Summer Reading Program
Six Crimson students are pictured in front of the "Shoes for Water" collection bin. All donated shoes are being sent to the Shoeman Water Project in St. Louis, a charity that uses the funds from the sale of collected shoes to create new wells and water purification systems in areas that are without fresh water. Students from the left are Daniel Van Boom, Chloe Hansen, Miles O'Malley and Hunter Bushnell. (Click on the image to view larger.)
Welcome to the Rupert A. Nock Middle School website. “The Nock” serves the educational needs of 562 students in grades six through eight in a building that is shared with the Molin Upper Elementary School. The goal of our middle school is to support early adolescence by establishing an environment that challenges our students academically, nurtures them socially and provides them with artistic and athletic opportunities in the performing arts. While educating the whole child, we seek to support each and every child as they learn to learn and develop into responsible citizens prepared to take on the challenges of the twenty-first century.
As we continue to improve this website we hope it is convenient for you to find the information you need about our school procedures, practices, goals and student events.
|Nock/Molin Courtyard Clean Up Crew Volunteers, all from Pettengil Farm. From left to right: Joe Darcangelo , Lisa Leblanc, Laurie Martineau , Gail Kelleher, Nancy Earls, Mary Bagg and Prince.|
| May 5, 2013 Walk For Hunger
27 Nock students and 6 NHS girls lead by Grade 8 Nock Teachers Jen Groskin, Wendy Phillips and Sally Leety
December 6, 2012
|Please check out the Nock/Molin Renovation Website. Click on the image to the left or here.|
|Learn more about the Newburyport Youth Services outreach program which discusses it's approach utilizing the 40 assets.|
Explanation of our pages:
Contact Us provides links to teacher web pages as well as their email addresses.
About Us will inform you of our school/district philosophies.
Events will show you what's going on here at the school.
Curriculum holds our Curriculum Brochures, Curriculum Maps, and links to the MDESE Frameworks.
Resources provides online resources to extend the lessons/ideas explored in class, links for parents, special subjects, and holidays.