Friday February 2

Friday February 2

Show your team spirit as we have our Souper Bowl on Feb. 9th. Brooks Crossing Student Council is asking if you can donate one can of soup to go to our town's food pantry.  Your donation is appreciated. 

Please sign up here to volunteer to help in the library.

You’re invited to Brooks Crossing Someone Special Family Event

Sponsored by the PTO.  See details below.

Please click HERE to register for the Dance and order pizza!

Middlesex County 4-H 

Middlesex County's 4-H Youth Development Program offers everyone in grades K–13, the chance to explore countless opportunities in science, arts, foods, outdoor adventure, and more.




I Pledge:

  • My head to clearer thinking.

  • My heart to greater loyalty.

  • My hands to larger service, and,

  • My health to better living

  • For my club, my community, my world

Motto: "To make the Best Better"

A listing of 4-H Clubs active in Middlesex County is available by contacting the 4-H office at 732-398-5261 or e-mailing [email protected].

Website: Middlesex County 4-H | Youth Development | Middlesex County, NJ, USA


Middlesex County Cooperative Extension Service with Rutgers focuses on educational outreach and enrichment programming for youth in grades K-13 (one year out of high school), through 4-H clubs, special interest programs, school enrichment, and after-school child care education programs.

It emphasizes science education and the expressive arts through a learn-by-doing approach to teach responsibility, community awareness, and character development.

Your vision of 4-H may be county fairs, animal shows, a robotics demonstration, or 4-H camping programs depending on your experiences with 4-H Youth Development. Whatever your vision, 4-H is about helping adults and youth grow, learn and develop into competent people.

4-H gives youth the opportunity to experience a sense of accomplishment and success, key ingredients to gaining a sense of self-esteem.

A listing of 4-H Clubs active in Middlesex County is available by contacting the 4-H office at 732-398-5261 or e-mailing [email protected].



4-H Volunteer Opportunities  


Volunteer With Us | Middlesex County 4-H


4-H volunteers are the backbone of the 4-H Youth Development Program. Volunteers receive training and support for which ever role they choose. 4-H volunteers are taught how to provide a safe environment for youth so they can experiment, and grow. We celebrate everyone who has chosen the 4-H volunteer experience.

4-H Youth Development program volunteer opportunities for adults may be available. Read more on how to become a 4-H volunteer.

If you would like a brochure (available in English and Spanish) with more info on joining 4-H in Middlesex County, send an e-mail request to [email protected].

To learn more about 4-H programs on a statewide level, follow this link to the NJ 4-H website.



Directions to the Middlesex County 4-H Center

  • Follow Route 18 (south from New Brunswick) to the Cranbury Road Exit in East Brunswick. Route 18 is accessible from the NJ Turnpike (Exit 9).

  • Take the Cranbury Road Exit towards Cranbury.

  • Follow Cranbury Road (Route 535) for a few miles, crossing Ryders Lane and Rues Lane. You will pass the East Brunswick Post Office and Kindercare on your left.

  • The next intersection you will come to (at a traffic light) will be Fern Road The 4-H Center will be on your right immediately after the intersection. The 4-H Center is a log cabin building adjacent to the Middlesex County Fairgrounds.

*The 4-H Clover is protected under 18 U.S.C. 707



Friday 2/9 -  Early Release- Staff PD - Souper Bowl, Wear something from your favorite sports team  & Someone Special Family Event

Monday 2/12 - Delayed Opening~ Wear something from your favorite sports team 

Monday 2/19 - No School - Presidents’ Day