For the past three weeks almost 180 district teachers and staff members, parents, community members, students and adminstrators have been involved in the development of proposed reductions and potential revenue increases designed to help the school district make $705,000 in budget reductions for the 2011-2012 school year.
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At their Feb. 14 meeting, the Northfield Board of Education reviewed the district’s timeline for the budget reduction process. Anticipating the need to reduce the district’s 2011-12 budget by $2,400,000, the district will plan to spend $1,700,000 of its fund balance to offset a portion of the reduction.
At the Feb. 14 meeting of the Northfield Board of Education, the proposed 2011-12 school year calendar, as recommended by the District Meet and Confer Committee, was presented.
Community Services is a division of the Northfield Public Schools. It includes…
After several months of development, we are proud to release the new Northfield Public Schools district Web site.
I want to take this opportunity to update you on the Northfield School District’s finances.
Dave Eisenmann, Director of Instructional Technology & Media Services at Minnetonka Public Schools, will be speaking to 6, 7 and 8 grade students at the Northfield Middle School about cyber-bullying on Feb. 10. Eisenmann will discuss Facebook and other social media use, texting, and internet safety.
Northfield author Mary Bleckwehl will read her new book, “Henry! You’re Late AGAIN!,” in each Hand in Hand preschool class on Jan. 31 and Feb. 1. This event will kick off a 30 day reading challenge, encouraging parents to read to their child every day for a month.
The 2010 Minnesota Student Survey results were recently released. The survey focuses on behaviors that affect the health and well-being of young people.