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8th GRADE DANCE: Northeast 8th graders! Your PTO sponsored farewell dance, A Night for Stars, is only 2 weeks away. Please remember that Formal wear is NOT required to attend the dance. Doors open at 6pm. Dinner will be served in the cafeteria. There will be a photo booth available all evening and dancing begins at 7pm in the gym. Be sure to be on the lookout for the Northeast Walk of Fame outside just like Hollywood Blvd. Any questions regarding the dance please reach out to Mrs. Bush with any questions you may have and she will reach out to Mrs Blevins from the PTO. See you in two weeks!!

JUNIOR POLICE ACADEMYAre you interested in exploring a career in Law Enforcement or learning more about  the Bethlehem Police Department? Then you should attend the Bethlehem Police Junior Police Academy. The Academy is a two week program that takes place right here at Northeast Middle School. Cadets take part in presentations, live demonstrations and fun activities across the county. Cadets will receive daily breakfast and lunch, along with Academy uniforms. The Academy is totally free to  you. The Junior Police Academy runs two weeks from June 13 thru June 24th. 8th grade and 7th grade students are encouraged to apply. Cadet selection will take place May 18th. If you have any questions or need an application please see Officer Elias. 

LIBERTY BAND BAGPIPERStudents interested in becoming a bagpiper for the Liberty Grenadier Band are invited to attend the first session of spring lessons on Wednesday, May 11. The session will run from 3:30pm to 4:30pm in the Liberty Band Room. This is open to all middle school students, but strongly encouraged for 8th graders wanting to  join the band for next year. If you have a practice chanter, please bring it. If not, no worries. If you have any questions, please see Mr. Rupnik. See you on Wednesday!

LIBERTY MAJORETTE TRYOUTS: The Liberty Grenadier Band will be holding majorette auditions on Tuesday, May 10th at 3:30pm at Liberty High School. Things will run  the same as past years. Candidates should: Prepare a routine that showcases their skills. The routine should be at least 32 counts, but not more than 48. It is preferred that candidates perform to music. It is preferred that they demonstrate their mark time during part of their routine. Candidates will also be taught a 32 count routine on the day. Candidates should dress comfortably and wear appropriate footwear for an audition. It is not necessary for report cards to be brought to auditions.

LIBRARY BOOKS: Students, many of you have borrowed library books from the Northeast Library. Thank you! Now it is time to make sure you have returned those library books! Please check your backpacks, lockers, bedrooms, etc. for any library books and return them to the library. Please put them in the book drop in the library desk. Thank you!

SUMMER FITNESS PROGRAM: The summer program at Planet Fitness for NEMS students will run May 16 through August 30, 2022. The program is free to all students ages 13 and up. Students between the ages of 13-15 will have to have a parent/legal guardian accompany them to registration and sign a waiver. Additionally, the students will have to  present their NEMS ID badge. If a student has any questions, please refer them to Mr. McCormack. Please inform the students of this exciting opportunity.  Many thanks.

VOCAL ENSEMBLES CONCERT: Join us for an evening of music on Tuesday, May 10th at 7 PM, featuring the after school vocal ensembles. The Vocal Ensembles Concert is a free event that will also feature our guests The Marvine Mustangers of Marvine Elementary School. Come out on Thursday, May 10th at 7 PM!


  • AFTER SCHOOL VOCAL GROUPS: Today is a performance for our incoming 6th grade students. Will all after school vocal group students report to the chorus room along with the 7th and 8th graders?  It will be a chance for us to rehearse together before this morning’s performance. See Mr. Huie with any questions. Thank you.
  • BAND & ORCHESTRA: Attention all musician students, please remember at the end of the day to pick your instrument up from the band room to take home and practice.