Reformed Church of Oradell 641 Church St, Oradell, NJ07649 The Reformed Church of Oradell is led by Bishop Charles Singletary. The church, located on Church Street, is also home…More to the Reformed Church Nursery School. Sunday services are held at 10am.
Oradell Board of Education 350 Prospect Ave, Oradell, NJ07649 The Oradell Board of Education, comprised of nine elected residents meets twice a month in the Oradell Public…More School auditorium. The board works with the school administration to revise school policies, promote the annual budget, and approve payment of monthly bills.
Oradell Public School 350 Prospect Ave, Oradell, NJ07649 Oradell Public School is an elementary school serving students from kindergarten through sixth grade. New to the…More district is an integrated pre-school program for regular and special education students.
St. Joseph Church 300 Elm St, Oradell, NJ07649 Built on the border of Oradell and New Milford, St. Joseph Church is a Roman Catholic Parish in the Archdiocese of…More Newark. Because the church was built on the border, it has the distinction of serving both communities with the rectory on land from New Milford and the church in Oradell. St. Joseph built the first Catholic school in the area with an elementary school in 1939 and expanded the school in 1957.
The Reformed Church Nursery School 641 Church St, Oradell, NJ07649 Located in at the Reformed Church of Oradell, the Reformed Church Nursery School is a private, non-profit and…More non-sectarian early childhood education center. The school features a playground and an outdoor gym, offering a safe and engaging educational environment for children from two and a half through five years old. Visit the Reformed Church of Oradell Web site for more information.
The Oradell Police Department, comprised of 20 officers patrol the streets of Oradell to keep its' residents safe.…More Officers are split between the Patrol and Detective divisions, and work in rotational shifts.
The Patrol Division responds to calls for assistance and are CPR and first-aid trained. Several of the Patrol Division officers work with school-age children in the D.A.R.E. program.
The Detective Bureau investigates major felonies and interviews victims, witnesses and potential suspects during their investigations. The Detective Bureau also supports the Patrol Division. Members of the Detective Bureau are available Monday through Friday, 8am to 5pm and on-call at all other times.
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.
Special Education Region No 5 is a cooperative between several school districts to coordinate transportation for…More students who may need to attend class outside of their home district.
Region 5 coordinator Maureen Kerne works with school districts. Regularly scheduled conferences are held for teachers and administrators through Region 5.
While the Region 5 main office is located in Oradell, the group of staff members serves the following school districts across Northern New Jersey: Bergenfield, Cresskill, Dumont, Hackensack, New Milford, Oradell, River Dell, Ridgefield, River Edge, Rochelle Park, Teaneck and Tenafly.
Bergen Catholic High School 1040 Oradell Ave, Oradell, NJ07649 Led by the Christian Brothers and part of the Archdiocese of Newark, Bergen Catholic High School officially opened in…More September 1955. Bergen Catholic last expanded in 1989 to include a weight training facility for the Crusaders. Students also have access to a large library, student chapel, science laboratories, cafeteria, computer science laboratory and gymnasium. Several of the Crusaders athletic teams compete at the nearby Crusader Stadium.
Prior to the first bell and even after the last dismissal bell, students at OPS can take part in a YWCA before- and…More after-school programs with their peers.
During the programming, students have access to healthy snacks, games and art projects, play time and homework time. Registration is required.
Boulevard Pro 387 Kinderkamack Rd, Oradell, NJ07649 Boulevard Pro services commercial and residential clients with event production and rentals. The company provides…More staging, lighting, backline, video and audio for a variety of clients including fitness facilities, municipalities, corporate clients, schools and houses of worship.
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.
Chippy's Diner 281 Kinderkamack Rd, Oradell, NJ07649 This restaurant has been in operation in one form or another since the 1920s, and Chippy's has gained an active…More following. The fanciful and quaint exterior belies the recently upgraded, 1950s-style decor inside. Proprietor Jim Len, a retired policeman, serves up diner classics for breakfast and lunch for local families, as well as the after-school crowd from nearby River Dell High School.
Red Apple Restaurant 235 Kinderkamack Rd, Oradell, NJ07649 Local kids flock to Red Apple after school for snacks and drinks, according to owner Nathan Yang, who lives in town. The…More takeout business at this Chinese restaurant is "huge," said a grateful Yang, who credits his success to the quality of the ingredients used. "We look at quality first, and price second." A surprising twist in Red Apple's story is the fact that kids drove the business' success. "We first became really popular with the kids, and then they told their parents about us," Yang said.