North Sanpete Middle School

PO Box 307

655 East 100 South

Moroni, UT 84646

Phone: 435-436-8206

Fax: 435-436-8208

"Make an effort, not an excuse!"


Educate, Prepare, and Empower students to be college and career ready.


Make an EFFORT not an EXCUSE!


North Sanpete Middle School’s mission statement states that we will educate, prepare and empower students to be college and career ready. We will help each student on their pathway to college and a career. We will do this by implementing new technologies that prepare them to be 21st Century citizens, educating them about our nation’s history and offering them real world application and career experience.

We will continue to keep our technology up to date in the classroom. We will continue to update our classrooms with technology in an effort to reach our 21st Century learners. As each student is issued an iPad it will be in our hands to help them discover how this educational tool can be effectively used to learn. We will continue to reach students in new ways. Students will learn to find, filter and apply. This will be done by understanding how to find information, filter what is applicable and then apply it to their learning and knowledge.

Students will leave North Sanpete Middle School with a deeper understanding of what it means to be a citizen of this great country. We will have 75% of our students passing the state required civics test before they move on to high school. They will know what it takes to be a contributing member of society and their future role in our economy.

Students will understand how each of their classroom subjects are applicable to their future daily lives. They will have opportunities to participate in job shadow activities, leadership experiences, field trips, in-classroom experimentation, research projects, reading activities that will apply their knowledge to real world scenarios. They will participate in our College and Career Awareness activities that will teach them applicable skills to be ready for the real world.

As we see these efforts through to fruition we will see students more prepared to enter high school, move on to college and on to careers contributing to our great society. It is our commitment to educate, prepare and empower students to be college and career ready.

Celebrations, Celebrations, Celebrations!

We began in the South Hallway today to celebrate our students for their Q2 achievements. During 7th period 4.0 GPA students received a drink from Shalan's (a huge thank you to them for that donation!), a certificate, a package of fun size candy bars, a front of the line lunch pass, and had their locker decorated! Students who made the honor roll with a 3.5 GPA or higher received a certificate, a package of fun size candy bars, a front of the line lunch pass, and also had their lockers decorated! Finally, the students who would have qualified for our normal end of quarter trip (grades of C or higher with four absences or less, not covid absences, and good citizenship) received a package of fun size candy bars and a front of the lunch line pass. We celebrated in front of their peers and 7th period teachers, delivered drinks, applauded, took pictures, and shared them on our social media and our website. Please know that if your student who qualified noticed their friend's celebration goodies and didn't receive any today we will celebrate with the other half of the school in the North Hallway tomorrow during 7th period. Congratulations to all who earned a celebration! We had 49 students with a 4.0 GPA in Q2, 148 students with honor roll distinction, and 205 who qualified for the end of quarter trip candy! Please celebrate with your student at home. They deserve it. It takes good attendance, effort, determination, grit, and a consistent positive attitude to have this kind of academic success. Parents, thank you for your beautiful, smart children and sharing them with us.

Sincerely, Administration, Faculty, and Staff of North Sanpete Middle School

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% of NSMS teachers on an LEA Specific License = 9.52% (2 out of 21)