Important Messages -
2021 -2022 School Community Information
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Thorne Middle School - Frequently Asked Questions
6th Grade Social
Meet new friends after school on Wednesday, October 20, 2021 from 2:45 PM - 3:45 PM
Meet your new Principal – Mrs. Smith
Title I Annual Parent Meeting
October 7, 2021 @ 4:30 PM
Thorne Middle School Cafeteria
Please join us as we provide information to parents about Title I, Part A of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA). Title I is the federal program that allocates funding to local school districts to improve the academic achievement of low performing students, particularly in English Language Arts and/ or Math. At this meeting, we will talk about our Title I program in addition to the following items:
- How your child was identified for Title I services
- The assessments we use and what they mean
- How we will help your child meet state proficiency goals
- Activities that you can do at home to help your child succeed
- How you can be involved in the Title I program at school
- District and School-Level Parental Involvement Policies
- School-Parent Compact
Fuel My School
Thorne Guidance Counselors, Case Managers, SAC & Nurse are here to support you during the school year. We are available during normal school hours (7:50AM-2:45PM). Please reach out via email with any questions or concerns that you may have.
Guidance Counselors can be reached via e-mail or at the following extensions:
6th Grade: Mrs. Christina McQuillan: email@example.com x7708
7th Grade: Ms. Chelsea Kacmarsky: firstname.lastname@example.org x7706
8th Grade: Mr. Cory Tirpack: email@example.com x7707
Follow us on Twitter: @ThorneGuidance
Child Study Team can be reached via e-mail or at the following extensionsDr. Kabay: firstname.lastname@example.org x7779Mrs. Wagner: email@example.com x7718Ms. Frees: firstname.lastname@example.org x7717
District Mission Statement and Beliefs
The Middletown Township Public School District, in partnership with our resourceful and
historically rich community, provides students with a rigorous and relevant education,
rooted in the New Jersey Student Learning Standards, motivating them to recognize
and develop their full potential as responsible citizens, contributing to an ever-evolving
We believe we must function as a united community to...
1. Meet every student’s unique and individual needs, in a safe and nurturing
2. Prepare students for innovative opportunities in a rapidly evolving global society,
in which technology is integral.
3. Inspire, engage, and challenge students and staff to make the commitment to
become lifelong learners, both within and beyond the classroom walls.
4. Provide all students equitable opportunities for personal development by
maintaining progressive resources.
5. Support the success of our children, who are our future.
Harassment, Intimidation & Bullying
District Anti-Bullying Coordinator
732-671-3850 Ext. 1021
THORNE'S ANTI-BULLYING SPECIALIST
Thorne's 2017 - 2018 ABBR Score: 74/78
MTPS HIB Grades for the School Self-Assessment for Determining Grades
under the Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights