Principal - Mr. Christopher Ulrich

Assistant Principal - Ms. Trisha Lewis

Phone (603) 744-8162 • Fax (603) 744-8037


Newfound Memorial Middle School guides students to become positive contributors to the community.  Together, we provide a safe and supportive environment that fosters the Core Values and promotes critical thinking and problem-solving skills, empowering every student to achieve their goals.


March 18, 2024

Good afternoon, Newfound families!

Spring has spring- the weather is getting warmer and the days are longer every day. At NMMS, we are excited to have completed SAS writing (with many, many thanks to Ms. Taylor for her exceptional coordination).

Unfortunately, we have also struggled with two separate threats written in our boys' bathrooms. Each of these events was highly disruptive to our building and required the intervention of the Bristol and Alexandria Police Departments for their assistance in ensuring student safety. Here is the silver lining: in each instance, students stepped forward to notify us of the issue. This allowed for us to respond quickly and appropriately. These are learning moments for our students. Please continue to speak to your child about the need to "see something, say something."

Here are some of the things going on this week.

Allied Arts Night

Tomorrow night from 5:30 to 7:30, our Allied Arts department will be showing off student work. This includes student artwork, computer science projects, and a brief performance from our band and choir. Please use this link for more information.

Lead Testing

Per state law, NMMS conducted lead testing this school year. Two faucets were found to have lead amounts that exceeded acceptable levels. Neither location is used for drinking water. Please see this letter from our Facilities Director with more information.

Math Upsets Reading!

First, thank you for the amazing turnout for our winter NWEA growth ceremony. In reviewing the data, we noticed something extraordinary. 59% of our students were at or above the national average in literacy. This is two percent better than it was last year. However, the real celebration was in math, where 61% of students were at or above the national average. This is a whopping 13% better than last year, and the first time in living memory where NMMS math scores exceeded literacy. In science, NMMS is in the 67th percentile nationally, which is four points higher than last year.

We continue to be proud of our students and teachers for their ongoing improvement.

Celebration in Alexandria

The following message was shared by Ms. Wooster-Goodwin about a fantastic upcoming egg hunt opportunity:

If you are looking for something to do, Alexandria will be holding its first annual Easter Egg Hunt. March 30th is the date, the Alexandria Gazebo is the location, and at 10 am, kids will be running around our beautiful village, grabbing as many eggs as they can. Following the kids' hunt, the adults will get their chance! Yes, you read it correctly. The adults will be scrambling for prize-winning eggs, totaling a fantastic $3,000 in local certificates, merchandise, and services. The Easter Bunny will be present so bring your cell phones to capture a photo with this famous, furry hare. This event is free to the public and folks are bringing baked goods to share. So, tell your parents that the bunny is hopping to Alexandria! See you on the 30th, rain or shine!

Chris Ulrich


and all of the NMMS  sports events,
dances, early release/vacation days,
after school programs
will automatically be added to
your Google Calendar.

Thanks to students,  Miles Barney & Cylus Swain, for creating this screencast!

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