Robinson Schools

NMS first day a success

The first day for students at Nuttall Middle School was a busy one. Students met their teachers, listened to their principal, and visited several areas of the building to hear about rules and procedures in those areas. In the afternoon, students had some time to enjoy their first day back. Mr. Gallion and Mr. Dean ran our first intramural activity; a tricycle race between each grade level's advisory classes. Students also had snacks and extra recess time to catch up with the friends they haven't been around during the summer. The teachers all worked very hard to make the first day back a success.

Mrs. Hemrich explains new chromebook carts

Promotion/Retention Policy

Second semester is underway and a common concern I hear at this time of year is whether or not a student is in danger of being retained. At Nuttall Middle School, we monitor each student's grades throughout the school year. If they are in danger of failing, we notify the parent/s and arrange to have an ARP. ARP stands for Academic Remediation Plan. The ARP is established for students who make little or no academic progress to determine the problem for the poor academic record. Goals will be established to assist these students in improving grades. If the students do not improve their work ethic, an alternative education placement may be considered. We ask that parents attend all conferences regarding the progress of their children. It is most beneficial for the parents to communicate with teachers at the first sign of academic difficulty. Students have a better chance of correcting poor study habits if their parents participate in conferences and set up firm and consistent guidelines for the completion of work at home. Students failing one core subject will not be retained. Students failing two or more core subjects will be considered for retention. The decision to promote a student to the next grade level is based on successful completion of the curriculum, attendance, performance on standardized tests, and other testing. A student will not be promoted based upon age or any other social reason not related to academic performance. The ultimate decision for retention rests with the building principal. If you have further questions about promotion or retention, I would encourage you to contact Mrs. Catt or myself at 544-8616.

Thanks for taking the time to read this message,

Craig Beals 

NMS Assistant Principal

Nuttall Middle School Office


Welcome to Nuttall Middle School.

I am very pleased to be the principal of Nuttall Middle School. I feel blessed to work with an outstanding staff and we all look forward to working with our students this school year. Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions about NMS. - Principal Craig Beals

Mission Statement: Robinson CUSD #2 will provide a pathway that leads to the success of every student.

Vision Statement: Students of Robinson CUSD #2 schools will have the skills needed to be successful and productive citizens in a constantly changing, diverse world. 

Robinson High School
2000 North Cross Street
Phone: (618) 544-9510
Fax: (618) 544-7921
Principal: Victoria McDonald

Nuttall Middle School
400 West Rustic Street
Phone: (618) 544-8618
Fax: (618) 544-5304
Principal: Craig Beals

Lincoln Grade School
301 East Poplar Street
Phone: (618) 544-3315
Fax: (618) 544-4136
Principal: Kathy Bemont

Washington Elem. School
507 West Condit Street
Phone: (618) 544-2233
Fax: (618) 544-5502
Principal: Jason Stark

Community Unit #2
1301 North Allen Street
Phone: (618) 544-7781
Fax: (618) 544-9284
Superintendent: Josh Quick
Community Unit School District #2 


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