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  ANNOUNCEMENTS

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Daily Announcements (please go to the Virtual Backpack)

 

 

 


 

243 N. Randolphville Road
Piscataway, New Jersey 08854

Phone: 732-752-4457
Fax: 732-424-9445
 


Richard A. Hueston, Principal
Dr. Orsolina Cetta, Assistant Principal

School Anti-Bullying Specialist: Kathryn Garcia
Email: kgarcia@pway.org 
732-752-4457 x 5217


District Anti-Bullying Coordinator: David Rubin
Email: drubin@pway.org 
732-572-2289 x 2524

PHS Academies

5th Grade Parent Orientation Guide

Important School Safety Message



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iPad Information/Insurance

For Students, click on the picture below:

Schoology

Schoology Support


Here Are Our Students Showing Their Math Potential





Heros
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FreeDentalCare




Feel the Rhythm, Feel the Rhyme, 
Get On Up, It's T. Schor's Time!


We at T. Schor Middle School have high hopes and expectations for the administration, faculty, staff, and students. Providing the best for the students is a three part process involving parents, school personnel, and the student. Research shows that when both parents and faculty work together students have a very successful school year.

 

2017-2018 School Hours

Regular Schedule 8:05 - 2:20 
Half-Day Session 8:05 -12:20 
Delayed Opening 10:05- 2:20

 


 

Watch a video created by Piscataway Schools TV 
called "P-WAY State of Mind" by clicking 
here.

Video

We at T. Schor Middle School have high hopes and expectations for the administration, faculty, staff, and students. Providing the best for the students is a three part process involving parents, school personnel, and the student. Research shows that when both parents and faculty work together students have a very successful school year.