The South Orange – Maplewood Board of Education (BOE) is asking stakeholders to complete an online survey to help guide the district in its search for a new superintendent.
The board released the survey this week, as part of its …
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“The MMS 8th grade moving up ceremony will take place on Wednesday, June 25th at 9:00am in the Gymnasium. Families must enter through the double doors on Maple Street to the left of the garden courtyard area. The Police Dept has been asked to waive the parking regulations from 8:30am – 12:30pm.
With over 260 8th graders, we ask that families do not bring balloons, signs, banners, or flowers into the gym. Please keep those in the car and present them to your child when they greet you on the front lawn of the school for the H.S.A. reception, which is directly after the ceremony. During the ceremony, we request that you hold your applause until all the students have been awarded their certificates.
In order to be compliant with occupancy regulations, admission is by ticket only. All students will receive three (3) tickets only. Every guest who requires a seat must have a ticket, including small children. All tickets will be given to students during school on Tuesday, June 24th. Lost or misplaced tickets cannot be replaced.
This holiday be an American Hero and help save 3 lives with one donation!
All donors from June 3rd through July 6th wilt be entered to win one of 10 $25.00 WalMart Gift Cards,
Winners will be announced on July 7, 2014!
BE A PATRIOTIC HERO, SAVE LIVES – GIVE BLOOD!!!
Maplewood 4th of July Festival
Memorial Park, Maplewood, NJ
2:00 pm – 6:00 pm
The Blood Center of New Jersey
The 2013-2014 MMS Peer Tutors had an end of the year celebration. Students were excused from class as a reward for donating more than 100 hours of tutoring service to the school and community. The club is co-sponsored by Achieve and Youthnet.
MMS’s Peer Tutoring Club was created by 6th grade teacher Rob Schmidt, who understands how successful peer to peer learning can be. Tutors were recommended by teachers and counselors and participated in multiple trainings throughout the year. Students were trained and helped integrate Chromebooks into daily sessions, and tutor created feedback forms helped keep parents and teachers informed of their child’s progress. Tutors took on leadership roles greater than imagined and learned to establish relationships, allowing more meaningful learning to occur. Tutors even began to train and mentor each other. As the year continued, the club grew to an average of 40 students an afternoon, two days a week.
for Tuscan’s Own Ms. Baltin, Ms. Gordon & Ms. Jackson
WHEN: Tuesday, June 17 @3:15pm
WHERE: Tuscan School Front Lawn
WHO: Sponsored by your Tuscan School PTA
Students, come say “Thank you for helping us bloom and grow over the years.” Co-workers and parents, drop in and say “Thanks for the memories!”
Refreshments, cake, giant cards to sign, lots of fun!
NO RSVP necessary, just drop in and show
The final exam schedule is the following:
6/13 World Language/Language Arts
6/16 Science/Language Arts
6/17 Math/World Languages
6/18 Science/Social Studies
6/19 Math/Social Studies