About 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. All four of his daughters taught in the Spring schools. His son’s wife also taught in the district. The school officially opened in 1980 and has grown to have an enrollment of over 1,000 students!
Our students are encouraged and inspired daily to explore their dreams and goals in life, many of which involved getting involved in extracurriculars. Our sports programs are WILDLY successful as students bring home the win day and night! Currently we are reigning champs back to back in cross country, we made playoffs in football this year, and our girls B Team volleyball placed as well! We are also a Recognized Unified Champion School as our students compete in Special Olympics annually, sponsoring events both on campus and off! Lastly, with over 15 different after school clubs, groups, and teams that meet Bi-Weekly or monthly students are kept busy with our diverse collection of After School Activities and our Performing Visual Arts programs!
In the 2017-2018 School Year alone our Band program was nationally recognized, our Choir program was recognized city wide, Theater was voted Best in District, and our Visual Arts program took Best in Show at the Houston Livestock and Rodeo Show, as well as straight 4’s at the Visual Arts Scholastic Event.
We take pride in our strong heritage and community support!
2017-18 Immunization Requirements
Immunizations are an important part of public health, and Texas law requires students to be immunized against certain vaccine-preventable diseases. Please be advised that students’ immunizations must be up-to-date before they start school.
A list of the required vaccines for students who will attend a Texas school in the 2017-18 school year is posted at https://www.springisd.org/immunization
Dueitt Middle School Will be a school of choice known for driven engagement with a collaborative community that meets the needs of all students in a collaborative learning environment.
Dueitt Middle School prepares students to excel holistically and transition into respectful, responsible citizens who are life-long learners.
You will need all of the following items:
Child’s original birth certificate
Child’s social security card (if available)
Updated immunization records
Previous year’s final report card and available test scores
Parent/Guardian’s Photo ID
Proof of residency (to include: lease/mortgage, water, gas, and light bill only)
Please note: If your name is not listed on the current bill/lease provided, you will need to have the person listed with you at the time of registration. Everyone must have a valid photo ID.
For more information, view the links on this web page or call Dueitt at 281-891-7800.
Above All, Students First.
We believe all students can learn, it's our job to develop the skill set to reach every child.