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ATTENTION PARENTS
THIRD MARKING PERIOD  REPORT CARDS ARE NOW POSTED
ON THE PARENT PORTAL
 

Spring pictures were distributed on Thursday 3/27.  If you would like to purchase pictures please choose the pictures you would like, remove them from the package and send your money and any pictures that you do not purchase back to school.  If you do not wish to purchase any pictures please send entire package back to school.  There is a drop off box in the Main Office.  Checks made payable to LIFETOUCH
 
 
 
 
ATTENTION PARENTS/GUARDIANS
 
The Board of Education has approved the following calendar changes to provide make-up days lost due to weather:
School will be open for a full day on Thursday April 24th and Friday, April 25
 
 
teacher of the year
                                                                 
2014 DMS Teacher of the Year 
 
Ms. Rosemary Forsythe 
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DATES TO REMEMBER
 
 

 
Night of Excellence 4/10/14 (also book fair)
 
NJ ASK testing date - 5/5/14 - 5/8/14 (grades 6-8)
NJ ASK make up dates - 5/12/14 - 5/15/14
 
Band/Choir Trip to Hershey Park 5/9/14
 
6th & 7th Grade Trips - 5/19/14
6th grade - Spirit of the Harbor Cruise in NY City
7th grade - Medieval Times
 
8th Grade Trip - 5/30/14
8th Grade Dance - 6/13/14
 
 marking periods
 
DELRAN MIDDLE SCHOOL
905 CHESTER AVENUE
DELRAN, NJ 08075
PHONE 856-461-8822
FAX 856-461-0311
SCHOOL HOURS 7:30 - 2:15
HALF DAYS 7:30 - 12:00
School Closing Number for District - 666
GUIDANCE COUNSELORS
MRS. BURD - STUDENTS WITH LAST NAMES A - K
MR. DENICK - STUDENTS WITH LAST NAMES L - Z
You must have an updated physical on file in the nurse's office
to participate in ANY SPORT!!!
(physicals can be downloaded from the web)
LATE BUS LISTS
Posted in the cafe, main office and intersection of B and D wing.
Delran Middle School is collecting
Box Tops
&
Campbell Soup Labels
Bring to the Main Office
Breakfast now being served

Breakfast Choices:

Mini Pancakes
Pork Roll/Egg/Cheese on an English Muffin
Yogurt with Fruit
Bagel w/Cream Cheese

All Breakfast items include

Fruit or Juice, Milk

Student$1.50

Reduced $ .30

Lunches - $2.10
Deluxe Lunch - $2.85
,
Lost & Found
Located in the B wing corridor (split after nurse's office)
Articles not picked up will be donated to a charity at the end of each month.


CLUBS
Art Club - Mrs. Floyd - Room A139 -  1/16-Groups A&B

Baking Club - Mrs. Forsythe - Room C115 -    Group 7  - 2/24

Computer Club - Mr. Mars - Library -  1/15
Cub Courier - Mrs Wolf/Mrs. Barbosa -  2/11 Room B147 -
Culture Club - Mr. Pope, Mrs. Stipa & Mrs Davenport   1/16
Dance Club - Mrs. Floyd  - Room A139  2/11
Foreign Language Club - Mrs. Jue Mattle  - Room B152 1/8
Sign Language Club - Mrs. Kline  - Room   A136   - 3/13
Spirit Club - Mrs. Davenport & Mrs. Wolf -   Room B147 2/6
Student Advisory Club - Mrs. Bisirri - Library  - 2/11
Student Council - Mr. Casne /Mrs.  Kline  - 2/24 Library  
0 Yearbook - Ms. Greenspan & Mrs. Dane - 7th grade 3/12
Late Buses Available for all Clubs

INTRAMURAL
Please click on athletics on tool bar above for all information regarding intramural
Updated Sports Physicals need to participate
Basketball - Mr. Mongo/Mr. Browne (Winter)
Dodge Ball - Mr. Wolf/Mr.Skvir(Fall)
Mon, Tues, Wed, Thurs
Soccer - Mr. Casne/Mrs. Groark (Spring)
Track - Mrs. Martino/Mr. O'Leary (Spring)
Sports Training and Conditioning - Mr. Brown
Cross Country - Tues, Wed, Thurs (All Meets start at 3:45)

