• welcome

    JMI is thrilled to welcome the following new staff members for the 2018-2019 school year:


    Miss Zadroga - 3rd Grade


    Ms. Gina Geletei - 4th Grade


    Mr. Christopher Morales - Physical Education


    Mr. Douglas Ford - School Counselor


    Ms. Melinda Luciano - Head Secretary


    Mr. Daniel Cummings - Child Study Team


    Ms. Lauren Critelli - Music


    Ms. Kathleen Law - Paraprofessional


    Ms. Melissa Modreski - Paraprofessional


    Mrs. Philips - Lunch Aide


    Mrs. Horike - Lunch Aide


    Mr. Rinaldo - Security Guard




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  • toy

    Congratulations to JMI's 2017-2018 Teacher of the Year

    Mrs. Neri



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Upcoming Events

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School News

  • Nov  

    Important November Dates

    November 6 - School Closed (Diwali)

    November 8 and 9 - School Closed (Teacher's Convention)

    November 13 - 1:30 Dismissal (Parent Teacher Conferences)

    November 21 - 1:30 Dismissal (Thanksgiving Recess)

    November 22 and 23 - School Closed

    November 27 - 1:30 Dismissal (Parent Teacher Conferences)


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  •  PTC


    Please click HERE to see the letter about Parent Teacher Conferences.

    Please click HERE to sign up to meet with your child's teachers during our November Parent Teacher Conferences.


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  • feast

    Click here for information about JMI's Annual Thanksgiving Feast


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School Narrative


    James Madison Intermediate School is a learning community that serves approximately 650 students in Grades Three through Five. Our student population represents diverse cultures, values, customs, languages, traditions, and religious influences, which merge to form a colorful tapestry of educational experience. Our goal is to educate the “whole child” by providing learning experiences that promote academic, social, and emotional growth.


    Our school community is surrounded by caring experienced teachers, incredible support staff, and involved parents. Our academic programs are rigorous, and critical thinking activities are embedded within our curriculum. Technology is entrenched into our instruction throughout the day, as every child has a Chromebook, and all classrooms are outfitted with Promethean Boards.  The English Language Arts curriculum encompasses a variety of fiction and non-fiction literature. Social Studies concepts are infused through the ELA curriculum, bringing history to life, through reading and writing about real-life experiences. The Mathematics program is an integrated adaptive hands-on experience, which allows students to experience real-world mathematical applications. Our excellent physical education, visual arts, gifted and talented, and vocal and instrumental music programs enhance our students’ learning experiences. Our school benefits from a Reading Specialist and a Math Specialist who, not only work with students, but also support teachers through collegial coaching.


    Social development is essential to positive self-esteem and the ability to sustain positive relationships within collaborative learning experiences. Our Guidance Counselor actively promotes positive social skills which assist students in dealing with conflicts. Our Character Counts Program emphasizes the six pillars of character education: trustworthiness, respect, responsibility, fairness, caring and citizenship. The Positive Behavior Support in Schools (PBSIS) framework includes a core of prevention practices designed to promote positive student behavior. In partnership with our PTO, we have several after-school clubs and extension activities which complement and enhance our curriculum.


    James Madison Intermediate School aims to continue excellent instruction, further develop technological skills, and reinforce positive character traits that will enable our students to meet the challenges of the twenty-first century.


    Our goal at JMI is to provide a positive and safe learning community for our students. It is our belief that a culture of kindness, a positive learner centered, and technologically connected environment is imperative to academic success.


    -Donna Abatemarco, Principal 732-452- 2960

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  • ss

    Click the image above to access the Day 1 to 5 schedule for 2018-2019.  


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  • banorc

    Please click on the links for more information about signing your child up for Band and Orchestra.

    Signing My Child Up

    Cover Letter


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  • safety


    Please click on the image above to read the 2017-2018 Arrival and Dismissal Procedures for Parents/Guardians.


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  • cb


    Parents/Guardians will once again have the opportunity to purchase insurance for their child(ren)'s Chromebook. Please click the image above to read more about the insurance being offered by Worth Ave. Group Insurance. 


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