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Pine Hill Middle School
Home of the Panthers
DISTRICT MISSION STATEMENT
The Pine Hill School District, in partnership with parents and the community, is dedicated to educating all students in a safe, nurturing environment in order to develop productive citizens who are committed to lifelong learning. Additionally, it is the expectation f this school district that all pupils achieve the New Jersey Core Curriculum Content Standards at all grade levels.
PINE HILL MIDDLE SCHOOL MISSION STATEMENT
Pine Hill Middle School strives to provide a safe and nurturing environment in which we educate the whole child.
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AFFIRMATIVE ACTION PROGRAM click here
DISTRICT ATTENDANCE POLICY click here
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for Middle School Happenings!
Mrs. Janet Stackhouse and Mrs. Mandy Natalie, science teachers at Pine Hill Middle School, recently served on the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) Adoption Committee. Mrs. Stackhouse and Mrs. Natalie worked collaboratively with other education professionals (ranging from preschool teachers to college professors) to evaluate and consider the NGSS for adoption in the State of New Jersey. The committee worked closely with the science coordinator for the New Jersey Department of Education.
Check back for 2013-14
and Summer Reading Lists.
June 1, 2o13
Students from the middle school participated in the
community clean-up sponsored by the Pine Hill Borough.
Thanks to Dr. Koczur for joining us as we cleaned up Turnerville Road!
Congratulations to Jordyn Acoff!
Jordyn, a seventh grader, won Scholastic's writing contest from SCOPE magazine. Synthesizing information from a non-fiction article, she composed a five paragraph
essay explaining sleep deprivation and ways to maintain good sleep habits.
We at PHMS are extremely proud of Jordyn
and wish her the best in her future writing endeavors!
Middle School Medalists
Tiffany Amadi, Siani Carpenter, Corina Toomer and Kaila English
show off their bronze medals for the 4 X100 meter relay at
the Colonial Conference Championship Meet.
NJHS Inducts 24 New Members
See "National Junior Honor Society" at left for more pictures.
Students Meet with Mrs. Hammond
Mrs. Hammond, Director of Food Service, talks with students
about the school's food service program.
TOWNSEND PRESS Donates BLUEFORD SERIES
Novels to PHMS Media Center
Mrs. Klemick, Lois Parker, BOE member, and Mrs. Myers
accept books from Darren Seidle of Townsend Press.
CONGRATULATIONS, GABRIEL MONTANEZ!
Gabriel was selected for Camden County School Board's Eighth Grade Dialog.
-Board Games and Ice Cream Sundaes-
Renaissance Card Holders are rewarded for good grades and behavior with a Renaissance Rally
where they played board games and enjoyed ice cream sundaes.
Math Classes Celebrate Pi Day
Students learned about pi and then ate pie!!
Art Classes Explore Interesting Topics
Students learn about colonial crafts-braiding and dying.
Students create "Up-cycling" projects.
Girls' Field Hockey Team Shines
During Fall Season
Support our Music Department all year long!
Send in Boxtops with your child.
Order your Yearbook!
Order Online until May 31 for $27.
After May 31, a limited number of yearbooks
may be purchased at school for $30.
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