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Bring Your Child to Work Day 2019 at MMS
Halloween 2018

Halloween 2018

Spring 2018 MMS
Spring 2018 MMS
Spring 2018 MMS
Bring your child to work day at MMS

Bring Your Child to Work Day 2018

MMS 2018 Odyssey of the Mind Team
Student wear blue for Autism Awareness
1st Place MathCounts Team
Select Orchestra caroling in the morning at MMS
Faculty & Staff Support Pajama Day
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Fesitvus Caroling at MMS!
Holiday Concert Snowman
Holiday Concert 2017
BBQ Fall 2017 #6
Faculty & Staff in Halloween Costumes 2017

MMS Faculty & Staff in Costume on Halloween 10/31/2017

American Flag in front of MIllburn Middle School

Recent News

MHS Boasts 52 Scholastic Arts Award Winners

Scholastic Winners 2020
The Regional Awards include the Gold Key, Silver Key and Honorable Mention Gold Key winning work will be exhibited at Montclair Art Museum from February 15 to March 22, 2020.

8th Grade End of Year Field Trip Information

As our 8th-graders’ experience at MMS comes to a close, we celebrate their time in middle school with a celebratory field trip. On Monday, June 15, 2020, our 8th-graders will have the opportunity to visit Fountain Spring Lake Country Club for a day of fun, excitement and an opportunity to bond with classmates prior to going to high school.

Cultural Diversity Social Justice Email 1/10/20

Turning 15 on the Road to Freedom
I would like to take this opportunity to share with you some of the great connections that our staff members are making with regard to our district’s work with Dr. Joshi and Cultural Diversity and Social Justice.  I am really excited about these additions to our middle schoolers’ educational experience. Our staff has done great work to enrich our student’s understanding of cultural diversity and social justice as evidenced below by the following programs and learning opportunities:

PowerSchool “Unplugged”

As a district, we have placed an emphasis on wellness in our school community. The Challenge Success data have shown that the overemphasis on grades has been identified as a source of stress for our students. As we begin to close out 2019, we would like to reframe the conversation around your child(ren)’s academics, focusing less on the letter grade and average and more on what they have learned, how they have grown and where they want to go.

No Place for Hate Pledge

This year, Millburn Middle School is working toward becoming a No Place for Hate School.  Our newest peer leader group, BRAVE, and the guidance office have been working to create activities, form committees, and take steps to meet the criteria to receive this designation.

Upcoming Events

Math Olympiad

Time: 2:30 PM – 3:30 PM
Where: MMS Cafeteria
Mar 11

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