Lafayette Mills School 66 Maxwell Ln, Manalapan, NJ07726 Lafayette Mills School provides elementary education to more than 500 first- through fifth-grade students. Built in…More 1968 by suburban housing development pioneers Levitt and Sons, Lafayette Mills School was later donated to the board of education. The school was named for the Lafayette Mills, which processed grain, flour, and lumber in the late 1800s.
Freehold Regional High School District Administration Building 11 Pine St, Englishtown, NJ07726 The Freehold-Regional High School District Administration Building houses various Board of Education offices. Inside,…More guests can find the offices of the superintendent, business administration, human resources and student services. The Board of Education holds special and monthly meetings at this site.
Manalapan-Englishtown Regional Schools Administration Building 54 Main St, Manalapan, NJ07726 The Manalapan-Englishtown Regional Schools (MERS) administration building serves as home to various Board of Education…More offices, including the superintendent's office, business office and technology department. The Board of Education also holds special and monthly meetings at the site.
Pine Brook School 155 Pease Rd, Manalapan, NJ07726 In order to accommodate a growing community, Pine Brook School was built in 1966. Subsequently, Kervork Hovnanian, one…More of the first residential developers, provided the site for the Pine Brook School. Originally, Pine Brook had been called the Pease Road School; however, in 1967, the Manalapan-Englishtown Board of Education decided to name the community's school after Manalapan's old mills and streams. The Pine Brook powered J.W. Clark's sawmill in the late 1800's.