Northside Middle School

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  • Parents,
    ACT ASPIRE reports will be sent home this week.  Reports have information on interpretation.  If you have any questions or concerns please feel free to contact Julie McGillivray at 342-2740 or visit for more information.
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  • The library is collecting boxtops as a fundraiser. Please clip and save and send them in with your students by February 27th. Thank you for your support!
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We would like to extend a special thanks to all parents/guardians for your patience and support during our recent weather events. We know these days can create disruptions to your normal routine, and we greatly appreciate your unwavering cooperation with NMS. You're the best!
COLD and FLU season has arrived.  Please review the School Health policy linked below:

Due to the large number of student sick recently we would like to remind Parents that Students with fever should be without fever for 24 hours before returning to school. This means without the aide of medications such as Tylenol (Acetaminophen) or Motrin/Advil (Ibuprofen). We have had numerous students reported to have Flu and Strep Throat recently.

The following is copied from the county wide "Too Sick for School" letter sent home every year.

  1. Fever is an important symptom; when it occurs along with sore throat, an earache, nausea, listlessness or a rash, your child may be carrying something very contagious. PLEASE keep children home during the course of a fever and for an additional 24 hours after the fever has passed.

Strep throat and scarlet fever are two highly contagious conditions caused by a streptococcal (bacterial) infection.  They usually arrive with a sore throat and high fever.  Sometimes nausea and headache are present too.  Twelve (12) to forty-eight (48) hour after the onset of scarlet fever a rash may also appear.  A child with either strep throat or scarlet fever should be kept at home and treated with antibiotics, as prescribed by a doctor.  After 24 hours on an antibiotic, a child is usually no longer contagious and may with a doctor’s permission return to school.


Thanks for your cooperation!



Missy Booth, RN
Virginia Falls, LPN
Christi Watson, LPN
Northside Middle/Northside High





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