The IDEAS Center at Princeton Middle School is an after-school homework program offered in the PMS Learning Commons Monday through Thursday from 3:15 to 4:15 PM. All middle school students who want a quiet place to do homework and/or to receive academic assistance are invited to participate in the IDEAS Center.
To participate in the IDEAS Center, parents are required to complete the IDEAS Center registration forms. Students may select the days they attend the IDEAS Center, and daily attendance is taken by staff.
The IDEAS Center Registration forms can be found in the Main Office or through your child's Counselor.
Through the Building Bridges program, Princeton High School student-volunteers help Princeton Middle School students study for their classes. Middle school students are paired one-on-one with a PHS student. Additional volunteers may be available to help students as needed.
Students interested in setting up weekly individual assistance should complete the Building Bridges registration form.