NBMS September Parent News

From the Principal:

It has been a wonderful start to the school year! Students and staff are settling in to routines and activities are starting to be scheduled. I have included an Upcoming Events section below so you can add all important dates to your calendar. You will also find important dates on the district website.


Throughout this year, we will be highlighting successes on campus. We will celebrate acts of kindness, students of the week, and positive school events. Students will be setting goals in their classes and working hard to meet them. We will also focus on community service throughout the year. We have already started an attendance incentive to motivate students to be at school.


Communication between the school and parents is vital to your child's education, so please feel free to contact me with any concerns or ideas for NBMS. I look forward to a great year! As always, it is a GREAT day to be a LION!


Lindsay Skinner, Principal

Announcements

  • Breakfast is FREE for ALL students and served in the cafeteria from 7:30 to 7:55 every day.
  • Yearbooks are now on sale! Order forms may be picked up in the front office.
  • All grandparents are invited to come eat breakfast with your grandchild in the school cafeteria on Monday, September 10th from 7:30 to 8:00 to celebrate Grandparent's Day. Sausage and biscuits will be served along with juice and coffee.

Upcoming Events

9/6/18 @ 4:30 Football vs. DeKalb

9/7/18 District Wide Pep Rally

9/10/18 Breakfast with Grandparents

9/10/18 @ 4:30 Volleyball at DeKalb

9/13/18 @ 4:30 Football at Daingerfield

9/17/18 @ 4:30 Volleyball vs. Atlanta

9/20/18 @ 4:30 Football vs Carlisle

9/24/18 @ 4:30 Volleyball at Red Lick

9/25/18 School Pictures

9/26/18 See You At The Pole (more info coming)

9/27/18 @ 4:30 Football at Jefferson

New Faces on Campus: Kelly McCormick, Counselor

Kelly McCormick is the school counselor for New Boston Middle School. She is happy to assist students on academic, social, and personal issues.Kelly McCormick has over 16 years counselor-related work experience for school, prison, and mental health facilities. She received a Master of Education degree in Counseling from Sam Houston State University. She is a member of Texas Counseling Association (TCA), Association of Texas Professional Educators (ATPE), and Texas State Teachers Association (TSTA). In her spare time, she enjoys playing golf, fishing, and watching her son judge livestock shows for the Sam Houston Livestock Judging Team.