- 2021 Social Emotional Learning Virtual Event
- Bomber Highlights
- Boys Basketball
- Girls Basketball
- Boys and Girls Bowling
- Christian Fellowship Club
- Fedora Productions
- International Society
- Math Club
- National Honor Society
- Mu Alpha Theta (Mathematics Honor Society)
- National Business Honor Society
- Student Council
- National Spanish Honor Society
- Quo Vadis
- TIGS (Teens In the Garden State)
As the necessary need for mental health awareness and self-care has grown over the course of the last few years, this last year specifically, SWMHS has collectively decided to honor our commitment to servicing the student (and faculty) populations. Our inaugural virtual mental health fair is being held between May 10 – May 17, 2021 and the community will be able to utilize this site as a continual resource for their everyday actions. Mental health awareness and self-care is a top priority which we hope those in need will be able to implement in their daily practices.
Since 1995, Matt Bellace has been a professional speaker and stand-up comedian. His programs encourage over a hundred thousand youth and adults per year to pursue natural highs and dealing with disappointment in a healthy way.
Dr. Bellace has a Ph.D. in clinical neuropsychology, which is the study of the brain and behavior. He worked at the National Institutes of Mental Health and completed his internship at the traumatic brain and spinal cord units at Mount Sinai Medical Center in New York City. He has also trained in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy at Drexel University’s Counseling Center.
He’s the author of the book, A Better High, a contributing author for the National Geographic Kids series “This or That,” and was a recurring comedian on truTV's "World's Dumbest." He was also featured in the documentary “Voices of Hope,” about recovery from substance abuse.
Matt’s presentation will focus on mental health and coping with adversity.
Jehyve Floyd is an American basketball player for Hapoel Gilboa Galil of the Israeli Premier League. Floyd played high school basketball at Sayreville War Memorial (Class of 2015). He played college basketball for the Holy Cross Crusaders, where he was named Patriot League Defensive Player of the Year in both 2018 and 2019.
Brandon Bielak was born and raised in Sayreville, NJ. In college, he was a standout pitcher for the Notre Dame Fighting Irish baseball team. He went on to pitch in the Cape Cod baseball league where he was named a league All Star. In 2017, he was drafted by the Houston Astros where he is currently a Major League pitcher.
Brain Break - Isabella Fitness
Need a break from work? School? Take a few minutes to step away from all that and give yourself and your brain a time to think about something else. With these short “Brain Break” videos, you can release some of that energy by working out.
Nancy Manninon, Director of Nutrition and Food Services at Sayreville Public Schools shares why nutrition is an important factor in mental health
Check out this tapping video from Go Zen! Tapping is a technique that can quickly reduce stress and anxiety https://vm.tiktok.com/ZMe6PnfJR/
Social Media Video
Check out these tips on how to take a social media break to improve your mental health and well-being.
Jonathan from High Focus presents 3 grounding techniques for anxiety.
Grounding Skill #1
Grounding Skill #2
Grounding Skill #3
Dr Brown - Psychologist
Watch as the Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD) club talks about stress relief and awareness!
Sayreville Graduate | Class of 90'
New Jersey Spine & Wellness
See how our friends at New Jersey Spine and Wellness improve their Mental Health!
Wellness Wednesday | Pet Edition
Staff Video: Ms. Goldstein
Staff Video: SWMHS Nurses
Breathing & Visualization
Description: Use the sounds below in whatever way is most helpful - as background noise to help you focus while you study, as a quick break, during meditation or sleep, etc.
Visual Calming Videos
A message from the advisors of the Mindfulness club! Interested in joining? Here is the Google classroom code to join: DI4DPVX
What is Mindfulness?
