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    AdvancED Climate and Inventory Survey Banner Image
    Please Complete Our Climate and Inventory Surveys
    The School District of Osceola County is conducting several Spring Surveys and Inventories. We would like all parents, teachers, administration, staff members, and students to complete a short survey to find out your beliefs, experiences, and opinions about your school. Please click "Read More" for more information.
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    Incoming Ninth Grade Orientation Banner Image
    Incoming Ninth Grade Student Curriculum Nights
    The Osceola School District will be hosting Ninth Grade Student Orientation Nights for current eighth grade students and their parents.
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principal's message


  Gary Weeden - Principal

Ms. Clevenger

     Marcia Clevenger - Asst. Principal

Mr. Stone

David Stone - Asst. Principal

Regular School Hours

 *  Office Hours : 8:00am - 4:00pm

Regular School Hours

  • M,T,Th,F : 8:45am - 3:45pm
  • Wednesday : 8:45am - 2:45pm

    About NCMS

  • Mascot - Black Bear
  • Colors - Green, Black, & White
  • Opening Year - 2000
  • Population - 1,195 students
  • Grade Levels - 6th - 8th

  • School Grade

    NCMS has received an "A" grade from 2002 - 2013 & 2015 & 2017 - 2018

    In 2014 and 2016 we received a "B".

    NCMS Mission Statement


    Our #1 priority is student achievement with high expectations being the responsibility of our entire community.

    NCMS Vision Statement

    Everything we do is solely for the students; we believe we can teach all students and that all students will learn given the appropriate resources.

    ACCELERATION PLAN (Adopted 08-07-12)

    The academic progress of all students, including those students who exceed curriculum benchmarks, remains a high priority for the school district. Per 1002.3105, Florida Statutes, Academically Challenging Curriculum to Enhance Learning (ACCEL), the district provides a plan for acceleration decisions within the district’s existing Multi-Tiered System of Supports/Response to Intervention (MTSS/RtI) framework. School level Problem Solving Teams shall review assessment data at the beginning of the school year to determine which students may benefit from acceleration options. High performing students who show the need for additional enrichment and challenging curriculum options are currently placed in the appropriate classroom with differentiated instruction. If you have further questions or would like to inquire about ACCEL options, please contact the school office.

     Above images collected from www.openclipart.org and are licensed as free use in the Public Domain.



    Science Literacy Mystery Night
    Thursday, January 31, 2019
    6:00pm - 7:30pm

    2018-2019 yearbooks are on sale!

     Must order online through ybpay.com: (School code 10722712)


    $20 ($16 Early- order special through March 1st)
         * All books are hard cover

         * Foil name imprinted on cover available 


    8th grade memory ads - purchase online (through ybpay.com)

         * Purchase price includes yearbook!

         * Payment/ message/ pictures due March 29th

            * Full page - $250

            * Half page - $175

            * Quarter page - $100

            * Business card - $60

             ⭐ Contact Teresa Ammons (Teresa.Ammons@osceolaschools.net) to submit message and digital 

                     images (jpeg format preferred).  

             ⭐ I will email to confirm

             ⭐Hard copy photos and/or messages can be taken care of one-on-one


    Information about End of the Year 8th Grade IOA Trip 


    Grade Checks for 8th Grade Eligibility for IOA will be during the 3rd Quarter Progress Reports (February 14th). All students must have a 70-C or higher in all classes to be eligible to receive a permission slip. Debt's must be paid off, also no ISS/OSS or excessive disciplinary actions after January 8th. 

    Questions: Email Mrs. Dennison- Shannon.dennison@osceolaschools.net


    Click Here to Read the January News Letter In English

    Click Here to Read the January News Letter in Spanish

    New Procedures Regarding Backpacks At Osceola School District Athletic and Arts Events



    With the safety and security of all in mind, the Osceola School District will immediately begin implementing new procedures regarding backpacks at all athletic and arts events on school campuses:

    1.)  Only small bags will be allowed into the event. (Maximum size of 12" x 12")
    a.     No backpacks will be allowed.
    b.     Exceptions will be made for diaper bags and medical items with proper inspection.

    2.)  All bags are subject to be searched.

    In addition, the following safety procedures will be in place:
    --Hand-held metal detectors may be used.
    --There will be no re-entry permitted.
    --No outside food or beverages will be allowed.
    --Loitering is prohibited outside of the facility gates and doors or in parking lots before, during, and after events.
    --Unruly conduct, disruptive behavior, or use of profane, obscene, or abusive language of any type will result in immediate removal from the event.
    --In the event of an emergency, attendees must follow all instructions provided by law enforcement or school staff.

    "These new measures are being put into place proactively so that our parents, community members, and school staff can attend events with the focus on supporting children in a safe atmosphere," said Osceola School District Superintendent Dr. Debra Pace.

    Upcoming Spirit Nights at Our Business Partners

    By supporting our Business Partners that do Spirit nights, part of the proceeds from that night is given back to the school.

    Monday, January 21st - Meat-n Fire At 1925 S. Narcoossee Rd., St. Cloud - 4:00 - 9:00pm

    Tuesday, February 12th - McDonalds At Boggy Creek Rd. and Narcoossee Road.  4:00pm - 9:00pm

    2018/2019 Proposed Districtwide Redistricting for HRMS

     Attached is a Document Outlining the 2018/2019 Districtwide Redistricting Proposed Attendance Zone Boundaries for Harmony Middle, Narcoossee Middle, Neptune Middle and St. Cloud Middle schools Effective 2019/2020 School Year
    Click Here to Read the Complete Proposed Redistricting


    Parents Be Involved In the School Attend the SAC and Academic Boosters / PTO Meetings.
    They Will Be In Held The Media Center. 
    February 7th at 4:15pm, Academic Booster / PTO Meeting
    5:00pm SAC Meeting

    2018 - 2019 Superintendent's Parent Leadership    Cadre Meeting Dates and Topics

    4:30 pm - 6:00 pm @ IMC Professional Library   Building 2000

    February 4, 2019 - Elementary, Middle, and High School Curriculum and Instruction

    April 1, 2019 - Goverment and Labor Relations - Legislative Update, Special Programs / Parent Engagement

    Click here for to view the flyer.        






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