Principal's Message



Dear Parent/Guardian,


We are mid-way through 1st quarter and Interim Progress reports have been posted on the Parent Portal.  Fieldstone is very proud of the transitions your student has made into their grade level and the work that is being produced for academic success.


We have many exciting events coming up so please make note of them!


Next week is Red Ribbon Week” at Fieldstone.

We have a contest for Students!!!!

This year’s theme is “Life is Your Journey.  Travel Drug Free.”- draw a picture or write a poem/song/essay-Give to Ms. Nealon in Guidance Office.Winners will be announced at the end of the week


Monday October 22, 2018   TEAM UP AGAINST DRUGS- Wear team jerseys/sport shirts

Tuesday October 23, 2018   FLAG DAY, I ELECT TO BE DRUG FREE- Wear red, white, and blue.Rockland Jewish Family Service visiting during lunch outside cafeteria A

Wednesday October 24, 2018   SOCK IT TO DRUGS-Wear mismatched or crazy socks. Rockland Jewish Family Service visiting during lunch outside cafeteria B

Thursday October 25, 2018   PINK OUT-Wear pink     

Friday October 26, 2018   RED-Y TO LIVE A DRUG-FREE LIFE- Wear red clothing


Be sure to go to our school website,Fieldstone Middle School Website  to sign up for Parent Teacher Conferences.


Evening Conferences:    November 5th, 5:30pm - 8:30pm.  

Day conferences:            November 6th, 8:30 am -12pm and 1:15pm - 3pm.


Report Cards for 1st Quarter will be available on November 15th.  Report Cards will not be mailed from this point forward.  Parents and Guardians can access the report card on the Parent Portal in Infinite Campus.  If you have not signed up, please see our website for instructions.


School will be closed November 6th for Election Day and November 12th for Veteran’s day.


Academic supports are available daily for those in need of assistance.  Please see the Success Program schedule, located on our website for daily 9th period assistance or contact teachers to find out when they offer extra help in their content area.


Best Regards,


Anthony Zollo, Principal

Fieldstone Middle School