Darmstadt MS (formerly JHS) History

Opened: 1987
Closed: 2006

The Darmstadt Junior High School building was located in the military housing area of Lincoln Village. There were twenty-two classrooms, a gymnasium/auditorium, media center, counseling/health offices, and administrative offices. For the 1987-88 school year the school staff consisted of a principal, an assistant principal, fifteen classroom teachers, four administrative support staff, five specialists (reading improvement, counselor, nurse, learning improvement and media), seven shared specialists (talented and gifted, social worker, occupational therapist, and teacher for emotionally impaired), and a host nation teacher.  There were 345 students in grades six through nine when the junior high was separated from the elementary school.

By the 1989-90 school year there were over 375 students in grades six through nine. There were twenty-three classrooms in the main building and five classrooms in the annex. The faculty and staff numbered forty-four, including two outdoor education teachers and two administrators.

By the early nineties, the school enrollment had dropped to under 300 students. The school became Darmstadt Middle School for the 1994-95 school year. The school now had grades six through eight. There were approximately 200 students. The school had twenty-nine classrooms. The faculty included six specialists and six shared specialists.

Darmstadt Elementary and Middle Schools were recombined for the 2006-07 school year.


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