Mott Elementary School
Mott Holiday Celebration
Winter 2017


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Recent News
Building Bridges as a STEM Project
The third grade students in Mrs. Franko's class completed a STEM project that correlated with the story they read, "Pop's Bridge". 
Humanities Projects at Mott
 Students at Mott partiicpated in a district contest involving the humanities.
By Chloe and Nury
4th Graders 
Please click "Read More" to find out more. 
Magician Entertains Mott Students
Mott students were entertained by a magician. 
Service Dogs Visit Mott
 Dogs were been domesticated (Learning to live with humans) about 10,000 years ago. They do many things to help people. A service dog visited Mott recently. 
Lawrenceville Students Visit Mott
Students from the Lawrenceville School visited Mott in honor of Martin L. King's birthday.
By Johnnie and Ciara from Mrs. Kiley's 5th grade class 
How High in Elevation Do You Climb Every Year at Mott?
Well, you climb about 10,800 feet (ft.) a school year if you go to the third floor. That's the height of an unnamed moutain.
Written by: Atiya S. & Valerie H.
Haunted Halls at Mott
 It's that time of year again.  Time for spooks, witches, and monsters to haunt the hallways of Mott. 
Mrs. Park's Class Wins "Class of the County."
Mrs. Park's 4th grade class is the winner of, “Class of the Month” in the GoNoodle program.  This program is designed to increase student awareness of a healthy lifestyle. 
Mrs. Tammy Murphy Visits Mott
Gubernatorial candidate Phil Murphy's wife takes a tour of Mott School. 
Mott School Shows Strong Improvement on PARCC Scores
Mott students are rapidly bringing up their test scores each year since the PARCC began.  
Trenton Board of Education Statement

This statement responds to misrepresentations being made regarding the Trenton Board of Education’s policies and practices for the upcoming 2017-18 school year. Please note that NJEA representatives and all District association leaders were invited to a confirmed meeting on August 31st to discuss any concerns related to these matters. Except for the Trenton Administrators and Supervisors Association, all other associations declined to attend the meeting.

Current Bell Schedule for 2018-2019
School Regular Day Reduced Day Delayed Opening 
Elementary 8:45 AM - 3:15 PM 8:45 AM - 1:00 PM
10:45 AM - 3:15 PM
Middle 8:00 AM - 2:30 PM 8:00 AM - 12:15 PM 10:00 AM - 2:30 PM
High 7:30 AM - 2:00 PM 7:30 AM - 11:45 AM 9:30 AM - 2:00 PM
2017-18 Back to School Video
District-wide Anti-Bullying Coordinator (ABC)
Terrance Stokes, Manager of School Support / ABC  Phone: (609) 656-4900 x 5459
NJ State Museum Visits Mott
Mott students were visited by members of the archaeology department from the NJ State Museum. 
Lexiacore5 is a computer based program that allows students to improve their literacy skills. 
Old Roller Rink to become part of the Car Wash
Have you noticed work being done on the large building next to the car wash?  Rennovations are in progress to convert the former roller rink into a place to get your (Parents') car cleaned. 
OneDrive, It's Coming!!
Starting next year in computer lab (and maybe other classes), students will be using OneDrive to save their work.  
A Comparison Between When I Went to School and Today.
Many things have changed since I attended elementary school in the 1960s and today.  I thought it might be interesting to contrast the two time periods.
Mr. Mayberg
What happens Before You Arrive
Written by: Joel Rentas  5th Grade
There are many things that occur to get the building ready for the day.
Click the "Read more" button to find out what happens each day before students arrive.
School's Anti-Bullying Specialist (ABS)
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