Summer reading challenge log.doc
Summer fun has just begun!
Ms. Lowe, challenges all Pre and K students to read 20,000 books this summer!
we reach our goal together, as a celebration of our achievement, Ms.
Lowe will appear on the roof of our school dressed as a superhero one day in
We’re looking forward to seeing how many
books you can read!
Please see the mandatory reading assignment below.
Summer Reading Assignment:
If your child is entering kindergarten or first grade in the fall of 2015, there is a summer reading assignment that is to be returned the first week of school.
Additionally, there is an attached "suggested reading list" that you may reference.
Please click on the link below to access the assignments:
Congratulations to the A.P. Morris Early Childhood Center Teacher of the Year
Ms. Martinez has worked in the Hillside district for 8 years. She recently graduated from Kean University with a master’s degree in School Counseling. Ms. Martinez has worked diligently with the school safety team and other committees over the years. Her dedication to the profession is to be commended.
Congratulations from the entire A.P. Morris family!
Newsletter June 2015.doc
Ms. Lowe Gets Slimed! Download the file below to watch Ms. Lowe get slimed.
Parents are required to pay for meals served to children if they are not eligible for free or reduced lunch. Parents/guardians will not be able to view report cards when fines are attached to students' accounts. Please consider using the convenience of on-line payments through lunchprepay.com or send money to the school.
Thank you for your cooperation.
Breakfast Menu June 2015.pdf
Lunch Menu June 2015.pdf
Please click on the link to complete a lunch application.
Our New Mission Statement
We at A.P. Morris Early Childhood
Center, believe that all children can learn.
We provide enriching, enjoyable and meaningful activities through a
curriculum that nurtures young children and promotes problem-solving skills. We
strive to develop the potential of all students academically with a strong
emphasis on the New Jersey Core Curriculum Content Standards. We encourage social and moral development
through our school wide character education program. We support a technology-rich environment that
allows our students to be successful and become lifelong learners. We seek the involvement of parents/guardians
and the members of the Hillside community to be participants in a partnership
to promote quality education.