June 2010 Archives

The largest 8th grade class in Upper Freehold Regional Middle School history attended their two-day class trip to Washington, D.C. on May 6th and 7th. The trip was a wonderful experience for the Class of 2010! Not only did our 8th graders enjoy their time in Washington, but they were also outstanding representatives of our school and district. Some of the highlights of the trip include:
 
  • A visit to the Senate chambers while debating was taking place.
  • Meeting members of the House of Representatives as they were leaving the Capitol building after a vote.
  • Visiting the FDR Memorial, Jefferson Memorial, Lincoln Memorial, WWII Memorial, Korean War Memorial , Vietnam Memorial , Washington Monument, Holocaust Museum, Arlington National Cemetery, the White House, and many of the Smithsonian Museums.
 Lots of walking, terrific learning experiences and great memories will be remembered by all who attended! We thank all of our chaperones and the organizers of the trip, Mrs. Moots and Mrs. Van Wieren.
 

Arbor Day Tree Planting

The MOMS Club of Allentown and Upper Freehold recently donated trees to plant at the Stone Bridge Middle School. The Arbor Day program has existed since 1999.  There are currently 65 volunteer groups planting 12,700 trees throughout NJ this year. The Foundation (NJ Tree Foundation) allows groups to plant on Earth Day 4/22 or Arbor Day (always the last Friday of April), and the weekends that follow. Our trees were planted on Arbor Day this year! Special thanks go to Bernadette Nolan, Barbara Nissinger and Jennifer Jaros-Domen for organizing this worthy and wonderful experience.

As you enter the Stone Bridge Middle School driveway, you will see very small trees to your right and left. These are the trees that will, ultimately, become a beautiful entrance to our new school!
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