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Bayville Elementary School
356 Atlantic City Blvd, Bayville, NJ 08721
Bayville Elementary School is a non-religious school for children grades kindergarten through 5th. It offers educationMore in math, science, social studies and other subject areas. It is recognized by the NFL as one of the top five schools in the State of New Jersey as a leader in the effort to combat adolescent obesity and was honored by New Jersey Natural Gas Company as the 2010-2011 Ocean County winner for the “Conserve to Preserve Kids and Conservation” poster contest.
Berkeley Township Elementary School
10 Emory Ave, Bayville, NJ 08721
The Berkeley Township Elementary School is a 103,000-square-foot state-of-the art elementary school that opened inMore January 2005. The school serves all of the district's fifth- and sixth-grade students. The current enrollment is roughly 550 students. The school has two fully equipped computer and science labs. It also contains a 500-seat auditorium, a full-size gymnasium, full-service cafeteria and a modern media center with Internet access. Every classroom in the school has computers with Internet access. The school also offers physical education, vocal and instrumental music, art, and world languages. There are 24 regular education teachers, 13 special education teachers and four basic skills teachers, along with speech, English as a second language, occupational and physical therapists, and enrichment teachers.
H & M Potter Elementary School
60 Veeder Ln, Bayville, NJ 08721
H & M Potter Elementary School educates students from kindergarten through fourth grade. It has five sections ofMore full-day kindergarten classes and eight for special education, along with standard first- through fourth-grade classes. Each classroom has three Internet-enabled computers and a color printer. The school also features a laptop lab and three Smartboard rooms.  The curriculum includes a new "Everyday Math" pilot program for students in kindergarten through second grade. Students in all grades take part in a world language program.
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