Welcome to Middle Township
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.
High School Open House
for 7th and 8th Graders
April 11th from 6:30 to 8:00 p.m.
300 E. Atlantic Ave, CMCH, NJ 08210
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Doctrine of Necessity
DRESS CODE POLICY
Lead Testing Results
Bollinger Link to check your child’s claim
MLK Homework Letter
STEALTH LEARNING COMES TO MIDDLE TOWNSHIP PUBLIC SCHOOLS
Newsletters from the Superintendent
September 2016 Newsletter
November 2016 Newsletter
March 2017 Newsletter
April 2017 Newsletter
June 2017 Newsletter
October 2017 Newsletter
SUNSHINE MOMENTS FROM OUR SCHOOLS
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/
Summer 2017 Construction Project
SCHOOL LUNCH PROGRAM
LunchTime Online Free/Reduced Application – Guide to getting Started
Parents Guide to School Payment Portal
Application Instructions – English
Meal Application – English
Sharing Information Form – English
Application Instructions – Spanish
Meal Application – Spanish
Sharing Information Form – Spanish
summer is finally here, and i’m so excited about it! i love having my kids home with me, but admittedly, i do find it hard some days to keep them entertained! this year i made a file folder calendar for each of my kids to give them at least one thing to do and look forward to every day. we called it the “summer fun calendar” and it includes activities for every day starting in june and ending in august (not that summer break is 3 months long, but every place is so different with when they start/end their summer break, we thought we’d try and cover all bases!).
and the best part is that all of the components are available for FREE DOWNLOAD! keep reading to find out how to put this easy fun folder together and gather your printables at the end of the post.
first, let’s start with the calendars.
there are 3 months available. even if you come across this post well into the summer, it’s okay – the activities on each day are simple enough that you could easily do multiple activities per day until you’ve caught up! once you’ve downloaded and printed the calendars (all of the printables are available at the bottom of this post), you may need to trim slightly, depending on your file folder. i had to trim less than a 1/4″ off each edge, but there is plenty of room to do that without trimming off anything important. stack all three calendars together in order and staple to the inside bottom of your file folder at the top 2 corners. as each month passes, you can simply rip off the finished month.
next, the bucket list and reading log.
everyone has a summer bucket list. this one has a space to put a check mark or small sticker to show how many things they accomplished this summer. the reading log looks like one of those old library cards, and we even made our own library card pocket using a free template i posted in a previous post (<- click on that link to be taken to the post with the free printable template), and adjusted it to fit the card. everything was stapled to the top half of the file folder.
here’s a close up of the reading log cards. there’s a space for their name, the year, the date they started and book and the title, and then a space to put one of those little stickers to show that they read the entire book! there are 4 cards on a sheet, so they can get lots of reading done this summer!
see how easy it was to put together? a simple file folder, some small stickers, and all of these fun, free printables!
and when it’s all put together it looks something like this:
ready for your free printables?! here they are! simply click on the image to download a PDF version of everything you need to to print to make this quick and easy (and perfectly portable…traveling, anyone?!) file folder for kids!
hope you enjoy your summer!!
by the way, you can find all of my printable calendars (for kids and mom!) over at the live craft eat calendars page. <-just click on that link!