Trom the Office of the Mayor: If you are a parent, please make the time to attend the Washington Township Municipal Alliance presentation on “Measures to Prevent your Child from Being Kidnapped, Abducted, and Sexually Exploited” The presentation will be by Undersheriff Alan Robinson, from the Morris County Sheriff’s Department, and every parent should make an effort to see this presentation. Monday, June 5, 2023 6-8PM at the Washington Township Public Library.
May we never forget those who made the ultimate sacrifice for our freedom and great nation. We hope everyone has a great Memorial Day Weekend!
6-1 Math Students competed in a cup stacking competition during state testing week. After stacking cups, as a class they took their data which was the number of rows of cups per group and found the mean, median and mode.
REMINDER: District Schools will be closed from May 26th & 29th, for Memorial Day Weekend. School will resume on Tuesday, May 30th.
From the office of the Mayor: There has been a lot of discussion about the County’s summer’s Schooley’s Mountain Road bridge project. At our project kickoff meeting, I asked the County to hold a public information session meting for people to get information on the project and ask questions. As I mentioned in my monthly update, on Thursday, May 25th at 7:00PM, Washington Township Officials, in conjunction with the Morris County Engineering Department, will be holding an open public information session at Town Hall, 43 Schooley’s Mountain Road, Long Valley, N.J., for the purpose of discussing the Long Valley Center Schooley’s Mountain Bridge Repair Project. Information will be presented on the detours, dates, and related project logistics. The project work is scheduled to begin on June 1st with detours beginning on or about June 17th. The meeting is open to the public and no action will be taken. Please attend if you have any questions, concerns, or comments on the project.
Funded by our generous LVMS PTA grant, Mr. Ferrante brought VR Goggles to Social Studies classes to help 6th graders virtually visit the Colosseum, the Form and the Circus Maximus. A great addition to our ancient Rome curriculum! Thank you LVMS PTA for your support!
The Destination Imagination Team is making GREAT things happen in Kansas City! Keep up the hard work Purple Panthers!
Watch the LVMS Destination Imagination team live in Kansas City at the 2023 Global Finals Opening Ceremony! The LVMS team will be one of two teams walking in the Opening Ceremony representing New Jersey at 7PM central time! http://ditv.globalfinals.org/
And they're off! Safe travels to our Destination Imagination team as they travel to Kansas City to compete in the DI Global Finals!
Congratulations, LVMS Forensics Team, for a great showing at the State Championship! Thank you, Mrs. Smith & Dr. Jenkins for all of your help hosting the NJSDL championship again this year. Such a great event - such an amazing team! Great job!
Thank you to all that joined us for incoming 6th Grade Parent Orientation last night! All presentation information has been emailed and posted to the WTSchools Website / App. We look forward to welcoming FKS and OFRS students next week and BAC students after Memorial Day!
Last week our 8th graders focused on communication, team building, and teamwork during our SEL Lesson!
Thank you LVMS Student Council for hosting an amazing Talent Show!
Wishing all of our LVMS Moms a Happy Mother's Day! We hope you all can have a relaxing day!
Congratulations to Mrs. Oppel and the members of the LVMS chorus and concert bands on a great Spring Concert! Don't forget to join us tonight for the Orchestra, Jazz Band, and Rock Band performances at 7:00 PM.
6th Grader Catie Bearlepp creates miniature canvas paintings in Art Club with Mrs. Clark.
BOARD OF EDUCATION MEETING: Tuesday,, May 9, 2023 @ 7:30 pm Long Valley Middle School - Performing Arts Center.
The 7th Grade Gifted & Talented Class Project was to partner with the United Nations to create a new plan, solution, and/or campaign to bring awareness/closure to the Sustainable Goals and their projected deadlines. The project summation was a field trip to the UN and lunch in Little Italy!
Attention 8th Graders! We're excited to announce the theme of the 8th Grade End of Year Dance! We are looking forward to a great night on June 9th. Get ready to GLOW crazy and LIGHT up the night!
In 6th grade math, students completed artwork using the geometry shapes they studied in chapter seven. The assignment was part of our unit on area and composite shapes.