March General PTO Meeting Cancelled Tomorrow

Due to the impending snow storm, tomorrow’s General PTO Meeting has been cancelled. The next PTO Meeting will be held Wednesday, April 11th.


Join us February 27th at 7:00 for Josh Ochs, Smart Social

Join others from the community as we welcome Josh Ochs to:

Cavallini Middle School

392 West Saddle Road


February 27, 2018 7pm

Mr. Ochs will speak to parents from the community about how children can properly brand themselves on social media. He will demonstrate how to use social media to create a portfolio of accomplishments that impresses colleges and employers. He will also discuss with parents how they can have a dialog with their kids about social media safety.

Josh Ochs is the author of the book “Light, Bright And Polite” and he travels the country training 30,000 Teens and Tweens each year.

Don’t miss this special event – To reserve a seat – use Eventbrite link from BOE Email distributed through the school

Any questions call Tammy 201-394-2640

Sponsored by the USR PTO

Smart Social




The USR PTO is proud to sponsor lunch programs for

Reynolds, Bogert and Cavallini students.

All changes/new orders will be accepted from Tuesday, January 16 until Thursday, January 18th at midnight.

Monday – Pizza Day – Lunch changes start on January 22nd

Tuesday – Pasta/Deli Lunch – Lunch changes begins January 23rd

Phil’s Pizzeria is our vendor for Reynolds and Bogert pizza.

Marc’s Deli is our vendor for Cavallini pizza and all of our sandwich and salad options.

Village Pizza & Pasta will be serving our pasta and mac and  cheese options.

FOOD ALLERGY WARNING: Please be advised that the cookies supplied by Shop Rite on Pizza Day may not be made in an allergen free facility and may contain these ingredients: milk, eggs, wheat, soybean, peanut and/or tree nuts or nut products.

Ordering Instructions:

To place a new order or add an additional slice to pizza lunch: 

Visit our site at:

1. Log in and update your “To Do” list prior to placing your order.

2. Choose your child’s grade and teacher. For Cavallini students only, please use your child’s academic support teacher.

3. To place an order, press the “For Sale” tab and choose your child’s school and lunch you are ordering and enter the number “1” in the box.

To make changes to an existing lunch order:

1. All lunch changes must be emailed to

2. In the subject line, please put your child’s name.

3. In the email, state your child’s grade, teacher, their current lunch item and the new item they are changing to. You will receive an email back letting you know we received your change and if there is a price difference or refund.

Options for Tuesday pasta/deli lunch are: ham, ham & cheese, turkey, turkey & cheese, roast beef, roast beef & cheese, cheese only, salad with grilled chicken, pasta with butter, pasta with sauce, pasta with sauce and meatball and mac & cheese.

To order No Fuss Lunch, please use the following


Any questions or concerns – please email –



Bogert Students Enjoy New Playground Thanks to USR PTO Donations



Welcome to Upper Saddle River PTO

Welcome to Upper Saddle River PTO

The Upper Saddle River Parent-Teacher Organization (PTO) serves as a liaison between the parents and teachers of Upper Saddle River with one common goal in mind: to provide our children with the best educational experience possible.  Our by-laws state that the PTO is organized to “enhance cooperation between home and school so that parents, teachers and administration can work together effectively to ensure quality education; and promote the welfare of children in home, school and community; and unite educators and the general public in order to secure the highest advantages in physical, mental and social education for all children.”

What does this mean to your family? It means that we, as an organization, are continually looking for ways to enhance your family’s experience in the Upper Saddle River school system. We are there for you from Kindergarten registration through Cavallini graduation. It also means that the administration of the school knows that they have somewhere to turn when they need a job done.

The key to keeping the PTO a successful organization is the involvement of the entire school community. For some families, it simply means supporting our fundraisers. For others, it means serving lunch, being a class parent, chairing a fundraiser or serving on the Board. Your time and energy are the only limitations to the extent that you would like to be involved.

PTO Presidents