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New Student and Incoming 6th Grade Student Info Center

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Incoming 6th Grade Parent Orientation - School Counselor Presentation

 

 

Congratulations 2021-2022 Students of the Month &

Teacher Recognition Award Recipients!

 

 

 

LVMS 2022 Spring Into Service Initiative

 

Color A Smile is a nonprofit organization that distributes cheerful drawings to senior citizens, our troops overseas, and anyone in need of a smile.  Every month they mail thousands of new drawings to all the people on their mailing list.  

Kids, teens, and adults of any age can volunteer to color and help us spread smiles.

  

OUR LVMS Students are already hard at work and ready to send someone a SMILE.  Check these out! 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Show Your LVMS Spirit 

& earn spirit points for your house!

*Help your house be one of the top 3 spirited houses at LVMS by participating in theme days throughout the school year!  Spirit points are awarded each theme day to the houses with the most participation.  Click below to view upcoming spirit days!

 

 Battle of the Houses.pdf 

 

 

 

 7 Simple Grounding Techniques to Calm Down Quickly

 

 

  Study Skill and Time Management Apps for Middle School Students.pdf 

 

 

LVMS SCHOOL COUNSELING   

Students/Parents:  If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to me at [email protected]

Parents:  You can also reach me at (908) 876-3434 x2337.

Students:  My door's always open!  Stop by my office with any questions, concerns, or just to say hi!

 

Stay Informed!  Oncourse Connect Grade Portal

Please make sure your Oncourse Connect (www.oncourseconnect.com) account is set up so that you may receive school related information, report cards, and forms.  If you have difficulty accessing Oncourse Connect due to username or password issues, please email Mrs. Werneke at LVMS ([email protected]) or Mrs. Conicelli at the Board of Education Office ([email protected]).    

 

   

 

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The Long Valley Middle School Counseling Program promotes a positive school climate and supports student success through a developmental child-centered approach.

 

Our mission as school counselors is to provide a comprehensive guidance program that will assist all students in acquiring the skills, knowledge and attitudes needed to be successful students, responsible and productive citizens, and become lifelong learners.  The program provides an atmosphere in which the dignity, culture, and social/emotional needs of every student are valued and one in which mutual respect and individuality are practiced.