960 Midland Boulevard, Union, NJ 07083
Phone: 908.851.6440
Fax: 908.810.0417
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Livingston Elementary School

960 Midland Boulevard                                                                                 
Union, NJ 07083                                
Phone: (908) 851-6440                                
Fax:     (908) 810-0417

Principal: Benjamin Kloc
email:  Bkloc@twpunionschools.org





Livingston School

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About Livingston Elementary School

Welcome to the Livingston School website! Communication with parents and the community is very important to all of us at Livingston School. We hope you find this site to be informative and helpful in learning more about our wonderful school.

Livingston School accommodates six grade levels from pre-kindergarten through fourth grade and is led by principal, Benjamin Kloc. One thing is certain, our school offers terrific programs for the students. The dedicated and talented teachers and staff members create and implement developmentally appropriate lessons to meet the needs for all children. Hands-on learning and activities are emphasized in the classrooms, and students will actively learn in various core subject areas including language literacy, mathematics, science, and social studies. Additionally, students will participate in music, art, technology, physical education and health classes to enhance their overall development. They attend library visits to our media center, and students in the upper grades benefit from Foreign Language studies. The diverse, talented and devoted teachers and staff at Livingston School use an enriching and stimulating curriculum to create life-long learners and productive citizens, who are being prepared to meet the challenges of their futures. The Livingston staff strives to provide students with a positive culture and environment conducive to the best learning possible! There are many programs in place that emphasize our mission to instil this within our school.

In addition to the fine educational program offered by the Livingston teachers and staff, the Livingston School Parent Teacher Association, "PTA", plans some fun and educational activities and assemblies for students throughout the school year. The PTA is very active and productive. They continue to work diligently throughout the school year to raise funds to benefit the overall wholesome experiences of our students. If you would like to donate to this worthy cause, please contact one of the PTA officers. The PTA website will provide you with additional information regarding upcoming events and programs.

Should you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact us via phone (voicemail) and/or email. If you would like to receive emails from the school and PTA regarding updates and reminders, please sign up with our PTA.

Thank you for visiting the Livingston School website.

Bell Schedule

 Start   Time
 Late  Bell
Pre K AM
9:00 AM  

11:35 AM
Pre K PM 12:30  PM

3:05 PM
   Grades  K-2       
9:00   AM 9:05 AM 3:05 PM
Grades 3-4
8:45   AM 8:50 AM 3:05 PM


Early Dismissal

GRADE  PRE K-2ND 12:55 P.M.
GRADE  3 & 4             1:00P.M.

What's NEW

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Counselor Corner

Monika Roberts
School Counselor, Anti-Bullying Specialist and Chairperson
of the Intervention & Referral Services (I&RS) and 504 Committee. Click here to read more.
To report 'Bullying' write or call Monika directly: here (908) 851-6786
See an Anti-Bullying Presentation here 


Individual School Handbook Statement


Intervention and Referral Services (I&RS) is a state mandated (NJAC 6:26-1.1) multi-disciplinary committee which operates in every school in the state of New Jersey.  I&RS committees are intended to be used as a primary mechanism in a school building for assisting general education staff and expanding their skills and abilities to successfully accommodate the needs of students in the general education program who are experiencing difficulties with academic achievement.    

Referrals to the committee are usually made by teaching professionals who are seeking the help of their colleagues for alternative ideas for addressing a student’s academic or behavioral deficits exhibited in the classroom and identified through various sources of data collection.  Through strategic planning and collaboration the committee designs, implements, and monitors intervention plans for students experiencing difficulties with learning, behavior and health issues that in some way relate to the educational process.  Parents may request assistance from this committee but intervention plans are devised with a teacher focused/school identified problem in mind.  The school counselor may be contacted for further information.     



Testing Schedule K-5 2012-13 (Rev. 7/18/12): Click here

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