The Roy W. Brown Middle School is proud to provide a comprehensive program in both academic and extra curricular areas to insure a successful transition from elementary grades to high school. Students in all grade levels (6-8) are grouped in teams and are taught by these teacher teams in their academic subjects. This team structure of students and staff fosters interdisciplinary studies and behavioral growth so important to this age group.


  • Bergen County Choir/Band Members

    Congratulations to the 19 RWB students who were accepted into the 2013-2014 Middle School Bergen County Choir and Bergen County Band. Both groups will perform on November 17th at 3pm, hosted by Northern Valley @ Old Tappan High School.

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  • RWB Raises Money for Breast Cancer Awareness Month

    On Friday, October 4th, the RWB Community wore denim and pink in support of “Lee National Denim Day.” Additionally, all students participated in a “Breast Cancer Awareness Walk” during PE classes. Over $2800 was raised and donated to the American Cancer Society. Thank you to everyone who participated, especially Ms. Merlo for spearheading this initiative.

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  • RWB MVPs

    Each month, the RWB faculty nominates 9 students for demonstrating positive character traits and positive leadership throughout the month. These “Most Valuable People” are treated to a pizza party in Ms. Wright’s Office, and receive an MVP certificate and T-Shirt.

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  • Week of Respect/Violence Awareness Week/Red Ribbon Week

    The week of Oct. 7th was designated as a Week of Respect throughout schools is NJ. RWB took advantage of this week as an opportunity to celebrate our diversity, with an emphasis on a safe, comfortable learning environment. Josh Drean, former mascot at BYU and motivational speaker, kicked off the week for us with his Anti-Bullying presentation. This was followed by Violence Awareness Week and Red Ribbon Week, which began on Oct. 21st. Daily activities were planned in school each day to highlight the importance of healthy, safe decision- making.

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  • Welcome

    The administration and faculty of the Roy W. Brown Middle School eagerly await the arrival of our returning 7th and 8th graders and our new 6th graders in September. The 2013-2014 year promises to be a wonderful one full of academic achievement, personal growth, and social development for all of our students.

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  • RWB Mission Statement

    To bridge the gap between elementary and high school, it is the mission of Roy W. Brown Middle School, together with the community, to develop self-directed, lifelong learners who display citizenship and leadership in a safe and nurturing environment.

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  • School Phone:
    To report your child absent, press 1
    Main Office, press 3
    Special Services, press 4
    Guidance, press 5
    Nurse, press 6
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