Wear flip flops/slides on Frday -Pay $1 to Mrs. Jackson, Mr. Vizian, or Mrs. Hilarcyzk before Block 1
A Day 9/20
Thursday, September 20th
Attention Men’s Choir members. Our first rehearsal will take place tomorrow morning at 7:30am in room 604. Please arrive on time and, if you haven’t already returned your permission form, bring it to rehearsal.
Attention students who are interested in IMS Theater Arts Club. Auditions for this year’s play “Translymania” will be held next week on Tuesday and Thursday after school. There are no late buses on those days. Sign up for an audition time in the cafeteria during your lunch.
Attention students interested in joining the Garden Club: permission slips can be found in the Guidance Office. First meeting for 7th and 8th graders is today. Remember there are no late buses.
Attention students interested in participating in National Public Lands Day: Permission slips can be found in the Guidance Office. Once again we will be working at the Garden For the Blind, which is adjacent to the Iselin Library.
To all 6, 7, and 8th grade girls there will be an interest meeting for anyone wanting to tryout for the lady panthers basketball team on tues sept 25th at 7:45 am in room 123. Any questions please ask or e-mail coach Belly
Attention all students! Are you friendly, have good grades, and demonstrate good character? The Guidance Department is looking for you to join the Ambassadors. As an Ambassador you will be asked to help welcome new students to Iselin Middle School. Applications are found in the Guidance Department and will be accepted until October 5th. Speaking a second language is preferred. There is also a strong need for students that speak Spanish, Creole, Hindi, Gujarati, and Urdu.
Attention 8th grade students: If you are interested in joining the IMS Yearbook Club, please sign up with Ms. DiLonardo in Room 417 by the end of the day on Friday 9/21 to receive an application.
Enroll your Target REDcard and 1% of your purchase at Target Stores or target.com will be donated to IMS
The NJDOE has released the attached District and School Grade Report as a result of the School Self-Assessment for Determining Grades under the Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights.
This grade is a raw score of data and the sum of the ratings for all indicators within each core element on the School Self-Assessment. The maximum total score for each school is 78 points. The school district’s score is an average of the total scores of all schools in the district