Doors Open at 6:30 pm; Film Starts at 7:00 pm sharp. This event is FREE and Opento our community
We hope to see you there!
Nyack Middle School is "In The News" for organizing and participating in Stomp Out Bullying Day, October 2nd.
Students and staff participated in the Blue Shirt Day - World Day of Bullying Prevention on Monday, October 2nd. National "Stomp Out Bullying Day" included a Bullying Prevention Walk that was held during 7th and 8th period. BOE members joined the entire student body marched together in solidarity against bullying.
Due to building construction at Nyack Middle School, the building will be closed to all staff, parents and students June 24 - August 22, 2017. The Middle School office staff will be located at Upper Nyack Elementary School as of Monday, June 26th and can be reached at 353-7200. Thank you and enjoy your summer.
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Middle School Portal Grades
Due to calculations of 4th quarter grades, Infinite Campus portal grades will not be updated until Friday, June 23, 2017.
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What to do If your child is going to be absent:
1. Call the Middle School Attendance Office at 353-7205 each morning of the absence between 7:25 a.m. and 7:55 a.m. 2. Absences must be called in within 48 hours, or an absence note must be brought in within 48 hours, for the absence to be considered an excused absence.
If a student is going to be absent for two or more days, have the Guidance Department arrange to gather homework assignments. Parents may pick these homework packets up after 2:50 PM, or they may be sent home with a friend. In case of a one-day absence, the student should contact a friend with the same schedule to get the assignments.
We recognize that regular school attendance is a major component of academic success. Students arriving late miss valuable instructional time, and disrupt the instruction of others. Therefore, students are expected to arrive at the Middle School each morning no later than 8:04 a.m.
Unexcused tardiness can result in disciplinary action such as detention or in-school suspension. Students may also be denied the privilege of participating in or attending extracurricular events.