7th grade orientation will be at Galloway Township Middle School on Thursday, August 17. Incoming 7th grade students and parents are invited to meet staff members, tour the building, and learn about the programs and activities at GTMS.
The 8th Grade Promotional Ceremonies will be held Tuesday, June 13.
Team G 3:00 PM
Team E 4:30 PM
Team F 6:00 PM
Promotional Information Sheets will go home with students on Monday, May 22.
Progress reports will be given to students in homeroom. Progress reports must be signed by a parent/guardian and returned to your child's homeroom teacher.
Report cards will be given to students in homeroom. Report cards must be signed by a parent/guardian and returned to your child's homeroom teacher.
The GMTS Library and FSA are sponsoring a buy one get one free Scholastic book fair April 3-7. Hours are Monday through Thursday, 8:00 am - 2:00 pm and Friday 8:00 am - 10:00 am. Books are buy one get one free, including middle school fiction and nonfiction, picture books, cookbooks and other adult books. Click on the link below to see a preview of the book selection. Parents are welcome to visit the book fair!
Progress reports were given to students today in homeroom. Progress reports must be signed by a parent/guardian and returned to your child's homeroom teacher.
According to state law and district policy, students who wish to participate in sports must have an approved physical examination. Sports physical packets for the following sports are due March 13: Baseball, Softball, and Track. Please visit the Athletics page for more information about GTMS athletics.
Dear Parents & Guardians –
We invite you to join us at the Board of Education meeting on Monday, Feb. 27th at 7pm in the GTMS café to learn about proposed scheduling and curriculum changes at GTMS. Mrs. Paula Junker, GTMS Principal, will be presenting the goals, highlights, and other details that include an enrichment/intervention period, STEM and advanced science. Please note that the changes do not affect the starting and ending times.
GTMS parent-teacher conferences will be held Tuesday, February 16 from 1:00-4:00 PM.
Absegami High School scheduling will take place in the GTMS library February 13, 15, 22, 23, 24 and 27. Letters were sent home with your child’s appointment date and time. Please remind your child of the date and time of their scheduled appointment. Thank you!
In celebration of Black History Month, GTMS hosted the South Jersey African American Heritage Museum in the library on Thursday, February 9. Students had the opportunity to view the artifacts and listen to the stories behind them. Please visit http://www.aahmsnj.org/index.html for more information.
Reports cards will be given to students today in homeroom. Report cards must be signed by a parent/guardian and returned to your child's homeroom teacher.
Congratulations to GTMS band members , Alessandra Cabrera on flute, Dario Goshevski on clarinet , Kayla Muniz on trumpet, Connor Morrissey on trombone, and Matt Vibora on mallets, for their selection to Region Honors Band!
The GTMS wrestling team competed in the Atlantic-Cape-Cumberland League tournament on Saturday at Absegami and crowned a school record and tournament best seven champions.
Braeden Scannell, Jordan Marcucci, Ethan Zeck, Jaylen Glover, George Rhodes, K.J. Sherman and Angel Murphy all won their respective weight classes.
Camaad Jones, Jackson Harvey and Sean Steward each finished in second place.
Tyler Foulke, Cole Craig, A.J. Kern, Mikal Taylor and Brian Wood each earned bronze medals.
Andrew Waldman, Nur-Ibn Al-Islam and Ask'Ary Moore all finished in fourth place.
According to state law and district policy, students who wish to participate in sports must have an approved physical examination. Sports physical packets for the following sports are due Wednesday, January 18: Volleyball. The school physician will be here for free sports physicals on Thursday, January 19. Please visit the Athletics page for more information about GTMS athletics.
On Thursday, January 12 the counselors from Absegami will visit our 8th grade students for an overview of course selections and scheduling.