Announcements


There is school on 

Wednesday February 21st



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or to leave a message for the main office



Click here for a printable note to the office
or to your child's  teacher


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National History Day Competition 

 

Congratulations go out to the following students for winning
at our local National History Day Competition. 

They will compete in the Regional Contest,
on Saturday, March 24th at Manchester High School.

 

Grade 8

Mark Gilsenan

Sally Riley and Julia Freeman

Colin St. John

Arielle LaPreay

Hannah Robinson

Aiden Bonilla, Jackson Hill, and Charlie Gable

Falyn Freitas

Loudon Chupas and Luke Karpiej

Lucy Filhaber

 

Grade 7

Drew MacNeil

Andrew Conroy and Conor Young

Isabelle Saraco

Ella Rogers

Ella Rogerson and Natasha Morales

Marisol Chupas

 

Grade 6

Ziggy Matthews and James Chemacki

Chelsea Valli

Sadie Herold

Abigail Watkins

Julia Campbell and Katelyn Harvey

Luke Kalisz and Christopher Lusignan

Isabella Fitzpatrick and Camdyn Bryant

Jeff Cummings and Coltin Little



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First Trimester Honor Roll 2017 ~ 2018

High Honors

Honors

All Stars


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Congratulations to the 2018 Geography Bee Winner

Sean Kennedy-Wonneberger


Geography Bee Winner 2018


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Kudos to all of the participants

Kayla Haentjens, Ava Pear, Luke Kalisz, Nicholas Jeanetti, Austin Sevigny, 
Abigail Shoesmith, Natasha Hasuly, Sarah Hughes, and Luke Karpiej



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Purchase a Yearbook from the main office for $32 
or
Click here to order online straight from Josten's 

 

Check us out on Instagram @NHRMSyearbook
See this year's yearbook cover and a sneak peak at pictures.

Glenn Anderson, NHRMS Yearbook Advisor



 

Recent News

Principal's Message

2017-2018 School Year

Peace Poster Contest

Congratulations to Hunter Peckham, grade 8, for creating the winning artwork for the Peace Poster contest sponsored by the East Haddam Community Lions Club!

For the past 20 years, the Lions Club International has sponsored a Peace Poster contest, inviting children from across the globe to depict their vision of world-wide peace in a work of art that is based on a particular theme. This year’s theme was "The Future of Peace."  The contest is for children ages 11-13 years old.  Congratulations also go to Trisha Gahum, 2nd place, Mark Weileba, for 3rd place,  and Madison Andrus for Honorable Mention.

 

Fire Prevention Poster Contest

Congratulations to our 2017-2018 fire prevention poster contest winners: 4th grade - 1st Place goes to Allison Gregory and 2nd to Carlos Morales; 5th grade - 1st Place goes to Ari Bannon and 2nd Place to Jackie Goetz. Each year approximately 30,000 students participate in the Connecticut Fire Prevention Poster Contest. The annual statewide competition is sponsored by The Connecticut Fire Marshals’ Association, Office of the State Fire Marshal, Connecticut Fire Chiefs’ Association, State Board of Education and the Connecticut FAIR Plan (representing the insurance industry). Its purpose is to promote child and adult awareness of fire prevention responsibilities. Each year thousands of entries are submitted throughout the state.  The winning posters were selected in the first round of local judging and will continue on to the next round of competition. All four students were treated to a ride to school on the East Haddam Fire Department truck!

 

Drama Club Presents

Preparations of our spring drama production has begun.  Please mark your calendar and join us on March 23rd and March 24th for what will be wonderful performances. This year’s performance is “Almost, Maine” should be a memorable and wonderful comedy/drama performance.

 

Fundraisers

As ongoing fundraisers, we collect “Box Tops for Education”, as well as used ink and printer cartridges. While the school does not make a lot of money from these projects, we did just receive a check from “Box Tops for Education” for over $400, which will furnish many supplies for our students. Over time the money really adds up!

 

MPAC (Middle school Principal Advisory Council) is actively seeking new members and volunteers. This dedicated group of parents will host conversations on topics such as bullying, internet safety, school nutrition, cultural arts, and other day-to-day operations. You can find information about MPAC such as how to join or when the meetings are by accessing the link through the schools website http://easthaddamms.ss9.sharpschool.com/parents/m_p_a_c/

 If you have any questions or concerns, do not hesitate to contact any staff member at 873-5081. You can also email me at jason.peacock@easthaddamschools.org

 


 

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