Following the approval of a school referendum several years ago, the River Edge School District began construction on…More New Bridge Center. New Bridge Center serves the district's kindergarten classes, integrated pre-school classes and three levels of the Building Bridges program.
Kindergarten students have a modified schedule, alternating between a morning and afternoon schedule to allow for both large and small group instruction. Three- and four-year-olds in the integrated preschool program work together to prepare for kindergarten. The Building Bridges program also prepares special education students for integration into regular education classes.
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Shear Perfection Hair Design 282 Kinderkamack Rd, Oradell, NJ07649 Shear Perfection has been a part of the community for several years. The salon's stylists know all the exciting new…More hairstyles and can give you the look you want.
Louis Capazzi, Jr. 660 Kinderkamack Rd, Oradell, NJ07649 Louis Capazzi, Jr., is an attorney based in Oradell, New Jersey, specializing in real estate closings with a…More track record of hundreds of closings a year. In addition, the firm represents clients in elder law and commercial litigation.
Dr. Menachem Epstein, MD 130 Kinderkamack Rd, River Edge, NJ07661 Dr. Menachem Epstein specializes in orthopedic surgery and treats patients in the local area. He has been practicing…More medicine for more than 45 years and is state licensed in New Jersey.
River Dell Regional High School is a four-year school system for grades 9-12 that serves students from River Edge and…More Oradell. River Dell was most recently ranked 27th out of 316 public schools in the state magazine New Jersey Monthly in September 2010. Previously the school was ranked 37th in 2008.
Apple Tree Preschool offers five-day-a-week day care, pre-school and after-school programming for children from 16…More months to 5 years old. A staff of six certified early childhood teachers follows the New Jersey State core curriculum.
Children are split into four sections based on age: Nursery Class, Twos Class, Threes Class and Fours Class. Each class focuses on not only developing social skills but also establishing the basics that prepare a child for kindergarten.
Oradell Fire Department was formed in 1895 by four men and was officially founded two years later. The department had…More its first firehouse on Kinderkamack Road near Ridgewood Avenue to house the hand-drawn hose jumper and ladder cart. The department purchased its first motorized fire engines in 1916 and 1917.
In 1949, Oradell Fire Department moved to its new firehouse on the corner of Kinderkamack Road and Center Street, across the street from Borough Hall. The building was renovated in 2004 to create additional space for the growing department. The department has two engines, a ladder truck and a squad truck. For water-related emergencies, it uses a scuba truck and two marine boats.
St. Joseph School is a part of St. Joseph Church. It has a Lower School for prekindergarten through fourth grade…More located in Oradell, while grades five through eight attend classes across the street in the Upper School in New Milford.
The Upper School was built in 1939 and the Lower School was constructed in 1957. Classes are held for regular and special education students from kindergarten and up. Students in kindergarten are split between an all-day, extended day and transition programs. The transition program allows for kindergarten-age students to spend an extra year in school prior to beginning regular schooling.
Students at the Lower School are escorted each morning from the car to the entrance by Principal Colette Vail. And each year, during Catholic Schools Week, the eighth grade class competes in an annual volleyball game against faculty members.