Many thanks to all the students, parents, administrators, and teachers who attended the Board of Ed meeting on Thursday night. Our concerns were heard loud and clear!

A special SHOUT-OUT to the following people:

  • SGA members Sonia Thanicatt and Brian Sobalvarro for representing our "student voice" by speaking directly to the Board members.
  • Mr. Gordon for representing the Parent voice of the PTSA.
  • Mrs. Chaunetta Anderson and Ms. Ashlie McGinnis for sponsoring the SGA and teaching our students about democracy and advocacy.


PICTURE DAY  "make-ups" are December 5!  Get a form from the main office or the Counseling Office.


MANNA FOOD DRIVE sponsored by the NMS PTSA (click title for link

ENDS 11-30-18


 PTSA FUNDRAISERS: 3 ways to support NMS are listed below: 

  •       "YANKEE CANDLE"  Catalogs have been sent home.  You can also shop online by clicking the Yankee Candle link in this message.
  •        "Clothes for Cash" collection bin is conveniently located in the NMS parking lot.  Accepts clothing, shoes, bedding, toys, etc.

Montgomery College's Sonya Kovalevsky Day

                                STEM opportunity for 6th grade Girls!


2017 Individual School Progress Report

 The Maryland State Department of Education (MSDE) has posted the results of the 2017 Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers (PARCC), and the High School Assessments on the Maryland Report Card.   


CLICK to view the Neelsville Middle School 2017 School Progress Report  

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