
Vision: Our vision is to reach all levels of achievement in our diverse community for lifelong learning.

News & Announcements

Rashida Jones-  An Empowering and Influential Black Woman of our Community Featured Photo

Rashida Jones- An Empowering and Influential Black Woman of our Community

During Black History Month, we recognize and acknowledge the accomplishments and accolades of inspiring black women and men who have contributed to our nation in empowering ways. Today we recognize an extraordinary woman who has risen to the top through hard work, dedication, and perseverance. *Please click here to read more*
A message from the Superintendent

NORTH BERGEN SCHOOLS - February 8TH ANNOUNCEMENT

Please click on the headline to watch the February 8th announcement from Dr. George Solter regarding the second marking period report cards, Black History Month, and our road back to in-person instruction.
Message from the Superintendent

NORTH BERGEN SCHOOLS - JANUARY 15TH ANNOUNCEMENT

Please click on the headline to watch the January 15th announcement from Dr. George Solter regarding the move to in-person instruction, benchmark assessments, Martin Luther King Jr. Day, the lunch schedule for next week and other important areas.