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Friday February 16, 2024



Justice: being fair and upholding what is right.



Monday: Harvey David                                

Tuesday: Alana Bieski, Ashleigh Marderness, Avery Schwerin, Eden Veit

Wednesday: Wyatt Cleveland, Gabriel Stafford


Friday: Brody Altimore, Trenton Bixler

Saturday: Ainsley Rokosz

Sunday: Matthew Hathaway



Tuesday: Mr. Swanson 









D&D Club: 3:00-4:00, Rm. 268 (Allen)


Viking Leadership: 3:00-3:30, Rm. 158 (Pool)

Electronics Club: 3:00–4:30, Rm. 261 (Kipfmiller)

STEM: 3:00 - 3:45, Rm. 260 (Lenon)


Rubik’s Cube Club:  2:50 - 3:40 Rm. 272  (Courier)

Art Honors:  3:00 - 3:45 Rm. 255 (Kosick)

VFF: 3:00 - 3:30 Rm. 201 (Dana, Toepfer)


Yearbook Club: 3:00 - 3:45 Rm. 262 (McPeak)




The Northeast Vikings for friendship club would like to remind everyone to find opportunities to show and do random acts of kindness today. The national random acts of kindness day is tomorrow February 17.Th and to celebrate, your VFF has put together a small activity for students to enjoy during their fourth period class this morning. Happy kindness, everyone!


(please read on Tu & Fri)


Any 6th grade students that are interested in playing football next year can sign up on the list on the wall near the gym.  The sign up sheet will be there for two weeks.

Paddleton Tournament

(please read on Tu & Th)

The NE PE department is sponsoring a Doubles Paddleton tournament to raise funds for our NE PE program.  There will be a one day tournament for the 8th grade and NE Staff on Tuesday March 12th (winners will play each other) and a one day tournament for the 6th and 7th graders on Thursday March 14th (winners will play each other).  The entry fee is $20 per doubles team and the tournament will start promptly at 3:15 on each of the respective dates.  No spectators will be allowed due to limited space.  If you are interested in participating, please pick up a registration form in the NE main office.  The registration form and payment can be turned into Coach Griff or Coach Merchant. If you have any questions please contact Coach Merchant or Coach Griff.

Sylvan Tutoring 

(please read on M & W)

Sylvan tutoring will be held from 3-4 in room 201.






Student Drop-Off & Pickup- Important Reminders!

The FRONT of the school building is reserved for SCHOOL BUS drop-off and pickup  only between 7:30-8:00am and 2:40-3:10pm. Please drop your student off in the back of the building during these times.


Rules for dropping off in the back are:

  • The left lane is a moving lane. Do not stop and drop off your student while in the left lane. 

  • The right lane is the drop-off lane. Pull over and stop and let your student out.  Please DO NOT park and exit your vehicle in this lane. 


VPA Thank you 

The VPA would like to thank our NE families for the wonderful donations for the sunshine cart. The treats were much appreciated and enjoyed by the staff. There was an outpouring of appreciation as the treats were delivered with many comments of "this made my day." Thank you so much for the support you show for our teachers and staff. 


Paddleton Challenge- NE PE Fundraiser

The NEPE department is sponsoring a Doubles Paddleton tournament to raise funds for our NE PE program.  There will be a one day tournament for the 8th grade and NE Staff on Tuesday March 12th (winners will play each other) and a one day tournament for the 6th and 7th graders on Thursday March 14th (winners will play each other).  The entry fee is $20 (Cash only) per doubles team and the tournament will start promptly at 3:15 on each of the respective dates.  No spectators will be allowed due to limited space. We are in NEED of Parent Volunteers to supervise the back gym warm-up area while they prepare to participate in their game in the main gym.  Please email Coach Griff at if you are interested in being a volunteer.



Parents and caregivers, TMPONE and the Orchestra Instructors would like to give a giant thank you to all the volunteers who helped with String Clinic. Your presence and assistance really helped the event to run smoothly and provide the best experience for our music students. Thank you for taking time out of your day to be there to support our music program, students, and instructors! 


Battle of the Books

The Grace A Dow library is running a Middle School Battle of the Books program again this year…and you are invited to participate as an individual or with a partner!

Five books have been selected for the competition. There are 4 copies of each book available in the Media Center, and and even more at Grace A. Dow Memorial Library

Like last year, battles will conclude with an in-person championship battle. All battles will take place in April.

We encourage any interested NMS students to participate in this great program! 

