155 North Main Street
Bristol, NH 03222 

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.

Message from the Principal

Hello 8 th grade guardians and parents!

Please find information below about both our trip to Wellington State Park and Class Night, both happening on June 15 th.

Wellington details

June 15th is a busy day for 8th graders. Immediately following homeroom, they will rehearse for class night until 9:30.At 9:30, students depart for Wellington state park. In addition to social time at the park, lunch and snacks are being provided.

We are fortunate that several local restaurants and business have donated food for the Wellington trip. Several parents have reached out to see how they can help with Wellington. Please see the attached flier for how you can help and reach out to Team Leader, Donna Ritchie at dritchie@sau4.org.

Students will return from Wellington prior to dismissal.

Class Night

Class Night will be held that evening.8th graders need to report no later than 6 p.m. The ceremony itself begins promptly at 6:30 p.m. The program lasts approximately 90 minutes.

For those of you who have never attended a Class Night, the event celebrates the transition of your child from middle school to high school. During the program, there will be a processional, recognition of your child, presentation of class awards, and speeches including a class speaker.

The event will be held in Kelley Park unless there is inclement weather. If there is inclement weather, the ceremony will be held in the auditorium at Newfound Regional High School (150 Newfound Rd. Bristol NH 03222).A decision will be made no later than that morning.

Seating: we will have several hundred chairs for spectators available on a first come, first served basis. However, families are welcome to bring their own lawn chairs if concerned about limited seating.

If you or a family member with limited mobility, we will have a golf cart available to transport you from the middle school to Kelley Park. We will be making additional handicapped accessible parking.

Parking at the middle school is limited. Additional parking is available along Main Street and the parking lot at Bristol Elementary School.

We ask that your child wear attire appropriate for a formal, academic celebration. Their attire should, at minimum, adhere to the NMMS dress code. Being mindful of the current fashion trends, students may wear spaghetti straps.

Following Class Night, the TTCC will be hosting a dance exclusively for 8 th graders. The dance will be held at the TTCC, starting immediately after the conclusion of Class Night and ending at 10 p.m. The cost is $5.

As we conclude the school year, we also want to make sure as many students are allowed to participate as possible. Students are not allowed to participate in the trip to Wellington or Class Night if 1) they are suspended out of school anytime between [today's date] and June 16, and 2) if they are repeating the 8th grade.

We are looking forward to the opportunity to celebrate your child as he/she transitions to the high school.

Please let me know if you have any questions or concerns.


Chris Ulrich

8 th grade Schedule May 22, May 23, May 24, May 25, May 26(Make-up)

8:00-8:05 Homeroom 

8:08- 9:18 Block 1

9:21- 10:31 Block 2

10:33- 11:43 Block 5

11:43-1:27 Block 4

11:46- 12:11 6th grade lunch

12:28-12:53 7th grade lunch

1:02-1:27 6th grade lunch

1:30-2:40 Block 3

NMMS Yearbook
Good afternoon students, parents, and guardians,
We are excited to announce that Mr. Peringer along with the members of the Student Council have taken on the formidable task of assembling this year's Yearbook.
Attached is a flyer for ordering a Yearbook.
Also, new this year is an option for parents to buy a yearbook for those without the financial resources to afford one.
We will also have hard copies of this form in the Main Office and with Mr. Peringer if you or your child would like to pick one up.
Yearbook orders must be placed by May 31st.
If you have any yearbook-specific questions, please do not hesitate to email Mr. Peringer at  jperinger@sau4.org

Community Closet
The Newfound Memorial Middle School will be starting a community care closet called The Bear Essentials.
This amazing resource will be available at no cost to all students. All clothing and shoes are in gently used condition.
Personal care items are all new.
This is a free resource provided for students and their families who are experiencing hardships with food insecurity, personal care items, and clothing.
Donations are accepted by contacting Kellie Jenkins  kjenkins@sau4.org and Jenn Kastick  jkastick@sau4.org or calling 603-744-8162.

Items in need:  all sizes of clothing for teens (any season)--sweatpants, sweatshirts, leggings, jeans, shorts, long and short-sleeve shirts, sweaters, athletic gear, deodorant, facial cleanser, floss, toothpaste, toothbrushes, soap, shampoo/conditioner, water bottles, chapstick, hair ties, hand cream, brushes, combs, winter hats, gloves, boots, coats, socks, shoes, sneakers.


Chris Ulrich


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Practice/Games 5/31

Track - Season Completed

Softball - Season Complete

Baseball - Practice 4:30-6pm