Thursday, September 20th, has been designated state-wide as “High Attendance Day” for Kentucky schools. This day highlights the importance of regular school attendance and the correlation between attendance and student performance. Students who attend class regularly are more likely to keep up with their daily lessons, assignments, and academic achievement.
Awards will be distributed statewide based on each individual school’s attendance percentage. The school in each category (elementary, middle and high) with highest percentage attendance for that day will be awarded $500!
Let’s strive for 100% attendance on Thursday, September 20th and everyday!
We would like to announce the following dates as days in which the students of NLMS will have a chance to attend a club of their choice. We encourage all of our students join a club and to enjoy this opportunity to spend time with classmates who share the same interests as they do.
Second semester dates will be scheduled soon.
Get your copy of the new Diary of a Wimpy Kid: The Meltdown. The cost of the book is 8.99 and can be purchased between the dates of Septemebr 24th through October 2nd. Each book sold helps us to reach our goal of 5,000.00 dollars in total sales.
North laurel Middle School's library will have our fall book fair beginning September 24th and running through October 2nd. Our goal this year is 5,000.00 dollars in total sales.
Kristen McCowan (parent)
Richard Clark (parent)
Jarad Hicks (teacher)
Daniel Lowe (teacher)
Jamie Cutshall (teacher)
Steve Morris (parent)
We look forward to a great year working to make our school even better!
If you are interested in running for or nominating someone to run for the Site Based Decision Making Team at North Laurel Middle School, just click on the following links to find out important information:
Parent Information Form
SBDM Fact Sheet For Parents
Statement from Dr. Doug Bennett, Superintendent of Laurel County Schools
“On Saturday, February 17, a NLMS student made a threat against other students. Kentucky State Police arrested the student who is lodged in the Breathitt Detention Center on the Charge of Terroristic Threatening 2nd degree. The Laurel County School District safety protocol was followed in assisting the KSP.
We take all threats seriously and exercise every possible measure to keep our students and staff safe.”
Parent/Teacher Conference is scheduled for Monday, February 26th from 3:30-6:30.