Congratulations to all of our 8th Grader!
Good luck next year!
Virtual Move-up Ceremony
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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:
Please review the following documents to learn more about transitioning from 5th Grade at The Washington School to 6th Grade in Millburn Middle School.
Over the course of the past few years, we have continued to work with the PTO Safety Committee, Millburn Police Department and other stakeholders to identify safety concerns and make the necessary adjustments to ensure the safety of our students during arrival and dismissal time.
Please review the two documents attached.
In order to purchase lunch in the cafeteria using a school lunch account, parents need to create an account using www.PayForIt.net .
Current 7th STUDENTS That want to Join Peer leaders in 8th grade
We are happy to announce the 2020/2021 Peer leadership Digital Application Process.
Over the past few weeks, we have been working to ensure that the transition to Millburn High School or the school of choice is special. The 8th Grade Move-up Ceremony is a pivotal event for middle schoolers. It represents a close to a period of 3 years where students have grown physically, emotionally, academically, and socially. The time students spend in middle school is short, but the memories created are great.
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.