Back to school traditions…seeing friends, new classes and teachers, football games, marching bands, and so much more. As a school community, we look forward to a return to these routines and opportunities for students and families.
In this issue: Board Appreciation Month, FAA Airport Design World Challenge Winners, Good News, May 4, 2021 Election, District Updates, Upcoming Events and more
An update to the November 23, 2020 letter regarding the official results of the November 3, 2020 Board of Education election. As you may remember, the fourth Board of Education position was tied between candidates James Mazurek and Kimberly Campbell-Voytal, each receiving 7856 votes.
The Northville Public Schools COVID-19 Dashboard, with a link to a more detailed NPS COVID-19 Case Transparency Report, provides up-to-date information about COVID-19 reported positive/presumed positive cases affiliated with NPS students and/or staff members and resulting quarantines. Northville Public Schools Board of Education approved COVID-19 Extended Learning Plan and COVID-19 Response and Preparedness Plan are also available online, along with documentation of the review of COVID-19 risk mitigation protocols by the Wayne County Department of Health, Human and Veteran Services.
The Technology Troubleshooting Document provides a listing of frequent issues and solutions for virtual learning platforms.
Find links to required Annual Registration, Free and Reduced Lunch Applications and Medical Forms to be completed by your doctor.
Ms. Erin Barney will begin this July as the Assistant Supervisor of Cooke School. Welcome, Erin!
2018-2019 School Year
The National School Lunch Program is a federally assisted meal program operating in public and nonprofit private schools and residential child care institutions. It provides nutritionally balanced, low-cost or free lunches to children each school day.
OK2SAY is a program designed to encourage Michigan students to share and respond to anything that threatens their safety or the safety of others. With support from Attorney General Bill Schuette, the Michigan State Police, local law enforcement, schools, the health community, and many others, there are processes in place that help students submit confidential tips regarding criminal activities or harmful behavior.