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GENERAL INFORMATION

School Day: First Bell at 7:55 a.m. - Dismissal at 2:45 p.m.


Damen Cooper
Principal

Michelle Cebula Assistant Principal

Alicia Subervi Assistant Principal

General Information about our school




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.


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.

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.

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.


Problems with PowerSchool, Chromebooks or iPads?

Call Mrs. Regina Hill at (908) 273-1190 ext. 4504 or Mrs. Nicole Gutierrez at (908) 273-1190 ext. 4553

LCJSMS CLUB LISTING

Please click on the following link for a complete list of extra curricular clubs at the Middle School for the 2016-2017 school year: Club Listing

NEW HONEYWELL EMERGENCY ALERT SYSTEM


Information regarding registering for the district's new 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.

YEARBOOK SALES DRIVE

Online orders will be accepted until February 14. This is the LAST chance to order a copy of the award-winning Spotlight yearbook! Orders after February 14 CANNOT BE ACCEPTED. Order a yearbook today online at yearbookordercenter.com. Yearbooks will be distributed in June. Only students who order before the deadline are guaranteed a yearbook! Click here for forms and flyer.

NIGHT O' FUN CONTEST WINNER

Pictured above (from left to right) are Principal Damen Cooper, Mayor Nora Radest, sixth grader Ayden Bhagwati, and Superintendent June Chang. Ayden was the winner of the 2016 Night O' Fun Lunch with the Mayor and Tour of City Hall. Congratulations Ayden!

MARTIN LUTHER KING JR ESSAY CONTEST WINNERS

Martin Luther King, Jr., Essay Contest winners read excerpts from their essays and enjoyed a luncheon with Mr. Damen Cooper, Principal, on Monday, January 16. From left to right are sixth graders Charles Zucker, Justin Anderson, Molly Duff, John (Jack) Wilson, Cameron Barrett, Victoria Nicely and Grace Matter.


NIGHT FOR THE SOUL

Our Black History Month celebration will culminate on Tuesday, February 28, with "A Night for the Soul." Please join us at 6:00 p.m. in the concourse and cafeteria of LCJSMS for an evening of soul food and displays of talent by our students. Click here for ticket information.

GR 8 PARENT/STUDENT DC INFORMATIONAL MEETING - WEDNESDAY, MARCH 1, 7:00 PM

Please click here to see the letter sent home to eighth grade parents on February 2nd regarding the Washington, DC, parent/student informational meeting.

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