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End of the Year Information and Important Dates
Cookout Day & KONA Ice
May 28-- All grade levels will have a cookout, and KONA ice will be sold this day.

Skating Reward
June 1 -- 6th and 7th grade will go on a skating reward trip.

Mammoth Cave
June 1-- 8th Grade will go on a field trip to Mammoth Cave.

8th Grade BASH
June 2

Last Day & Skating Trip for Students with Gold Cards All Year
June 3

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7th Grade Boys Basketball Team Takes Field Trip to UK
DC Leadership Conference
NMS Students and Staff Recognized at May Board Meeting

5.18 News Show

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Ag Day

On Friday, May 1, NMS hosted AG day.á There were over 40 animals on display áincluding horses, cows, donkeys, pigs, goats, chickens, sheep, and farm rabbits. Every student at Northern toured the animals on display. All animals were in close proximity of the students, so they were able to have a personal encounter with the animals. áAG day gives our students a chance to show off their beloved animals. It also gives students that do not see or have never been around farm animals an opportunity to see and learn about them. Thanks to all who participated in this event.á
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NMS Choir Receives Distinguished Ratings
NMS Choir received four Distinguished Ratings at the KMEA Solo and Ensemble Adjudications held in Barbourville, Kentucky, in the Chapel of Union College. Our choral ensembles sang three pieces, and we had one trio. áThe 7th/8th Grade Ensemble received a Distinguished PLUS!

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NMS Junior Winter Guard
The Northern Middle School Junior Winter Guard competed in Tri-State Marching Arts Championships at Ryle High School on Saturday, March 28 against schools from Kentucky, Ohio, and Indiana. áAll three groups finished in the top 3 in their divisions earning medals. The Northern Middle School Jr. Winter Guard were named the Bronze medalists in the Scholastic Junior Division for their show "I Wish I Had Her Life."á
You can view their performance at the following link:
NMS Jr. Winter Guard Video



KMEA Concert Band Festival
7th and 8th grade Band received Straight Distinguished Ratings at KMEA Concert Band Festival.á Congratulations to these students!


Science Olympiad
Our Science Olympiad students did a wonderful job at regional competition. These students placed 7th overall and will be participating as a team in the Science Olympiad State Tournament at Western Kentucky University on April 25th.

Science Olympiad Awards

Sebastian Tingle and Thomas Mckinney-- 2nd Experimental Design
Sebastian Tingle, Mackenzie Brunson, and Kelly Brunson-- 1st Picture This
Josh Inabnitt and Jadelyn Hurley--á 2nd Entomology
Mackenzie Brunson and J.D. Stockham--á 3rd Fossilsá


Archery Team Wins State
Congratulations to the NMS Archery Team for winning State Championship!

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ACT Scores for 7th Grade Students
Some of our 7th grade students were invited to take the ACT through the DUKE TIP program.á Here are the results from their tests.á We are so proud of them! They scored outstanding!
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NMS had twenty-three students to take the test.á Thirteen of those students received State Recognition.á One of the students received Grand Recognition.

Here are the students' average scores:
Avg. Englishááááááá 19
Avg. Matháááááááááá 17.7
Avg. Readingááááá 19.1
Avg. Scienceáááááá 18.8
Avg. Comp.áááááááá 18.8




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ACT Field Trip for 7th Graders
For the past 6 weeks, Mr. Smith has been teaching an ACT Prep class to 7th graders who qualified for the Duke Tip Program that identifies students who are very capable as 7th graders to take the ACT. Each week the class focused on the specific subjects tested on the ACT as well as strategies for taking each test. The goal of the class was to teach them the format as well as provide them with a foresight into the atmosphere of the ACT. Students took the test this past Saturday, February 7. As a reward for their hard work, the students attended a field trip to Campbellsville University. At CU, the seventh graders were able to tour campus, eat lunch in a college cafeteria and they also received a college admissions talk and performance by the CU Singers (a vocal ensemble).

Students who participated in the class are Cecilia Burton, Lexie Cook, Colton Fraley, Erin Gregory, Eva Gover, Konner Hargis (not pictured), Braxton Hewitt, Cameron Hewitt, Bailey Jackson, Trevor Keller, Connor Mayne, Jaxson McAlpin, Jacob Moers, Abby Morgan, Lauren Morgan, Ashlee Mounce, Jordan Pennington, Jett Phillippi, Haylee Ridner, John Thompson, and Sebastian Tingle (not pictured).á






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Kroger Supports NMS
NMS KROGER COMMUNITY REWARDS PROGRAM

For Registration information and support details Click Here

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Office Depot Supports NMS
áYou can support Northern Middle School when you purchase from Office Depot.
Inform the clerk that you want credit for your purchase to support NMS or give the following code 70041039.
For more information click here
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