One of four public elementary schools in Lawrence Township, Slackwood Elementary School is located at the corner of…More Princeton Pike and Carr Avenue at the southern end of the township. The school educates students from kindergarten through third grade.
The school dates back to 1904 when a wooden, two-room school house was built in the area.
Detailed information and statistics about Slackwood School can be found by visiting the New Jersey Department of Education's School Report Card database. The database is searchable by county, school district and type of school.
Among the information available in the School Report Card is a school-specific introduction provided by the principal with details outlining the different teaching methods used, as well as the programs and services that are offered to students at Slackwood.
The report card also includes statistics about such things as Slackwood's student enrollment by grade, student attendance rates, average class size, students' proficiency in language arts and math, student suspensions and expulsions, student-to-faculty ratios, faculty attendance and faculty credentials.
Slackwood's mascot is the Eagle and the school's colors are blue and gold.
Upon graduating from Slackwood, students attend Lawrence Intermediate School for Grades 4 through 6.