Parent involvement is encouraged and welcomed at J. Mason Tomlin. The J. Mason Tomlin PTO is an organization that prides itself on parents and teachers working together to help meet the needs of our children. Some additional active roles parents play include helping out in the classroom or library as an aide, volunteering as a room parent, or chaperoning a class trip.

Academically we have a strong and challenging curriculum. A review of specific curricula and textbooks is completed every five years. Standardized tests are used to identify student growth, strengths, and weaknesses. Many incentive programs are in place to recognize student growth and achievement. Supplemental programs such as art, music, library, and physical education are implemented as a part of the daily schedule to help balance the vigorous academic demands. Speech, basic skills, Spanish, computer education, extensive special education services,  guidance counselor services, and career education are examples of programs that enhance and assist students in attaining the academic and social expectations set forth by the Mantua Township Board of Education.

Please feel free to call the school for additional information or a tour of the facility.

School Profile

J. Mason Tomlin School is one of three elementary schools in Mantua Township. The school provides instruction for all of the district's fourth through sixth grade population of approximately 587 students. Our school curriculum includes programs in art, music, library, physical education, computer education, Spanish, speech, guidance, and basic skills instruction. Each of these special areas are taught by a certified teacher holding the appropriate teaching certification. Our fourth, fifth, and sixth grade students also have the opportunity to become involved with instrumental music, choir, band, and student council. After school intramurals are also available for interested fifth and sixth students. Other exciting activities that take place each year are the art show, curriculum fair, field day and school play.

Mr. Falcone's 4th Grade Class Dinosaur Presentation

Mr. Falcone's 4th grade class had the opportunity to present their dinosaur, " Dryptosaurus" to the Mantua Township Municipal Committee.
Please follow the link below to watch the presentation:

Fire Prevention Poster Winners

Overall Winner: Julia Bennis
6th Grade Winners
5th Grade Winners
4th Grade Winners


The following are the rankings of J. Mason Tomlin for the total number of box tops collected through January 15, 2016:

JMT is ranked
  • 12th out of 1347 schools in South Jersey or top 9%
  • 36th out of the 2747 schools in the state of NEW JERSEY or top 13%
  • 763rd out of the 95090 schools in the COUNTRY or top 8%


Thank you to all the families that continue to support our Box Tops program.