Millburn hosted the Essex County Challenge 24 competition for the 6th year in a row.
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Today, Millburn's Varsity Jeopardy Team won first place in the Essex County's Academically Speaking Competition. Students trained weekly after school for this competition during the Spring and Fall sessions in PTO's Jeopardy Club.
On Wednesday 5/16/2018, six of our Millburn Middle School students competed at the Essex County Gifted and Talented Forensic competition, at Montclair State University.
5/16/2018: The construction crew has excavated and poured a new footing for the future corridor that will provide access to the new gymnasium. Excavation has continued, and the footprint for the new building is taking shape. The footing frames for the addition have been set, and concrete and courses of cinder block have arrive and are being laid. 4/16/2018: The weather has turned, and the construction crew has been busy excavating the area behind the school to prepare the concrete pour for the footings that will support the corridor to the new addition. Check out the photos log to see the progress.
Good afternoon 8th Grade Parents, With the 2017-18 school year rapidly coming to a close, so, too, is the middle-school experience for our 8th Graders. Our 8th Graders who have made such strides - they have matured physically, emotionally, socially, and academically. As we enter the month of June, it is time to celebrate, to reflect, and to say goodbye.
Congratulations to the MMS Odyssey Team placing 3rd in the NJ State Finals competition in Problem 5.
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Good afternoon MMS Parents & Guardians: We have re-evaluated our security at MMS in response to the tragedy that took place in Florida recently. As a result, we are asking parents and guardians to make to some adjustments when they conduct business at Millburn Middle School. In addition, we have examined and made changes to some of our internal practices.
MILLBURN -- The Millburn Middle School MathCounts team -- eighth-graders Josh Hemingson, Ritvik Bordia, Benjamin Hu and William Young -- came in first at the MathCounts North Central New Jersey Chapter competition held Feb. 10 at NJIT. By Christina Giannantonio firstname.lastname@example.org The Star-Ledger
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