Samuel Mickle Summer Hours
Monday-Friday 8:00-4:00 p.m. (June 21st-July 6th)
Closed July 2nd, 3rd & 4th
Monday-Thursday 7:30-4:30 p.m. (July 9th - August 24th)
Closed on Fridays
Incoming 3rd Grade Tours (Must be accompanied by a parent/guardian)
Medication Drop Off (all grades)
Thursday, August 23rd from
Tuesday, August 28th from
Our school counselor, Kristen Lombardo, and Mrs. Evans will welcome you and your child into the school and provide maps for self-guided touring. Please plan to accompany your child through the school as he or she becomes familiar with important areas.
Our school nurse, Mrs. Brown, will also be available to answer questions and collect medical documentation/medications. If you plan to drop off medication, please be sure all medication dispensing forms are completed. The forms can be found on the district website at http://www.eastgreenwich.k1
We hope you are able to join us!
Raymour & Flanigan of Deptford, NJ hosted Samuel Mickle entrepreneurs on June 23rd for a day of business partnership. The students set up shop and sold their goods to the public, while highlighting their creative efforts in the local community. Raymour & Flanigan also made a donation in the amount of $1,000 to the school organization for participating in their outreach efforts. Well done!
Congratulations to the Buzz Buddies Mentor Club and the 6th Grade Lunch Bunch Character is Magical Assemblies for being awarded “Promising Practice” by Character.org. Promising Practice Awards “recognize unique, specific and effective character education strategies”.
Congratulations 6th Grade Band & Chorus!
On June 1, 2018 two Samuel Mickle School Music Ensembles: the 6th Grade Band under the direction of Mr. Stocker and the 6thGrade Hornet Harmony under the direction of Mrs. Zimmerman, competed in the High-Note Music Festival. Both groups performed three selections for adjudicators who noted “the performances were well done in all areas of the music and style”.
Both groups scored between 90-97 out of a possible 100 points, which earned the performers a rating of “Superior”. Less than 90 earns performers a rating of “excellent” and less than 80 qualifies performers for a rating of “good”. A rating of "fair" was also possible.
The performances were judged in the areas of Tone Quality, blend and control/ Intonation in the melodic line, harmonic structure, individuals and as a group/ Technique exhibited in articulation, attacks, releases, precision, fluency, pitch & rhythmic accuracy/ Interpretation of dynamics, style, phrasing, tempo and expression/ Balance of the melodic and harmonic structure/ as well as the Musical Repertoire content and appropriateness for the ensembles.
Congratulations Gina Doyle
2017-2018 Samuel Mickle Teacher of the Year
Congratulations Lisa Giorgianni
2017-2018 Samuel Mickle Educational Services Professional of the Year
Congratulations Kristen Cavanaugh!
Kristen Cavanaugh was recognized as a 2017 Axalta Eagles’ All-Pro Teacher and earned a $2,000 grant for our district! As a 6th grade Language Arts/Writing teacher, Lunch Bunch and Yearbook advisor, new teacher mentor, achievement coach, and PRIDE Chair, Kristen is very involved within our school community. We are proud of Kristen’s accomplishments and would like to extend our gratitude for all that she does. Kristen was recognized at the Eagles’ game on November 26th and at a dinner at Lincoln Financial Field on December 6th!
Have a Wonderful Summer Break!