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Columbus Elementary School

A message from Principal Rosenberg

Welcome to Columbus Elementary School,

We are Trenton’s Hidden Treasure in a multicultural, and wonderfully diverse community of African-American, Latino, and European American students.  We are a high academically achieving school driven by a high performance team of committed, conscientious, compassionate professionals.

Our staff is most proud of its’ high student achievement scores, its high attendance and the positive climate for teaching in the school.   We value the dignity and individuality of our students, their parents, and celebrate regularly their outstanding multicultural contributions to the entire school community.

We look forward to continued success and promoting our students to reach their full social, emotional and academic potential.


Michael D. Rosenberg

School's Anti-Bullying Specialist (ABS)
Laura Colvin [email protected]

Recent News

Current Bell Schedule for 2020-2021

Elementary SchoolVirtual Day 8:00 AM - 2:30 PM for Students
Virtual Reduced Day 8:00 AM - 12:10 PM for Students 
Hybrid Day
SchoolVirtual Day
Hybrid Day
Hedgepeth/Williams8:30 - 3:00TBD
SchoolVirtual DayHybrid Day
Joyce KilmerTBDTBD
SchoolVirtual DayHybrid Day
Dunn Middle schoolTBD

District-wide Anti-Bullying Coordinator (ABC)

District Anti-Bullying Specialist (ABS)
Terrance Stokes, Manager of School Support / ABC
[email protected]  Phone: (609) 656-4900 x 5459

Trenton Boys Basketball Team Rallies to Beat West Windsor North with Depth

Trenton Boys Basketball Team Rallies to Beat West Windsor North with Depth

01/06/2017: The Trenton boys basketball team has scoring depth. That depth was on full display on Friday night when it had 10 different players score, including four players with eight or more points. More +

Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Program

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Columbus School Hosts A Workshop with the Princeton Friends School String Ensemble

On Friday, May 5th, the Columbus Elementary String Ensemble hosted a two hour workshop with the Princeton Friends School String Ensemble. Mrs. Yeni-Maitland and Louise McClure have been coaching their students for this event since January. A Pen Pal letter exchange ensued that provided students the opportunity to get acquainted with one another prior to the workshop. The program included both groups playing a three part canon in D major, the Pachelbel Canon, and Happy Dance by Beethoven. The Workshop ended with the Friend's School Ensemble performing the Brandenburg Concerto No. 5 and Cincinnati Horn Pipe, an American Fiddle Tune.

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