On Saturday February 4th, the Null Theatre department competed in the U.I.L. One Act Play competition at Livingston Intermediate performing an adaptation of Sleepy Hollow. For the first time in the history of Null Middle School, the theatre department won 2nd place for best show and 1st place for best overall Technical crew!
The SchoolsNEXT Design Competition offers an opportunity to illustrate the kind of creativity that students bring to the planning and design process. The competition highlights the importance of well-planned, healthy, safe sustainable and resilient schools that foster student and teacher achievement and enhance community vitality.
South Texas Dental gave a great dental presentation on May 25, 2016, educating the students at Null Middle School about why good dental hygiene is important.
Congratulations to Colonel James Peace! He received the CAP educator of the year award.
Congratulations to Andrea Zamarripa and Vincent Tran. They were chosen by the "Do the Write Thing" Challenge as School Ambassadors.
Crowds of proud parents, educators and eager students packed the Fine Arts Theater of the San Jacinto College – North on Tuesday, April 12, 2016 for a special pinning ceremony.
On Saturday, April 2, 2016, the wonderful Civil Air Patrol (CAP) sponsors held a lock-in for their students.
On Saturday, April 2, 2016, the Null Middle School Book Club attended the 7th annual Teen Book Conference hosted by Alief Taylor High School.
Parent Engagement Survey
Sheldon ISD would like to take the time to get your opinions on the schools within our district. Below is a link to our Student Engagement Survey. Feel free to fill it out for each campus that you currently have a child enrolled in. This will give us the best feedback to improve our schools and our district as a whole.
The students of Null Middle School are getting first-hand experience when it comes to coding.
Congratulations to the following Null Middle School students for placing in various UIL categories!
On Friday, March 4, 2016, the Students of the Month from C. E. King High School, C. E. King Middle School, and Null Middle School were honored at the North Channel Area of Chamber of Commerce monthly luncheon. Null’s Educator of the Month was also honored.