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Week of Respect 
Week of Respect
Week of Respect 
Week of Respect

Week of Respect 

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

HIB - Harrassment Intimidation and Bullying

Antibullying
District Anti-Bullying Coordinator, Kate Diskin Asst. Superintendent 434 Millburn Avenue, Millburn, NJ 07041 973-376-3600, x40154 kate.diskin@millburn.org Click for specialists at each school...

NWEA MAP Testing ~ 7th Grade 10/12/20

Dear 7th Grade Parents and Students, On Monday, October 12th, beginning at 8 a.m., the 7th Grade Math Department will be administering the Fall MAP (NWEA: Measures of Academic Progress~MAP) benchmark assessment to all 7th graders. Millburn Middle School administers the MAP assessment to 7th grade students annually.

MMS Week of Respect ~ October 5-9, 2020

Dear Families, The week of October 5th-9th has been designated by the state as the “Week of Respect.” The Week of Respect is a yearly week of awareness, education, and specific activities designed to develop and maintain positive school climates and safe and supportive school environments devoid of harassment, intimidation and bullying as well as to encourage respect and increase social and emotional competence in New Jersey public schools.

New Student Registration Underway for 2021-22 School Year

registration
Registration for the 2021-2022 school year takes place from through August 2021 using the online Registration Gateway system.  Parents of incoming students are encouraged to register as soon as possible once you have proof of residency, so the school district can plan for the number of students who will be attending in the Fall of 2021.

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