Please read the story and respond to our survey for any students 12 years and older in your household. /
Lea la historia y responda nuestra encuesta para cualquier estudiante de 12 años o más en su hogar.
Enjoy the virtual Seventh Grade Send-off Ceremony
Click on the title to access the addresses of hot spots you can access for free in Somerset County.
You can contact teachers, administrators & staff during their office hours for questions, support and information.
Access the weekly learning packets/online learning materials.
Use the links on the pages to continue learning while you are out.
Bring your family for a great evening of fun!
In mid-March of 2020, the US Census will become available to Somerset County households for response.
What is the Census? As mandated by the U.S. Constitution, the census is a once-every-decade count of everyone living in the country. When we know how many people live in your community, organizations, and businesses are better equipped to evaluate the services and programs needed, such as clinics, schools, and roads. It also determines how seats in Congress are distributed among the 50 states.
In March of 2020, the U.S. Census Bureau will send every household an invitation to complete a simple questionnaire about who lives at your address on April 1st. You will have the opportunity to respond online, by phone, or by mail, and federal law keeps those responses safe and secure.
For more information and to respond to the 2020 US Census, visit www.2020CENSUS.GOV
This year’s Hit the Books Reading Program began on Monday, January 20, 2020 and covers a six-week period concluding on Friday, February 28, 2020. During this time, each student is asked to read a minimum of four (4) books, record each book on his/her bookmark and return the bookmark to their homeroom teacher.
The Shorebirds will reward every student who completes the “Hit the Books” program with two (2) FREE Upper Reserved Seat Vouchers for their school’s designated night at the ballpark.