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Permission slip and information packet


Where: Stroudsburg Middle School

Starts: 05/04/2018 @ 6:00pm

Ends:  05/04/2018 @ 9:00pm

Check-in Time: 5:30pm

Contacts and Email: 


Jeff DianoMary Ann Constable,

Christa Forgione, Erin Hiscott

Phone: 570-213-0223

Upcoming

English/Language Arts PSSA Testing
week of April 23rd

Math PSSA Testing
week of April 30th

Stroudsburg School District's Policies on Bullying and Hazing

http://www.sburg.org/bullying-resources.html
Mountie Moment

Important Update re: PSSA Exams

Due to the excessive amount of snow days this school year, the testing window for the PSSA exams has been moved back 2 weeks. The new dates for the Pennsylvania System of School Assessment (PSSA) for English Language Arts and Math for all 5th, 6th, and 7th grade students are as follows: April 23rd  through April 27th and April 30th through May 4th respectively.

We will be sending out a letter this week detailing these changes as well. Please refer to the information provided with the first letter you received to help better prepare our students for the exams.

Thank you.

Harlem Wizards

PTA is collaborating with the Stroudsburg Mountie Basketball Booster Club on the “Harlem Wizards Come to Stroudsburg” on Sunday, April 8th.

Youtube Highlights Click Here!

***Amusement Park Tickets***

***DEADLINE EXTENDED UNTIL 4/20***

On SALE now through Stroudsburg Middle School! Park tickets for Great Adventure, Hershey Park, and Dorney Park! Ticket orders are due by Friday, April 6th to Ms. Paula Nagle at the Middle School.

PTA Information

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Tricky Tray

Tricky Tray Pre-sale

2018 Flyer

2017-2018 Yearbook


School code: 13573

School Store Hours

The Middle School Store will be open during Homeroom.

About Our School

Our staff utilizes a team approach to provide our students with a "small school within a school" learning environment that fosters our building's vision.

Our vision is to provide the students with an optimal middle school experience that will positively impact their future educational goals.  We promote acceptance, responsibility, respect and hard work.  This is the best age to teach children good character and how to make wise choices.  We have a well-organized, positive reward system in place to motivate and offer recognition for responsible and respectful behavior
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District Vision Statement

Educating students to become self-directed learners who are critical thinkers, strategic problem solvers, and informed decision makers contributing to the future of society.

Middle School