• Return to Overview »

    Dueitt Middle School

    Dueitt Middle School was named for O. B. Dueitt, the descendant of a family that first settled in Spring around 1876. Dueitt’s five children went to Spring schools. He served as a Spring ISD Trustee from 1943-1965. The school officially opened in 1980 and has grown to have an enrollment of over 1,000 students!

Improvement Plan

  • At Dueitt Middle School we’re working hard to improve scholars’ academic achievement through maximized learning time, data-driven instruction, high-dosage tutoring for scholars who need it, and parent outreach — ensuring  all parents are informed of their scholar’s progress throughout the year.

    We call this having a culture of high expectations and it applies to all of our staff and students.  Also, because we understand that literacy is the foundation for all learning, our teachers will incorporate literacy lessons in math, science and social studies classes. 

    Homework here at Dueitt Middle School will consist of all scholars keeping a reading log to complete every night,  math problems to solve, and social studies content to review. 

    All of these things — plus more — will drive the way we do things here at Dueitt Middle School this school year.

    Key Improvement Strategies

    • Data-driven instruction
    • High-dosage tutoring
    • AVID Program  
    • Student data conference every six weeks
    • Open communication with parents and students about academic progress every three weeks. 
    • Enrichment opportunities for students outside classroom
    • Creating a culture of Reading
    • Improving our Reading/MAP, Math/MAP, Science, and SS STAAR scores
    • Increasing student attendance 
    • Increasing parents'/guardians perceptions of the campus

READING

Student achievement in Reading for Grades -6-8 will increase from 55% approaches to 65%.

MATH

By June 2020, student achievement in Math for Grades 6-8 will increase from 59% to 69%

SOCIAL STUDIES

By June 2020, student achievement in Social Studies for Grade 8 will increase from 39% to 49%.

SCIENCE

By June 2020, student achievement in Science will increase from 55% to 65%.

ATTENDANCE

By June 2020, overall student attendance will increase from 95.8% to 97%.

PARENT ENGAGEMENT

By June 2020, there will be an 15% increase in positive school perception at Dueitt Middle School.
For more information on our school’s transformation plan, please take a look at our full Campus Improvement Plan.
Parent Empowerment Week is scheduled for March 2-6. Parents are invited for a conference with their child and teacher.

Scope and Sequence

  • As part of our commitment to your student’s success, we want you to understand the scope and sequence of what they are learning in their core subjects of Math, Science, English Language Arts and Social Studies. Click on each grade level to see the big ideas and important concepts your student will be learning this year.

  • Crest

Principal

  • Stacy Rogers

    Mrs. Stacy Rodgers brings over 20 years of educational experience to her role of principal at Dueitt Middle School. Prior to being named principal at Dueitt, Mrs. Rodgers has most recently been the Associate Principal for Instruction at Spring High School. Under her leadership, Spring High School showed growth in student achievement. Prior to her tenure at Spring High School, Mrs. Rodgers was an English Teacher, Assistant Principal, and Associate Principal at Dueitt Middle School.Read More

    Before joining the Spring ISD team, Rodgers served as an English Teacher in Houston ISD. During her time with Houston ISD, she was appointed a grade level leader and was awarded a grant to provide reading materials to students with reading materials in their homes. Rodgers was also a teacher and administrator at an open-enrollment charter school in the Clear Lake area. During her time at the charter school, she was instrumental in the founding and implementation of the school’s charter.

    Rodgers received her bachelor’s degree in Psychology from the University of Houston with a minor in Sociology, and her master’s degree from Sam Houston State University. Her professional affiliations include Texas Association of Secondary School Principals.Read Less