We question Jennifer Brower’s judgment as a superintendent of the school who makes decisions that affect the interest and well-being of students and do not believe she is fit for purpose. Jennifer insensibly kicked out our seven-year old child only 7 weeks prior to the end of the school year as we had to move out of the district in April, although we still own a house and pay tax in the district. We even had to pay $1,425 as non-resident tuition to the school just for the month of April only. Our daughter is forced out of North Cliff in May to attend another school for a short period in NJ and ultimately move again to another country in June (my husband got a new job in Europe and already left by himself several months ago. I remained in NJ just to avoid disruption in my daughter's learning process as well as to enable her to complete the academic school year at North Cliff). This will mean our daughter now have to attend 3 different schools just over a few months. This makes us think how detrimental this could ultimately be to our child’s psychology and damaging to her learning process? She already had to suffer from her father’s absence for months, and this additional forced school change only added unnecessary stress to her. Jennifer said there was nothing the district could do by law. However, a document written by Education Law Center (sponsored by New Jersey State Bar Foundation) states the district has the right to do so, but “any policies relating to such admission are adopted at board discretion”. In fact, the neighboring district Englewood seems to allow a student to attend the school if he/she moves away during the last trimester.Furthermore, the way Jennifer and Business Administrator Sue Anne handled the situation was extremely disappointing and not professional. Sue Anne was very aggressive and rude. We even felt harassed. Our daughter did not even have a chance to say good-bye to her teacher and classmates. She had to “disappear” all of a sudden from the class. We felt completely betrayed by these alleged educators. The district always asks the community for support (by means of fundraising, involvement, etc). The opposite doesn't seem to apply and a child's wellbeing remained ignored by the district.