The school rated "average" in academic performance, but lagging in college readiness and student progress.
Academic performance at Harmony Elementary School is about average when compared to other NJ schools, but its college readiness score and student growth rate lags behind, according to to a recent report by the New Jersey Department of Education (NJDOE). The state's new performance reports, which replaces the school report cards issued in past years, were recently released. The report took a look at the progress of 499 students of the Harmony PreK-5th grade school in New Monmouth. The DOE compared the school to others in the state, and to others in its peer group that best mirrored their demographics, such as such as Strathmore Elementary in the Matawan-Aberdeen School District and Ocean Township Elementary. Academic Achievement The DOE …
The school gives a round of applause to Head Custodian Dan Chaney and his hard-working crew on National Custodian Day.
Tuesday, October 2, 2012
Did you ever ask yourself who takes care of the school facilities after a long, six-hour day? At Harmony School in Middletown, keeping the facility safe and clean for students is the responsibility of Head Custodian Dan Chaney and his team, which includes William Harris, William Pankenier and Kathleen Macey. “Mr. Dan” -- as he is referred to by students -- works extremely hard at keeping Harmony K-5 school up and running every day. Today, October 2, 2012, students at Harmony school honored Mr. Dan and his crew as they celebrated National Custodian’s Day. In addition to many student cards, the Harmony PTO bought lunch for the entire custodial crew and the teaching staff offered a gift to each custodian. The Harmony custodial crew is often…