Monthly Archive: March 2019

OPERATION RAINE DROPS

RAINE (Reaching All in Need Everyday) is a nonprofit organization established in 2001 to assist children and their families who are in crisis. Since its beginning, RAINE has positively impacted the Bayshore Community by providing food, clothing, assistance during the holidays, and various other necessities for families in need. On Monday, March 25th – Friday, March 29th Fairview will be collecting items for OPERATION RAINE DROPS. We, along with other schools in our district, are collecting items for care packages called RAINE DROPS which will be shipped to deployed troops.

You can find a complete list of items we are collecting for RAINE DROPS here: https://bit.ly/2FopeCU

There is a donation box outside of the school office labeled “RAINE DROPS”. Please drop off your donations there! We have one week for this collection. Let’s make it count!

Parents’ Night Out!

Who: Students in K-3rd grade

What: Parents, drop your kids off in their PJ’s and we will serve them dinner (pizza, juice box, and fruit snacks) and play games with them.  They will be entertained by the juniors of MHSN while you enjoy a night out!

Where: Harmony Elementary School

When: Friday, March 29th from 6-9 PM

Cost: $20 for your first child, $15 for your second

To sign up, please fill out the attached form and send it with your check made out to Middletown High School North. You can either mail or drop off your check and form at Middletown High School North – Attention Jamie Copp.  We are accepting up to 100 kids, first come first serve.  We hope to see you there!

MHSN Advisors Jamie Copp (coppj@middletownk12.org) and Paige Friedland (friedlandp@middletownk12.org)

Parent’s Night Out Registration Form

Please make checks payable to “Middletown High School North”

$20 for first child, $15 for any other children

Parent/Guardian’s Name ________________________________________________

Parent/Guardian’s Cell __________________________________________________

Child’s Name __________________________________________  Age ___________

Any Allergies __________________________________________________________

Any important information we need to know about your child _____________________

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2nd Child’s Name _______________________________________  Age ___________

Any Allergies __________________________________________________________

Any important information we need to know about your child _____________________

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3rd Child’s Name _______________________________________  Age ___________

Any Allergies __________________________________________________________

Any important information we need to know about your child _____________________

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Emergency Contact Name ______________________________________________

Emergency Contact Cell ______________________________________________

March PTO Meeting: Wednesday, March 6

Please join us for a very special meeting on Wednesday as we welcome special guest speaker, Susan Tellone, Associate Director of the Mental Health Association of Monmouth County. Ms. Tellone will be speaking primarily about crisis management and what our school can do in response to tragic events that may hit close to home.

The Mental Health Association of Monmouth County has made it a primary goal of its agency to help address youth and adolescent suicide risk and rates in our county. Through the use of the Lifelines model, MHA has begun to help schools change the culture of “keeping the secret” and move towards more open, stigma-free conversations about mental health and suicide in our students.

The Middletown School District has been a partner with MHA on the Lifelines model since the Fall of 2016 and has implemented student curriculum addressing same throughout our district. MHA presenters and Lifelines trainers will present on raising resilient children in challenging times and be able to answer your questions related to the mental health needs of our young students as well as answer any questions about their extensive expertise on youth suicide.

Please join us immediately after the Jump For Heart Event on Wednesday, March 6 at 7:00 p.m. We will also discuss upcoming events. Babysitting will be available.