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  • Reminder: School dress code must be followed, even in the beautiful warm weather.  See page 5 in our student handbook for details.

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  • Do you have 30 minutes or more to listen to 8th grade students present their Breakout project?  We need parents and community members to come in and do just that on June 12, 13 and 14.  Please call or text Shannon at 739-1677 to volunteer.

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  • Due to construction the front doors of the middle school will be locked at 3pm every day.

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  • Starting May 1st:

    7:45-9:12, 1st Period

    9:15-10:42, 2nd Period

    10:45-12:45, 3rd Period

    12:48-2:15, 4th Period

    6th lunch, 10:42-11:12

    7th lunch, 11:30-12:00

    8th lunch, 12:15-12:45

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  • Please go to our link (Anonymous Alerts) below to report sensitive issues like bullying, harrassment or intimidation.  

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  • 8th Grade Sexual Health Information (Click for links to homework and Flash website)

    8th Grade Sexual Health Unit: This year, the 8th Grade Sexual Health Unit will take place during the weeks of May 22nd – June 6th. A letter on blue paper formally introducing the unit was sent home with students on Friday, May 12th. There is a copy on the NVMS website, along with a link to the F.L.A.S.H. curriculum. (http://www.etr.org/flash/) If you have questions, comments, or would like to view any class materials in-person, please don’t hesitate to contact me at (360) 966-7561 or mckenna.adams@nv.k12.wa.us.

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  • 8th Grade Breakout Information

    8th Grade is working on their final project for the year—Breakout!! We are looking for parent volunteers to come and listen to the kids presentations. Presentations will be June 12, 13 and 14. Time slots are available throughout the day (prefer shifts of 2 hours or more, but give us a call—we’ll take any time you can give!) If you know of a community member that would be interested, please pass this along to them. We are also asking for donations of cookies & water for the panelists from PARENTS OF 8TH GRADE STUDENTS. Students with ANY fee or fine will NOT be allowed to participate in the Breakout Ceremony. The Breakout Ceremony will be Monday, June 19th, 6pm at the NVHS PAC.

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  • Deadlines

    All library books must be returned by May 31. No lunch charges after May 31. Please check with your student to make sure these items are taken care of.

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  • New to our district? Need to enroll a student?

    Welcome to the Nooksack Valley School District! If you are new to our district and need to enroll a student, please go to our District Office webpage, there is a District Home shortcut button at the top of this page. There you will see the button for "New Student Skyward Online Enrollment". THIS DOES NOT APPLY TO STUDENTS CURRENTLY ATTENDING A NOOKSACK VALLEY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL.

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  • Construction Photos

    Be sure to check out the ongoing progress of the construction of our new building by going to "Construction Photos" on the left side of this webpage, under Site Shortcuts. Our thanks to Bill Peters for the wonderful bird's eye view of the building!

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  • State testing begins

    We will begin State Testing on the 25th of April with our 8th graders in Science. The rest of the students will begin testing the week of May 1st. Each student will take one test a week for the month of May. We will conclude testing at the end of May. During this time, please be sure your children are well rested, have a good breakfast, and please remind them to do their best. At NVMS, we use the Smarter Balanced Assessments to determine placement in Academy classes, Enrichment classes, and they help us make a variety of other decisions, so please take a moment to talk with your child about the importance of doing well on the State Assessments. Our current schedule is as follows; The week of April 24 - Science Testing The week of May 1 - Language Arts - Short Answer Items The Week of May 8 - Language Arts - Extended Response Items/Performance Task The Week of May 15 - Math - Short Answer Items The Week of May 29 - Math - Extended Response Items/Performance Task Each class will take the assessment with their homeroom class with the teacher who instructs them in the subject area being tested. For example the Language Arts Teacher will be assessing their students during their Language Arts class. All of our testing will be done before Lunch. If you are making an appointment during the Smarter Balanced Testing please make sure it is in the afternoon.

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  • Information on Fees and Fines

    Please ask your student if they have fees for fines, or you can check yourself online. Students who have not returned library books, textbooks, athletic items, etc. are fined. Any student with a fine cannot participate in sports or the 8th grade Breakout Ceremony. Please make sure your student has returned items as they need to be returned. Fees and fines stay on the student account until items are returned or paid for.

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  • Box Tops for Education at NVMS

    Click on the title above for links to product lists and to the Box Top app you can have on your phone to multiply the Box Tops. Box Tops benefit our school. Be sure to collect them this spring and summer, we will have a collection drive this fall!

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  • Now Hiring Students

    The Department of Ecology in the Northwest Regional Office (NWRO) anticipates hiring 64 teens between the ages of 14 (by June 26th) and 17 to staff 12 Ecology Youth Corps (EYC) road crews for Summer 2017. Please see Mrs. Holbrook for more information or visit NWRO’s website at. http://www.ecy.wa.gov/programs/swfa/eyc/nwro.html

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