Project Infinity Session 3

 

Club

School

Teachers

Day

Lunch 

Dance Club Neeta Barszczewski Tuesday  
MS Sports Club Neeta Czarzasty Tuesday  
Movie Analysis Neeta Czarzasty Thursday 5th Period Lunch
Chess Club Neeta Czarzasty Wednesday 5th Period Lunch
Kids Art Club Nokomis Gerber Tuesday  
Readers Theater Nokomis Gillet Tuesday  
Robotics Neeta Heggan Thursday  
Rocketry Challenge Neeta Heggan/Agin Tuesday  
Newspaper Club Neeta Leone Thursday  
Fencing Neeta Meakim Thursday  
Fencing Neeta Meakim Tuesday  
Lego Nokomis Cona Tuesday  
Lego Neeta Moorhead Wednesday  
Battle of the Books Neeta York Tuesday  
Pokémon Club Neeta Barszczewski Monday  

LION KING TICKET ORDER FORM

Superintendent's Corner: April

PARCC testing is in full swing as first full week of April sees our 4th and 5th grade students locking in.  The 7th and 8th graders will be testing after we return from Spring Break, which happens to begin with an early dismissal day on Thursday, April 13th.  We will closed Friday, April 14th through Friday, April 21st.  Classes resume on Monday, April 23rd.  As a reminder, we are very happy to have Det. Sgt. Kohler, of the Burlington County Prosecutor’s Office, coming to Neeta on Wednesday, April 26th, for his technology safety presentation. To close out the month, we will be traveling to Washington, D.C. with our 8th graders.  I know they are excited and looking forward to it.

Finally, as the weather breaks, please remind your students to wear their helmets while riding to and from school. Before you know it, spring will have a hold of us and everything will be in bloom! I hope everyone has a safe and enjoyable Spring Break.

Anthony Dent

Superintendent


 

PARCC Information: Spring 2017

PARCC testing for our 3rd and 4th graders begins March 27 

PARCC testing for 5th and 6th grade will commence the following week, April 3-7

PARCC testing for 7th and 8th grade will occur May 1-5

 
A few reminders for parents/students during PARCC testing:
  1. Headphones are needed for testing. Students are encouraged to bring in their own headphones to school if they do not already have them in their classrooms
  2. No personal electronic devices are allowed to be with the students during testing, which includes Apple watches. 
  3. It is imperative that students arrive to school on time so that they can enter testing with their class. Students who are absent or arrive after testing has begun will be scheduled for make-up testing at a later date. 
Thank you for your cooperation!

http://www.parcconline.org/resources/parent-resources

The Team America Rocketry Challenge

The Team America Rocketry Challenge (TARC) is a rocket contest where students build/design/launch their very own rockets from scratch. In order to comply with the requirements for TARC, they need to keep their rockets under a certain gross weight/ reach a certain altitude (775 feet) and have it return to Earth within 41-43 seconds all the while having an egg survive the trip along with the rocket separating into two pieces at apogee. Both of those pieces need to descend with some sort of parachute/streamer. Students have been working on their rockets since November  and all qualifying scores need to be submitted by April 3rd. The top 100 scores in the nation closest to the height and time parameters will be invited to Washington for a final launch in May.

  

MEDFORD LAKES SCHOOL DISTRICT

  

APPLICATION FOR INCLUSIVE PRESCHOOL

2017-2018

 

Dear Parents/Guardians,

Medford Lakes Public Schools invites you to apply for their Preschool program to be held at Nokomis School for the 2017-2018 school year.  The program is half-day, 5 days per week and follows the Curiosity Corner curriculum, one of the five approved programs used in the state of New Jersey. Curiosity Corner provides a developmental approach emphasizing language and literacy, as well as physical, emotional and interpersonal development, math, science, social studies, music, movement and art.  The literacy-focused, problem-solving program provides teachers and children with structured thematic units that include concrete, interactive experiences with detailed instructions and materials.  Effective instruction is built around the concept of cooperative learning within a carefully designed and supportive structure. 

An inclusion program serves children who are typically developing and children with special needs in a general education classroom with services delivered programmatically in the natural classroom environment.  For more information about NJDOE preschool curriculum, go to:

http://www.state.nj.us/education/ece/curriculum/curriculum.htm

The current tuition is $3,000.00, and is subject to change.  Students will be selected on a lottery basis if necessary.  No transportation will be provided.  We are looking for typically-developing students who turn four by October 1, 2016 and are toilet trained.  

To apply for this program, complete the form below and please return by March 5, 2017 to the Child Study Team Office at Neeta School, 44 Neeta Trail, Medford Lakes, NJ 08055.  Notification of acceptance will be made by March 31, 2017.  Please contact the CST office at 609-654-5155 x101, if you need further information.

  Letter-InclusivePreschooEnrollmentLetter 2017-18

 

PHANATICS FOR READING: Phillies mascot books a visit with Medford Lakes students

Anti-Bullying

  

Anti-Bullying Coordinator 

Carole Ramage

609-654-0991 x 502

Anti-Bullying Specialists

Nokomis

Sarah Brier

609-654-5155 x 514

Neeta

Kelly Scapellato

609-654-5155 x 154

  Alleged HIB Reporting Form

Medford Lakes Yearbook Links

   

Design Your Yearbook

 

 

Readiness Assessment

Pre Algebra Readiness Assessment / Algebra Readiness Assessment study guide is now available.

 Pre algebra Assessment study guide 

Algebra Assessment Readiness study guide