10 Min Daily Meditation
Headspace | Mini meditation | Breathe
5 Minute Mindfulness Meditation "Open Field" Guided Middle High School Students Calm Classroom Break
Headspace | Mini Meditation | Let Go of Stress
Click the links below to download Mindfulness Activities!Stress Ball RecipeTips on Getting a Good Night's SleepThe Health & Mood-Boosting Benefit of PetsTotal Body Relaxation ExercisesColor Mindfulness5 Senses Mindfulness
Contact info: 1 Bethany Road,Building 5, Suite 69, Hazlet, NJ 07730
Phone Number: 732.800.1307
High Focus Treatment Centers
High Focus Centers is New Jersey’s premier provider of structured outpatient substance abuse and psychiatric treatment programs.
Phone Number: 877.716.7079
Center for Wellness
2nd Floor Helpline
2NDFLOOR is a confidential and anonymous helpline for New Jersey's youth and young adults. They are available 24/7 365 days a year to help you find solutions to the problems that you face.
Call or Text 1-888-222-2228
Office Hours: Monday - Friday, 7:15 am - 3:30 pm
Phone Number: 732-525-5280
Student Assistance Counselor
Ms. Catena, the Student Assistance Counselor (SAC) is a confidential resource that provides substance use education and counseling to students. In addition, Ms. Catena provides support to students for personal issues that may be bothering them or keeping them from being most successful. Students who meet with the SAC were referred by a parent/guardian, school personnel, a friend with concern, or themselves.
Built and Designed by Aaron Pappoe | SWMHS c/o 2021
All winter sports fans can watch all home games and matches with our new live streaming camera in the gym. Please check the schedule for game times. Live streaming of home games will start approximately 15 minutes prior to the start of each game. Below are the links:
The Instrumental Program and Marching Unit of SWMHS Band Program
Concert Band: Consisting of brass, woodwind, and percussion instruments, this group studies and performs masterworks of the wind band repertory. This ensemble represents the curricular (during the school-day) portion of the band program where attention is given towards technical development, sight reading, and stylistic familiarity. This group has performed at concert venues such as Carnegie Hall and Lincoln Center.
Advanced Jazz Studies: This class is for advanced music students by audition. Coursework will consist of knowledge and skill development in the areas of: music theory, improvisation, music history, and ear training.
Marching Band: The Sayreville High School Marching Band performs at halftime shows for all Bomber football games, town parades, as well as various competitive and festival events. In recent years, the band has won several TOB State and NY/NJ Regional Championship in the Tournament of Band Division 3A division.
Pit Orchestra: This group of musicians performs for the yearly spring musical at Sayreville War Memorial High School. Rehearsals begin in January and performances usually occur during the month of March. The instrumentation requirements vary from year to year depending on the show. Usually, the pit orchestra is a combination of student and professional musicians.
Colorguard: The Colorguard is a part of the Sayreville Marching Unit and performs with the band at football games and at competitions. The Colorguard acts as the expression of the music that is being performed. The Colorguard uses flags, rifles, sabres, and dance to interpret the intensity and melody of the music that the band plays. The Colorguard moves around the football field in drill spots while they perform their routine.
SWMHS Marching Band 2020
Dreams of Yesterday and Tomorrow
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- Club Name: C.B.E. Club
Club Description: C.B.E. Club is an activity structured to serve as part of the Cooperative Business Education classroom instructional program. It is also designed to encourage leadership development and expose the participants to career opportunities and other pertinent information about the world of work.
Advisor : Aneillo Mazzeo
The Student Record Label and Entertainment Production Company of SMWHS
Fedora Productions is an enrichment and cross-curricular independent study program designed to introduce students to the different aspects of music business and production. This will provide the students with a deeper insight into the different careers available in the music and entertainment industry as well as increasing student awareness regarding intellectual-property rights. The students meet with Mr. Craft on Thursdays during varying class times.
Fedora Productions is run as a real record/production company is run. Students are placed into departments based upon their talents and interests. The basic organizational map is as follows:
Human-Resources/Management Team – Its members interview all applicants and form the rest of the teams/departments.
