Valley Stream Memorial Junior High School students in Nicole Meisner’s 9th...
Students at Valley Stream Central and Memorial Junior high schools Celebrated...
Students and staff at Memorial Junior High School wore maroon and white on...
Equipped with a passion for art, Memorial Junior High School 8th grader AJ...
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A Message from Memorial’s Principal – Bret Strauss
Welcome to Memorial Junior High School. We are extremely proud of our commitment to Excellence in Academics and Ethics and remain dedicated to ensuring that all students, parents, faculty and staff work together to ensure the success of our students as they transition from middle school to high school.
Memorial provides a warm, caring, and supportive learning environment as well as a rigorous academic program for students in grades seven through nine. We offer students a superior and challenging academic program through rigorous courses of study in Math, Science, English and Social Studies as well as a variety of elective programs in Music, Science, Technology, Family and Consumer Science and Art. Our dedicated staff works closely with students to help them excel in their studies. Our teachers provide extra help after school at least two times per week. I strongly suggest that you encourage your child to attend these after school extra help sessions to help reinforce what he/she learned in class and to help prepare him/her for upcoming assessments.
The social-emotional development of our students is a major concern at Memorial. Our staff offers a variety of support for our young adolescents. You will find that our school counselors, social workers and school psychologist are compassionate and will work closely with the students to ensure their success. In addition, we provide many opportunities for student involvement through athletics, clubs and various extracurricular activities.
An extremely important component to student success is parental involvement. Studies confirm that parent involvement has an enormous impact on student attitude, attendance, and academic achievement. We encourage all parents/guardians to stay connected to the education of their children and remain in close contact with teachers, counselors and administrators throughout their child’s time at Memorial. Please use the contact information listed on this website to stay in touch consistently during the school year.
It is our belief that students thrive in a safe and structured environment. Therefore, we are committed to the safety of all students and promote positive interactions through a positive reward system called the “Good Deed Program.” Our B.R.A.V.E. (Believe in the Rights and Values of Everyone) program promotes citizenship and ensures that all students are able to learn and grow in a safe and nurturing environment. It is our goal that each child realizes his/her maximum learning potential. As a result, we have set high standards for academic achievement and student behavior.
I have every confidence that your child will enjoy his/her time at Memorial and that your child will be well prepared to meet the demands of high school and beyond through the development of higher level learning and critical thinking skills. I am confident that they will build positive relationships with their teachers and peers and will continue to grow as responsible citizens and lifelong learners.
Thank you for the privilege of working with your children.
Memorial Junior High School
Valley Stream Memorial Junior High School students in Nicole Meisner’s 9th grade social studies class had the opportunity to study the ancient Code of Hammurabi text this October. As part of the lesson, the students reproduced their own cuneiform as they learned about...
Students at Valley Stream Central and Memorial Junior high schools Celebrated Hispanic Heritage Month with a slate of activities aimed at celebrating the contributions and cultures of Hispanic and Latino communities. At Central, students in the World Language...
Students and staff at Memorial Junior High School wore maroon and white on September 6 in solidarity with the students at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas. On that day, Robb White students returned to classes for the first time since the tragic May 24 shooting...
Equipped with a passion for art, Memorial Junior High School 8th grader AJ Castillo wanted to make his mark on the neighborhood and show some school spirit. Early this summer, AJ teamed up with the Valley Stream Beautification Committee to paint the Memorial eagle...