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Marlboro School District K-8 Lunches

June 19, 2020 will be the last day school lunches will be delivered. Anyone still looking to receive lunches, you will be able to pick up on Tuesday & Thursday starting June 23, 2020 with June 30, 2020 will be our last day for lunch service.

If you would like to pick up lunch you will need to email Vincent Palmiero @vpalmiero@mtps.org by June 12th with your children’s names and how many lunches you will be in need of.

Anyone previously on the list for pickups will have to resend an email if you would like to continue.

All pickups will be by door # 39 from 9:45 am- 10:30 am.

If you have any questions please email me or call me @ 732-972-2100 ext. 6730

Thank you!!
Vincent Palmiero
Director of dining services
@vpalmiero@mtps.org
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Listen To The Monarch Experience Podcast!

Two fantastic students from the class of 2019 return to talk specifically about the transition into high school. Harry (from Homework and The Umbrella Academy Review) and Danielle join Mr. Ancona and talk about their experiences adjusting to high school from 8th grade, advice for current 8th graders, how the pandemic and school closures affected their Freshman year, and a most embarrassing Freshman story or two!

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Monmouth County Department of Health

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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