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Thomas Edison School
37-01 Fair Lawn Ave, Fair Lawn, NJ 07410
Located on Fair Lawn Avenue, this public school offers a unique educational enivronment for students withMore developmental disabilities. The school also houses the Fair Lawn Board of Education and Administrative offices and hosts monthly BOE meetings. 
Fair Lawn Borough Department of Transportation, Buildings and Gr
5-01 Bergen Ave, Fair Lawn, NJ 07410
The transportation and buildings and grounds departments both share space with the Fair Lawn Board of Education onMore Bergen Avenue. Part of the department of public works, the buildings and grounds department is responsible for maintaining and repairing the borough's properties. The board of education's transportation department houses and coordinates Fair Lawn's public school buses.
Caputo's Catering
14-19 Parmelee Ave, Fair Lawn, NJ 07410
The Caputo family has been serving up its specialties to the Fair lawn community for more than 50 years, and Caputo'sMore Catering has made its home inside the Fair Lawn Athletic Club for the past 24 years. On the premises are a public dining room for lunch patrons and a banquet hall with a bar and dance floor for private events. Caputo's also does off-premise catering, including school lunches and corporate affairs.
H.B. Milnes Elementary
8-01 Philip St, Fair Lawn, NJ 07410
H.B. Milnes is a K-5 public elementary school with a diversified student body and specific programs for specialMore education and autistic children. Every classroom has computers. The school emphasizes its warm environment where students always come first. Joseph Fulco is the principal, leading a faculty of about 60.
Fair Lawn High School
14-00 Berdan Ave, Fair Lawn, NJ 07410

Fair Lawn's only public high school has over 1,500 students taking part in a curriculum including math, English,More social studies, science, music, physical education and world language. One of the school's stated missions is to identify the critical skills, abilities, and experiences that are necessary for student success and reflect on the responsibility to understand what its students need to learn.

A wide variety of students clubs includes Animal Rights Club, Big Brother/Big Siste, Chemistry League, Debate Team, Student Council, Jazz Ensemble, Model UN, Pre-Med Club, Peer Leadership, and Ski Club, among many others.

In athletics, the "Cutters" have teams in cross country, football, cheerleading, soccer, tennis, volleyball, basketball, bowling, fencing, ice hockey, swimming, track, wrestling, baseball and softball.

James Marcella is the school's principal.