A Great Place to Work

About Piscataway...

Shape the Future…Help a Child Reach Success

Visit the Piscataway School District and you will find young minds being challenged and stretched and encouraged to face the future and to imagine a world full of possibilities. Guiding these students are teachers who want to shape the future by helping children to become creative, confident and caring adults. Teachers like you.

An excellent place to live and work –

Piscataway is a suburban, college community with a cosmopolitan, urban feel. Located in central New Jersey with easy access to major highways, Piscataway is home to many corporations and the Livingston and Busch campuses of Rutgers University. Adjacent to New Brunswick, Piscataway is a 19 - square mile township populated by 50,000 people who represent Caucasian, African-American, Asian, Indian, and Hispanic cultures.

Piscataway is traversed north and south by Route 287, with easy access southward to Garden State Parkway and New Jersey Turnpike and northward to Route I-78 and I-80. Its excellent highway system provides easy access to state parks, New York City, northern New Jersey, the Jersey Shore, New York State, and the Mid-Atlantic states.

Piscataway offers a wealth of recreational, cultural, sports, and entertainment opportunities, and plenty of shopping and dining venues. Housing is available in a variety of price ranges.

A community where teachers are valued…

Teach in a community . . .

  • where creativity is encouraged.

  • where classes are small.

  • where teachers are empowered to continue professional development.

  • where teachers support younger colleagues.

  • where staff are supported in obtaining advanced degrees.

  • where the rewards include the intangible as well as competitive salaries and benefits.

In Piscataway, teachers are encouraged to go beyond their classrooms through distance learning and bring a world of opportunities to children. This is a school district in which administrators expect teachers to help students reach their highest potential.