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Northwest Public Schools | April 23, 2018

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Note from the Principal

BRRR is all I have to say! I am ready for winter to be over! January has flown by. Parent Teacher conferences are already here. Yes, If you have not seen messages or communicated with teachers conferences are being held today and tomorrow from 2-8p.m. I would like to remind parents and legal guardians of the Family Educational and Privacy Act (FERPA). We cannot share academic information with anyone other than biological parents or documented legal guardians. While we value and recognize it takes a community to raise a child, we cannot share academic information outside these parameters—meaning stepparents, grandparents, siblings, aunts, uncles, boyfriends or girlfriends. We thank you for your cooperation with meeting the requirements of the law.

The the Scholastic Book Fair is coinciding with conferences so please head down to the Library and check it out! The best reading intervention is reading for 15-20 minutes daily. During these cold weather spells, what better way to spend time as family then reading a good book with some hot chocolate.

Thank you PTO for a very successful Movie Night in January. There were an estimated 150-175 people attended the event. Student Council did great job with concessions. They were overwhelmed with sales. We learned a great deal for future Movie Nights. They are considering an outdoor classroom area behind the school by the library. A Breakfast Buddies is being planned for March.  PTO meetings are held second Monday’s of the month at 6:00p.m.

On Friday, 1R hosted the District Quiz Bowl. One R had two great teams competing one took 3rd place. The “No Names” consisting of Cooper O’Connell, Andrew Pearson, Noah Croghan, Jaime Webb, Anslee Langrehr, and Annabelle Smallwood brought home the Championship. This was the third consecutive year 1R has brought home the title. Congratulations to both teams on job well done!

We are super proud of the growth our K-8 students showed in the MAPS assessments. Many students achieved their personal goals. Please be sure to ask teachers about your child’s growth during Parent Teacher Conferences. Many classroom celebrations are being held for reaching their class goals. Way to go Rebels keep up the hard work!

Please do not hesitate to stop in or contact us with any questions.

 

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