Diversity Is our Strength Middle Township Public School

Welcome to Middle Township

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Middle Township Public School is a K-12 public school district located in Cape May County, New Jersey. Four schools comprise the district. Elementary # 1 serves students form Pre K to grade 2 and Elementary #2 serves students from grades 3 to 5. Our middle school houses students from grades 6 to grade 8. The high school is a four-year comprehensive public high school that serves students in ninth through twelfth grades. In addition to students from Middle Township, students from Avalon, Dennis Township, Stone Harbor and Woodbine attend the high school as part of sending/receiving relationships. Middle Township School District also operates Coastal Prep High School https://coastalprephighschool.com to educate and provide services for students who are in recovery from substance use disorder or dependency. Coastal Prep is designed to empower recovering adolescents by providing an alternative educational environment to support their efforts. It also provides the academic setting and resources necessary for them to meet high school graduation requirements.

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From Math, Science, And Technology Night!

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Posted by Middle Township Elementary School #1 on Friday, May 6, 2016

Diversity is our Strength

K-12 public school district located in Cape May County, New Jersey.

Title I Parent Involvement Documents

2019-2020

Important

Statement from Superintendent Dr. David Salvo:
On behalf of the Middle Township School District, we express our sincere condolences to the family of Mr. George Floyd. As a nation, we strive to seek justice in a peaceful manner. Martin Luther King Jr. once stated, “Violence brings only temporary victories; violence, by creating many more social problems than it solves, never brings permanent peace.”

We are committed to providing a safe and supportive school environment in which our students understand that their lives and voices are valued, regardless of race, ethnicity or gender. Above all, we respect and support each other.

We all need to have courageous conversations that promote and enhance equality in our community. As Winston Churchill said, “Courage is what it takes to stand up and speak; courage is also what it takes to sit down and listen.”

Bid Packets

Corona Virus Information

1. Family Letter Corona Virus (COVID-19) Update

2. Follow-up Letter Home Instruction

3. Information on Free Internet through Comcast

4. New Lunch Message - June

This is a message to inform you that Middle Township Public Schools will continue Breakfast and Lunch distribution throughout the months of July and August.  Every student is eligible for this program.

The district provides 5 Breakfasts and 5 Lunches on Mondays between the hours of 12 noon and 1:30pm at the following locations:

  • Meadow Lark Run Apartments bus stop
  • PetSmart parking lot nearest to Route 47
  • Green Creek Fire Hall Parking Lot
  • Martin Luther King Center Parking Lot
  • Goshen School House parking lot
  • Swainton Acme parking lot
  • Elementary #2 parking lot

Please go to the site nearest your home for pickup of the meals. There will be a bus in the parking lots distributing the meals.  If there is no bus in the designated location, please go to Elementary #2. You can refer to the district website at www.middletwp.k12.nj.us for this list. Thank you and stay safe.

5. NJDOE Checklist for Emergency Preparedness Plans

6. MTPS Essential Personnel List

7. The Updated School Closure Plan

8. To view Governor Murphy’s guidelines for graduation, please click on the link below:

https://www.nj.gov/education/covid19/boardops/commencement.shtml

 

9. Please complete the "Return to School Survey"

 

10. Please click here for the Road to Recovery Reopening Plan:

https://www.nj.gov/education/reopening/NJDOETheRoadBack.pdf

 

 

 

Parent Resources Below:

COVID - Parent Handout

Infectious Disease Epidemic Tips

CDC crisis

Children Coping Fact Sheet

Child Care Information for Essential Employees in NJ

Congratulations to Ms. Diane Fox on being

installed as the President of NJASBO!

BOARD MEETING AGENDA INFORMATION

Middle Township Public Schools Virtual Board Meetings

In compliance with the New Jersey State Executive Orders 107 issued by Governor Phil Murphy, the Middle Township Board of Education will be replacing in-person meetings with virtual board meetings for the duration of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) closure.  All virtual BOE meetings will be BROADCAST LIVE on the district's Middle Township BOE Administration youtube channel (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCN6wf42DN4eoV7Wp8S-JTBQ). During the time(s) indicated on the meeting agenda, PUBLIC COMMENT will be permitted by email only during the two public comment periods of the meeting.  You may email your comments to publiccomments@middletwp.k12.nj.us.  They will be read at the meeting during the appropriate time.

