Duck Tape Challenge
How much tape will be needed for Mrs. Cilento to hang? See your homeroom teacher to purchase a strip of tape! 
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This tab will provide you with valuable information about our clubs and activities.

The Panther Press
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Help us fundraise with your daily purchases.
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Clip these out and send them into school with your child.  Each month the homeroom with the most boxtops will win ice cream distributed at lunch.
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Help IMS Win One Million Bonus Box Tops
We also collect Campbells Soup Labels
And we give back to the Ronald McDonald House.  Save the tabs from ALL of your cans!

Upcoming Events

The Gazebo is HERE!
Your child now has an account.  Student log on information and passwords have been provided.  You will now begin to see your child using Google Apps and Drive daily. 
Mr. Dillon and Mr. Reach
WTEF Teacher and Support Person of the Year 
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Kindness Counts!
See what our student received as a response from one of our brave soldiers overseas.
During the holiday season, students made holiday cards that were sent to our men and women fighting overseas. One United States Air Force Staff Sargent, John Lesko of New Jersey, was so moved by our cards he needed to write back. The above package arrived at IMS. We are glad our small acts of kindness made such a large difference for our troops.
God Bless America!
Thank you for supporting St. Jude Children's Research Hospital in the Red Balloon lift off and the coin wars.  
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The NJDOE has released the attached District and School GradeReport as a result of the School Self-Assessment for Determining Gradesunder the Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights. 


This grade is a raw score of data and the sum ofthe ratings for all indicators within each core element on the SchoolSelf-Assessment.  The maximum total score for each school is 75points.  The school district’s score is an average of the total scores ofall schools in the district
You can find the report here.