National Week of Respect
 October 5 - 9
Monday - Wear blue to stomp out bullying 
Tuesday - Wear red to stop bullying and harassment
Wednesday - Wear a hat to put a cap on bullying
Thursday - Wear a team jersey to team up against bullying
 Friday - Wear mix-matched clothing because we don't mix with bullies
October 13 - 16
Monday - No school for students, Teacher In-Service 
Tuesday - Green and White Day
Wednesday - Western Wednesday
Thursday - Throwback Thursday, pick a decade and dress in that style
PANTHER PRIDE DAY #1 -  Friday - Grade level color wars
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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.
We also collect Campbells Soup Labels
 and Tyson Project A+ Labels
 campbell Tyson Project A+  
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And we give back to the Ronald McDonald House.  Save the tabs from ALL of your cans!
 Are you ready for a Spooktacular Event?
Join us October 23 from 5PM - 9 PM
Click here for the flyer.
If you have any questions please contact the office at IMS
Support the IMS choir with Yankee Candles.
Enter our group number 990005444 
Tuesday, October 20, 2015 at ALL Boscov's locations 9AM to 11PM
Tuesday, October 20, 2015
at ALL Boscov's Locations
9AM to 11PM 

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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.