Mountain Lions
Welcome to the 
North Haledon
School District



515 High Mountain Road North Haledon, NJ 07508


new and improved

Superintendent's Newsletter-

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North Haledon Learning Community Newsletter Volume 1 





Dear High Mountain School Students, Parents, Guardians, and Community Members –

Welcome back to the 2017-2018 school year. Each summer I say this - but these halls are way too quiet without the staff and students. I am eager to have all of you back in September and to welcome our incoming fifth graders.

            Our students will continue to thrive in the classrooms and be challenged as critical thinkers and problem solvers as they approach their daily instruction. The teachers will provide rigorous and meaningful instruction aimed at meeting the state and district standards, and meeting the individual needs of the students in the classroom. We remain proud of the enthusiasm and excitement present in the classrooms, and will enhance that with our 1:1 Chromebook initiative.  We are fortunate to provide this opportunity to our students and foster 21st century digital learning. 

           Collaboration is crucial to a productive school year.  A positive school climate starts with our staff and student body.  The students continue to be expected to demonstrate good citizenship and responsibility for their academics and behavior, while the staff remains committed to fostering and encouraging personal growth.  I stand by what I stated last year: Parents, teachers and administrators will support one another with a common goal in mind – what’s best for the students. This needs to be at the forefront of our decision making each and every day.

As the year progresses, please know that I am here to work with you to make this school year as successful and positive as possible. The teachers and I can always be reached at 973-427-1220 or via email to discuss any concerns as they arise. Please also check the school’s website often for updates and announcements.


Mrs. Michele Mazzola

Principal, High Mountain School  



Book Warming Night

book worm

 Date:  December 15, 2017

Setting:  Memorial School Library

Time:  6:00 pm- 7:00 pm


 Families are invited for Coffee, Sweets and Book Talk!

Mrs. Antonella Lind will be hosting a book talk night!

 We will be discussing reading strategies,

book levels and family resources-

 just in time for the Holiday Break!


Happy Holidays

 Friday, December 22nd Single Session Day 

No School Monday, December 25th 

to Monday, January 1st

Happy New Year



See you on January 2nd!


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Click here for 1:1 Chromebook Initiative Information


School Email Accounts Presentation-





Overview of Standardized Assessments

taken Spring 2017



Please click here to view the presentation for:

Spring 2017 PARCC Grades 3-8 & 

Spring 2017 NJASK Science Grades 4 & 8 Scores Overview




Parental Notification of

Standardized Assessments 2017-2018


Click here to view Assessments, Administration Dates and Grade Levels




In October North Haledon Public Schools recognized the Week of Respect. It was an excellent opportunity for students to learn about, reflect on and share their experiences of respect and kindness towards others, themselves and all living things. 

To kick things off, all students signed a Pledge or Respect vowing to show kindness in their words and actions. Take a look at our pledges!

Pledge Wall

Since respect is a quality best displayed through our conduct, to conclude the celebration, students and teachers decorated homeroom doors with students' "actions of respect". Some doors are pictured below. 

Clearly, it was a great job done by all!

Door 1

Door 2

Door 3

Door 4



New for the 2017-2018 School Year


Cafeteria Point of Sale Debit System

Click Below for Information

Cafeteria Point of Sale Debit System


Link to MealTime Website- Click below.


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We appreciate parents continued assistance as you demonstrate safety when driving your vehicles on school property and in our neighboring streets.

Please keep in mind that students, parents, and staff utilize the parking lot as pedestrians, so it's important to reduce the speed of your vehicle while on the campus of the High Mountain Middle School.  Students, parents, and staff safety must be everone's priority. The traffic flows extremely well in the morning and afternoon when parents utlize the drop-off and pick-up lane. 

Please refrain from utilizing the center lane located in the front of the school, getting out of your vehicles, parking in the front of the building when dropping off or picking up your children. If you must park, please do so in a parking spot. Unattended cars that are parked in the drop-off and pick-up lane hinder the traffic flow.

Thank you for assisting us with keeping the High Mountain Middle School safe for all who attend, work, and visit.

Mrs. Michele Mazzola

Principal, High Mountain School 

Drive Slow We love our children

**As per the Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights Act (ABR) (P.L.2010, c.122),
the North Haledon Public Schools has posted its Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights Act grades
here on the district's homepage, to the district's HIB webpage,
 to each individual school's webpage and to the district's public menu.  

Mrs. Conover, Anti-Bullying Specialist

Please feel free to contact Mrs. Michele Mazzola, Anti-Bullying Coordinator,
if you have any questions.**