Congratulations to the LVMS Modern Dance Company for three successful performances this week!
March is Youth Art Month! Mrs. Clark and Mr. Mita are proud to showcase some of our student's creative artwork at the Washington Township Public Library.
Don't forget to take our Portrait of a Panther Parent Survey! The survey closes on March 31st. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScJ7dhbeIQmUIEGdsWnGQPXLS9d4m-YYiQPreflD3D8WgJHYA/viewform
Congratulations to Mrs. Bohrer and the LVMS Destination Imagination Teams! The teams competed at the NJ Destination Imagination State Tournament in the Engineering Challenge and finished FIRST!
Our 4th and 5th grade engineers from Mrs. Van Houten’s and Mrs. Richardson & Mrs. Leonard’s classes completed various STEM activities for this year’s Pi Day. Fifth graders took on the role of mentor, guiding fourth graders in how to round decimals, determine diameter and circumference, and take on visual challenges. To celebrate Pi Day, they selected four lucky winners from a raffle to receive a special Pi Day t-shirt, after correctly rounding the decimal numbers to 3.14. Thank you, Mrs. Van Houten, Mrs. Richardson, and Mrs. Leonard for creating this wonderful and memorable activity.
Cucinella School was fortunate to have a visit from Sgt. Matthew Bergen from the New Jersey State Police, who is also a Cucinella parent. He treated our students to the wonderful sounds of the bagpipes on this special St. Patrick’s Day activity. Thank you, Sgt. Bergen, for sharing your talents with us!
Our students worked hard on leprechaun traps, but the Cucinella Leprechaun caused much mischief and shenanigans in the classrooms. We will have to try again next year!
So excited to Welcome the West Morris Central Robotics Club to our District STEM Expo! #NJSTEMMONTH
The District STEM Expo '23 is in full swing! #NJSTEMMonth
It's HERE! The District STEM Expo '23 starts at 1pm TODAY at LVMS! Head on over and check out all the fun activities! It ends at 3pm!
Aren't we "LUCKY"! OFRS had a ball at our St. Patrick's Day Dance Party. Thank you to our PTO for the swag, music, and fun!
The District STEM Expo '23 is this Saturday, March 18, 2023 from 1:00-3:00pm at Long Valley Middle School! For a sneak peak of what will be happening at the Expo, view the Activity List at this website: https://sites.google.com/wtschools.org/stem-expo-23/expo-23-activity-list
The District STEM Expo is this Saturday, March 18th from 1-3 pm at the Long Valley Middle School. Come celebrate NJ STEM Month at this interactive event which will include STEM activities, a showcase of classroom STEM projects and the StarLab, a portable planetarium experience!
WTSchools: The Referendum Vote is TODAY! Polling locations are open from 1:00 - 8:00pm. We hope we can count on your support!
WTSchools: The Referendum Vote is tomorrow, March 14, 2023. Polls are open from 1:00 - 8:00pm. We hope we can count on your support!
WTSchools - District Schools will operate on a 2 hour delayed opening tomorrow, Tuesday, March 14, 2023.
BOARD OF EDUCATION MEETING: Tuesday, March 14, 2023 @ 7:30 pm Long Valley Middle School Performing Arts Center.
FINAL REMINDER! Required paperwork for Spring Sports MUST be submitted by Friday, March 17th at 2:30 PM. Please visit https://www.wtschools.org/o/lvms/article/998052 for more information!
Congratulations to the LVMS Forensics team for competing at The Princeton Academy tournament on Friday night. The Forensics team competes in events in Oratory, Declamation, Impromptu, Prose Interpretation and Poetry Interpretation events. In Prose Interpretation Olivia Heydorn received 1st place, Callista Tronoski- 3rd place, Lukas Cioccia- 4th place and Antonio Capone 5th place. Nick Amoroso, Xander Zimmerman and Chloe Desouza also had great perfomances in our first in-person tournament this year.
Last week, Anthony Cucinella, son of Washington Township Schools’ first superintendent Benedict A. Cucinella, stopped by with former Old Farmers Road School principal Robert Brennan. Anthony supplied current Cucinella principal Christopher Perruso with a copy of his father’s first contract in the district from 1954 when he started as a fifth grade science teacher. Anthony and Robert shared stories of Cucinella school’s namesake with Principal Perruso. The contract will be displayed in Cucinella’s vestibule.