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  • We are excited to continue on our 6th grade journey here at Newcomb Middle School. Winter sports are under way and we are almost halfway through our school year! Any student interested in playing a spring sport, (Baseball, Softball, or Spring Track), must have a physical submitted to the nurse's office by Friday, March 3rd. If students do not submit their physical by the deadline, they cannot participate in spring sports.  Physical packets are available in the nurse's office and on our school website. Thank you for your support of Pemberton Athletics! 


    During the week of March 6-10, 2023, we will have early dismissal days as we look forward to meeting with you for parent-teacher conferences:

    March 7, 2023- Evening Conferences (5-7pm)

    March 8, 2023- Afternoon Conferences (1-3pm)

    March 9, 2023- Afternoon Conferences (1-3pm) and Evening Conferences (5-7pm)


    In April we look forward to celebrating National Autism Awareness Month and the Month of the Military Child.


    Spring Break is as follows:

    April 6, 2023- Early Dismissal

    April 7, 2023-April 16, 2023- School Closed


    As we try to instill good habits in our 6th grade students, we could use your help with reminding students to charge their chromebook each night and bring their fully charged chromebooks to school with them each day. This is a habit our students will need until they graduate from high school. In addition, we ask for your help regarding bus safety. We have reviewed the following expectations with all students:

    • Wear seat belts.

    • Stay in assigned seats while the bus is in motion  
    • Treat others with respect.

    • Keep hands and feet inside the bus seat and out of the aisle.

    • Do not instigate or participate in any altercations.

    • Follow the bus driver's directions at all times.

    It must be emphasized that school bus ridership is a privilege, and bus safety must be the primary concern of everyone, including students. Students who abuse the privilege may be excluded from the bus and/or suspended from school for disciplinary reasons. Parents must then provide for their transportation to and from school during that time. 

    Parents and guardians, we know that you are as concerned about student safety as we are, and we need your help.  Please talk to your children about appropriate behaviors and reinforce your expectations with them.  Thank you for your help in keeping our buses and learning community safe for all.


    Ashley B. Walulak, Principal   



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    Marcus W. Newcomb Middle School is proud of its designation as a National School of Character.