Career Day 2020
Career Day 2020
Career Day 2020
Career Day 2020
Belles and Beaus
Belles and Beaus
Merry Christmas from NMS!
2019 Choir picture
Thank you Alpern Law Firm!
Food Pantry Donation
Holiday Food Donations! Thank you Evening Light Apostolic Church!
Food Donations
2019-20 Honors Band
honors band
Harvest Dinner 2019
harvest dinner
2019 Harvest Dinner Preparations
2019 Harvest Dinner Preparations
Niles Middle School Honors Band Students
Inventor Cloud Field Trip
Niles Middle School students in advanced science classes go on a field trip to Inventor Cloud.
Thank you Evening Light Church for donating 44 backpacks filled with supplies to NMS
Pastor Cline
Niles Middle school

Niles Middle School

Welcome to Niles City Schools

Our Mission

Our Mission The mission of the Niles City School District is "to instruct a defined curriculum in a safe, educational environment. The district will ensure the opportunity for all students to become responsible learners, critical thinkers and problem solvers as productive members of a democratic society".

News & Announcements

2020 Testing Dates

Niles Middle School will be giving the Ohio AIR Test during the months of March, April and May. It is very important that your child attends school during their testing dates.
 

March 23, 24, 25 Sixth Grade Language Arts

March 26, 27, 30 Seventh Grade Language Arts

March 31, April 1, 2 Eighth Grade Language Arts

April 20, 21, 22 Eighth Grade Science

April 23, 24, 27 Seventh Grade Math

April 28, 29, 30 Sixth Grade Math

May 4, 5, 6 Eighth Grade Math, Algebra I

 Honors Band

Avah Rodgers- Trumpet, Autumn Fowler- Baritone,

Carly Orsine- Percussion, Jaren Dye- Tuba 

6th Grade Prep Bowl Team Members 

Andrew Blose, Jaimen Cooper, Kenny Fauvie, Alaina Haraoulakis,

Emma Merlo, Torie Nick, Kiera Preusser,

Cali Rodgers, Andrew Strader 

Honors Choir

Kitara Miller, Kayla Sprague, Addisyn Starkey,

Mallory Sullivan,Makiya Simpson, Jeffrey Maughan,

John Howlier, Nathan Johnson

Congratulations to the 2019-2020 Robotics Team!
 
8th Grade:
Avah Rodgers 
Tori St. Clair
Ainsley Elliot
Colorado Wareham
 
6th Grade:
Andrew Strader
Cali Rodgers
Lukas Signor
 
The first team practice will be Monday, December 9, 2019 after school until 4:00 P.M. 

Seventh grade global warming projects

Students pose with their palm oil research posters.

Global warming, the long-term rise in the average temperature of the Earth’s climate system, is an increasingly important issue that our planet faces today. Mrs. Gaye Breegle is trying to help combat the problem by educating her seventh grade science class on the causes and effects of global warming. Mrs. Breegle’s students just finished a lesson on global warming and air pollution. Afterwards, they worked on several projects to incorporate everything they learned. Students created posters focused on cows and how they release methane into the atmosphere. They also researched the consequences of palm oil plantations and made a list of products with palm oil in the ingredients. Seventh grade student Ava Elliot says it is eye opening and her family tries to avoid buying products like these. Savanna Court and Joey Noble are also in the science class and wrote letters to the staff of Niles Middle School educating them on the effects of palm oil plantations and the negative impact they have on animals. Students spent some time educating themselves on how they can be a part of the resolution. “I made a list of ways to prevent global warming from becoming worse such as, riding a bike instead of driving and using less water,” says Savanna Court. Savanna also says she plans to eat less beef and be conscientious of buying palm oil products. The lesson also inspired some students in class to strive towards a career in reducing global warming. Joey Noble says when he is older he plans to study electrical engineering so he can help design something that will help put a stop to this issue. Mrs. Gaye Breegle says her class really enjoyed getting hands-on and learning about this important topic. Not only learning about it but finding ways they can help create change in the world.


SCHOOL CALENDARS

Calendar

Jun
14

Flag Day

Sun Jun 14 2020
Jun
20

Summer Solstice

Sat Jun 20 2020
Jun
21

Father's Day

Sun Jun 21 2020
Jun
25

Regular Board of Education Meeting

Thu Jun 25 2020 Location: TBD

Jul
3
Jul
16

Regular Board of Education Meeting

Thu Jul 16 2020 Location: Administration Building - Time to be determined

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