Band - Mr. Dorfman - Tuesday & Thursday C116

Chorus - Mrs. Gupta - Monday & Wednesday C114
Late Buses Available

SPORTS
Please click on athletics on tool bar above for all information regarding sports
Baseball - Mr. Harding (V) Mr. Dybalski (JV)
Basketball (Boys) - Mr. Dybalski (V) Mr. DeLoche (JV)
Basketball (Girls) - Mrs. Davis (V) Mrs. Acevedo (JV)
Cheerleading - Ms. Csapo/Ms. Fiorini,
Cross Country - Mr. Mongo
 Field Hockey - Ms. McGonigle (V) Mrs. Barbosa (JV)
Lacrosse - Mrs. Barbosa(V) Mrs. Wolf (JV)
Softball - Ms. McGonigle (V) Mrs. Cooper (JV)
Wrestling - Mr.Skvir/Mr. Wolf
LATE BUSES NOT AVAILABLE FOR SPORTS
EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES & ADVISERS

Acevedo, Gabby Asst. Girls Basketball Coach, Sci Fair Adviser, Student Council Adviser, Team Leader 6A

Barbosa, Carla- Asst.Field Hockey Coach, Asst. Lacrosse Coach, Cub Courier (school newspaper)

Browne, Eric Intramural Basketball

Burd, Charlene Peer Mediation Adviser


Casne, Brett Intramural Soccer

 

Cooper, Laura 7th Grade Class Advisor, Asst. Softball Coach

Csapo, Krista Cheerleading Coach

Davenport, Susan ACE Culture Club

DeLoche, Shaun Asst. Boys Basketball Coach

Dorfman, Jay Stage Band Director

Drachowski, Katherine MS Musical Adviser

Dybalski, Kevin Head Boys Basketball Coach, Asst. Baseball Coach

Fiorini, Michele Cheerleading Coach, Late Bus Supervision,  Team Leader 7B

Floyd, Joie Art Club Adviser, Dance Club Adviser

Frisella, Michael Team Leader 8B

Groark, Corinne Intramural Soccer

Gupta, Erin Choir Director, MS Musical Director

 

Harding, Brian Head Baseball Coach

Jue Mattle, Jennifer Foreign Language Club Adviser

Kline, Calista Sign Language Club, Student Council Adviser

Mars, Bret Computer Club

Martino, Karen Intramural Track


McGonigle, Field Hockey Coach, Head Softball Coach
McHale, Michael Detention Monitor, Team Leader 7A

Mongo, Scott Track Club Adviser, Intramural Basketball

OLeary, Jack 8th Grade Adviser, Detention Monitor, Intramural Track

 

Skvir, Jon Intramural Dodge Ball, Head Wrestling Coach, Team Leader 8A

 

Walters, Claire 6th Grade Class Adviser, Homework Club (semester 2 & 3)

 


Wolf, Chris Athletic Director, Intramural Dodge Ball, Assistant Wrestling Coach

Wolf, Carol Head Girls Basketball Coach, Cub Courier(school newspaper), Team Leader 6B





Our Mission:

To foster academic excellence through a firm foundation in basic skills, critical thinking, and creative problem-solving that incorporates technology and promotes life-long learning skills.

To deliver a non-biased educational experience which celebrates diversity, fosters mutual respect, and embraces uniqueness of individuals within the school and community.

To nurture the positive development of social, emotional, physical and intellectual growth by encouraging students to build character, self-esteem and respect for others.

To provide a safe, stimulating, supportive, and respectful environment, strengthened by communication and personal accountability, and directed toward success beyond the middle school level.

To meet the needs of our diverse population through academics, fine and performing arts, athletics, and civic and community activities, to develop well-rounded individuals.

To involve multiple community resources to provide all students with the necessary tools to function ethically and productively in the school, local, national and global communities.

 


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