Needles Middle School

Blood Drive at Needles High School on Thursday, September 14th from 8:30 AM until 1:00 PM in the NHS gymnasium.

News and Announcements

FREE Sports Physicals

Colorado River Medical Center will be hosting FREE sports physicals on Friday, July 28th from 8:00 AM to 11:00 AM. Sports packets are available in the middle school office until June 30th. The office will be closed the month of July.
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Open House

Needles Middle School will be holding an open house on Wednesday, August 31st from 5:00 Pm until 7:00 PM. All parents and family are welcomed!
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First Day of School

Needles Middle School students Angelina Pletcher, left, and Teagan Jones head home after their first day of school as sixth graders. Jones said she already likes being a middle schooler despite being nervous at first. Many students made adjustments to their new teachers, new schools and new environments when school started Aug. 16.
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Parent Conferences

Parent Conferences will be held on Wednesday, March 23rd and Thursday, March 24th. Please3 contact the NMS office to make an appointment with your child's teacher(s).
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Seventh Grade Boy's Basketball Goes Undefeated

The Needles Middle School seventh grade boys celebrate their undefeated season. They went 12-0. Pictured front to back, l-r: Dawson Yeager, Cody Scott, Julian Bryan, Tyler Cowden, Jason Scott, Armando Rabanales, Josiah Kidd, Ivan Stone, Jacob Chavez and Andre Smith.

By JENNIFER DENEVAN Needles
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Random Acts of Kindness

Members of the Friends of Rachel Club (FOR Club) visit with staff members of Colorado River Medical Center and give them cookies. The club works to encourage kindness throughout the community through activities such as visiting local businesses and thanking them for their efforts. The club started in November 2014 at Needles Middle School after a Rachel’s Challenge presentation was given. The focus of the presentation was about Rachel Joy Scott, a Columbine shooting victim, who believed in a chain reaction of kindness and promoted kindness. Pictured front to back, l-r: Molly Brown, Savanna Hernandez, Kaiden Oropeza, Brody Hughes, Ruthie Brooks, Cali Zahnter, Lori Oropeza, Jamie Wiesner, Ashleigh Lopez, Steve Lopez - CRMC chief executive officer; Michelle Miller and Joy Papa of CRMC.
JENNIFER DENEVAN/Needles Desert Star |
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