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Harassment, Intimidation, and Bullying

The Little Egg Harbor School District has instituted  policies for Harassment, Intimidation, and Bullying. Links to the policies can be found below. 

District Anti-Bulling Coordinator
Jacqueline Truzzolino
Phone:  (609) 296-1719 X2100 or X1021
jtruzzolino@lehsd.k12.nj.us

GJM Anti-Bullying Specialist

Sandy Close

609-296-1719 x3014

sclose@lehsd.k12.nj.us

To view the Little Egg Harbor HIB Self Assessment report, please click here.

Affirmative Action Officer:  Erin Lichtenwalner
Email:  elichtenwalner@lehsd.k12.nj.us
Phone:  (609) 296-1719 X1029

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Pupil Code of Conduct Policies and Regulations

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A full listing of suggested supplies by grade level is listed under the "For Parents" tab.  

Donate to Our STEAM Lab:

Help our students achieve greatness by contributing to our

STEAM-POWERED RESEARCH LAB-MAKERSPACE!

The George J. Mitchell School has taken on the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) by creating a STEAM-Powered Research Lab-Makerspace designed to ignite student learning. Students will develop their research skills as they navigate through inquiry- based lessons using a variety of technology tools, hands-on manipulatives, and consumable materials. If you are interested in donating materials to our Makerspace, please click on the link below for a list of suggested materials below.

STEAM Lab Donations List





Principal's Message


Mrs. Giannuzzi

Welcome to the George J. Mitchell Elementary School!

Our school community is made up of caring, dedicated professionals, students who have a desire to learn and supportive families. We are committed to providing our students with a comprehensive curriculum that addresses their academic, social, and emotional needs.

Our school emphasizes a positive behavior program that highlights seven positive character traits.  Our Caring Schools Community Character Education Program includes lessons that focus on educating all students on ways to utilize these traits in their everyday life. Through our character education curriculum, teachers create and plan cross-grade level activities on an on-going basis where younger classes are paired with older classes. We also conduct school-wide events that build and encourage a sense of unity and community for all. Our School Safety Patrol Program includes our Sixth Grade students who are trained by our School Resource Officer to promote safety on our school buses and throughout our school.

Our teachers are committed to providing our students with the best education that include opportunities for discovery.  Using the Common Core State Standards as a foundation, our dedicated staff meets weekly as a grade level to discuss best teaching practices and strategies that address the specific needs of all their students. These Professional Learning Communities are committed to ensuring that all students are learning and that guided instruction is available to those students who may need additional support. Our staff strives to challenge our students, encouraging them to be successful 
and become life-long learners.

Communication between our staff and families is an essential component for student success.  If you ever have any questions or concerns, please reach out to your child’s teacher or contact me at (609) 296-7131.

Yours in Education

Mrs. Deborah Giannuzzi
Principal
 

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