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Memorial Middle School
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Principal's Message

Dear Memorial Community,
 
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Dear Parents, Guardians, and Students:
 
On behalf of the entire staff, I take great pride in welcoming you to Marlboro Memorial Middle School, home of the Monarchs.  It is a pleasure to have you as members of the Memorial family. Together, we will strive to foster a strong partnership between home and school.  I look forward to building academic excellence and positive learning experiences for our students during the 2019-2020 school year.  All school personnel will aspire to work cooperatively with you as we support our students in meeting their academic and community responsibilities.  We anticipate great success for our students and value your partnership in this endeavor.
 
Please be advised that our school is a one way entrance on Nolan Road. All cars exit via the access road to Lloyd Road during school hours through 4:30pm. We encourage all students to ride their assigned buses in order to avoid extensive traffic that may occur at the student drop off location in front of the school. If students are driven to school, please be sure they remain in your car until 7:30am when they are permitted to enter school under the supervision of certified staff members. Any student being picked up from school during the day or at dismissal requires the parent to come into the office with a driver’s license to sign out the child. This safety procedure is in place if a child comes to school late or leaves school with an adult at any time. Please be sure anyone authorized to pick up your child is at least 18 years old, brings his or her driver’s license and is noted on your emergency contact list. Parents are always the first contact so emergency contact names must be someone other than the parent or legal guardian. Please be sure the person(s) you list are able to come to school within 30 minutes of being contacted to pick up a student. A copy of the driver’s license will be made in the office prior to dismissing any child to the care of your authorized or emergency contact.
 
The Marlboro Memorial Middle School staff anticipates a highly productive and enjoyable year for your child.  Should you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact our Student Services Office or Main Office.  We are available to assist you in any way possible. Best wishes for a successful school year! 
 
P.S. Don't forget to order your Memorial gear and show your school pride!  Click here to visit our school store.
 
Sincerely,
Mr. John Pacifico                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Principal                                                                                              
 
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Starting today, April 20th, any Monmouth County residents in need of COVID-19 related emotional support can contact the Monmouth County Department of Health hotline at 732.845.2070. After initial contact with DRCC at the hotline, anyone in need of additional support will be directed to call Mental Health Association of Monmouth County at (732) 542-6422 to be connected to a licensed professional. MHA Monmouth County will answer calls live Monday-Friday from 9am-5pm. MHA Monmouth County has put together a network of 60 volunteer licensed professionals who are providing up to 6 free telephonic support sessions. After 6 calls, if the resident is in need of ongoing behavioral health services, they will be referred to one of our community agencies.

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