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Upcoming Events
10/24/2014
11/3/2014
11/4/2014
- 8th Grade Concert
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
11/6/2014
- 8th Grade Choral Concert
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
11/10/2014
 
MILLARD NORTH MIDDLE SCHOOL 
ANNOUNCEMENTS

 
 
Click HERE to read the Stampede

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MUSTANG MATH MINUTE

 

Little Billy was out trick-or-treating on Halloween. He had gotten a lot of candy and was peering into his bag, when out from behind a tree came a mean goblin. The goblin reached into Billy’s bag and took half of his candy plus one piece. Within a few steps, Billy encountered a nasty ghoul who reached into Billy’s sack and took half of his remaining candy plus two pieces. Before he could turn and run, a scary ghost stole half of the candy that was left plus three pieces. Now Little Billy began to cry because he only had five pieces of candy left.

 

How many pieces of candy did he have before the goblin, ghoul, and ghost raided his candy?

 

TRAFFIC PROCEDURES
To create the best and safest traffic situation in front of NMS, please click HERE and review our procedures.  
Thank you for helping us keep everyone safe.


Our in-school Scholastic Book Fair will be held from October 9-14.  We will be set up in the pit during conferences and hope you will be able to stop by. 

 
If you would prefer, you can shop at the Online Book Fair. Visit the Book Fair Homepage at
http://bookfairs.scholastic.com/homepage/millardnorthmiddleschool and click on the Shop Now button. Online shopping is available until from October 3 – 23rd onlyAll online orders ship for FREE to the school afterthe Online Fair has ended.
 
Benefits of Online Shopping:
Ř  Convenient access 24 hours a day, from October 3-23rd
Ř  Expanded selection for ALL ages—preschoolers to adults
Ř  Search for books by category, grade, age, and price 
Ř  ALL purchases benefit our school



 

Congratulations! Your school has earned a Fuel Up to Play 60 Certificate of Achievement!

We are glad your school is active in Fuel Up to Play 60, with students taking the lead to help make your school a healthier place. There are a lot of exciting plans in the works for the 2013-14 school year, including new ways for students and educators to take action through two Campaigns, a new and improved Playbook and a brand new Student Dashboard where students can earn Points, collect Badges and achieve Levels for their accomplishments.

Click HERE to see how NMS is promoting healthy lifestyles with GoNoodle in the classroom.  


Did you know?
Did you know that we recycle ink and small electronics in the library?  We do!!  We send all our items to the funding factory. One of our missions in IB is look at our impact on the environment.  Encourage your children to bring in cartridges that are empty, small electronics as well as old cell phones so we can lessen our carbon footprint.  
 
 
For a complete list of things that can be recycled go tofundingfactory.com and look under qualifying list. 
 
Your business can also become a MNMS supporter and recycle for us.   It costs nothing for the business.  
Call Mrs. Curtis for details. 
402-715-1243
 
 

 
Mustang Advisory Group (MAG) is composed of parents and teachers who strive to serve NMS staff and families in a variety of ways.  To become apart of MAG, click on the graphic above for more information.
 
 
 
 
 
  Millard North Middle School Administration  
 
 
 
NMS Office
Phone: 402-715-1280
Fax:  402-715-1275

Mr. Scott Ingwerson
(8th Grade)
shingwerson@mpsomaha.org 402-715-1284 

Mr. Eric Grandgenett
(7th Grade)
engrandgenett@mpsomaha.org
402-715-1294

Mrs. Anna Thoma
(6th Grade)
amthoma@mpsomaha.org
402-715-1283
 
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