NBMS has opened the Family ID Winter Sports Registration. This includes Boys Basketball, Girls Basketball, and Wrestling. If you have already created an account you may use the following link to register now.
Winter Sports Registration
Please find attached instructions to sign up for sports using Family ID if you have never registered.
6TH GRADE OUTDOOR SCHOOL
We are very excited that we are able to offer our 6th Grade students another amazing opportunity to explore Outdoor School. This year it will be held at Camp Gray located outside of Newport, Oregon. This camp is made possible for our students from an OSU Extension grant.
This year NBMS will hold two sessions of Outdoor School and students will be divided into the following groups:
Girls: Last name beginning with letters I-Z
Boys: Last name beginning with letters M-Z
Girls: Last name beginning with letters A-H
Boys: Last name beginning with letters A-L
Groups were made due to accommodations for student housing. No exceptions to group assignments will be made.
NBMS Student Council invites you to come to a SPOOKTACULAR evening as they hold their annual Halloween Dance on Saturday, October 27th from 6:30-8:30 PM in the NBMS Multipurpose Room.
To join in the fun....
Wear your favorite costume and you will have a chance to enter the Costume Contest to win a fabulous prize! Come see what spooky and scary creatures you may encounter!!
Admission is $5.00 and there will be drinks and snacks available for purchase. DJ Ken will be there....spinning all your favorite songs so DON’T MISS OUT!!
The first meeting for the 2019 East Coast trip will be held on October 23rd at 7pm in the Marshfield High School Library.
The Geology Lecture Series at SWOCC kicks off this year with: "Projecting Real Sea Level Rise: Moving From Global Assessment to What You Might Actually Experience".
Join Dr. Tad Pfeffer (University of Colorado) at 7:30 p.m., Friday, October 26th at the Hales Center for the Performing Arts. Free admission.
Eat Healthy with Healthy Bytes!
Healthy Bytes is a one-year pilot project designed to unify health messaging across multiple community sites. Content has been developed by a Registered Dietitian with Oregon State University Extension. For more information use the link on our Parent Resources page or click Healthy Bytes.
The Healthy Bytes Initiative is in full swing with our next food of the month,Kale!