Upcoming Events

  • "A" Day

    Nyack Middle School
  • "B" Day

    Nyack Middle School
  • BOE Meeting (rescheduled from May 4th)

    6:30PM - BOARD OF EDUCATION MEETING

    In response to New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo’s “New York State on PAUSE” Executive Order 202.97 to help curb the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19) in our community, the Nyack Board of Education will not be meeting in-person. The May 11, 2021 Nyack Board of Education meeting will be held via videoconferencing, and a transcript will be provided at a later date. The public will have an opportunity to see and hear the meeting live and provide comments.

    TO ACCESS THE MEETING VIA ZOOM WEBINAR PLEASE USE THE LINK BELOW:
    https://zoom.us/j/91690152798

    OR
    Dial: +1-646-558-8656
    Webinar ID: 916 9015 2798

    We suggest logging in at least five minutes before the start of the meeting.

    PUBLIC COMMENT:
    Due to the COVID-19 public health emergency, comments from the public must be submitted via the Zoom Q & A section and include your full name

    Nyack Public Schools
  • Board Candidates' Forum hosted by PTA/NAACP

    To access the forum via Zoom: attinyurl.com/nyackboardzoom

    or call 917-596-2927 for call-in instructions

    Nyack Public Schools
  • "A" Day

    Nyack Middle School
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NMS Building News......

If you were to rewind the clock to a couple of hundred years ago, you wouldn’t find the town of Nyack. Instead, you would find the Nyack indigenous tribe who used to love and live on the same land that we now call home. Although our community has a rich indigenous past, very few people know about the original Nyackers. Ms. Murphy’s 7th-grade Social Studies students set out to change just that by spreading the untold story of the Native Nyackers. Each of the students produced their own children’s book to help educate our youngest community members. Here you will find Zoe Reiss’ creation. 

Zoe's Book

National Junior Honor Society Ceremony

Navigating Remote Learning at NMS

Spotlight on NMS

Message from the Principal : David Johnson

Nyack Middle School serves approximately 660 students in grades 6 through 8.  We strive to create an environment where all students learn, grow and become "better students and better citizens" who will contribute to this outstanding community.  At Nyack Middle School, we strive to prepare our students to take a leading role in our ever evolving world.  We stress 21st century skills such as collaboration, communication, critical thinking and creativity.  

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, this year will be a test of our creativity and resilience. We will continue to create an environment where every member of our Nyack Middle School family is valued and respected. The faculty and staff of Nyack Middle School hold the highest expectations of excellence from the students that we teach. While our modes of delivering instruction will be different, our unwavering dedication to helping students achieve their goals and dreams will remain the same.  

At Nyack Middle School, we are charged not just with developing the minds of the young people whom we teach, but also with instilling character. We will continue to instill Nyack Middle School PRIDE in our students by teaching our behavior expectations daily while understanding that mistakes in behavior provide opportunities for learning and growth. We will instill in our students a sense of empathy and responsibility towards each other and their community. With this, we will have not only better students but also better citizens.

Parental involvement and communication is the foundation of any successful school.  As a resident of this community and a parent of two students who attend Nyack Public Schools,  I am deeply invested in the success of every student attending Nyack Middle School.  Thank you for entrusting your children's education to the faculty and staff of Nyack Middle School. Please feel free to email me if you have any questions or concerns.

David Johnson
Nyack Middle School Principal

NMS COVID Health and Safety Protocols

After School Clubs/Activities