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  • February 22Pedro Gonzalez to represent METS at County Spelling Bee on 2/23

  • February 22MS boys' basketball to play at the Barclays Center

  • February 21Boys' Volleyball and Girls' Softball interest meeting on Friday 2/22

  • February 13Shikhar Bhattacharya, Julian Fakhry, Dawn Lozano named science fair winners

  • February 11Krispy Kreme fundraiser to benefit graduates

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METS Opens Doors to Celebrate Black History Month
Photo Galleries

February 15, 2019

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METS Celebrates Women of Color
Features

February 14, 2019

Black History Month is the perfect opportunity to learn more about the contributions of women of color.  How much do you really know about these famous (and infamous) women? Click "Continue Reading" to see the creative work of METS students and staff.

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Science Students Present Projects
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February 13, 2019

Middle school students showed off their projects at the Science Fair on January 22. A winner was chosen for each grade. Shikhar Bhattacharya took home the crown for 6th grade; Julian Fakhry won first place for 7th grade; Dawn Lozano beat out her classmates for top honors in the 8th grade.

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That book (you didn’t read last summer) now on Broadway — 8th grade applauds TKAM
News

February 5, 2019

The 8th grade classes went to New York to see To Kill a Mockingbird, Aaron Sorkin's adaptation of the classic novel. Mrs. Bouchard, Mrs. Saus and Mrs. Morello took 27 students to see a Wednesday matinee. The students all crammed onto the 119 to  the Port Authority bus terminal and then walked over to the Shubert Theatre.  After a quick trip to McDonald's, of course, they settled in for the three...

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P-E-D-R-O wins school spelling bee
News

February 4, 2019

Eighth grader Pedro Gonzalez won the METS school-wide spelling bee on Thursday, January 24.  He competed against class winners from the 6th, 7th and 8th grades.  Pedro will represent METS at the Hudson County Spelling Bee on February 23 at Secaucus High School. Pedro competed against Melvina Fortune, Maya Josephine Kelly, Marilyn Espinosa, Victoria Castro, Marcus Tapia,  Farida Wahby, and Jocelyn...

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College Advice Straight from College Campus Masters
Cheer to be Heard, Lead to be Seen
Seniors Working their Way to Broadway
Interview With Our Homecoming Queen
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Ms. Georges Stands Out & Speaks Up!
Tzai`jien, Mr. Chen!
An Interview With Ms. Muhammad-Jones, One of METS’ Unsung Heroes!
Ms. Mitchell Keeps us Secure and Keeps it Real!

Ms. Mitchell Keeps us Secure and Keeps it Real!

January 14, 2019

"We help the students and teachers remain safe..."

The Metronome Profiles Ms. Maldonado-Diaz

The Metronome Profiles Ms. Maldonado-Diaz

December 21, 2018

Everyone knows Ms. Gladys Maldonado Diaz who has been a familiar face around the halls, in the office,...

Cheer to be Heard, Lead to be Seen

Cheer to be Heard, Lead to be Seen

December 20, 2018

Cheer season is underway around at M.E.T.S Charter School with the full team announced after this year’s...

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See What the Stars Have in Store for 2019!
Horoscopes

Natalie K. Amaya, Profile Interviewer | January 14, 2019

Aries (March 21- April 19) Don’t be surprised if a few emotional issues break your holiday spirit. You ‘ll get right back on track and get back in the season’s celebration. If the people around you are giving off a negative vibe , remove yourself from being around them to handle business without them. Keep your energy reserved for yourself.   Taurus (April 20- May 20) The people that...

Does Your Personality Match Your Astrological Sign?
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Tiayanna Merritt and Ashlie Gonzalez | October 20, 2018

Keeping the beat for METS Charter School since 2017
Keeping the beat for METS Charter School since 2017