Welcome to Princeton Middle School
Our mission is to offer all students; an education within a safe environment that will enhance and improve their academic and personal lives by incorporating 21st Century teaching skills.
September is childhood cancer awareness month. Gold is the nationally recognized color...but did you know why?
11 years-old at the time, Annie Bartosz was inspired to see the country turn pink in October for breast cancer awareness. She was determined to see September turn gold to recognize those kids battling cancer. Annie's brother, Jack, was diagnosed with pediatric cancer, and she traveled all over the country for various treatments and witnessed the personal fight each child goes through. She saw the affect it had on her family and all those they knew. Though her brother passed away, she determined to honor him and all those that are battling by being a positive change in our world. She continues, today, to spread the message of positive hope and awareness for child hood cancer.
At Princeton Middle School, we have been touched by those that have battled, or are battling with cancer. We stand strong with them, and want to join in the effort to bring awareness and a cure. We will be celebrating "Go Gold Day" on Wednesday, September 12th. Look for other events happening and remember...we can each be the positive in someone's life...and that can make all the difference.
Do you have your livegrades login? Ask your child to get a sign up sheet from their AA teacher. You can also contact our TIS - by clicking here.
Princeton Middle School will soon see a new face in the hallways. Our school will benefit from a professional School Resource Officer (SRO) who will assist us with being proactive and addressing safety at PMS.
We are excited as we strive to improve our school climate. Our number one goal at PMS is to ensure the safety of every single child entrusted to us.
We encourage anyone that may have information related to our school safety to contact us immediately with questions or concerns.
We are a "Leader In Me School"! What does that mean? It means we are focusing on shaping the entire student by helping them learn how to take responsibility and grow above and beyond. Over the course of this year and beyond, we are transforming Princeton Middle School from the inside out, utilizing the seven habits of a highly successful person! Stay tuned to learn more!
"The function of education is to teach one to think intensively and to think critically. Intelligence plus character - that is the goal of true education.
-Martin Luther King, Jr.