Welcome to North Shore Middle School
To help develop each student to be emotionally, mentally, morally, physically and socially prepared to take his/her place in an ever-changing society.
The vision of NSMS is to prepare and lead the students of NSMS to be ready to enter high school with the skills needed to graduate in four years through rigorous instruction, and by offering classes where students can earn high school credit towards their graduation requirements while in middle school.
Skyward Family Access
Family Access is a web-based service that allows parents/guardians to view their child's information. Information available includes:
• Attendance records
• Student schedules
• Student grades
• General student information
New Student Portal Provides Online Access To Test Results
The Student Portal, delivered through Pearson Access, provides parents and students with online access to scores from the State of Texas
Assessments of Academic Readiness (STAAR) and the Texas English Language Proficiency Assessment System (TELPAS) assessments.
Specific information and how to access students' test scores can be found in English and Spanish here.
Each month, the district will focus on a particular character trait that our students should learn and use.
October: Compassion and Tolerance
December: Honesty and Integrity
Bully Free Zone
North Shore Middle School is a Bully Free Zone. Report any bullying to a teacher, principal, or staff member.
Bullies & Victims:
INFORMATION FOR PARENTS
What You Can Do to Help Eliminate Bullying
GPISD College Boot Camp coming up!
The 2017 College Bound Boot Camp will take place on Saturday, January 28, from 8:30-11:30am at Galena Park High School.
At the camp, students can take advantage of free meningitis shots with the attached permission forms. We will have FAFSA/TASFA help for seniors, as well as over 20 different workshops for students in all grade levels (they can choose up to four). We will also have a mini-college fair and prizes to give away.
NSMS 8th grader wins BEST OF SHOW!
Several seventh and eighth grade North Shore Middle School students participated in this year's Galena Park ISD Rodeo Art Show. Our own Cadance Smith, an eighth grader, won Best of Show for middle school for her color pencil drawing of a hen.
Her artwork and many others will be displayed for thousands to see at this year's Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo at NRG Arena and she will be formally recognized there as an award-winning HLSR artist!
She also has the opportunity to receive a scholarship from the Houston Museum of Fine Arts Glassel School of Art over the summer.
NSMS Traffic Flow Plan for Parents
With over 1300 students, NSMS has a plan for pick-up and drop off in the mornings and afternoons.
Buses (blue arrows) drop off/pick up students in the front of the school and parents (red arrows) can only drop off/pick up students from the side of the school.
See the NSMS Map of the school traffic plan.
Galena Park ISD hosts monthly parenting meetings
With 5 meetings throughout the school year at the Zotz Education Center, parents (and students) can benefit from discussion/participating of various topics. For more information click here.
Comcast knows how essential it is to have the internet as a part of your child's education. If your child receives free or reduced lunch, you may qualify for fast home internet for just $9.95 per month plus tax.
Expectations for Spectators at District Events
Galena Park ISD will immediately implement expectations for spectator behavior at all athletic events. To gain more insight into these expectations, please read the letter from Vince Sebo, Director of Athletics.
SEE SOMETHING, SAY SOMETHING
Galena Park ISD has set up an anonymous tipline for any student, parent, or employee who may have information that might affect the safety of our students or staff.