Welcome to Strickland Middle School

Strickland was built in 1968 as the second middle school in Denton ISD and is known for its many traditions and legacies. The school prepares today’s learners to be tomorrow’s leaders through its strong academic programs and many extracurricular clubs, organizations and events.

Strickland students, family and staff believe in working together to develop a solid educational foundation. Students at Strickland can enroll in gifted and talented classes, career and technology courses, and even enroll in dual-language programs that build on English and Spanish language skills.


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    Basketball Schedule Change!!!!

    We had a late change to the schedule. On Thursday, January 26th all 8th grade games will be played at Ryan High School. As a result, all 7th grade games will be played at Myers MS. Please click to see the game start times so you know what to expect Thursday.

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    Strickland Middle School is a Common Sense Digital Citizenship Certified School

    SMS is a Common Sense Digital Citizenship Certified School. We believe: All stakeholders in Strickland Middle School will become responsible digital citizens who use technology safely, effectively, ethically and respectfully.

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    Common Sense Media provides GREAT parent resources.

    Ever wonder if an app, movie, website, or game is appropriate for your child? Common Sense Media makes it easy to decide with their great parent resources. Check out their website and their resources at www.commonsensemedia.org

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    FREE! Adult Basic Education Classes

    Denton ISD Adult Education & Literacy is offering FREE Adult Education Classes - Call 940-369-0400 for more information

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    Absence Notes

    You can now report student absences online via our online form!

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    Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety

    Due to the geographic location of our campus, we serve a large number of students who walk or ride their bikes to school. Please visit the following links and review the safety tips for pedestrians and bike riders. Regardless of whether or not your student walks or rides to school, this information will benefit all of our students in day to day life. Thank you for taking the time to make our neighborhood a safer place.

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    Naviance - Family Connection

    Naviance for 6th - 8th graders, a one-stop shop high school, college and career planning and readiness online platform that is aimed at getting secondary students planning and preparing for life after high school. Click here to begin using Naviance.

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District Announcements & Info

  • Intra-District Transfer Application Available: If your middle or high school student wishes to attend a campus that he or she is not zoned for, it is necessary to fill out the intra-district transfer form. The PDF file to apply for an intra-district transfer for the 2016-17 school year is located here. More information regarding transfers can be found on the Student Support Services website.

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  • Inclement Weather Policy: Denton ISD attempts to make inclement weather announcements no later than 6:30 a.m. when possible. Closing announcements are made on the district website and social media channels. For more information on the district's weather policy, click here.
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  • Information for New Families: Are you new to the district? Find out what school your child will attend with our School Finder tool before registering students new to Denton ISD with InfoSnap. Denton ISD is a fast-growth school district, and we're happy you chose to live within our boundaries!
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  • Tax Rate Update: Denton Independent School District adopted a tax rate for the 2016-17 school year that will raise more taxes for maintenance and operations than last year's rate. The tax rate will effectively be raised by 8.063% and will raise taxes for maintenance and operations on a $100,000 home by approximately $77.59. 

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