Water Lead Testing

  • water glass In July of 2016, the New Jersey State Board of Education (NJBOE) adopted regulations regarding testing for lead in drinking water in all New Jersey public schools. The regulations require testing be performed within 365 days of July 13, 2016. 

    In keeping with our commitment to ensure a safe and healthy learning environment for our students and staff, Pemberton Township Schools implemented a compliance plan to address these new regulations well in advance of the deadline of July 2017 for all schools that were operational at that time. Haines School, and the adjacent TCU, were tested in August, 2017 in preparation of becoming operational for the 2017-18 school year.  In addition, monthly testing is already performed on incoming municipal water and well-water that our schools use for drinking and cooking. 

     Pemberton Township Schools will notify parents of any test results that fall outside the allowable limits for lead in drinking water, and share the corrective action that was taken. Please click on the notifications below for complete information on lead testing that has taken place and results of that testing. Information will be updated as more results come in, so please check back frequently.

Lead Testing Notifications and Results