Wed, April 23, 2014


Passage Point: Visitor Registration & Login

If you have not registered, please click the file below and follow the directions.

Important April Dates:

April 1- School Spirit Day: Autism Awareness Day- Wear Blue 

April 2- Spring Pictures

April 10- Science Night- Doors will open at 5:45, Star Labs open at 6:00, Telescope viewing around 7:20

April 7-11- Book Fair- 1/2 Price Sale- Schedule posted below

April 11- Assembly- Grade 4: Schroth School

April 11- School Spirit Day: Dress For Comfort- Pajamas or Sweats

April 14- April 18- No School- Spring Recess

April 22- School Spirit Day: Earth Day- Wear Green & Blue

April 25- School Spirit Day: Wear Neon & Bright colors to celebrate Spring

April 29- Report Card Distribution- Grade 4 & 5

May 2- Study Island Class Contest Ends- Practice for NJASK

May 5-8- NJASK- Grade 5

May 8-9- PTA Spring Plant Sale

May 12-16- NJASK- Grades 3 & 4

Check out the new "Useful Links" page on the menu (left side). 

Ongoing Events:

Study Island- Grades 2-5: Starting March 17th, each class will set sail for Study Island.  Study Island is a web-based resource for enhancing student skills in Language Arts, Mathematics, and Science (Grade 4 only).  This program will help all students prepare for NJASK and practice their skills at home. (See flyer below).

Time For Kids-  We earned 500 free subscriptions for our school! 

Six Flag Great Adventure's Read to Succeed Program- Over 200 students will receieve a free ticket to Six Flags for completing six hours of recreational reading. Tickets will be distributed in May.

Parent Information

For information about creating a Parent Portal account, click here.

For parents with an existing Parent Portal account, click here to access the Parent Portal.

For the link to the PassagePoint online pre-registration portal, click here.


Lafayette Mills School honors students each month who have exhibited great strength in a set of identified character traits also known as the six pillars of character. These pillars include trustworthiness, respect, responsibility, fairness, caring, and citizenship. At the end of each month, one student from each class is recognized as an outstanding role model of the traits and he/she receives a Student of the Month certificate. 

A Lafayette Mills School Citizen of the Month:

  • Treats other students with kindness
  • Demonstrates responsibilitly
  • Exhibits consistent effort in academic areas
  • Demonstrates pride in the school community
  • Exhibits self-discipline
  • Demonstrates good manners consistently 

It is the hope of the staff that through the use of the Character Education program, students will develop and maintain positive character traits, self-esteem, and a sense of community.