This winter we invited our school communities to share their thoughts about what we're doing well and where we can improve. Our goal is to gather feedback from our parents, staff, and community.
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All after school and evening activities are cancelled today (Friday, December 16) and all activities are cancelled for Saturday, December 17th.
Two teachers from Northfield Public Schools have been honored as TIES Exceptional Teachers at the annual Educational Technology Conference on December 13.
At the 2016 Community Education Conference, the radio show "El Super Barrio Latino" was awarded a Minnesota Community Education Association Project Award (MCEA). Project awards are presented to outstanding projects that have exemplified the concept of Community Education.
Northfield Middle School's student-run bookstore, The Tattered Pages, is now accepting donations for the upcoming tenth annual Holiday Shopping Extravaganza.
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.
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.
Keep a "very important date" this weekend with Prairie Fire Children’s Theatre, as almost 80 local students perform in an original musical version of "Alice in Wonderland."
One new board member and three incumbents were elected to the Northfield Public Schools Board of Education on November 8. Current members Ellen Iverson (incumbent Vice Chair), Rob Hardy (incumbent Treasurer) and Noel Stratmoen (incumbent Clerk) will return in 2017.
Learn how to help adolescents experiencing a mental health challenge or crisis, at the Youth Mental Health First Aid class on Nov. 5 & 12. Members of the public can register for free through Community Services or by calling 507.664.3649.