Two teachers from Northfield Public Schools have been honored as TIES Exceptional Teachers at the TIES annual Educational Technology Conference on December 15. Tammy McDonough and Amanda Heinritz were recognized for not only using technology to support learning for their students, but also encouraging colleagues to do the same.
Benjamin Bus will return to regular bus stops beginning with afternoon routes on March 18, 2019, for rural families served by buses 1, 2, 3, and 13 who had been assigned alternate stops last week. Please contact Benjamin Bus at (507) 645-5720 with questions.
At Monday's meeting of the Northfield Board of Education, the Minnesota Community Education Association presented Community Services with a 2015 MCEA Project Award for the annual Sports Special Sale, a scholarship fundraiser that helps kids participate in local programs.
Take a break from the hustle and bustle of the holidays to enjoy a fun-filled night for families with young children. Join in the second annual Jingle Jam event, from 6 – 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, Dec. 17, at the Northfield Community Resource Center (NCRC) youth wing.
The Community Services winter/spring brochure is now viewable online. Registration opened Friday, Dec. 11.
Northfield Middle School’s student-run bookstore, The Tattered Pages, is now accepting donations for the upcoming ninth annual Holiday Shopping Extravaganza.
The calendar for the 2016-2017 school year was approved by the Northfield Board of Education in October.
American Education Week presents all people with a wonderful opportunity to celebrate public education and honor individuals who are making a difference in ensuring that every child receives a quality education.
Northfield Public Schools would like to hear what you think about our schools and to better understand what is important to you, both in our schools and in the District.
Emergency Situation Follow UpClick the links below to review the follow up message sent to District families and staff about the emergency situation in Northfield on October 20th.
More than 60 local youth will take the stage this weekend, along with professional actors from Prairie Fire Children’s Theatre, to perform the company's version of the classic American tale, "The Wizard of Oz."