This update includes information about the successful capital projects levy election, an update about the district's family engagement plan and the process to measure its success, Veteran's Day celebrations, an update about the Northfield High School facility discussion, a report and clarification about the SSIS social-emotional screener, and a board update.
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Northfield voters approved both capital projects levy questions on Nov. 8. Question 1 passed by a margin of 68.81%—31.19%. Question 2 passed by a margin of 58.34%-41.66%. Jenny Nelson, Ben Miller, and incumbent Jeff Quinnell won the election and will serve a four-year term beginning in January.
This update includes information about the capital projects levy election, superintendent quarterly meetings, a board update, and additional reminders.
This update includes information about our upcoming capital projects levy vote, community school expansion, an update on our family engagement plan, an invitation to meet with the superintendent, information about national school bus safety week, an update on our survey about potential facility improvements at Northfield High School, information about winter-related decision-making, closures, and e-Learning Days, and a board update.
Spraying for weed control will be done at building sites Oct. 19-Oct. 22, depending on weather conditions. Observe the posted signs and stay off of sprayed areas until they are dry.
This family update includes a reminder about our capital projects levy renewal and expansion election, information about how we use professional learning community time every Wednesday, a parent awareness item related to “rainbow fentanyl”, and a school board update.
This message was sent to Northfield School District families on Sept. 21, 2022, about other school districts receiving hoax threats. The Northfield School District has not received any of these threats. These hoax threats are serious crimes and those who make them are subject to criminal prosecution.
This message was sent to families on Sept. 16 sharing that there has been a resolution to the issue with Seesaw.
This family update includes information about the upcoming capital projects levy election, e-Learning days, a family conference update, an update about a community/voter survey, and a board update.
The following message was sent to parents of PreK-Grade 3 students on Sept. 14, 2022 to alert them to an issue with the SeeSaw app.