Upcoming Events

all-day Last Day to Donate to GOTR/St. H...
Last Day to Donate to GOTR/St. H...
Dec 14 all-day
Last Day to Donate to GOTR/St. Huberts
Have any old towel and blankets that you don’t use anymore but don’t want to throw them away? Please help Girls on the Run by donating them to St. Hubert’s Animal Shelter! We are looking[...]
all-day Last day to donate toys!
Last day to donate toys!
Dec 14 all-day
The Gingerbread House is up and ready to fill. Our “toy collection” is now underway and will continue through Friday, December 14 th . Each year we hope to fill our Brayton Gingerbread House with[...]
12:00 pm Cafe Con Leche
Cafe Con Leche
Dec 17 @ 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm
The Annual Café con Leche Holiday Luncheon will be held on Monday, December 17th. Please feel free to join us as we celebrate the holidays and our diversity.

School Hours

Arrival 8:05-8:15 a.m.
School Hours
8:15 a.m.- 3:00 p.m.
Dismissal 3:00 p.m.
Single Session
8:15 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
Delayed Opening 10:15 a.m.

Community Backpack

June 24 – June 27, 2019 (Dates Subject to Change)

Registration opens on January 25, 2019.  Full Flyer HERE.

We are excited to announce our FLASH 2018 Sports Academy, which will take place during the week after school lets out.  Students entering Grades 1-8 have the opportunity to participate in various 4-day Sports Clinics that will take place at different locations throughout the Summit Public Schools.  These offerings are led by fantastic coaching staff members.

The Hilltop Shop offers a wide variety of items that are fun, practical and make great birthday and holiday gifts. Best of all, 100% of proceeds benefit the sports programs at Lawton C. Johnson Summit Middle School and Summit High School. Come visit us and share your Summit spirit!! The Hilltop Shop is located at MONDO, 426 Springfield Avenue in downtown Summit.

A Place to Grow for Everyone!  Reeves-Reed Arboretum offers 13.5 acres of natural beauty, including historic and contemporary gardens and six acres of woodland forest. Whether you are interested in gardening, hiking, art, bird watching, community involvement, or a place for quiet contemplation, the Arboretum has something for you!


The Summit Performing Arts Resource Committee (SPARC)’s mission is to promote the performing arts in the Summit public schools, recognize student achievements, and continuously enrich our programs and productions through advocacy, financial support, and educational initiatives

The mission of the Summit Hometown Heroes program committee is to recognize and honor local veterans.

Summit Educational Foundation mission is to maintain and enhance the high quality of a Summit, New Jersey public school education through community funding of innovative and essential educational programs, a close working relationship with the school district, and careful review, evaluation and financial oversight of supported initiatives.  Last year, with support from over 700 families, SEF funded 72 grants totaling over $377,000 to support all academic areas at all nine Summit schools.
  • To read our Back To School Letter, click here.
  • To donate to SEF, click here.
  • Our next deadline for grants is Friday, March 15th.  For info about how to apply for a grant, click here.

At the Visual Arts Center of New Jersey, we believe in the power of art to inspire, amaze, and enrich. We are the state’s largest institution dedicated exclusively to viewing, making, and learning about contemporary art and have been recognized as a leading arts institution for 85 years. Click here for contact.

Summit Lacrosse Club, Registration for the 2019 Season!

The Summit Lacrosse Club (est. 1972) is dedicated to promoting the great game of Lacrosse for the boys and girls of Summit in grades 1-8.  Our coaches, parents and players are encouraged to have fun while developing the player’s character, skill and love for the game.

Groceries are expensive. Your health is valuable. Need nutritious food? Come to GRACE’s Refrigerator!

Summit Free Public Library Welcomes all Students!


The Connection is a non-profit, women-led organization dedicated to enhancing lives and fostering community. The programs and services offered bring together individuals of diverse economic circumstances, race, gender, age, sexual orientation, culture, and physical and mental abilities to acquire skills, build self-esteem, and, through association, develop the respect that eliminates prejudice. Fall Programs brochure here.

The Summit Performing Arts Resource Committee (SPARC)’s mission is to promote the performing arts in the Summit public schools, recognize student achievements, and continuously enrich our programs and productions through advocacy, financial support, and educational initiatives.   Click here to learn more about us.   Click here for 2018-19 SPARC events.


SpeakUpSummitSpeak Up Summit!

Affecting the Quality of Public Education in Summit.  Speak Up Summit was formed in 1995 to support quality public education in Summit. As a well-informed group that communicates what it learns to others, it speaks up on issues that affect our children’s education. We are strong, and, when necessary, can have an impact on the quality of our public education. Membership is open to anyone who believes that an excellent public school system is vital to the well being of the entire community.To learn more, check out their website, or find them on Facebook.


(Special Education Parents Advisory Committee)

SEPAC is a Summit-based, parent-led group that works with the Summit Public Schools and others in the community to support families and others faced with the challenges of raising kids with special issues, whether or not kids are “officially” classified as special-needs at school.  View the SEPAC Profile here.  Connect with SEPAC on Facebook or via email.

Summit Junior Fortnightly Club

The Summit Junior Fortnightly Club is a women’s social and philanthropic club dedicated to community service and outreach, along with social activities for its members and families.