Student Survey Posted

Click HERE to read the letter.
Click HERE to take the student survey.

 

 SUMMER READING 2015
 
 
 
  
 New Egypt Middle School’s Eco Action Team Hosts
Second Annual Eco Fair/STEM Night

New Egypt Middle School’s Eco Action Team recently hosted an Eco Fair and STEM night event at the middle school.  

The Eco Action Team is the school’s Green Initiative student club, developed to help bring awareness to environmental issues and get students involved in making positive and sustainable change. Teachers Tara Melchior, Patti DiChristofaro, Alyson MacFarland, Allison Stathius, Diane Dancer, Diane Carr, Caitlin Lynch, Diane DiBenedictis and Corrine Lynn worked with a team of over 25 students to help put together this event. The evening was complete with fun craft stations, educational activities, free snacks and a prize giveaway.  Students ran workshops on various topics and displayed items from their various class experiences.  The entire event was paid for through the Eco Action Team, and was open to the New Egypt community. 
“I am glad I became involved in the Eco Night.  It was a great experience”, said NEMS student, Morgan Crater.  “I plan to do it again next year!” “It was fun.  It was pretty cool with face painting...and the younger kids had a good time,” said Georgia Toto, a student who assisted at the event Nate Flynn, another middle school attendee said, “It was pretty cool.  It was educational and fun.  I will be involved next year!” “This was the second year we hosted this event, and I hope we can continue to do it for many years to come.  This year, we included Science Technology Engineering and Math (STEM) initiatives and it tied things together well.  The students did such an amazing job, and I am so proud of each and every one of them for representing our school so well!”
 
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  Congratulations to NEMS New Warrior Pals
 
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It’s official!  Next year’s New Egypt Middle School Warrior Pals have been chosen and will begin training this spring.  

 

“Warrior Pals” is the peer leadership program at New Egypt Middle School. The program was created and is overseen by one of the school counselors, Mrs. Natalie Belfiore.  This year, Ms. Carolyn Santoro, NEMS’s other School Counselor, will also be joining in on the fun to assist with the program.  

 

Warrior Pals are trained during 7th grade to be 8th grade peer leaders who mentor incoming 6th grade students during their transition to middle school.  

 

“Warrior Pals are positive role models who support not only the 6th grade students but all the students at NEMS,” said Belfiore. “The newly chosen Warrior Pals are ready and raring to go as they embark on the journey to becoming peer leaders.  

 

The new Warrior Pals are ready to get started.

“ I feel honored to have been selected as a Warrior Pal,” said 7th grade student Cole Damman.

 

“I am super excited about this opportunity,” said Sarah Weber, 7th grade student and Warrior Pal.

  

The selected Warrior Pals are:  Ashlynn Bock, Drew Clugsten, Cole Dammann, Jack Devine, Abby Holman, Hannah Lombardo, Kayla Mulligan, Mackenzie Normile, Christopher O’Neill, Alex Pavljuk, Madelyn Reuter, John Rinaldi, Brandi Robbins, Vanessa Rodriguez, Chase Sempervive, Anthony Surdo, Sarah Weber, and Nicole Winouski.  



 
New Egypt Middle School’s
8th Grade Students
Return to The State House

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Mr. Brenden McCarthy’s Advanced Social Studies class recently traveled to the Trenton State House for the Mini-Model Congress. 

“The students had worked hard to create bills and research the other bills that were selected,” said Mr. McCarthy.

 The classes were split into two groups:  the House and the Senate.  Students were broken into smaller groups and assigned rooms where they debated the bills and worked to pass at least one bill.  Later in the day, the groups worked together to pass one bill. 

New Egypt Middle School students Joseph Brown and Celia Medina won “Excellent in Debate” awards. 

“I knew I was well prepared and I was confident in my ability to debate any of the topics,” said Joe Brown.

Several students received “Excellent in Bill Writing” awards. 

“Lauren Carlucci and Julia Brown were fantastic as committee chairs,”  said Mr. McCarthy.  “I am so proud of all the students.  They worked long and hard to be prepared for today and it was great to see them succeed. All of the students learned something that day and enjoyed their time in the State House.” 

 

 Ocean First
 New Egypt Middle School Awarded $10,000 Grant!
 
Congratulations to Mrs. Carr and Mrs. Melchior who were recently awarded a $10,000 grant from the Ocean First Foundation as part of The Model Classroom Grant Program! 
 

March

New Egypt Middle School Celebrates Good Citizenship  

On April 16, 2015 eleven students from New Egypt Middle School were recognized for their outstanding citizenship at a monthly “Students of the Month/Students Who Made A World of Difference” pizza party hosted by the building Principal, Mrs. Andrea Caldes and Assistant Principal, Mrs. Tara Nesbihal.

Students of the Month are nominated by their grade level team of teachers for outstanding academic achievement, respect for others, participation in co-curricular activities and civic functions.

World of Difference Students are those who are caught being good by displaying positive qualities. Students are issued a reward ticket that is entered into a weekly drawing. 

Each student received an award certificate while enjoying pizza with their peers and administrators. Congratulations to the March winners!  We are very proud of you!

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NEMS Gift Auction Reading Incentive Program

Students Can Win $25 Gift Cards Every Two Weeks!

Students Can Also Win More Prizes At Our End Of The Year Gift Auction In June!
 

