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NMS photoNorthport Middle School

11 Middleville Road
Northport, NY 11768
School Office Hours: 8:00 - 4:00
Phone: 631-262-6750
Fax: 631-262-6793

Dr. Timothy Hoss, Principal
Dr. Chelsea Brown, Assistant Principal

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Main Office
(631) 262-6750
Nurse's Office Phone
(631) 262-6755
Nurse's Office Fax
(631) 262-6601
Counseling Center
(631) 262-6756
Attendance Office
(631) 262-6754
 

Important Links

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PTSA Northport Tigers School Spiritwear Sale

 

     
   

 Math Honor Society Tutoring Now Available

 

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Although we are not able to take in-person field trips this year, you can click here to see a list of virtual field trips.

 

     
     
NMS Yearbook 2021: "We're in this together."   

 NMS yearbook sales have begun. All sales are online through the below link:

NMS 2021 Book

     
yearbook   Our 2020-2021 NMS Yearbook needs your pictures! Please email pictures of your remote learning experience to Mrs. Buchan. Send us your in home set up - are you at your dining room table? Do you participate in your Meets with your puppy? Are your siblings working in your den with you? We want to include whatever you're doing on your Remote Days in this year's yearbook. We only have two scheduled remote learning days left! Last day for submission is March 10.
Email to jennifer.buchan@northport.k12.ny.us
Please include your child's name and grade in the subject of the email.
     
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Hybrid Schedule

February/March 2021

January 2021

September - December

Wednesday Remote Schedule

     
   

SCPD Zero Tolerance Letter

     
   

Pesticide Notification Letter

   
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A group of NMS students created this web site to help their classmates use their Chromebooks to the fullest potential. Take a look around the site!

     
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Middle School Sports Registration Athletic Registration

 

 

 

 

Current News

Northport-East Northport Students Get Certified in CPR

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For Northport-East Northport seventh, tenth and twelfth graders, getting certified in CPR is not only encouraged, but required. The certification course, which has been provided since 2018 in the district, is part of the students’ physical education requirements.  It is provided with the hope that in the event CPR needs to be performed, students will feel prepared for the possibility of saving a life.   

Students in both grades take the CPR certification course regardless of which physical education program they are enrolled in. The course, which consists of students learning CPR compressions and how to use an AED defibrillator, would ensure each student is certified both during and for at least two years after high school. Northport High School Physical Education Teacher Sean Lynch stated that the hope is that students will continue to continue to get recertified even after they graduate and into their adult lives.  

Mr. Lynch also shared that when describing the importance of the course to students, they reference past tragedies in which lives may have been saved had someone known how to perform CPR or use a defibrillator.  “By talking to students honestly and about real-life situations that could occur, I think that has really helped them understand just how important this course is. Most, if not all, have taken it extremely seriously.” 

He added “No matter their profession in the future, we hope students make a point to get recertified so they have the ability to save someone's life.” 

Middle School Labs offer Expanded Technology and Engineering Courses

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 Northport-East Northport middle schools have taken their technology education courses to a new level this year, with an expanded curriculum and refinished computer and robotics labs. Both Northport Middle School and East Northport Middle School offer units of study in robotics and automation, architectural design and computer integrated manufacturing for sixth, seventh and eighth graders.  

Students are learning the ins and outs of coding, and then applying them to manufacture real life examples. From finding creative ways to model a railroad crossing to building a 3D printed chess set, students can explore different ways bring their engineering designs and models to life. The newly renovated labs have expansive space for both crafting physical models and coding on the computer, and contain a vast array of materials for students to utilize in their designs. Similarly, the wood tech labs offer equipment that is age appropriate yet challenging to prepare students for the opportunity to take advanced courses at the high school. “Project-based engineering and technology education with computer integrated manufacturing is a powerful tool for learning at all grade levels,” shared District Chairperson of Science, Engineering and Technology David Storch.  

The program continues to develop and grow with expanded MakerSpace STEM labs and opportunities for technology robotics and engineering clubs and regional competition Engineering. The hope is that students will go on to take advanced courses at the high school level, which offers Academy of Information Technology, Project Lead the Way Engineering, and advanced robotics, technology and engineering courses.