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  • RISE Summer Camp

    Neal's RISE Summer Camp is back! Don't miss this free opportunity to sharpen skills and have fun over the summer. Applications are available now!

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  • Freshman Boot Camp

    Southern School of Energy and Sustainability Freshman Academy will be hosting the Freshman Summer Boot Camp on August 1st from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm. Click to register!

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  • Teacher of the Year

    Congratulations to Ms. Brittanie Howard, our Teacher of the Year! Ms. Howard is one of Neal Middle's 6th grade English-Language Arts teachers. Thank you for your dedication, focus, and love of our students!

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  • Neal is EO3 Ready!

    We are focused. We are determined. We are disciplined. We are excited. We are prepared. We are committed. We are EO3 ready. #RiseUp

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  • Digital Literacy Training Grant

    On Thursday, May 30, qualifying families from Neal Middle School completed the last of four digital literacy training sessions and received a free desktop computer after learning how to set up and use it at home. Click here to see pictures from the event!

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  • Spring Sports

    Neal's baseball, softball, track, girls' soccer, and lacrosse teams are all achieving great things! Check the calendar for upcoming games, and come out and support your Eagles!

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  • Black History Celebration

    On Thursday, February 28, Neal's staff and students joined with our families and community members for our Black History Month Celebration! The event featured a wax museum, vendors village, performances, dinner, and more.

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  • Alternative Energy

    8th grade students at Neal Middle have see a future powered by alternative energies. Check out some of the informational and promotional materials they developed!

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  • Congratulations, J'Naya!

    J’Naya Lawrence represented Neal very well as she did the introduction of Durham’s Mayor Steve Schewel and the young man that interviewed him at the Quarterly Convening of the Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation's Community Leadership Council (The CLC is a cohort of 20 of the most prominent leaders from across the state of North Carolina) here in Durham on Friday, February 8th.

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