Mariner Weekly

April 26, 2021


This week, please enjoy CAP Coordinator, Ms. Jamie Tesoro’s morning announcement about Smiling.

Smiling--A facial expression in which the eyes brighten and the corners of the mouth curve

slightly upward. When someone smiles, it is understood that happiness or pleasure is felt. Smiling is important because it can offer a mood boost to our minds and our bodies.

Research has shown that smiling helps our bodies release cortisol and endorphins that provide many health benefits. Today when you speak to others whether it’s online, on the phone, or in person, make a conscious effort to smile. As you go about your day today, smile--even if there is no reason and it has to be deliberate. Smiling is contagious. You may be surprised by how it may brighten your day and encourages cheerfulness in others too! 😃

If you need to talk to someone about how you’re feeling, 2NDFLOOR is a confidential and anonymous helpline for New Jersey's youth. They are here to help you find solutions to the problems that you face at home, at school, or at play. If you need to talk about an issue or problem that you are facing, please call or text 888-222-2228.

Mental Health Resources Communities That Care | Institute for Prevention and Recovery


Congratulations to FBLA for their achievements in the State Leadership Conference. Dhruv Parikh and Svar Shah were semi-finalists for the event in Public Service Announcement. Jillian Briggs, Emma Hayes, and Jordyn Mann will continue competing at the National level for the event in Public Service Announcement. Rutva Shah placed fourth in the state in Computer Applications and will also be competing at the National level. Adviser, Ms. Tesoro is very proud of our chapter's hard work and dedication.



The Guidance Office will be presenting a virtual presentation to our Juniors and their parents on the College Process on Tuesday, May 4, 2021 at 6pm. A question and answer session will follow the presentation. The presentation will be recorded and posted to the Guidance web page for review or if anyone is unable to attend. The link to view the presentation is:


The Guidance Counselors are currently meeting with virtual students to go over course requests for the 2021-22 school year.

Students will need to sign up for a virtual appointment with their counselor through Google Calendar.

Students NEED to have courses in parent portal before their appointment. The portal window will be reopening Monday, 4/26 – Friday, 4/30. If you do not have requests in and do not make an appointment, classes will be chosen for you.

Directions on entering courses in the parent portal can be found here:

10th and 11th graders can make appointments with their counselor at the following links:

Mrs. Lee:

Mrs. Riordan:

Mr. Lynch:

Mrs. Stolz:

Miss. Gottesman:

8th and 9th graders can make an appointment with Mr. Borthwick at the following link:

Contact your counselor with any questions


Please click the link below to access to the April edition of our school newspaper.


Our statistics were up 3rd marking period! Take a look at the increased usage of our online subscriptions (as well as other library news) in our 3rd marking period report:

Also, there is still time to get a head start on summer reading by purchasing a book from our online Book Fair:


Yearbook Sales Deadline is Approaching Soon!

Final Deadline is May 14th.

Don’t miss out!

Click on the link below to order your yearbook before it’s too late.

School Performance 2019-20 Parent/Guardian/Community Letter

Please click the link below for information regarding the annual School Performance Report for our school and district.

NJSLA 2020-2021 Cancellation Parent Letter

Enclosed please see the NJSLA 2020-21 Cancellation Letter outlining changes to the state testing requirements for this school year