No After School Program on Tuesday or Wednesday of this week due to Parent Teacher Conferences.
about 1 month ago, Brooke Heiter
Attention
Our 6th grade students had interviews today for school jobs. Each student had to create a resume and fill out an application before interviewing. We had some amazing community members come in to conduct the interviews. It was a wonderful experience!
about 2 months ago, Melissa Johnson
waiting to interview
Havel
Doll
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WELCOME BACK to SCHOOL! Remember doors open at 7:20 am on Thursday 8/19. Please do not drop off students before then, as we do not want large groups of students gathering out front of the building. Please remember the pick up areas after school, a photo has been attached.
2 months ago, Emmet Rudolph
North Elementary Student Pick up
5th grade students got to enjoy a picnic lunch at Gullick park today!
5 months ago, Valarie Ihrig
Lunch
Playing at the park!
Everyone is invited to watch the 5th, 6th, and Jr. High band concert tonight! It will start at 6:00 pm at the Max. Come check out all of our student’s hard work!
5 months ago, Valarie Ihrig
Band practice
Some 6th graders participated in “Who Killed Humpty Dumpty” a mock trial. Then students had to write an argument about Roy L. Kingsman’s guilt or innocence.
5 months ago, Melissa Johnson
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5th grade students got to launch their re-designed bottle rockets yesterday! The students had so much fun learning about the scientific method, and they enjoyed having other classes watch and cheer them on! Thank you to Mr. Marintzer for being in charge of this project!
5 months ago, Valarie Ihrig
North students watching
Mr M launching rockets
5th grade students and their rockets
5th grade students and their rockets!
The shelving that goes in the school Greenhouse that Mrs. Heiter’s class asked for was delivered last week. Today Mrs. Heiter’s class, Mrs. Kannady’s class, and Mr. Marintzer’s class put the shelves together. Just in time for the summer grow program!
5 months ago, Brooke Heiter
Final Project
Learning how they go together
Getting all the pieces
Working together
Congratulations to Devan Johnson (who works with our Stars program), who graduated from SNHU with a Bachelor's in Human Services this past weekend. We are so proud of you, Devan!
5 months ago, Valarie Ihrig
Congrats to Devan Johnson!
This Friday is our Showcase Night! Students are excited to show off all of their hard work. Everyone is welcome to attend!
6 months ago, Melissa Johnson
showcase night
Yesterday the entire 4th Grade was invited to Steever Park to help plant a tree for Arbor Day.
6 months ago, Brooke Heiter
Arbor Day
5th grade students got to launch rockets this week! They have been following the scientific method to research and design a rocket out of a 2 liter bottle. Next, students will modify the design of their rocket and then will relaunch in 2 weeks to see if theirs can fly higher! 🚀
6 months ago, Valarie Ihrig
Mr. M talking to Mrs. Collett’s class!
Launching a rocket!
Today we celebrated April’s North Stars winners! Students enjoyed Subway Lunch Packs. A big THANKS to our local American Implement for their generous donation to help recognize our shining stars!
6 months ago, Brooke Heiter
Food
Donors
Winners
6th graders are hard at work on their showcase night project. Mark your calendars for May 14th from 2:30 to 5:30 to come view all of North’s amazing projects!
6 months ago, Melissa Johnson
models
budgeting
maps
models
Students enjoyed their “Book Tasting” during their Wednesday rotations in library yesterday. Students got to read short snippets of the book and then had to fill out a menu for the book! Students are excited to check out these awesome books!
6 months ago, Brooke Heiter
Book Tasting
Mrs. Heiter’s 3rd grade class presented at the school board meeting last night about their Greenhouse Project. Students were challenged to find shelving for the Greenhouse, and then had to ask for funding for the project! They did a fantastic job and the shelves are on their way! Good job kids! We are all excited to use the Greenhouse as an outdoor classroom!
6 months ago, Brooke Heiter
Inside the Greenhouse
Greenhouse
Figuring out the perimeter and area!
Presentation to the School Board
Sixth graders brought cereal boxes to school and used them for a project where they found surface area and volume. Then they had to convert pounds to ounces and find other examples of math from their box.
6 months ago, Melissa Johnson
students
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class
Sixth graders brought cereal boxes to school and used them for a project where they found surface area and volume. Then they had to convert pounds to ounces and find other examples of math from their box.
6 months ago, Melissa Johnson
What better way to celebrate EARTH DAY than by picking up trash around the school?! 🌍 🙌🏻
6 months ago, Valarie Ihrig
Doin’ work!
Picking up trash
What better way to celebrate EARTH DAY than by picking up trash around the school?! 🌍 🙌🏻
6 months ago, Valarie Ihrig