Accounting/Finance Team – This team is responsible for determining and maintaining a budget for all projects.
Artists & Repertoire Team – The A&R department locates talent who will be involved in Fedora Production projects/events.
Legal & Contracts – The L & C team creates contracts with talent and obtains all copyright permissions for Fedora Productions projects.
Talent Department – This team is made up of the students selected from the recommendations of the A & R. They are the performers and songwriters.
Promotions/Marketing and Graphics Team – This department is responsible for creating promotional materials for product distribution throughout SWMHS , the district and the community at large. This department is also responsible for creating all graphical materials such as CD labels, programs and more.
Audio Production Team – This team is responsible for recording the materials developed by the Talent team in the Sayreville Choir’s 24-track Recording Studio.
Information regarding International Society
The international society is a multicultural club that holds meetings once a month in the cafeteria. Our club allows students to become familiar with the cultures around the world and enables many students of different backgrounds to interact with each other. The International Society works with the lower schools to promote tolerance and understanding of different music, foods, languages, celebrations and religions that exist within our community.
Information regarding the Math Club of SWMHS
Members of the Math Club engage in the following activities:
1 Members participate in six Math League competitions where they compete against other High Schools in New Jersey.
2. Members engage in fundraising activities. Money raised is used to cover the cost of the Math League registration, graduation awards for students who demonstrate excellence in mathematics and our annual math club breakfast.
3. Members also have the opportunity to share their mathematical skills with elementary students.. Each year a group of students are sent to Arleth School to participate in our "Teacher for the Day" program.
Information regarding NSHS at SMWHS
La Sociedad Honoraria Hispánica recognizes those students who excel in the study of Spanish. The Sayreville Chapter, «La Esperanza,» or "Hope", was established in 1977 and is affiliated with the National Spanish Honor Society, with chapters throughout the nation and the world. A formal Induction Ceremony in Spanish is conducted as prescribed by the National Organization. Invitations to join the Society are made following the first semester to students of Spanish III, IV, and Advanced Placement. The requirements are:
Students of Spanish III: a 90 or better mid-year average in III and a 90 or better final average in I or II, if studied at the high school.
Students of Spanish IV: a 90 or better mid-year average in IV.
Students of Spanish AP: an 85 or better mid-year average in AP.
Invitations are also extended in September to former students of III and IV who achieve a 90 or better final average in their course of the previous year. Final grades from I and II do not affect election in September.
The goals of «La Esperanza» are, in addition to recognizing the academic success of its members, to promote the study of Spanish, to encourage the understanding of the Hispanic culture and people, and to provide opportunities for school and community service to its members. Annual school-wide projects are the Celebration of World Languages Week in March, a Tutoring Program, and a world-wide Pen Pal Service. Society members also participate in Letter Writing Breakfasts to cheer veterans and hospital patients, the making of Hispanic crafts to be given to out-of-school groups, presenting programs in other district schools, and the opportunity for publication of art and writing in the national magazine. The Society also sponsors dinner trips for its members. The officers are president, vice-president, secretary, and treasurer. The colors are red and gold. The motto is «Todos a una», "All for one".
The requirements for the club: to be drug, alcohol and smoke free.
We have about 40 members that work hard to make this club a success.
Members of TIGS get together to reinforce their decision to be drug, alcohol, and smoke free. They try to influence their peers to realize that they can have fun without using drugs or alcohol. We provide presentations to the entire school every year that educates the students and staff about the possible effects of using drugs, alcohol, and cigarettes. The members have gone on high and low ropes courses together to build trust and friendships. They have done work for Middlesex county and represent our school at Community Unity Day, which requires them to help educate the families of Sayreville about drug and alcohol abuse.
Every summer we send students to a Teen Leadership Conference, which allows students to spend a week attending seminars and workshops dedicated to educating the students about drug and alcohol abuse. Students enjoy the camp so much that they offer another camp for students to reunite when they attend college.