Announcements

  • Give Back of Emergency Days:

    When Emergency Days are not used, the district gives them back by closing school on days that were originally scheduled to have school in session. As such all Great Meadows Regional Schools will be CLOSED on Monday May 23rd, Friday May 27th, and  Tuesday May 31st as part of the District’s Give Back Plan.

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  • Governor's Educator of the Year Awards:

    Governor’s Educator of the Year (Middle School)  Kimbra Miller
    Governor’s Educator Service Professional of the year (Middle School)  Eileen Caufield

    CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL!

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  • DOE announces STATEWIDE PARCC scores

    Click here to view results

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  • New Jersey Standards Review

    By following the link below the user will be taken to the New Jersey Standards Review Home page.  Staff and Public can be a part of the Common Core Review Process.

    http://njstandardsreview.statestandards.org

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  • 2015-2016 Intramural Basketball Permission Slip:
    Information regarding the required permission slip for participation is now available on the Middle School website.
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  • Acadmic Letter for SMART
    To help our students in their efforts to excel academically, we will be making adjustments to a few activities occurring during SMART time.
     
     
     
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  • New Building Access Policy:
    In the interest of your child’s safety while in school, and in light of recent events involving school security, the district is modifying parent access to all three schools.
     
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  • View the latest District Newsletter:
    Stay up to date with the latest information about our district.
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Headlines

  • GIVE BACK DAYS

    When Emergency Days are not used, the district gives them back by closing school on days that were originally scheduled to have school in session. As such all Great Meadows Regional Schools will be CLOSED on Monday May 23rd, Friday May 27th, and Tuesday May 31st as part of the District’s Give Back Plan.

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  • Hidden in Plain Sight Awareness Program

    What appears to be at first glance is the bedroom of the average teenager. But amidst the clutter of clothing scattered on the floor, school supplies on a desk and personal care products on a vanity are more than 150 items that can actually be signals that a young person could be involved in risky, dangerous and even illegal activity. Please click the title above for more information about this awareness program.

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  • WCPO Safety Notice

    Safety Notice from the Warren County Prosecutors Office

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  • SCHOLARSHIPS FOR GM SENIORS! (Click here for printable form)

    Two $500 scholarships are being offered to high school seniors who attended schools in the Great Meadows Regional School District. The scholarships will be awarded by the Great Meadows Regional Education Association (GMREA).

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  • NJ Requied Immunizations

    Please read the document (by click the title above) so you can be up on all the 2015 Immunization changes for school entry information.

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  • Incoming 6th Grade Powerpoint Presentation

    Please click the title above to view the presentation for 5th grade parents shown at the May 28th meeting.

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  • Middle School Sports Programs & Clubs

    Please click the title above to be taken to the web page containing informaton on the different sports programs offered by the district this year.

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  • NJDOE Media Violence and Youth Impact Pamphlet

    Please find attached a copy of the pamphlet dated 9/23/14 regarding "Media Violence and Youth: Impact of a Child's Exposure to Media Violence".

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  • Washington DC 2015-2016

    Please click the title above to view information about this year's field trip.

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  • Enterovirus D68

    As news spreads and more and more kids are hospitalized by enterovirus D68, parents are increasingly worried about their children becoming infected. It's important to help families understand what the virus is, how it is transmitted, and how it can be prevented. Please click the title above for more information on this virus.

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