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 marsville team

New Egypt Middle School sixth grade students in Advanced Science just completed their year-long Marsville Program. This STEM project challenges students to design a habitat suitable for life on Mars. The students must work with teams from other schools to design and build their unique habitats. Additionally, each team of students must complete various program components including creating a life support system for the habitat, designing uniforms, meeting nutritional lunch requirements, considering waste disposal on Mars and communicating with other schools throughout the year.  

New Egypt Middle School is incredibly proud of this year’s Marsville crew for their dedication and commitment to the program. They were shining examples of New Egypt Warriors, as they collaborated, cooperated and provided leadership throughout the program! Way to go!!! 


 Mini Model Congress 

 Mini Model Congress

On May 10, 2016, Mr. McCarthy's advanced social studies class joined other New Jersey middle school students in visiting the Trenton State House for the Mini Model Congress. Students worked tirelessly for months preparing for the event by writing their bills and formulating their arguments. Of all the bills submitted state-wide, two of the eleven selected overall were submitted by New Egypt students. John Rinaldi wrote a bill to change the conceal and carry laws in New Egypt. Alex Pavjluk wrote a bill that would abolish the penny. The students were very prepared and handled themselves with grace and class. Ninety-four percent of Mr. McCarthy’s students received the Excellency in Bill Writing Award. The Excellency in Debate Award was bestowed upon Alex Pavjluk, Kaylee Ball, Kayla Mulligan, and Antionetta DiDonatto. “It was the trip of a lifetime that the students will not soon forget,” says Mr. McCarthy.

6th Grade Academic Bowl Team Wins 2nd Place 

 April 20, 2016 - Six ambitious New Egypt Middle School sixth graders took second place at the annual Academic Bowl competition held at Goetz Middle School in Jackson on April 20. Beating over 23 other 6th grade teams from across the region, these students truly deserved the honor after their dedication and hard work! Congratulations to Eric Parsells , Megan Normile,  Nick Surdo, Abby Whetzel, Annie Witham, and Grace Kuey!
 Academic Bowl Team

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

Marking Period 1 – November 9, 2016
Marking Period 2 – January 26, 2016
Marking Period 3 – April 4, 2017
Marking Period 4 – Last Day of School, June 14, 2017


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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!

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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

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