About Our School

630 Ridge Road
Monmouth Junction, New Jersey 08852
Phone (732) 329-6981  |  Fax (732) 329-1892

Cristina Vildostequi-Cerra - Principal
Kathleen Boyce -Assistant Principal

School Anti-Bullying Specialist
Lynne Scaglia
732-329-6981, x3657
Anti-Bullying Info  |  School Grade Report

After-School Playground Use Info

Facebook Logo
MJ School

Monmouth Junction Elementary School - A New Jersey Star School

Quick Links

Principal's Welcome Letter

2016-2017 Parent-Student Handbook

2016-2017 K-5 School Supply Lists

Dismissal Note

CAL 2016-2017 Closing Calendar
FF Friday Folder (September 23, 2016)

South Brunswick School District Seeks A New Superintendent


The South Brunswick School District is beginning the process of securing a new Superintendent of Schools for the 2017-2018 school year. Prior to formally advertising this position, the Board of Education is seeking stakeholder feedback regarding the next Superintendent.

A Superintendent Search Survey has been designed to provide parents, staff and community members with an opportunity to share thoughts and opinions about the desired qualities and skills of the next Superintendent. This survey will be available through the month of September. The survey results will be used during the advertising and initial screening process of applicants in order to determine the candidate pool for interviews.

Please take a few minutes to complete the survey so that your voice can be part of this important process. Thanks for participating.

Click here to complete the Superintendent Search Survey.
(https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/W5VZVG3)



News and Important Dates


VIDEO: MJ Staff Members Share Tips for PARCC

 


2016-2017 Parent-Student Handbook




 


 

 


 

Spotlight On: School Events


 


M.J. MISSION-BELIEF STATEMENT
Our mission at Monmouth Junction Elementary School is to promote an optimum educational experience and provide an environment where students feel safe, respected, nurtured and supported.

The Monmouth Junction Community, staff, parents, and students believe that:
  • All children can learn.
  • Students have varying styles of learning and achieve at different rates.
  • Opportunities should be provided to meet the needs of the whole child.
  • Each child has individual thoughts and feelings.
  • Kindness and compassion should be encouraged.
  • The Monmouth Junction Strategies for the Development of Self-Control will guide us to promote learning in a safe environment.
  • Appropriate behavior needs to be modeled and explained with clear expectations and consistent consequences.

These are the beliefs behind the rules and regulations that guide how we teach, learn, and share our lives at Monmouth Junction School.