Please note that all virtual meetings will be held at 5 pm on the dates previously advertised.

Board agendas can be accessed at the following link:  Middle Township BOE agenda (https://go.boarddocs.com/nj/middletwp/Board.nsf/vpublic?open)

Middle Township Public Schools Virtual Board Meetings

Statement for Public Comment

 The PUBLIC COMMENT portions of the Board of Education meeting will be conducted via email only. You may email your comments to the following address:

publiccomments@middletwp.k12.nj.us

Public comments submitted will be read during the two public comment periods of the meeting, as set forth on the published agenda. Please note that the first Public Comment period is for AGENDA ITEMS ONLY and the second Public Comment period is for all other questions and comments.

Comments will only be read if they include name and home address of the sender in the e-mail. Please note, we do not discuss confidential student matters during the public portion of the meeting and public members seeking a response on such items should e-mail the Superintendent separately. The Board reserves the right to not respond to any particular comment, and to not read aloud comments which are profane, obscene, or otherwise inappropriate under the Board’s bylaws. Please be further advised, that by reading e-mails during the meeting the Board does not endorse, or intend to endorse, any statements made during the public comment periods and the person submitting such statement is responsible for any statements found to be slanderous, defamatory, or in violation of the law.

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2020-2021 MTBOE Budget Slideshow

2020-2021 MTBOE Advertised Budget

2018-19 Auditors Management Report

2018-19 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report

NJ QSAC High Performance District Letter

New Jersey School Performance Report

District Performance Reports 2018-19

19-20 SCHOOL CALENDAR

2020- 2021 School Calendar

2019-2020 District Testing Calendar

2019 District Assessment Guide

Attendance Awareness Newsletter 2016
The Power School Parent Portal for grades 3-12 allows parents to view Grades, Attendance, Grade History, Attendance History and Teacher Comments in real time. It also allows parents to sign up for automatic student grade and attendance reports to be emailed to the desired (parental) email address.
PowerSchool Parent Letter
PowerSchool FAQs

H.I.B. Program

District Anti-Bullying Coordinator
Robert Johnson, Director of Special Education
216 S. Main St.
CMCH, NJ 08210
609-465-1800, Ext. 3109
johnsonr@middletwp.k12.nj.us

Elementary #1 Anti-Bullying Specialist
Ms. Kelly Cox
215 Eldredge Rd.
CMCH, NJ 08210
609-463-1900, EXT. 1208
coxk@middletwp.k12.nj.us

Elementary #2 Anti-Bullying Specialist
Ms. Kelly Cox
101 W. Pacific Ave.
CMCH, NJ 08210
609-465-1827
coxk@middletwp.k12.nj.us

 

Middle School Anti-Bullying Specialist
Mr. Michael McCormick
300 E. Pacific Ave.
CMCH, NJ 08210
609-465-1834, EXT 4009
mccormickm@middletwp.k12.nj.us

High School Anti-Bullying Specialist
Angelica Brown
300 E. Atlantic Ave.
CMCH, NJ 08210
609-465-1852, EXT 5018
browna@middletwp.k12.nj.us

School Closings or Delays

Listen to the TV or radio ("The Coast" 98.7") or KYW News Radio 1060 AM during wintry weather to find out if Middle Township Public Schools are reported as Closed or Delayed Opening.

If a delayed opening is in effect
Children should be at their bus stops exactly 90 minutes (one hour and a half) later than usual .

Schools will begin at the following times:
Elem. #1 - 10:10 a.m.
(AM Pre-school will be cancelled)
Elem. #2 - 10:15 a.m.
Middle School - 9:10 a.m.
High School - 9:10 a.m.

In-Service Training

Teachers – Please click the following link to access your online mandated training

Public School Works

Our district is a member of the NJNCAG – New Jersey Network to Close the Achievement Gap:  http://www.eirc.org/nj-network-to-close-the-achievement-gap/

Student Attendance Policy