Principal's Monthly Newsletter

Happy Autumn Everyone !Inline image 4,

Can you believe it ? We have one month down and nine to go until summer vacation. September flew by so quickly, and now we see our construction project almost near completion. The main offices are a dream come true and the dining hall is massive and well kept. The media center and athletic complex are almost done. You will be quite impressed. Our tennis courts had a face lift and the PE classes and tennis teams are very happy about that.

Your children have been absolutely wonderful !! They are very well behaved,conscientious about their studies and working out in their sports programs. Extra-curricular activities have a very large population of students involved this year. It appears that everyone wants to get into the action. Thank you for your supportive measures to make sure your students get their homework done, arrive to school on time,are respectful, and helpful at all times. It is greatly appreciated.

October brings a season of hope,peace,and harvest. Here at school we are all decked out for harvest season and are excited to see great things and events planned for this month.The first week will be our week of respect where students will hear at each assembly the importance of showing and giving respect.

The mid quarter reports will go home to all students who are struggling in class with a C minus or less on Oct.10.A connect ed will go home to indicate you should have received one. If you did not, please call the guidance office to get yours.

Our annual College Fair night will be held in our brand new Dining Hall on Oct.18. We have over 50 colleges / universities attending. We encourage everyone to attend . It will run from 6:30 -8:00 pm.Inline image 2

Oct.19 -PSAT's will be offered for all students in grades 9,10, and 11 in school.

Oct.21 will be our second annual day of Respect,Remembrance and Reflection. People from all walks of life will address our students. they loved this last year.

Oct.24 will be our annual OPEN HOUSE for all students in grades 6,7, and 8. All are invited to see why we are in the the top 100 high schools in NJ.Inline image 3

Oct.31 will be our celebration of Halloween. All students may dress up at a cost of $ 2.00. No mask will be permitted and nothing offensive,revealing or profane may be worn. Prizes for best costume will be awarded. In the evening will be the annual senior masquerade at 6-7:30 pm in the PAC.


May we all have a peaceful, productive, and positive month ahead.

Happy Halloween !!Inline image 1
 
In Peace,
Dr. Bob
 
 
 
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