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Announcements

  • Thank you to Circle M Bakery, Bahama Bucks, and Stripes Convenience Stores for supporting our school and students!
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  • Please collect your Campbell's Soup labels and turn them into the office.
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Announcements

  • OOC
     

     
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  • Credit by Exam
    information is now online!
    CBE allows students to receive credit for a course by taking an exam.
    Click here for more information.
     

     
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  • Mustang | Silver Star | Star Teacher
    Recognizing students and teachers for outstanding achievements. 
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  • Free tutoring is available!

    tutoring

    Every McNiel teacher in English, math, history, and science offers free tutoring for students who need extra help.  Tutoring is done before and after school.  For more information and a schedule, you can contact the teacher directly.
     

     
     
     
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Headlines

  • Students raise funds to help DAV

    Camouflage couldn't hide the generosity of McNiel Junior High students and faculty. On Tuesday, November 11, students and staff members were able to add to their standard dress with camouflage items for a $1 donation. The camo day brought in $107, which was donated to Chapter 41 of the DAV. Students presented a check to Commander Joel Jimenez on December 12.

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  • Alcoa Howmet provides funding for robotics at McNiel Junior High

    Students who are looking into future careers in engineering and technology will soon have more options at McNiel Junior High. A generous donation made by the Alcoa Howmet Wichita Falls facility will put into place building blocks for a robotics team. Alcoa Howmet representatives Howard McDaris and Michael Kajs presented McNiel's Career Portals teacher Amber Houck with a check for $750 to start the robotics team.

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  • McNiel Student Selected As October 2014 Youth of the Month

    The Boys & Girls Clubs of Wichita Falls is proud to announce November Youths of the Month. Amaia Martin, of the Southwest Branch, has been selected as the Optimist Club of Wichita Falls Youth of the Month. Service clubs sponsor three age divisions. Kiwanis Club of Wichita Falls sponsors 6-8 year olds. Optimist of Wichita Falls sponsors 9-11 year olds. Rotary Club of Wichita Falls sponsors 12-18 year olds.

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  • McNiel administrators show their support for ALS through Ice Bucket Challenge

    The first day of school was a wet one for McNiel administrators. Principal Tania Rushing, Assistant Principals Summer Rollins and Jackie McCartney, and Counselor Jackie Wheat accepted the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge. The four administrators traded their schools clothes for summer wear to get dowsed with ice water after school in front of the building. Students and teachers watched as the four braved the flowing waters.

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From the Principal's Desk

  • Welcome to a new semester!

    Welcome to 2015 and what looks to be a whirlwind of a second semester!! It’s hard to believe that half of the school year is already behind us! I hope everyone had a restful Christmas break and enjoyed the time off with family and friends. With the second semester of school comes the annual testing season! The STAAR tests will be here before we know it. More information will come home as we draw closer to the testing months, but as a “heads up,” the first round of STAAR tests will begin in March. We will be encouraging our students to work hard in class, complete all assignments and be regular in attendance.

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  • Homecoming brings activities to McNiel

    Fall is an exciting time at McNiel and we have so many things going on that I thought you might want

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  • Great start to the school year!

    The year has gotten off to a fantastic start! Our campus is a buzz with activity and exciting events and we hope that you will be able to participate in as many things as possible with your student. We understand that often our students do not make it home with paper copies of

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