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Mrs. Negron-Santana's school counselor page

My name is Mrs. Negron-Santana and I will be your school counselor for all three years while your child attends Marlboro Memorial Middle School. I am eager to get to know you and your children. As your school counselor, I am here to assist you in achieving a happy and successful middle school experience.

For the students, middle school is an exciting time filled with many wonderful opportunities.  Your parents, teachers, and I will work together to support you during your middle school career.  I am here to listen and lend a hand whenever you have any questions or concerns regarding school, friends, and family.

For parents/guardians, I am only a phone call or email away.  I am available to address any questions or concerns that you may have regarding academic, social/emotional, and career development.  Communication between home and school is the key to success.  I look forward to working together to ensure an enjoyable middle school experience for your child and you. Feel free to contact me at 732 972-7115 ext 6917 or at cnegron-santana@mtps.org  if you have any concerns or questions throughout the school year. Back-to-School Night is on Monday, September 24th at 7:00 pm. Hope to see you there. Parents/Guardians who are not able to attend please view my presentation available on this page on September 25th. Thank you and have a great school year.

Best regards,                                                                          

Mrs. Negron-Santana

School Counselor

 

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Classroom lessons-High School Programs-FRHSD and MCVSD

Mrs. Negron-Santana will be conducting lessons in the seventh grade classrooms during the month of October. The lessons will consist of an overview of the FRHSD Magnet Programs and MCVSD Specialty High Schools. Parents, please spend time this school year researching these fantastic programs with your seventh grader. Please reach out to me with any questions.

Respect Week-October 5-9

Student Services will be recognizing The Week of Respect via morning announcements and student activities beginning October 5th through October 9th.