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Traffic Light Upgrades - Bound Brook Rd. & JFK Dr.
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Lateness to School/Lateness to Class
But chronic lateness eventually takes its toll on your child's overall educational experience. When students come to class late, not only does it mean they've missed important instruction, it can disrupt the flow of a lecture or discussion, distract other students, impede learning, and generally erode class morale. It forces the teacher to catch each student up as they enter the class which then interferes with the amount of time the teacher has for the day's lesson.
You can track your child's daily attendance as well as their class attendance in the parent portal. If you click on the drop down menu on the left, then click on attendance and if you further click on daily attendance in the left hand corner, you will see a drop down menu that allows you to see their individual class attendance. Students who are chronically late to school receive detention which can also be seen in the parent portal.
Student Safety During Drop and Pick Up
The health, safety, and security of our students remain a top priority for our district. We want to share again our student drop off procedures for Middlesex High School. In order to reduce some traffic congestion, we recommend that students in grades 9 and 10 enter through the front entrance of the school at Door #1 while students in grades 11 and 12 enter through the rear of the school at Door #14. Door #14 is at the back of the school off Second Street. Parents should form a one way loop using the road closest to the pool (Milton Place) to come in and drop off at the back door and leave out the road second closest to Route 28 (Pearl Place). The road closest to Route 28 has a sign that reads "This is not an exit".
If parents wish to drop their child off and then access Bound Brook Road eastbound (towards Dunellen), the safest way to do that would be by traveling behind the school and accessing any of the side streets (Second, First, High, Main or North Lincoln) to access Bound Brook Road. This would alleviate further congestion and backups on Van Ness Drive and be safer for all motorists in the area.
Students walking to school and wising to cross Bound Brook Road shall obey all traffic signals and shall do so only at the pedestrian signal located at Bound Brook Road and John F. Kennedy Drive, manned by a crossing guard 7:30-8:30am and 2:30-3:30pm on school days.
Please try to plan accordingly based on traffic at that time of day. Our school is open for students starting at 7:20am. School starts promptly at 8am. Thank you!
Leaving School Early
If your child is not feeling well after arriving at school, they need to go to the nurses office to be evaluated before they can be released from school.
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Middlesex High School
Ryan Regan, Principal
Peter Bovee, Assistant Principal
Jennifer Powers, Director of School Counseling Services
Mike O’Donnell, Director of Athletics
Students with Last Names A-F
Students with Last Names G-N
Students with Last Names O-Z
Student Assistance Counselor
CTE, Business, and Technology: Gabrielle Smith
English: Marc Koellhoffer
Fine and Practical Arts: Vince Inciong
Mathematics: Jessica Bodenschatz
Physical Education: Gary Brenner
Science: Diane Gitler
Social Studies: Paul Vernaci
Special Education: Kristen Berkowitz
World Languages: Ken Perez
School Nurse: Kaitlin Shotyk
Librarian: Lauren Heiba
Head Secretary: Lori Ciesla
Main Office Secretary: Dina Mascarelli
School Counseling Secretary: Theresa Cuba