eskisehir web tasarim Mendham Borough HSA


March 2 - 13 Kids Care Snack Drive Collection
March 12 Community Night
March 19 Kid Care
March 20 4th Grade Movie Night

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 Click here to view the school lunch menus for HT & MV.

LOVE TO SHOP ON AMAZON?  Shop Amazon Smile and they will donate to the Mendham Boro HSA!  Go to and select Mendham Borough Home-School Association.

LET’S BE GREEN! The Green Team needs your help with this year's Recycling Projects. We are collecting the following materials:

Clean, Dry Plastic Bags & Film (Hilltop & Mtn View)

Please send in newspaper sleeves, bread bags, cereal liners, product wrap, food storage bags, ice bags, pellet bags, product bags, dry cleaning bags, grocery bags, case overwrap, packaging air pillows, & salt bags. Help us beat last years collection of 1800 pounds!


Unwanted Writing Utensils & Tape (Hilltop Only)

Please send in pens, highlighters, permanent markers, caps, mechanical pencils & empty scotch tape dispenser. 

Personal Care and Beauty Products (Hilltop Only)

Please send in shampoo, conditioner and hair products bottles, caps & tubes; makeup tubes, cases & packaging; soap dispensers & tubes; body wash and lotion dispensers & tubes. 

Brita Filters & Nespresso Capsules (Hilltop Only) 

Interested in the Green Team? Contact Amy Golier at for more information. 




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The HSA sponsors all cultural events for Mendham Borough Schools.  We have a team of amazing ladies who have lined up really fun events for our kids this year.  


January 16th


Who were the Lenape Native Americans of New Jersey and Pennsylvania? Using authentic artifacts, Rob Aptaker gives students the opportunity to explore the tools, clothing, toys, games, medicine, and music that were part of their daily lives. A fascinating introduction to Lenape cultures and customs.  Grade 4.

December 2

KINOBE OF UGANDA - Musician, Producer, Philanthropist and Educator.

BRINGING THE AFRICAN EXPERIENCE TO YOU through storytelling, song, dance, panel discussions and traditional African instruments.

Kinobe’s Outreach & Education program creates interactive and engaging experiences for all ages. From perspectives on African music, the connection to world music genres, building music instruments and music as vehicle of social change and community empowerment, he brings a full understanding and hands-on experience to students in close classroom settings. Eyes light up when he visit schools, universities, festivals and community gatherings bearing instruments and stories to exchange.

Upcoming Performances:


What is Bake for Good Kids? (grade 4)

Apple on book

Kids LEARN to make bread from scratch. Math + science + reading + baking know-how = something delicious!

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Kids BAKE. They practice their new skills and use ingredients we provide to bake bread or rolls.

Sharing bread

Kids SHARE within the community, and give part of their baked goods to those in need. (They keep some to enjoy!)


Tanglewood Marionettes - Dragon King (PK-4)


Colorful sea creatures, an exciting adventure, and a Dragon King that will knock your socks off! All this and more can be found in this award-winning production. Click here for a highlight video of the show!



123 Andres (Bilingual Children's Music)




Andrés and Christina are the Latin Grammy-winning music duo 123 Andrés, and their award-winning music and lively concerts get the whole family dancing and learning, in Spanish and English. 123 Andrés tours nationally with concerts for kids of all ages and their families.
Kip is the president of the US Sled Hockey Association and also coach for the national ice sledge hockey development team.  He was inducted into the Massachusetts [Ice] Hockey Hall of Fame in 2002 and he helped establish the Disabled Fitness Sub-Committee of the Governor's Committee on Physical Fitness and Sports in Massachusetts.
Bash the Trash Environmental Arts
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Why volunteeer for the HSA? 

  • Get Connected. There’s no better way to know what’s happening in your school.

  • Discover Great Resources. The HSA offers a variety of programs designed for parents as well as students.

  • Tap into a Network. HSA functions are opportunities to meet other parents and teachers, building rapport and discussing issues that are on your mind. You an share ideas, concerns, and experiences.

  • Watch Yourself Grow. By volunteering with your HSA, you put your skills and hobbies to use for a noble cause—your child and all children in the community.

  • Speak Up. HSA can be a way for you to more effectively suggest change at your child’s school.

  • Witness Improvement. By getting involved at your child’s school you’ll be part of the solution, helping make positive changes. Local HSAs play an important role in fundraising to provide building improvements, curriculum-based programs, and social events.

  • Be a Role Model. By becoming a HSA member, you’ll be demonstrating to your child the importance you place on education.



Want to make FREE MONEY for our school? Scan or clip those box tops! Help us meet our goal of doubling last year's earnings.  Look for another contest coming in January 2020!  Need more info on scanning box tops?  Click here.

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2019-2020 Calendar

District Calender for 2019-2020