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Erial Elementary School
20 Essex Ave, Erial, NJ 08081
The current version of this K-6 school on Essex Avenue was completed in 1980. The school initially opened in 1960,More replacing the Erial School building constructed in the 1930s and now part of nearby Point Ariel Park, located at Erial and Little Mill roads. The principal is Timothy Trow.
George Erdbrink Complex
Essex Ave & Line St, Sicklerville, NJ 08081
This baseball complex, located across the street from Erial Elementary School, serves as home to the Erial LittleMore League. The league was founded in 1982. 
James W. Lilley Elementary School
1275 Williamstown Erial Rd, Sicklerville, NJ 08081
Built in 1986, this K-5 school draws students from the township's Erial and Sicklerville sections. Like the Charles W.More Lewis Middle School in Blackwood, it is named after a former school superintendent. James Lilley served as Gloucester Township Public Schools superintendent over three decades. The school's principal is Angela Rose-Bounds.
Gloucester Township Public Schools
17 Erial Rd, Blackwood, NJ 08012
Gloucester Township Public Schools consists of eight elementary schools and three middle schools. The administration'sMore office building is located at 17 Erial Road, in the township's Blackwood section. The district superintendent is Thomas Seddon.
Blackwood Elementary School
260 Erial Rd, Blackwood, NJ 08012

The Blackwood Elementary School building opened on Blenheim-Erial Road in 1958, the same year as Chews ElementaryMore School on Somerdale Road. Three additions have since been completed.

In 1960, eight classrooms were added and, in 1980, 10 classrooms and an all-purpose room, library, teachers' lounge, cafeteria, and additional restroom facilities were completed.  A new gymnasium, office space and five new classrooms were added in 1995.

The school's principal is Kim Capone.

Union Valley Elementary School
1300 Jarvis Rd, Sicklerville, NJ 08081

The township's newest school, Union Valley opened on Jarvis Road, in the township's Erial section, in 2001. TheMore school is named after Union Valley No. 44, a school that operated near the Jarvis Road school property from 1855 through 1932.

Union Valley houses students in pre-K through 5th grade.

The school's principal is Tracy J. Elwell.