Dear Wonderful Brimm Families,

We are on the countdown to transition to remote learning as an effort to promote “social distancing” and stop the potential spread of the COVID-19 virus.  Brimm will close for a two-week period, effective Tuesday, March 17  through March 31, 2020. Tuesday, March 17th is the day for your child and families to come to the school to pick up instructional packets and any personal belongings they may have left behind.  All resources for the 14 day plan can be found on our website. Below is the link to Brimm’s website: on the remote learning link. Here you will find the website for each teacher and the 14 day remote plan is mapped out.  The expectation is that students navigate to the website for each of their teachers each day to get and complete that day’s assignments. Your child must follow this plan and be prepared to submit all assignments. For many students, they are able to submit assignments ongoing via the  Summit platform. Some teachers have outlined their assignments that should be completed offline and compiled until we resume class sessions. On the first day back from closure, students will submit their assignments to their teachers.  As always, communication is of the utmost importance in these uncertain times.  Please feel free to reach out to me at with any questions or concerns. Also, each of the teachers has  listed their email addresses at the top of their webpages and are available during normal school hours to address questions and concerns.  Thank you for all of your flexibility and understanding as we cope with this unprecedented situation.  Please know that your and our entire Brimm Family’s health and safety are of the utmost importance to me, and I hope and pray that we all may return to school soon. 

Ms. Macrina   
Brimm Principal 




                This program is for 11th and 12th grade student (2020/2021 school year) who have an interest in the medical field. Must have a 3.0 GPA or higher, obtain a letter of recommendation from a math/science teacher, Ms. Borrelli-Luke. 

                 This program’s is a hands-on activities and interactive learning sessions expose students to applied science and provides an overview of a variety of science and healthcare careers.

                  The primary goal of J.U.M.P high is to provide mentorship and expose medical professions to students .By interacting with medical students, physicians and scientists, J.U.M.P High students will be able to network and form important mentoring relationships which will be useful as their careers progress. 

                 J.U.M.P High is led by faculty and medical students of Cooper Medical School of Rowan University. Sessions are held at Copper Medical School of Rowan in Camden.             

Program time: 9:00-1:30

Program Dates: Oct. 10th 2020, November 14th 2020, Dec. 5th 2020, Feb. 13th 2021, March 13th 2021, April 10th 2021, May 8th 2021


Application deadline August, 2020

Website LINK:Application Link!!                                                                                   

 If you need more information, reach out to Ms. Borrelli-Luke:



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