For more information, see Mrs. Allen or visit the website listed in the announcement email.


The Lions are coming to Midland

Midland Crime Stoppers presents The Detroit Lions Legends vs. Midland Crime Stopper All-Stars. Sunday, February 25 at the Midland High Gymnasium. Tip Off 2:00pm. Single Tickets- $18 Family Ticket $50. For more information call (989)667-0073. 


Midland High School Parent Webinar

Hello Future Chemics!. If you were unable to attend the Parent Webinar or wanted to review anything that was covered, below is the link to the recorded webinar along with a link to questions and answers. Please reach out if you have any additional questions/concerns. 

-- MHS Counseling Team

MHS Webinar Presentation

Incoming Freshman Q&A


Food Allergen Change

There has been an ingredient change to the hamburger and hotdog buns offered at school lunches.  The buns now contain Milk, Wheat, Soy and Sesame.


Football Conditioning

Attention all upcoming 8th grade football players. There will be voluntary conditioning for those interested. The conditioning will be from 3-4pm in the back gym. Wear tennis shoes for

this. The dates for this are listed below. See Coach Hanley for any questions.

February 27, March 12, April 9 & 23.


Midland Public Schools in need of Substitute Bus Drivers! 

See attached flyer at the end of this document for more information.


Yearbook Orders

To order a yearbook, go to  Use the school name of Northeast Middle School and the code of: 4908024.


Fines for Chromebook Labels

If either the asset tag from the back or the large student information tag from the front is removed or defaced a $5 fine will be issued for each label. If either label is peeling or fading, report this to the office or library so a replacement can be ordered.


Important Times to Know

Doors open for breakfast - 7:15

Doors open for general entry - 7:55

Class starts - 8:05

7th grade lunch - 11:07-11:42

6th grade lunch - 11:42-12:17

8th grade lunch - 12:17-12:52

School ends - 2:50


Daily Announcements

  • Announcements are read to students during 3rd hour and sent to students district email daily.

  • Parents receive announcements in their email on the first day of the school week. 

  • Announcements are updated daily on the Northeast website under the “Building Announcements” tab.


Office Drop-Offs

As always, please encourage your students to have everything they need before leaving for school each day. If they do forget something feel free to drop it off in the office. If your student contacts you and asks you to bring an item, please let them know you will bring it and that they should check the office between classes or before lunch.  The office does not call classrooms for forgotten items, but will email your student's teachers if needed. This could result in a delivery delay. 


The Rock- After-school programs

The ROCK is a productive after-school program that instills confidence and a sense of belonging, provide mentorship, tutors, games, activities, food, and a safe place for teens. Welcoming middle and high school students aged 18 and under.

Teens check-in with staff and relax with their snack while the rest of their peers arrive. Each day, various planned activities are offered, including physical activity, homework and tutoring, crafts, and other games. The ROCK is a drop-in program, meaning your student can leave when it makes sense for your family. All participants must be pre-registered.  We are open from the time school is out until 6:00 pm each school day.

Snow Days The ROCK in-person sites will NOT be open for snow days.

PD Days The ROCK Underground will be open each Professional Development day 8:00 am-6:00 pm. No busing available. Drop-in.

Half Days ROCK Underground will be open after school.


To register, click here:


Box Tops for Education

Northeast participates in the Box Tops for Education program.  If you’d like to help us earn, please:

  • download the Box Tops for Education app

  • choose Northeast as your school

  • scan (photograph) your receipts each time you shop


Upcoming 2024 School Year Dates 



16th - Half Day - 11:15 Dismissal

19th - No School

22nd - JE/NE 8th Grade Band Pre-Festival Concert, Central Auditorium

23rd - All Choirs Pre-Festival Concert, Central Auditorium


7th - Papa John’s Pizza Night

13th - VPA (Viking Parent Association) meeting 7-8 Media Center

25th - 29th - No School - Spring Break


1st - No School - Spring Break

2nd - School Resumes

4th- TMPONE meeting 7:00pm

4th - Papa John’s Pizza Night

24th - 7th grade MCFTA performance 10:30


2nd - Papa John’s Pizza Night

6th - Choir Concert, Central Auditorium

15th - VPA (Viking Parent Association) meeting 7-8 Media Center

16th - Band Concert, Central Auditorium

23rd - Orchestra Concern, Central Auditorium

27th - No School - Memorial Day

31st - Half Day - 11:15 Dismissal