Students and staff at Helen Fort-Newcomb Middle School celebrated National Character Day. This is part of our initiative to promote positive behavior (PBSIS) as well as help our students develop 6 important character traits!
Physical Cut-Off Date for Spring Sports - Any student interested in participating in a Spring Sport (Track & Field or Intramural Softball) must have a physical turned in to the nurses office by Friday, March 4th.
We are proud to announce the Students of the Month for December. The Seventh and Eighth graders are recommended by their team of teachers based on the 6 Character Traits: Empathy, Grit, Zest, Curiosity, Optimism, and Self Control. Students are rewarded with a gift card and free pretzel sponsored by the Pemberton PTO.
Eighth Grade: Bryan Zapien-Chavez/curiosity and self control, Alfonso Madrigal-Guillen/grit and zest, Rachael Conley/empathy, Shayla Townsend/grit, Sara McColligan/academic excellence, grit and self control, Britney McColligan/academic excellence, grit and self control
Seventh Grade: Carlie McCaffery/Grit, curiosity, and self-control, Michael Yensel/curiosity, empathy, and grit, Davae Bellamy/optimism and curiosity, Heavenlee Crate/self control and empathy (not present in the picture), Emilie MacCallum/empathy, Nicholas Iozzia/Grit
Anti-Bullying Program Pemberton Township Schools has established a district wide anti-bullying, harassment and intimidation (HIB) program designed to create a respectful and tolerant atmosphere. Ongoing programs for students will take place at every school throughout the year. Click the link below to read more about this initiative:
Pemberton Anti-Bullying Program: Building a Climate of Respect