Here is the Getting Ready for Success in Middle School presentation for 5th grade families.
Ms. Murphy raves about the Restorative Practices expert speaking at this Parenting Center event on Wednesday, February 6 at Marshall School.
The Parenting Center is looking for a small group of dedicated parents/guardians who can help determine the kind of supports our community needs to make coming changes in our district a success.
Dr. Ficarra has asked SOMSD Director of Technology Keith Bonds to address the questions raised by the committee. Bonds said he expects to have more information by the end of this week.
Special Services Back-To-School-Night and IEP Binder Building Workshop.
The PTA Presidents’ Council and the League of Women Voters of Maplewood & South Orange are hosting a debate for Board of Education candidates this Wednesday, Oct. 10, at 7:30pm at 525 Academy Street in Maplewood.
This evening will feature a discussion of our approaches to planning for the
reconfiguration of SOMSD elementary schools.
SEPAC provides parents with tools and information to work collaboratively with the school district and to be more effective advocates for their children with special educational needs.
The fall session of Beyond the Bell will begin the week of October 1st. Registration is now open.
This upcoming week, October 1st-October 5th is the New Jersey State Week of Respect. / Semèn kap vini an, komanse 1 Oktòt pou rive 5 Oktòb, se semèn respè pou State New Jersey a.
5th Grade Students and their Parents/Guardians are invited to preview the middle school experience on March 27 and 28.
Nikole Hannah-Jones will lead a discussion titled “Divided in a Diverse Community: Why Intentional Integration Matters.”
Registration for the winter session of Beyond the Bell started on Dec. 11! You can register online or by filling out the paper registration that went home in backpacks.
The Achieve Foundation is looking for volunteer tutors to work with Seth Boyden students during the day and after school.
Find out the details for shopping and volunteering at our Fall Book Fair.
The show marked the start of our district’s music partnership with the John J. Cali School of Music at Montclair State University.
As part of #ChooseKind week, students in our district have a chance to buy discounted tickets to see the new movie “Wonder.”
We hope this list of resources will help you learn about the candidates and their positions on the issues facing our district.
The district’s Special Services Department is holding its Third Annual SOMA Back to School Night on Tuesday, Oct. 24, from 7-8:30 pm in the Columbia High School cafeteria.
The Community Coalition on Race is hosting a forum for candidates for the Board of Education on Tuesday, Oct. 24, at 7:30 PM at Marshall Elementary.