normandin middle school

Reaching Down Lifting Up
When it come to homelessness, there's no exercise better for the heart than reaching down and lifting people up. Our community is coming together to elevate the awareness of local homelessness on Friday, October 16, from 6 pm to 6 am at Normandin Middle School with One Homeless Night ...
One Homeless Night
Rev. David Lima, Executive Minister of the Inter-Church Council of Greater New Bedford, dropped by Brian's Beat to discuss “One Homeless Night….is too many” on October 16.
Area residents are working hard to build a rapport with local children in an effort to keep them in school through a program called SMILES (SouthCoast Mentoring Initiative for Learning, Education and Service).
Durkin Plans Forum
Following an apparent bullying incident this month at Normandin Middle School where a student was seriously hurt, Supt. Pia Durkin is planning a forum to discuss school violence.
Durkin says an anti-bullying program is stressed in all middle schools, but schools can't do it alone...
Student Assaulted
New Bedford Police have now released information about a fight involving two students at Normandin Middle School.
A teacher reported to police on Thursday she saw a 13 year old male student holding a 12 year old boy in a choke hold. The teacher yelled for the older student to release the boy, and whe…
New Bedford Middle Schoolers to Participate in Mock Trials
Potential attornies in the making will put their skills to the test tonight in New Bedford Superior Court.
Nearly 25 students from Normandin Middle School are taking part in two mock trials prepared by the Discovering Justice group. The students will act as attornies and appear before a real judge to…