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  • PTA Fundraiser

    Help support the Neal Middle School PTA by buying custom tumblers and cups through our fundraiser!

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  • DPS Foundation Grants Available!

    Grants are available to develop and fund innovative ideas from Durham’s students, educators and school communities. The DPS Foundation also seeks to learn about the ideas and funding needs from our school communities through these pilot grant applications.

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  • SwingPals Promotion

    Sixth grade students just graduated SwingPals earlier this semester. Would you like to continue playing golf?

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  • SchoolsNEXT Winners!

    Please join us in saying congratulations to the Neal Middle School team for placing first in North Carolina and for the South East Region in the SchoolsNEXT competition!

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  • Protecting the Nest

    On Saturday, November 10, Coach Johnson and the basketball team got up early and cleaned the outside of the entire school. Coach Johnson is preparing our kids on a daily to take care of what they love and to protect the nest!

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  • Hurricane Relief Drive

    Neal Middle School recognized the impact that the hurricane had on many North Carolina communities. As a collective response, we united to launch our “Eagle To Eagle” Hurricane Relief Drive. We collected donations to support Carver Middle School and the surrounding community in Scotland County. Our drive will ran from October 1-26, 2018. We collected canned goods, toiletries, bottled water, paper products, and school supplies at Neal Middle School and delivered the supplies to Carver Middle School. Eagles rise!

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  • Breakout Edu in AIG

    Students in Miss Solesbee's Advanced Academics Elective class had an awesome time saving her from a zombie chicken attack with a Math Enrichment Breakout EDU lesson on Halloween! Students came in to find their teacher sick with a "zombie chicken virus," and had to answer challenging math problems about her condition to open lock boxes containing the ingredients to cure her! Miss Solesbee was so impressed by the way her students worked together as a team and utilized their awesome problem solving and math skills to save her life!

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