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NBC Middle School
NBC Welcomes New Principal Jim Perrault
After a careful search by administration and staff, the MAPS Board of Education on June 16 approved the selection of Jim Perrault as Principal of NBC. Mr. Perreault comes to NBC after 15 years of service in the Reeths-Puffer district.
Mr. Perreault begins work July 1, but mostly "behind the scenes" until August 1. Click to read a letter from Mr. Perrault to the community.
NBC Office Closed for Summer
Our office will re-open on August 12, 2014. Our summer office hours on August 12 will be Monday - Thursday 7 - 3:00.
If you are enrolling a student, please be sure to bring in: A Legal Birth certificate, latest report card, IEP (if applicable) and proof of residency.
REGISTRATION DATES: August 21st -- 11:00-2:00 and 3:00 -6:00 p.m.
August 22nd-- 8::00-11:00 a.m.
Pictures will be taken during registration so please come dressed accordingly. More information will be mailed to parents the second week of August. If you do not receive this information by August 19th please stop by our office for a copy. Schedules WILL NOT BE sent home. Students must pick up their schedules and locker assignments during registration. If you are not able to attend one of the registrations time, please stop by the office during our summer office hour.
WHIZ KIDS Honored in auditorium ceremony
NBC honored 180 "WHIZ KIDS" in an Auditorium ceremony May 13. The honorees represented 51% of NBC students. Keynote speaker Riley Hughes, MHS Class of '08 and a former WHIZ KID, spoke via Skype and described his path to becoming a professional musician. Mr. Hughes promised students that hard work would pay off. Click to read a list of honored students.
Ashley Morse Takes 2nd Prize at Law Day
Ashley Morse, NBC 8th grader, earned second place (and a $75 gift card) in this year's Law Day essay contest, sponsored by the Muskegon County Bar Association. Ashley's essay "Why Voting Matters" explains the vital importance of voting in a thriving democracy. Ashley was honored at the May 1 Law Day luncheon held at the Lake House in Muskegon. Ashley, the daughter of Amy and Joshua Morse, is a student in Mr. Vermeulen's United States history class.
On February 25 voters approved a 1 mill tax levy to support the enhancement of technology and building security in our schools. MAPS will be allocated about $245,000 each year for the next ten years. These funds could support replacement of aging technology as needed, security systems, enhanced wireless infrastructure and selected one to one environments, technology support and professional development, etc. Thanks for your support!
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