Reading Log Click Here
Parent Letter, Please Click here
   

For Item Drop Off Procedures For the Middle School, click here

 Start and End Times-Regular Day, Early Dismissal, Delayed Opening Click here.

Please note the Report Card issue dates below:

Grades can be viewed on the Parent Portal on the following dates:

Marking Period 1 – November 14, 2014
Marking Period 2 – February 6, 2015
Marking Period 3 – April 20, 2015
Marking Period 4 – Last Day of School, June 15, 2015

 

Instructions to Receive E-Alerts 
Click here
 


Policy on Harassment, Intimidation, and Bullying
 
Click here to view the policy.

DART (Developing Alcohol Responsibility Together) Community Coalition
This voluntary survey will take a few minutes to complete.  Your response will help guide us in fulfilling the Mission of the DART Coalition which is to engage county residents in the process of reducing substance abuse among youth in Ocean County and over time the community as a whole.

Esta encuesta voluntaria le tomara unos minutos para completar:
Su respuesta nos ayudara a cumplir la misión de la coalición de DART.  Nuestra misión es de incluir los residentes en el proceso de reducir el abuso de alcohol o drogas entre la juventud en el condado de Ocean y con tiempo dentro de la comunidad en general.  

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There are more than 79,000 deaths attributed to excessive alcohol consumption in the United States each year, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Play a part in making

DART is a Community Coalition aimed at reducing the harmful effects of alcohol and alcohol-related motor vehicle crashes. The Coalition, which develops environmental strategies to achieve its goal, is comprised of community leaders including law enforcement and government officials, educators, business owners, substance abuse professionals, clergy, students and other youth.

This program highlights the commitment of Ocean County Coalition in educating the community regarding and the extreme danger it imposes when combined with alcohol!
 


Directions to Away Games PDF Format)
 
Please remember that an easy way to help NEMS is through the Target Take Charge of Education program. All you need to do is get a Target REDcard and designate NEMS as your school. Target will donate a percentage of your purchases to NEMS.

District Facebook Page and Twitter
You can now stay updated on district information by visiting our Facebook page or subscribing to us on Twitter.


PARCC Tutorial & Practice Test- Click Here.

NEMS Announcements

  • NEMS SPORTS WILL START SOON AFTER SCHOOL BEGINS. STUDENTS SHOULD LISTEN TO MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS.

    PHYSICAL FORMS:

    CLICK ON "ATHLETICS" 

    CHOOSE "ATHLETIC TRAINER" (THIS LINKS TO THE HIGH SCHOOL WEBSITE)

    CLICK "SPORTS PHYSICAL INFORMATION" IN THE LIST ON THE LEFT

    CLICK ON FORMS AS NEEDED

    PAY TO PARTICIPATE INFORMATION: 

    CLICK ON "ATHLETICS"

    CLICK ON "PAY TO PARTICIPATE"

    GO TO BOTTOM OF PARAGRAPH AND CLICK "HERE"

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  • FOR APRIL PARCC TESTING DATE CHANGES PLEASE CLICK HERE
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District Announcements

  • On August 25, 2015 Plumsted Township Schools had to initiate a lock down due to an incident in our community.

    The Plumsted Township Police Department collaborated with school administrators to ensure that all students and staff were safe, The Plumsted Township Police Department assisted the school administration in the evacuation of district students and staff who were present at the time of this incident.
    The incident involved the loss of a community member. As a school community, we are deeply saddened by the loss.

    Click here for additional resources that will help students, staff and parents deal with the grief related to this incident.
    In addition school counselors are avaialable to assist students at this time.

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  • Harassment, Intimidation and Bullying Self-Assessment and Year End Summary 2014-2015

    Click here to view the presentation presented to the Board of Education on July 8, 2015.

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  • Free Summer Meals for Kids and Teens-See the Flyer from the US Department of Agriculture for more information. Click here.
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  • District Budget Presentation from May 5, 2015 Board of Education Public Hearing
    Click here. 

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  • Full Day Kindergarten presentation by Mrs. Bilenker now posted.
    Click here.

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  • Performance Report Presentation Posted
    View the 2013-2014 Performance Report Presentation presented at the February 10, 2015 BOE Meeting. Click here. 
    To view the reports from the NJDOE, click here.

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  • Violence, Vandalism and Harassment Intimidation and Bullying Presentation
    Presented at the February 11, 2014 BOE Meeting, this presentation includes data from Reporting Period 1 for the 2014-2015 school year. Click here.

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  • Presentation from the NJDOE regarding Graduation Requirements
    Impacts the Classes of 2016, 2017 and 2018. Click here.

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  • PARCC Information is now available!
     Click here to read more, see sample questions and take a practice test.

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  • District Assessment Data Presentation Available
    For a pdf of the Presentation presented at the Board of Education Meeting on November 12, 2014 click here.
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Harassment, Intimidation, and Bullying

School Anti-Bullying Specialist
Mrs. Natalie Belfiore
115 Evergreen Rd.
New Egypt, NJ 08533
609-758-6800 x2100
belfioren@newegypt.us

District’s Anti-Bullying Coordinator
Mr. Rick DeMarco
115 Evergreen Rd.
New Egypt, NJ 08533
609-758-6800 x2100
demarcor@newegypt.us