Ms. Margaret Widgren – Principal
Mrs. Kathleen Tobia – Assistant Principal
Ms. Karen Lane - SAC/Anti-Bullying Specialist
Mrs. Liz Conley – Nurse x5720
Dear JTMS Parents, Students, and Friends,
It is my pleasure to extend a warm welcome and a happy new year to our school community. As we approach the second semester of the 2021-2022 school year, I continue to be inspired by the hard work and resilience of our staff and students.
Here at JTMS, we have placed an emphasis on addressing the social-emotional and developmental needs of our students, while continuing to deliver a challenging, explorative, and thought-provoking curriculum. As part of our social-emotional learning initiatives, we are focused on three key areas: building a strong sense of community, encouraging the use of self-regulation strategies, and promoting a growth mindset.
As we move through this winter and spring, we will need to continue to be flexible and creative in our approach to managing our regular school day and after-school programs. Here at JTMS, we continue to strive to meet our District’s goal of our schools being open FULL DAY, EVERY CHILD, EVERY DAY. I am looking forward to the many upcoming events and programs that we have planned.
It is truly my pleasure to be the principal of this amazing school!
Peggy Widgren, Principal
Pictured with Ms. Widgren is the Class of 2022 Valedictorian Sebastian Mey and the Class of 2022 Salutatorian Hannah Levine.
Class of 2022 Valedictorian Sebastian Mey, 2022 Student Council President Anastasia Nakev and Class of 2022 Salutatorian Hannah Levine.
Ms. Widgren with Class of 2022 student Jaelyn Edore who was chosen to sing the National Anthem at the 8th Grade Promotion Ceremony on June 23, 2022.
Principal Widgren and Class of 2022 Student Council President Anastatia Nakev.
8th Grade Philly Trip 2022
Congratulations to all the band and chorus students that competed in the
High Notes Festival Adjudication
6th Grade Band received a score of Excellence.
7th and 8th band received a score of Superior.
6th Grade Chorus received a score of Superior.
7th and 8th grade Chorus received a score of Superior.
Congratulations to the 6th grade. The winners of March Madness for the most donations collected for the 11th Hour Rescue. They received a free pizza lunch!
Joseph Hughes, winner of the recipe contest back in February. On May 27th they made his recipe in the cafeteria...it was good! :-) It was a Turkey Lettuce Wrap.
Congratulations to the 2022 Morris County Middle School Leadership Winner, Matthew Frick pictured here with Mrs. Tobia and his parents!
Mr. Mark DiDonato (Middle School STEM Teacher) has been officially named the 2022 Air Force Association Chapter 195 "Teacher of the Year" in Aerospace/STEM Education!
PBSIS March Madness Celebration!
Mrs. Bassolino-Winner of the "Pie in the face" contest!
Closing ceremonies with Ms. Widgren!
High School Musical, Jr. Dress Rehearsal Preparation
During Red Ribbon Week, JTMS students "Planted a Promise" to live a drug free life. This spring, red tulips will appear in front of our school as a reminder of the commitment our community has made to be drug free.