Our mission is to provide a positive and safe environment that inspires students to become responsible, well-rounded, civic-minded, global thinkers who are equipped with 21st century skills and are prepared for the academic rigors of high school and future challenges.
School Self-Assessment for Determining Grades
New Jersey Department of Education School Self-Assessment for Determining Grades under the Anti-bullying Bill of Rights District and School Grade Report 2014-2015.
Electives Choice Form
Please click HERE to access the course elective options form that must be filled out by all 8th grade students who have not already done so. The deadline for submission is January 19, 2016. Please see your guidance counselor if you have any questions.
Minute to Win It!
All 7th and 8th grade students are invited to participate in the “Minute to Win It Challenge” which will be held on Monday, January 25th at 3:00 P.M. sharp in the middle school’s cafeteria. The cost for entry into the contest is only $5.00. First, second and third place prizes for the most accumulated points will be given out at the conclusion of the event. For more information please click HERE and read the attached flyer.
Congratulations to Our Educational Services Professional of the Year!
I have enjoyed the privilege of spending over a decade working as a school psychologist at the Lewis F. Cole Middle School, serving as a component of the social emotional support system and special education system for the school community. I earned my master’s degree in school psychology from St. John's University (Jamaica, NY) in 2003 and completed my doctorate in 2007. The emotional support and satisfaction, provided by my personal and professional communities, have me helped succeed in my role as a school psychologist. I have been blessed with my wife (Karen) and five children.
Congratulations to Our Teacher of the Year!
My name is Jillian Reicherz, and I have been teaching World History at the Lewis F. Cole Middle School for 10 years. I hold a Bachelor of Arts degree in Elementary Education/History from Felician College and a Master of Arts degree in History with a concentration in European History from American Public University. I teach World History, and do so because I want my students to learn from the past to make the future a better place to live in. It is my hope that they will be inspired to take on the world and explore its rich history and culture. I am also the Student Council advisor, which has allowed me to work closely with the student body of our school and be involved in many of our school activities. My goal as an educator, inside and outside of the classroom, is to motivate students so that they do their best, enjoy coming to school, and leave our building better people because of what they have learned and experienced here at the middle school. I work very hard to inspire and work with the students of our school and am extremely honored to receive the Teacher of the Year award at the middle school!
Attention middle school students and parents! Please click HERE to read the Bridgemen Bulletin and preview some of the academic, social, extracurricular and sports activities offered at Fort Lee High School.
PRINCIPAL'S LETTER FOR 2015-2016 SCHOOL YEAR
CLICK HERE for REVISED Parent/Guardian Letter
PARENT PORTAL FOR REQUIRED FORMS
CLICK HERE for all required forms to be submitted to our school's main office.