School Day: First Bell at 7:55 a.m. - Dismissal at 2:45 p.m.
Michelle Cebula Assistant Principal
Alicia Subervi Assistant Principal
STOKES Parent/Child Night will take place on Thursday, October 26, 2017, at 7:00 p.m. in the LCJSMS Cafeteria. 6th grade students are asked to bring their bandanas and wear their tie-dye t-shirts.
High School STOKES Counselors only are to report to the LCJSMS Cafeteria at 6:30 p.m.
- General Information about our school
- Problems with PowerSchool or Chromebooks?
- LCJSMS CLUB LISTING
- HONEYWELL EMERGENCY ALERT SYSTEM
- MALLORY MORTILLARO, LA TEACHER, TO GIVE PRESENTATION AT MORRIS MUSEUM
Lawton C. Johnson Summit Middle School Sixth, seventh, and eighth grade students attend Lawton C. Johnson Summit Middle School in a beautiful 1920s building that has been totally renovated with up-to-date classrooms, labs, and equipment.
Opportunities to explore a variety of offerings begin in sixth grade and continue throughout the middle school experience. Latin, French, Spanish, and Mandarin Chinese are offered beginning in sixth grade. Art, General Music, Drama, Forensics, Writing, Technology Education, Keyboarding, Reading/Study Skills, Public Speaking, Problem Solving, and Computer Applications are taught in exploratory cycles.
The Middle School provides a supportive and stimulating environment during the fast growth years of early adolescence. Comprehensive instruction in Math, Reading, Science, Social Studies, and Language Arts builds on the skills acquired in elementary school.
A vigorous and successful intramural and interscholastic sports program is provided, along with an extensive selection of school clubs appealing to a wide range of interests. The school has consistently produced winners in various county and state academic competitions.
It is our mission as a school community to provide a safe, supportive, and stimulating environment, where diversity is celebrated, uniqueness of the individual is valued, and high academic standards are maintained to ensure success for all students.
Information regarding registering for the district's emergency notification system can be found by clicking here.If you have an issue with the Honeywell System, please contact Mrs. Hill at (908) 273-1190 ext. 4504.
Ms. Mortillaro is giving a presentation at the Morris Museum about her discovery of the lost Rodin in Madison. The link to the website is below.