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Our very own Allie Brown was one of just seven local Omaha string musicians who were asked to play for the Council Bluffs and Des Moines shows, both being debut performances for Trans-Siberian Orchestra's "The Ghost of Christmas Eve" tour. She performed in front of thousands of people both nights. Allie is an awesome role model for our students and an amazing teacher.
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A recent autobiography used 2808 digits to number the pages of the book. How many numbered pages are in the book?
Dear fellow parents,
Do you know what Millard Public Schools Foundation is? A few months ago I thought its sole purpose was to provide before/after school child care, but I have since discovered it does so much more to impact OUR students, right here at NMS.
As a parent of a student at North Middle School, I am concerned about the future of Millard students. I would like to meet with you on Ingwerson and I to learn about the great opportunities provided by the MPS Foundation? so you can learn more about the MPS Foundation and brainstorm ideas to support it. Would you join Dr.
What: Learn about the MPS Foundation and brainstorm ideas to support it
Who: Millard North Middle School Parents
Where: Millard North Middle School
Please bring your own lunch.
Please RSVP to let us know if you plan to attend by calling the main office at 402-715-1280.
The Millard Public Schools Foundation relies on people living in the District to help unlock the potential of each child.
State and local funding just doesn’t cover the cost of our exceptional education in Millard. That’s why we need your help. Public school districts don’t have the resources to offer all the programs they’d like to. We work in concert with the school district to bring educational opportunities and expanded services to each child in the Millard Public Schools District.
We are able to use donated dollars to help fund programs like study centers, technology in the classrooms, scholarships to seniors and much more.
You know that extraordinary education is not the work of ordinary effort. Won’t you join scores of your neighbors in supporting the work of the Millard Public Schools Foundation by donating today? Donate online now!
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Congratulations! Your school has earned a Fuel Up to Play 60 Certificate of Achievement!
We are glad your school is active in Fuel Up to Play 60, with students taking the lead to help make your school a healthier place. There are a lot of exciting plans in the works for the 2013-14 school year, including new ways for students and educators to take action through two Campaigns, a new and improved Playbook and a brand new Student Dashboard where students can earn Points, collect Badges and achieve Levels for their accomplishments.
Click HERE to see how NMS is promoting healthy lifestyles with GoNoodle in the classroom.
Did you Know?
Did you know that NMS recycles ink cartridges? We send all of our cartridges to the funding factory for recycling. For a complete list of items that can be recycled, please go towww.fundingfactory.com and look under FAQ's and scroll down to qualifying list.
One of our IB missions is to look at our environmental impact on the environment and recycling helps lesson our carbon footprint. Please encourage your student to bring qualifying cartridges from work or home to the library. If you have questions, please call Mrs. Curtis 715-1243. All recycling proceeds go to help fund the library and library programs.
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