HIB Self-Assessment Score

  • The State requires all schools to complete an annual HIB self-assessment.  This assessment grades each public school and the school district's efforts to implement the Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights Act (ABR).

    Under the Commissioner's Program, the school grade is a raw score of data and the sum of the ratings for all indicators within each core element on the School Self-Assessment (ex: 65 of 78 points).  The maximum total score for a school is 78 points.  A minimum score of 50 is needed in order to meet all necessary requirements.  The school district's grade is an average of the total scores of all schools in the school district.

     

    Old Bridge School District Score 75 out of 78

     

    Old Bridge High School Score 72 out of 78

    Alan B. Shepard Elementary School Score 77 out of 78

    Carl Sandburg Middle School Score 76 out of 78

    Cheesequake Elementary School Score 77 out of 78

    James A. McDivitt Elementary School Score 77 out of 78

    Jonas Salk Middle School Score 70 out of 78

    Leroy Gordon Cooper Elementary School Score 78 out of 78

    Madison Park Elementary School Score 75 out of 78

    Memorial Elementary School Score 78 out of 78

    M. Scott Carpenter Elementary School Score 74 out of 78

    Raymond E. Voorhees Elementary School Score 77 out of 78

    Southwood Elementary School Score 76 out of 78

    Virgil I. Grissom Elementary School Score 76 out of 78

    Walter M. Schirra Elementary School Score 73 out of 78

    William A. Miller Elementary School Score 74 out of 78

     

    Currently, the Old Bridge School District has several character education programs in place and due to the implementation of these programs, many of our schools have been recognized as national and state schools of character.

     

    Click here for DISTRICT AND SCHOOL GRADES FOR 2017-2018

District Grades by School 2017-2018