Middle School News

List of 5 news stories.

  • NA Students Support Hurricane Relief Efforts

    NA students learn firsthand about the importance of being active members in their communities and how to contribute meaningfully to society through opportunities hosted by the Community Service Council. From September 11-22, the Community Service Council will be running the first of many hurricane relief efforts (thanks to the leadership of Ms. Moroz and her work with St. Hubert’s Animal Welfare Center) – a Pet Supply Drive for the rescue animals affected by Hurricanes Harvey and Irma that St. Hubert's Animal Welfare Center is welcoming to their facility. Click here for the full list of needed items. Donations can be dropped off in the front foyer or the main entrance of the Middle School. NA students are demonstrating a generosity of spirit and showing compassion by getting involved and filling up donation bins throughout the school.
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  • Animation by Silvy Zhou ’21

    Silvy Zhou ’21 created this fascinating animation on “The Love-Song of J. Alfred Prufrock” by T.S. Eliot for her English class with Alexandra Mahoney. Silvy used more than 1,300+ layers to create the gif.
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  • Annika Inampudi ’21 Wins Scholastic National Gold Medal for Flash Fiction

    Annika Inampudi ‘21 won a Scholastic Art & Writing National Gold Medal for Flash Fiction for her epistolary story written as a bonus exercise for English class with Alexandra Mahoney. Annika will be honored at an award ceremony at Carnegie Hall in June 2017. 
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  • June Term and Capstone Begins

    In a continued effort to provide Newark Academy students with as many interactive learning opportunities as possible, all Upper School students in grades 9-11 enroll in an intensive learning course, which has become known as June Term. Similarly, Middle School students take part in Capstone experiences, developed and implemented by our faculty as a way for students to finish the school year in an enriching way.
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  • NA Law Club Held Mock Trial for Middle School

    Each year, the culminating activity for Law Club is to hold a mock trial during the 6th-grade common period. This year's trial People v. Clevenger was focused on student search rights at a public school, referencing cases central to search rights such as Mapp v. Ohio and New Jersey vs. TLO.

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