Free & Reduced Lunch
New Smyrna Beach Middle School Student Devices
The focus of the one-to-one device program at Volusia County School District is to provide tools and resources to the 21st century student. Technology within education should have one basic goal: to enhance and positively support the learning environment. Increasing access to technology is essential for our student's future. Please visit the district Technical Guide for more information about the program. https://www.vcsedu.org/technology-services/parent-and-student-technical-guide
Device Check-Out & Acknowledgement Form
To receive a device, students and parents must complete an acknowledgement form where you sign that you understand that:
Note that the form does request a driver's license number. This can also be a state ID number, passport number, green card number or any form of identification. Just indicate what type of ID it is on the form.
What is the repair cost for damage?
Tier 1 – Mild ($50) – charger, broken hinges
Tier 2 – Moderate ($125) – broken palm rest, broken keyboard, broken base enclosure
Tier 3 – High ($225) – cracked screen
Tier 4 – Complete Replacement ($500) Lost/Stolen (No Police Report)/Water Damage
SAC Meeting 03/16/21, 6:00pm
Please click the link below or dial the number below to join the meeting at 6:00pm
The link will be posted the day of the meeting.
This hotline is for technical questions related to learning resources.Monday through Friday 7:30 am - 4:30 pm.
School-Wide Supply List:
School-Wide Supply List 2020-2021.pdf
NSBMS Bell Schedule 2020-2021.pdf
Parents - please read the attachment regarding virtual courses for the upcoming school year for your student. Thank you
On March 29, 2016, the School Board of Volusia County adopted a student appearance, dress and uniform code for all elementary, middle and high school students. Read more...
The Online School Payments portal is provided to parents to facilitate payment for school fees for a variety of products and services. View
During and following an emergency situation, school and district officials must act quickly and follow established emergency protocols to safeguard students and staff, secure schools, and communicate accurate information in a timely manner. Parents can assist greatly by helping with preparation before the emergency.School Emergency Guide for Parents