North Haledon School District

 

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Michele Mazzola, Principal HMS
mmazzola@nhschools.net

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Veronica Conover, District Counselor
vconover@nhschools.net


 

High Mountain School
515 High Mountain Road
North Haledon, NJ 07508
973-427-1220

Michele Mazzola, Principal 



News & Announcements

HMS Spirit Week- Monday the 17th Comfy Cozy Day
HMS Spirit Week- Monday the 17th Comfy Cozy Day
Student Council- Giving Tree
Please help us decorate our tree and help the needy, by bringing in new hats, gloves, or scarves. You may place your donation on the tree by the All Purpose room anytime during school or after school. The last day that you can contribute is Mon., Dec. 17th. Thank you for your support!
HMS Spirit Week- Tuesday the 18th Sports Day
HMS Spirit Week- Tuesday the 18th Sports Day
HMS Spirit Week- Wednesday the 19th Color Wars Day
HMS Spirit Week- Wednesday the 19th Color Wars Day 5th grade: GREEN 6th grade: PINK 7th grade: RED 8th grade: BLUE
HMS Spirit Week- Thursday the 20th Pun Day
HMS Spirit Week- Thursday the 20th Pun Day
HMS Spirit Week- Friday the 21st Festive Hat & Ugly Sweater
HMS Spirit Week- Friday the 21st Festive Hat & Ugly Sweater
SINGLE SESSION DAY- Fri., Dec. 21st
SINGLE SESSION DAY- Fri., Dec. 21st.html
Student Council- Penny Wars Fundraiser
Penny Wars! Student Council is raising money to help those impacted by Hurricane Michael. Students are encouraged to bring in pennies to help their grade level and 'silver' coins or bills to 'hurt' the other grade levels. Pennies will count as positive amounts and all other coins or bills will be subtracted from their total. The grade level with the highest net total by 12/21 will win a prize!
Holiday Break: Dec. 24th - Jan. 1st
Holiday Break: Dec. 24th - Jan. 1st.html
Re-Registration Checklist (pdf)
6th Grade Cell City Project- See photos below
The 6th Grade Cell City Projects were designed to deepen understanding about cells and their internal structures through analogies. Students designed cities, stadiums, and schools and compared them to cells and the functions of their internal structures. Our 6th grade students went above and beyond with their projects!
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