News & Alerts

Junior & Senior Return Day

Juniors: September 3rd at 9:00am - 11:00am

Seniors: 
September 3rd at 11:30am - 1:30pm

Our Freshmen & Sophmore Return Day on 9/3/15 is designed for students to have a much smoother first day of school on September 9th.

Please enter through the Columbia Street entrance.

Bring a combination lock for your hall locker.

--You will get your Program of Classes
--Your ID Card if you are a new student at NEST+m
--Your locker assignment
--Your textbooks
--A Physical Education T-shirt

--------

 

Freshman & Sophmore Return Day

Freshmen: September 2nd at 9:00am- 11:00am
                             
Sophmores: September 2nd at 11:30am- 1:30pm

Our Freshmen & Sophmore Return Day on 9/2/15 is designed for students to have a much smoother first day of school on September 9th.

September 2nd at 9:00am
Please enter through the Columbia Street entrance.

Bring a combination lock for your hall locker.

--You will get your Program of Classes
--Your ID Card if you are a new student at NEST+m
--Your locker assignment
--Your textbooks
--A Physical Education T-shirt

_____________

 

6th Grade ELA 2015 Summer Assignment

 Located at the Resources tab.

8th Grade ELA 2015 Summer Assignment

Located at the Resources tab.

Summer 2015: Upper School Summer Reading/Assignments

 Located on the Resources tab.

2015-16 Middle School Supply Lists are Posted on the Resources Tab!
Orientation Day June 4, 2015
  • For incoming 6th and 7th Graders
  • For incoming 9th and 10th graders

  Please see details on www.nestmk12.net

 

NEST+m Ranked 7th in New York State

In their most recent review of America's Most Challenging High Schools, The Washington Post ranked NEST+m HS #7 in New York State and #142 out of 2300 top schools in the Nation!  

NEST+m K-3 are National Chess Champs!

This past weekend (5/9-5/10), the NEST+m chess team competed in the K-6 National Championships in Nashville, TN. In an outstanding performance, our 3rd graders won the National Championship in the K-3 division! In doing so, they proved that they are the top primary school team in the entire country. This tournament is considered more competitive than the Grade School Nationals held earlier in the year, since schools can combine their top players across grades. Our perennial rival, Dalton, brought 15 students to the section, while the Speyer Legacy School brought 10. We brought 5. The schools behind us include all of the top elementary programs in the country: Dalton, Speyer, Mission San Jose, Hunter, Collegiate, etc. You can see the team standings here

This is the peak result for NEST+m chess since I came to the school. I think it is also the best result in school history. I could not be more proud of Charles Hua, Davis Zong, Robert Shibata, Eric Tang, and Jordan Leung. The 5 of them have trained in my classroom 4 days a week, competed in weekend tournaments, and studied chess at home. Their victory is the deserved product of sustained hard work.

Thank you for your support of chess at NEST+m.

Matan Prilleltensky
Chess Teacher K-12

 

Orientation Day for 2015-16 6th and New to NEST+m 7th Graders!

A Must Attend Welcome Event for Parents and Students to the NEST+m Middle School for school year 2015-16

Student Events:
9:00am- Student Breakout Session... getting to know NEST+m teachers, courses, etc. (details will be provided at the event)
11:00am- Math Placement test
11:30pm- Auditorium with Parents


Parents & Students

8:30am- Principal's Welcome and introductions
9:00am- 12:00 noon Paper work - Q&A - PTA - etc...

This Event will end at 12:00 noon