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North Main Street School

NORTH MAIN STREET SCHOOL

215 North Main Street
Pleasantville, NJ 08232
Phone (609) 383-6887
Fax (609)-569-0182

Teresa McGaney-Guy, Principal

School Hours: 8:50 am – 3:05 p.m.
Early Dismissal: 1:30 pm

Delayed Opening: 10:20 a.m. – 2:50 p.m.
In effect when announced by the Superintendent of Schools.


                      

North Main Street School honors vets

 
Congratulations!
 
North Main Street School
The Press of Atlantic CityHalloween contest fifth grade winner
Henry Fermin

Then I rushed toward the cabin. I entered slowly.

Not long after, I heard a soft tap on the window. Tap... tap... tap. I screamed! I bolted from the cabin to run into the woods. I heard someone following behind me in the distance. I saw a little house.

I yelled, “HELP!”

The door of the little house opened sluggishly. The sight of the creepy old woman I saw earlier, frightened me. I was especially scared when her eyes made contact with mine.

I ran back into our cabin. Suddenly, I heard someone knocking on the door. Boom! Boom! Boom! I jumped out the window from the bathroom and looked back. I saw someone that looked like the old woman

What should I do?

I decided to be brave. I turned around to walk straight toward the old lady. As I got closer, I noticed that it was my mom!

 
 
 

 Pleasantville's North Main Street elementary school partners with Stockton University to strengthen literacy and preservice teacher preparation.

A strong foundation for teacher education and reading instruction

A strong foundation for teacher education and reading instruction image

A Stockton University student practices teaching literacy with a Pleasantville student. Photo by Diane D’Amico/Stockton University.

 

 

Congratulations!

PAA Administrator of the Year
Teresa McGaney-Guy
 

Teresa McGaney-Guy is the principal of North Main Street School (NMSS) and has held various positions within the district.  From the inception of her career in education, her passion and previous positions held in the educational field has steadily advanced and prepared her for her current position.  Serving as a teacher for several years, Teresa was also a summer enrichment supervisor, reading facilitator, assistant principal and interim director of special projects.

 In 2001, she was awarded the Teacher of the year at Leeds Avenue School; selected by Phi Delta Kappa for the Educational Excellence Award in 2015; and selected by the National Association of Negro Business and Professional Women’s Clubs, Inc. in 2016 for the Professional Achievement Award.

 In addition to her individual awards, Teresa and her staff at the NMSS School has received the Apple ConnectED grant, Lowes Playground grant, T-Mobile grant and the Model Classroom Grant.  The Model Classroom Grant has created an opportunity to partner with Stockton University to improve literacy.

 Under her leadership, NMSS was featured in two episodes of NJ Classroom Close Up, whereas the “Change is Here” episode was nominated for an Emmy, while The Peace Zone at NMSS was featured in the NJEA Review.

 Her educational experiences have afforded her the opportunity to collaborate with a diverse group of people to meet the common goal of increasing student achievement and well-being. Her educational philosophy is based on her uncompromising belief that given a positive learning environment, strong and knowledgeable leadership, a committed and focused educational team, an encouraging community, and a supportive family, ALL STUDENTS CAN LEARN.

 

 

 

Congratulations

Teacher, Educational Service Professional, and Educational Support Professional of the Year
 
 

 

                                          

North Main Street School
ConnectEd to Community   
       

The Pleasantville School District does not restrict or discriminate based on any race, color, sex, national origin or students with disabilities from participation in any district program, employment decisions or PHS career programs.


Coming Up!
Today:
Mon Dec 9
  9:30 AM NMSS - NMSS Apple Distinguished School Event
  NMSS - Holiday Shoppe Begins
  LAS Holiday Shop Week Begins
Tue Dec 10
  6:30 PM LAS - Zumba
  5:00 PM BOE Action Meeting - Pleasantville High School Cafeteria
  SMSS - Tie Tuesday
  9:00 AM SMSS - PTO Meeting
Wed Dec 11
  8:30 AM NMSS - 2nd Cup of Coffee
  LAS - 1st Grade Holiday Reading Workshop with Parents
  SMSS - Pearl Wednesday
Thu Dec 12
  LAS 3:10 PM - Mentor & Mentee Holiday Party
  6:30 PM LAS - Zumba
  4:00 PM WAS - Holiday Party
Fri Dec 13
  NMSS - Holiday Shoppe Ends
  1:15 PM WAS - Grade 1 Holiday Show
Mon Dec 16
  6:00 PM NMSS - PTO Dinner & Meeting
  9:00 AM WAS - PTO Meeting
Tue Dec 17
  6:30 PM LAS - Zumba
  SMSS - Tie Tuesday
Wed Dec 18
  5:00 PM LAS - PTO Meeting
  SMSS - Pearl Wednesday
  1:30 PM WAS - Holiday Show
Thu Dec 19
  9:30 AM LAS - NED Show Grades PreK 5
  6:30 PM LAS - Zumba
  SMSS - 2nd Grade Harvest Around the World
  4:30 PM WAS - Popcorn & Movie Night
Fri Dec 20
  12:00 PM LAS - 1st Grade Polar express
  11:30 AM LAS - Pre-K Holiday Pollyana - Lunch
  SMSS - Ugly Sweater Contest-Staff Pajama Day-Students
  SMSS - Kindergarten Cookies & Caroling Polar Express
Mon Dec 23
  SCHOOLS CLOSED - Winter Break
Tue Dec 24
  SCHOOLS CLOSED - Winter Break
Wed Dec 25
  SCHOOLS CLOSED - Winter Break
Thu Dec 26
  SCHOOLS CLOSED - Winter Break
Fri Dec 27
  SCHOOLS CLOSED - Winter Break
Mon Dec 30
  SCHOOLS CLOSED - Winter Break
Tue Dec 31
  SCHOOLS CLOSED - Winter Break
Wed Jan 1
  SCHOOLS CLOSED - New Year's Day
  SCHOOLS CLOSED - Winter Break
Thu Jan 2
  SCHOOLS REOPEN