Welcome to the Roxbury Virtual Backpack for the Roxbury Township School District! Here we will feature events, fundraisers, and programs of organizations, clubs, and teams throughout Roxbury that serve to enrich the lives of our students, families, and community.
The Roxbury Township Public Schools continues its sustainable initiative by being paperless with home-school connections. The Virtual Backpack was launched in 2012 to replace its weekly dispatches of flyers, notices, and other information of interest to parents, guardians, and the community. On occasion, some paper forms and flyers and other important information may come home with your student or be sent directly to you via email. Contents are added on an ongoing basis.
Announcements, upcoming events, documents, and forms that were previously sent home via backpacks will now be included in the Virtual Backpack. (On occasion, some paper forms, flyers, and other important information will come home with your student or be sent to you directly via email.)
PLEASE NOTE: The Roxbury Township School District neither endorses nor sponsors the organization or activity represented in this material. The display of this material is provided as a community service. The Roxbury Township Board of Education is not responsible for the content or accuracy of these events and/or programs.
If you have any questions regarding the Virtual Backpack, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
To submit a request for the Virtual Backpack complete the Flyer Distribution Form Online.
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