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Marlboro Middle School
Mrs. Nieliwocki

Principal's Message

Welcome to Marlboro Middle School
Home of the Hawks.
 
Dear Parents, Guardians, and Students,
 
As we work through the Covid-19 pandemic, we are currently offering students the option of two learning plans; remote instruction or in-person learning four days per week. Wednesdays are remote instruction for all students. We are offering after-school clubs and encourage students to participate in these opportunities that support time for social interaction, fun, and interest-based programs. Clubs include Digital Media, Newspaper, Culinary, MIndfulness and Student Council.
 
We are offering several academic support programs for students including RISE, the after-school reading program, small group instruction, and the availability of online programs in math and ELA.
 
Please email Mr. McCann, Mr. Tatgenhorst, the school counselors, the Child Study Team case managers, or me with any questions or if you experience any difficulties in navigating our current plan. 
 
 
Sincerely,
Mrs. Patricia Nieliwocki
Principal
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The plastic barrier is a tri-fold that measures 16" x 20" x 1" when folded and is lightweight, less than 2 pounds.

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Starting today, April 20th, any Monmouth County residents in need of COVID-19 related emotional support can contact the Monmouth County Department of Health hotline at 732.845.2070. After initial contact with DRCC at the hotline, anyone in need of additional support will be directed to call Mental Health Association of Monmouth County at (732) 542-6422 to be connected to a licensed professional. MHA Monmouth County will answer calls live Monday-Friday from 9am-5pm. MHA Monmouth County has put together a network of 60 volunteer licensed professionals who are providing up to 6 free telephonic support sessions. After 6 calls, if the resident is in need of ongoing behavioral health services, they will be referred to one of our community agencies.

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