Week of April 18, 2022
* We hope all of our Mickle families have had an enjoyable spring break! We look forward to students' return to school on Tuesday, April 29th.
* A board of education meeting is scheduled for this Wednesday evening, 4/20/22, at 7:15 p.m.
* Take Your Child to Work Day - April 28th, 2022
National Take Your Child to Work Day will be recognized on Thursday, April 28th. If you plan to take your child(ren) to work with you on April 28th, please complete this online form by no later than Monday, April 25th. If you have multiple children participating, please submit a separate form for each child. In accordance with NJDOE regulations, Take Your Child to Work Day is an excused absence. Completion of the form will serve to inform the school of your child's absence on April 28th and also eliminates the need for you to call the Samuel Mickle attendance line. If you have any questions, please contact the Samuel Mickle School's main office at 856-423-0412, ext. 1040.
* New Website
The EG district and school websites have been updated with a new, modern design and improved accessibility features. Please be sure to check it out!
Save the Date - Poem in Your Pocket
Poem in Your Pocket returns this year on Saturday, April 30th through Sunday, May 1st! Our librarians, Stacey Ligameri and Theresa Wordelmann are organizing this community event for our students to celebrate a love of poetry. More information is on the way soon.
* Home & School is excited to announce its 1st Annual Golf Outing on Monday, May 2nd! For information and to register, visit the Home & School Website.
* Save the Date - The Kingsway 7th Grade Orientation Night
The Kingsway orientation for our current 6th grade students (7th grade students at Kingsway next year) is planned to be held on Wednesday, May 18 at 6:30 p.m. More information to come as the date gets closer.
Quote for the Week
“Without ambition, one starts nothing. Without work, one finishes nothing.
The prize will not be sent to you. You have to win it."
- Ralph Waldo Emerson
EG Spirit Wear
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You can view each grade-level's school supply items and order directly from here. This is a great way to easily purchase all school supply items and benefit the Home & School Association at the same time!
The Buzzworthy trait to focus on is Responsibility. Responsibility means you do the things you are supposed to do and accept the results of your actions.
Social Emotional Learning
Overview of April’s Lessons:
Abilities Awareness/Autism Awareness
Our district lessons will cover many different disabilities with the intent to spread acceptance and awareness.
Grade 3 will be covering lesson 5 this month. Grades 4-6 will be covering lesson 5 and 6 this month. Lesson 5 focuses on cyberbullying and what to do when you see it. Lesson 6 focuses on fake news and media and how to spot it. Digital citizenship curriculum can be found on commonsense.org.
Grade 3 will be teaching lesson 5.1 from Sanford Harmony. This unit helps students develop peer relationship skills. Students will identify the qualities important to friendships, practice providing peers and classmates with support, and practice effective ways for handling bullying situations.
Hello and welcome back to the Counselor's Corner! My name is Kristen Lombardo and I am your child’s school counselor. This month we celebrate Disability awareness week. Please click this link to learn about how our district will celebrate students' different abilities.
This month all of the grades will be exploring different career opportunities. They are doing this through various different computer programs. Sixth grade is taking the lesson a step further and doing a life budget. If you are interested in checking out any of my lessons they are posted in my google classroom. All students have access to my google classroom.
I am available if you have any questions or concerns. It is important that we all work together. I can be reached by email at email@example.com or by phone at (856)423-0412 ext. 1051. If your child ever has a rough evening or morning please consider emailing me to let me know. I do not need specifics of the situation. If you just put “Handle With Care” in the subject line I can alert all of their teachers and check in with them sometime throughout the day. I will send you an email to let you know how things are going so you do not worry all day. I look forward to working with you and your child.