This is the middle school for the Summit Public Schools District. It teaches sixth-, seventh- and eighth-grade…More students. The Middle School offers comprehensive instruction in math, reading, science, social studies and language arts, and builds on the skills acquired in elementary school.
In 2004, the Middle School was named after Summit Middle School's office manager, Mr. Lawton C. Johnson, who is the first employee in the history of the Summit school system to attain 50 years of service.
Summit Educational Foundation PO Box 268, Summit, NJ07902 The Summit Educational Foundation is a nonprofit organization, started in 1986, with the aim of providing grants to…More Summit public schools to enhance and broaden their curriculum of education. The foundation uses the grant money to provide various kinds of programs for teachers and schools. The Grants Committee carefully screens each grant and works closely with the Superintendent's office to ensure they are consistent with district objectives. Nicole Blomfield is the president.
The Summit Primary Center at Wilson 14 Beekman Terrace, Summit, NJ07901 The Primary Center at Wilson is one of two newly constructed facilities for the district's pre-school and kindergarten…More students (the other is the Summit Primary Center at Jefferson). Together, the Primary Centers serve roughly 300 students.
The Summit Primary Center at Jefferson 110 Ashwood Ave, Summit, NJ07901 The Primary Center at Jefferson is one of two newly constructed facilities for the district's pre-school and…More kindergarten students (the other is the Summit Primary Center at Wilson). Together, the Primary Centers serve roughly 300 students.