Dr. Paul Nettle Middle School
The Nettle Middle School Community will nurture the development of responsible, respectful, and thoughtful citizens for life in an increasingly independent global society. We will create safe learning environments in which students are challenged to explore, create, make decisions, and actively participate in and be accountable for their learning.
The Nettle staff, in partnership with our community, parents and students will strive to meet and exceed academic and developmental goals for all learners through a positive and consistent school climate in order to prepare them for college and careers using 21st century skills.
15 March 2019
The police investigation into the threat we had this week is ongoing. Once it is fully resolved I will reach out with another email to our school community.
Next week our 7th grade students will have an assembly on cyber bullying on Monday. Our PTO is looking into funding assemblies on bullying for our 5th and 6th grade classes as well.
On Thursday our 7th grade students will be visited by students from the High School VIP program on Thursday. They will take part in workshops centered on diversity, for the first half of the day.
Wednesday the 20th is a half day for students. Dismissal will be at 11 AM. On that day approximately 60 seventh and 8th grade students (volunteers) will be working with Kat Everett and the team from POSE on their creative arts project.
2nd Semester grades close on 22 March.
2018-2019 NEW UPDATED AS OF NOVEMBER 9 ~ Bus Routes for Nettle
March 18 7th Grade Assembly “Cyber Kids”
March 20 Early Release 11 AM
March 22 Grades close
March 27 Family game Night “Title 1”