At Memorial Middle School, we support relationships that develop personal responsibility, respect, trust, and creating a safe learning environment. We engage students in developing leadership skills that promote college and career readiness and lifelong learning by using innovative technology and research-proven strategies. Our students make great strides in learning focusing on how they learn best. Memorial Middle School students have access to tablets to use during the school day and at home as they continue learning outside our building.
Our after school robotics program provides students with hands-on learning in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. Robotics gives students the opportunity to use their knowledge and imagination to dream big and create something new. With 3D modeling and computer-aided design, our students build drones, underwater robots, quad-flyers, and more.
AT Memorial Middle SCHOOL, STUDENTS CAN:
Engage in self-paced, self-directed learning in 21st century classrooms;
Work with their teachers and peers to develop content mastery in their learning programs; and
Learn and grow in a forward-thinking school community that is using technology to transform teaching and learning.
Timothy Maxeiner received his B.S. in education from Northeastern State University and his masters in educational leadership from Southern Nazarene University. He started his career working as a physical education teacher and head boys basketball coach at East Central Junior High. In 2015, he moved to Thoreau Demonstration Academy as the physical education teacher, eventually moving up to athletic director and then dean of students before bringing his leadership skills to Webster Middle School where he served as assistant principal before coming to Memorial Middle School.