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LONG VALLEY MIDDLE SCHOOL 

 

 2021- 2022 School Year

Grade 8: Ms. Denny

(908) 876-3434 x2320

[email protected]

 

National Junior Honor Society is accepting applications at this time.  Forms are available on the school's website or Mrs. Smith's website.  Forms are due to Mrs. Smith on Friday, 1/28.  Any questions, please see Mrs. Smith in Room 20 (8th grade hall) or email [email protected].

https://www.wtschools.org/domain/243

 

CLASS OF 2022

Check Out the High School Preperation Tab for

Upcoming Dates to Remember 

 

Who will WIN this years:

HOUSE WARS

This year we are going to have a school wide competition that we are calling HOUSE WARS!

Your homerooms will be working together to earn Spirit points for your House! 

 

What are spirit points? And how do you earn them? 

Spirit Points are earned by student and staff participation in our Spirit Days. Peer leaders will come around to your homerooms on spirit days to tally up the number of participants in each house. Winners will be announced after each spirit day and 1st, 2nd, & 3rd place houses will receive SPIRIT POINTS. 

 

CHECK OUT THE BULLETIN BOARD across from RM 32 For current Spirit Point TOTALS!

 

2022 YEARBOOK ORDER CENTER

https://www.yearbookordercenter.com/index.cfm/job/4877

 

Check out my Yearbook Club tab for more information 

 

 

Link to Daily School Announcements

https://www.wtschools.org/Page/556

 

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

 

Need a break? Feeling stressed? 

Check out the Relaxation & Stress Management corner on here! 

 

 

 

 

 Our School Celebrated Breast Cancer Awareness Month by

Wearing PINK! 2019 

 

 

 

 

 

“Intelligence plus character — that is the goal of true education.”

-Martin Luther King, Jr.

 

 

 **Please make sure that parent/guardian contact information is updated on the grade portal.  Thank you!   

 

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.