“The energy and passion that our Middle School student share on a daily basis is contagious - I love it! I genuinely look forward to each day because interacting with our kiddos is always a rewarding adventure.” Mr. Nate Otis
“Middle School age is such a transition time for the students. The administration and teaching staff impress me with the structure and opportunities that are made available to the students to help them though this time. My son has enjoyed the explore program. He often talks about how he and his classmates enjoy trying new things and often find that they have abilities in these areas that they didn't realize before.”
Corey Hansen, Parent
We are happy to have you as a member of this wonderful learning community. You will have many opportunities to grow and learn at the North East Middle School and we look forward to working together with you and your family to provide a positive learning experience. You will be given the opportunity to develop positive relationships with the middle school students and the staff. We encourage you to become an active member of school. We wish you happiness and success in the coming school year and in the future.
The diversity of the middle school student is well documented. Students come in all shapes and sizes. The middle school student will experience rapid growth and change intellectually, emotionally, socially as well as physically. The student population at any one grade level may be of the same age but vastly different from one another. The North East Middle School provides a positive environment for students to transition from childhood to adolescence.
The Northwest Contest of What’s So Cool About Manufacturing (WSCM) features middle schools in Erie and Crawford Counties. This student video contest has a goal of creating awareness within the schools and the community about cool manufacturing careers through the eyes of 7th and 8th grade students. The team, guided by their Teacher Coach, conducts research, films at the company, and edits their video for final submission to be eligible for several award categories, including Viewer’s Choice selected by online voting. This year, 18 middle schools in Erie and Crawford County are paired with a manufacturer partner to be featured in their video. The community is encouraged to follow the journey of these student teams on Facebook and Twitter (@WSCMNW) and be ready to vote for the favorite video on March 11-13, 2019 at www.WhatsSoCool.org (look for the Northwest contest).