2015 Reading Challenge
I challenge the children of A.P. Morris to read 2015 books beginning March 2nd to March 6th. If the children are able to read 2015 books by Friday morning, I will do one of the following silly stunts on March 27th:
· Get slimed
· A pie in the face
· Dress like a chicken and do the chicken dance.
If the children reach the goal, they will vote on which silly student they would like to see. Please refer to the flyer that was sent home.
All forms should be returned no later than March 6th.
join me in welcoming Mrs. Tracy Quattrocchi our new Instructional Supervisor! She is a former 2nd grade teacher at Calvin Coolidge. Mrs. Quattrocchi is here to support, the children, parents and faculty.
Pre-K registration APMECC 2015-16.doc
Pre K REGISTRATION for 2015-2016 SCHOOL YEAR
Registration for PRE-K
To register for Pre K a child must be four (4) years old
on or before October 1, 2015
During the week of March 9th -13th , 2015
10:00 AM- 2:00 PM
Please read more information by clicking the link below.
When there is a 2 hour delay,classes begin at the following times;
1st Graders 10:15 a.m.
First Graders may be dropped off as early as 9:45 a.m.
Pre K and Kindergartners 11:00 a.m.
Pre K and Kindergartners may be dropped
off as early as 10:30 a.m.
March Newsletter 2015.doc
March Lunch Menu.pub
We will also participate in a
“ Be a Hero Not a Zero Spirit Day”. The staff and students will be
encouraged to dress as a super hero of their choice on 3/27/15.
This month Ms. Lowe, will talk about how it’s better to be a hero (helper, respectful,
kind)) and not a zero(mean, rude, inconsiderate).
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.
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.