Angola Middle School is a school community that inspires the highest level of successful lifelong learners.
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The highlights from the Unified Arts team include: Mrs. Schlup’s A.M.S. Art Facebook page, the live Kettle-worx work out with a global leader in kettle bell training, Ryan Shanahan, Band concert, and the 8th grade Choir concert.
Earlier this year, we hosted our 13th annual Veterans Day breakfast and program. The Media Center involved students in the set up, sale, and tear down of our annual Book Fair. This enabled us to add 200 paperback books to our collection. Nearly 45 students are involved in two plays: The Audition and Anne-Arky. Tryouts and practices are taking place now. We want to thank Riley Peppler, A.H.S. student, for being our Yearbook Editor-in-Chief. She has volunteered her time to help organize and plan our yearbook layout.
Amazing things continue to take place at A.M.S. We look forward to this continuing in the second semester. A
Ann Rice, Principal
Angola Middle School
Angola Middle School
Angola Middle School is located in Steuben County in Angola, Indiana. We are one of six schools in the Metropolitan School District of Steuben County. There are four elementary schools that feed into this school. AMS is a grade 6, 7 and 8 building. This year school enrollment is at 689. Currently, 91% of our students are Caucasian, 3% are Hispanic, 3% Multiracial, 1 % African American, and approximately 2% are varying ethnicities. The number of students receiving free lunch has shown a steady increase from 25% to 44.0% over a five year period. This percentage has more than doubled since the 2000-2001 school year. The special needs population is comprised of 3 multiple disabilities student, 0 deaf or hard of hearing student, 14 emotional disabled students, 55 specific learning disabled students, 5 students with a language or speech impairment, 6 mild cognitive disabled students, moderate cognitive disability 8 students, severe cognitive disabled 2 students, 9 students with autism spectrum disorder, and 6 students with a other health impairment, which is15.1% of our student population.
Spanning 126 square miles, The Metropolitan School District of Steuben County serves the educational needs of Pleasant, Scott, Steuben, and York townships. Located in Steuben County, Indiana, we have a diversified economic base. Currently, the district consists of one high school, one middle school, and four elementary schools utilizing a K-5, 6-8, 9-12 grade level configuration. Average Daily Membership for the 2009-2010 school year is 3,037 students. Our average attendance rate is 96.2%. The 2009 Report Card shows a low socio-economic population of 46% and a 3.4% language minority population speaking 8 distinctive languages. We serve a special needs population of 14.3% with “individual educational plans” and a high ability population of 10%. The 2008-2009 pupil enrollment summary indicates a student population of 1% Native American, .4% Black, 1% Asian, 4% Hispanic, 89.6% White, and 4% Multiracial.
It is the policy of The Metropolitan School District of Steuben County to provide equal access to all employment and educational opportunities regardless of race, color, religion, national origin, creed or ancestry, age, gender, marital status, or disability.
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Mrs. Ann Rice, Principal
1350 East Maumee Street
Angola, IN 46703
Mr. Rob Bach, Asst. Principal &
Mr. John Buchs, Guidance Counselor
Ms. Marlene Ewen, Social Worker