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Armstrong Middle School

Armstrong Middle School
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3805 Timberline Drive
Plano, TX 75074
Phone: (469) 752-4600
Fax: (469) 752-4601

Principal Melissa Blank
Assistant Principal Lucia Marinez
Assistant Principal Mary Hardin

Scott Pilgrim– 6th Grade
Kari Nodeland– 7th Grade
Kristina Tafur – 8th Grade (lead counselor)

School Hours 8:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
Enrollment 744
School Colors Orange, white and blue
Mascot Apache
Mission Statement

Armstrong Middle School will foster an educational community that builds critical thinkers, collaborative learners, and respectful, responsible citizens which will enable students to become productive, fulfilled members of society.

Directions to School

From Dallas North Tollway: Park Blvd. Exit – east to Shiloh, south on Shiloh to Timberline, east on Timberline to the school.
From Central Expressway: Park Blvd. Exit – east to Shiloh, south on Shiloh to Timberline, east on Timberline to the school.


2013 Distinction In Top 25% In Student Progress; AVID National Demonstration School; PISD Exemplary Writing Award; State of Texas Recognized School; Texas Successful School Award System Recognition of Outstanding Effort; U.S. Department of Education Blue Ribbon School; Texas School of Excellence; Multiple UIL awards for Band, Choir and Orchestra; Texas Exemplary Performance Award; Superior rating on school magazine; 7th grade Girls Basketball 2009-10 City Champions; 8th grade Girls Basketball and Track 2010-11 City Champions; PISD One Act Play Winner – “Best in Show” 2010-11; Multiple Art awards in first time Jr. VASE participation and PISD MLK Celebration award 2010-11.

Campus Programs

Archery club; Pop Choir;  AVID; Art club; AP Spanish; Athletics; Band; Cheerleaders; Choir; C.I.S. (Communities in Schools) program; Dress for Success; Environmental Club; ESL Newcomers Class; Jazz Band; National Junior Honor Society; Orchestra; PESH PAL; Poetry Club; "Read for the Fun of it" library program; Soccer Club; Speech and Drama Club; Student Council; Writing Academy; Whiz Quiz; and Yearbook Club.

**Students are encouraged to seek sponsorship to create student clubs.

Parent Involvement Opportunities

PTA; Apache Dads; parent volunteer program; Key Communicators; School-Based Improvement Committee (SBIC); Open House and Reflections.

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