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Period Start End
0 8:25 8:31
1 8:31 9:19
2 9:21 10:09
Recess 10:09 10:17
3 10:19 11:07
4 11:09 11:57
5 11:59 12:47
Lunch 12:47 1:24
6 1:16 2:14
7 2:16 3:04



Minimum Day Schedule


Period Start End
0 8:25 8:31
1 8:31 9:01
2 9:03 9:33
3 9:35 10:05
Recess 10:05 10:15
4 10:15 10:45
5 10:47 11:17
6 11:19 11:49
7 11:51 12:21

Dress Code

Middle schoolers will be expected to dress in ways that will garner respect of them as leaders of the campus.  Clothing that covers all undergarments are expected daily.  Shorts and skirts may not be shorter the palm of the child when hands are placed at side.  Midriffs cannot be visible.

Children who dress in ways that do not meet the dress code will be asked to change into "loaner" clothes provided at the discretion of the principal.  

After-School Sports

Nesbit School participates in Art Davis Activity League for sports. Carpools of families participating will be encouraged.  Contact for more information.


Fall Sports

Flag Football 

Girls Volleyball


Winter Sports:  

Boys Basketball

Girls Basketball


Spring Sports

Basketball Clinic

Service Projects

All middle school students will be asked to complete a service project consisting of 10 hours of work designed to improve the community or world with which we live in.  By the end of the project, students will be able to say with confidence, "I make a difference!" because they will have found a way to serve our community or world in a positive way.

Need an idea for a service project?  Click here.

6th - 8th Grade

A Day in the Life of a 6th Grader

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2018-2019 Seminars

Beginning with the 2018-2019 school year, children will participate in a seminar block that will be multiage.  Rather than be limited to grade level specific choices, children will make interest based choices for seminars that are open to all middle schoolers.

Students may take one of two paths -- either a trimester course path or a year long course path.  

Trimester Seminars Year Long Seminar

Executive Functioning (6th grade)
Intro to Computers (6th grade)

Forensic Science

Speech and Debate
Digital Photography

Spanish (open to 7th and 8th graders)


Chrome Books

Nesbit Middle School Students will be issued a Chromebook for use both at school and at home.  Once assigned to a child, the Chromebook will become the responsibility of that child through 8th grade.  Children will take their Chromebooks home daily and are expected to bring their Chromebook to school every day fully charged and ready for use.  Children are expected to use the Chromebook in accordance with BRSSD's Technology Use Agreement as well as Nesbit's Technology Use Agreement.  Broken and lost Chromebooks will not be replaced.  Therefore, children are highly encouraged to take the utmost of care with these Chromebooks.  Should a Chromebook become unusable, the responsible child will no longer have access to a Chromebook at home.  However, they will still have access to a Chromebook while at school.  Upon graduation from 8th grade, the Chromebook will be returned to Nesbit School.

Leadership Opportunities for Middle Schoolers

As the leaders of the campus, middle schoolers will have the following leadership opportunities:

  • Student Council
  • Conflict Managers

Details for each of these opportunities will be shared with students at the start of the school year.

Student Council

Student Council members are responsible for working with both the staff and administration of Nesbit School. They:

  • Prepare and work at school activities (school events, community service, etc)
  • Develop and implement fundraisers
  • Support Student Council committees to help raise school spirit  

Responsibilities for Student Council members:

  • Must attend all lunchtime meetings
  • Participate in all Student Council activities
  • Be available to come in before/after school at times for Student Council activities

The following are guidelines for acceptance in Student Council:

  • Must be a middle school student
  • Good academic standing as confirmed by classroom teacher
  • Display leadership qualities
  • The ability to work with others
  • Possess the desire to make Nesbit School a better place!

School Loop

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7th Grade Immunization Requirements

All 7th graders are required to have the following vaccines prior to the start of the first day of school:

  • Required:  1 dose of Tdap
  • Required:  2 doses of measles-containing vaccine
  • Encouraged:  Meningococcal and HPV


6-8th Team

Homework Expectations

* Chrome book will travel between home and school daily

* 30 minutes of reading per night

* 15 minutes quick write per night

* 20 minutes math per night

* 20 minutes science twice a week

* 20 minutes social studies twice a week

* 10 minutes of typing practice per night

Projects and assignments will not be assigned over vacations.  Reading and quick write are required over all vacations.

Physical Education

P.E. Program

Students will be exposed to various physical education units such as introduction to hockey, volleyball, and soccer.  6th grade students will have physical education for a total of 200 minutes every 10 days.  7th and 8th grade students will have physical education for a total of 400 minutes every 10 days.  Additionally, children's core cardiovascular and muscular strength will be extensively developed.  Children will be challenged to achieve "Teal Trunks" status.  Upon passing four strength and endurance criteria, as well as having strong positive sportsmanship behavior, children will be awarded a "Teal Trunks" as recognition of their hard work.  Children will be given the opportunity to achieve "Teal Trunks" status twice a year.


Criteria for achieving "Teal Trunks" status are aligned to Ralston Middle School's Gold Trunks program. 

  6th 7th 8th
Mile 6:50 6:20 6:05
Sit ups/min. 48 50 52
Push Ups 18 20 22
Pull Ups 2 3 5
Sportsmanship positive positive positive


  6th 7th 8th
Mile 7:20 7:10 6:55
Sit ups/min. 44 46 48
Push Ups 16 18 19
Flex arm hang 17 sec. 18 sec. 19 sec.
Sportsmanship positive positive positive