Community Bulletin Board

Mayors of both Rumson and Fair Haven, local residents and officials at the public schools in both communities are calling on local churches, organizations, businesses and residents to join in the R+FH Kindness Week, which will run in the communities from Oct. 7 through Oct. 14.

The week will feature Think Kindness, a non-profit organization dedicated to inspiring measurable acts of kindness in schools and communities around the country. Each year, Think Kindness carries out a National Kindness School Tour, which this fall will include assemblies at Sickles Elementary School and Knollwood Middle School in Fair Haven on Monday, Oct. 7 and Rumson-Fair Haven (RFH) Regional High School, Deane-Porter Elementary School and Forrestdale Middle School in Rumson on Tuesday, Oct. 8.
RFH will also host a free parents and community night at 7:30 p.m. on Monday, Oct. 7 so the message being shared in the schools can be heard by all.

The following guidelines and criteria must be met in order to post information via the RCDS community bulletin board:

  • The organization (including clubs and teams) must be a not-for-profit, community-based organization, offering educational, cultural, or athletic programs designed for school-aged children.
  • The information must be submitted, exactly as you would like it to appear, electronically to this community bulletin board blog. The submission should include a contact name, telephone number, and email.
  • The information will be reviewed and, if approved, posted to the online community bulletin board.
  • All organizations must allow a minimum of three days from the date of submission for the information to be approved and posted to the Web site.

RCDS will not approve information which:

  • Is libelous, defamatory, obscene, lewd, vulgar, or profane;
  • Is political in nature;
  • Violates federal, state, or local laws;
  • Is derogatory toward any ethic, religious, or racial group;
  • Violates Board policy or administrative regulations;
  • Advocates the use or advertise the availability of any substance or material that may reasonably be believed to constitute a direct and substantial danger to the health or welfare of students, such as tobacco, alcohol, or illegal drugs;
  • Incites violence;
  • Causes substantial disruption to the school environment;
  • Interferes with or advocates interference with the rights of any individual or the orderly operation of the schools and their programs.