Welcome to Harrington Middle School!
Ms. Kathleen Haines
Inspiring Potential. Enriching Futures.The Thomas E. Harrington Middle School is home to 1,056 students in Grades 7 and 8, and 125 staff members, each school day. The professional staff of our school makes a daily commitment to go beyond minimum expectations while we continue to raise our standards. Harrington students make daily contributions to their school and their community.
Our achievements are also a result of the efforts made by area businesses, parental support, advisory groups, local public agencies, and individual community members. Collectively, these resources enhance and enrich the total teaching and learning environment.
Our school provides students with many opportunities to develop academic concepts and skills, acquire fundamental knowledge, determine interests and special talents, and experience a sense of belonging.
Every year children all over the world look forward to the holidays and receiving presents. Unfortunately, not every child is as privileged as others. Through the Marine Toys for Tots Foundation the gift of a shiny new toy brings the spirit of the holiday season to children who might otherwise be overlooked.
Here is where YOU, the Harrington student, come to the rescue! The Harrington Leadership Circle and Guidance Department are joining forces with the United States Marine Corps to sponsor the Holiday “Toys for Teens” event. This year the event will run from December 12th through December 16th. Our toys will go to teens instead of young children.
We are asking for everyone to bring in new, unwrapped gifts that are appropriate for teens like you! Just drop the items in the boxes provided in your house.
Give the gift of happiness this holiday season!
Let’s show our school spirit, pride and caring by helping a teen in need
Thank you for your generosity!
Leadership Circle and Guidance Department
Harrington Middle School's Zephyr House students (from left) Abigail Litwin, Anna Blackburn, Luke Cole, Riley Spitznas and Ben Castner display the symbolic check for funds donated to the Susan G. Koman Foundation. Zephyr House staff and students raised over $1,100 in five days during Breast Cancer Awareness Month in October.
Students and staff in Zephyr House at Harrington Middle School in Mount Laurel collected items on the Beacon Animal Rescue "wish list" recently and took them to the rescue shelter in Ocean View to help with the day-to-day expenses of finding new homes for abandoned and unwanted pets. Shown with students is 7th-Grade Language Arts Teacher Danielle Tirico.
Registering Your Child
Grade 5-8 Physical and Athletic Participation Form
Mount Laurel, NJ 08054
Telephone - 856-231-5899