Armstrong Parent Newsletter


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Happy New Year!

Dear Armstrong Families,

We would like to thank you for supporting our students, faculty, and staff this year. We had a great fall season of sports and fun activities. All of which would not have been as successful without your help! We hope you all had a very happy holiday season, and wish you a joyous New Year!

Warmest regards,

Mr. Dayton



Ms. Hannah

Assistant Principal

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Mr. Dayton's SEL Tip of the Week!

Experts say children should learn their full name, address (including street, town and state) and their parents' names and phone numbers. The information can help families in an emergency.

Please make sure that your child has memorized your cell phone, home phone, and two emergency contact numbers!

Keeping Track of Your Child's Progress

Second Marking Period Progress Reports are now available. Please make sure that you are able to view your child's progress, through the Campus Parent Portal. You can also be an observer to your child's class through Canvas. Check out the steps and information just below!


Are you a parent observer on your child's Canvas account? Follow these instructions.

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Having Technology Issues??

If your child is having technical issues please use the following information.

ICampus Portals

The Campus Portal Links have been updated. Please use the links below and replace any old bookmarks with the new URL below. If you are having issues with the Parent Portal App, please delete and re-install the app.

Student Portal Link -

Parent Portal Link -

If you are having issues with your username or password please email


Please email or call 267-599-2021 if you need to pick up a Chromebook or have one repaired.

Armstrong students with gmail password issues can be resolved by emailing


Armstrong students with Canvas password issues can be resolved by emailing Ms. Hannah at

January 2022 Calendar

Calendar for January 2022

January Breakfast and Lunch Menus

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Safe2Say Something is a school safety tool that will save lives.

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What is Safe2SaySomething?

Safe2Say Something is a youth violence prevention program run by the Pennsylvania Office of Attorney General. The program teaches youth and adults how to recognize warning signs and signals, especially within social media, from individuals who may be a threat to themselves or others and to “say something” BEFORE it is too late.

How does Safe2Say Something Work?

  • Submit an anonymous tip report through the Safe2SaySomething system
  • Crisis center reviews, assesses and processes all submissions
  • Crisis center sends all submissions to school administration and/or law enforcement for intervention
  • If needed, crisis center may contact tipster anonymously through the app



  1. All Saturday school hours must be completed prior to the activity.

  2. CANNOT have one (1) Out of School Suspension (OSS) 40 days prior to the activity.

  3. CANNOT have three (3) Out of School Suspensions (OSS) for one year.

  4. CANNOT be failing two (2) or more classes.

After School Clubs for NEXT WEEK!

The schedule for next week is attached below. If you have not done so already, please complete the Registration Google Form below to participate.

2021-2022 Armstrong Middle School Registration Form

21st Century After School Clubs: Week of 1/4/22

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Armstrong Support Groups Starting Soon!

Armstrong teachers and staff will be starting student support groups shortly. Below is the permission slip being sent home for students being considered for group. Some group topics may include the following:
  • Friendship

  • Self-Esteem

  • Social Skills

  • Decision Making

  • Stress Buster

  • Communication Skills

  • Organization

  • Anger Management

Group Information/Permission Slip

Cell Phones!!!

Cell phones are not permitted at Armstrong. Cell phones will be confiscated if they are seen.

If a cell phone is confiscated, it will only be returned to a parent/guardian between the hours of:

7:50am to 9:00am and 2:15pm to 3:30 pm.

No exceptions will be made.

Chromebook Issues?

If your child is having any Chromebook issues, he/she should complete the Google form below. It is also posted in our student grade level Canvas courses.

Attendance Notes and Documentation!

Please direct all attendance notes to Mrs. Capriotti. The notes can be sent in with your child or emailed to Mrs. Capriotti at

Important Contact Information

Armstrong Middle School

Phone - 267-599-2270

Principal - Mr. Dayton

Principal Secretary - Mrs. Page

Phone - 267-599-2269

Assistant Principal - Ms. Hannah

Attendance/Assistant Principal Secretary - Mrs. Capriotti

Phone - 267-599-2268

School Counselors

School Counseling Website

Mr. Benson - All 7th Grade and 6th last names A-L

Phone - 267-599-2272

Ms. Jones - All 8th Grade and 6th last name M-Z

Phone - 267-599-2274

School Counseling Secretary - Mrs. Stinson

Phone - 267-599-2265

Social Worker - Ms. Donnelly

Phone - 267-599-2264

School Nurse - Ms. Rose

Phone - 267-599-2262

Fax - 215-949-1721

Special Education Department Chair - Mrs. Schultz