Northville Public Schools has an incredibly dedicated food service staff and they have been put through the ringer this year.
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Northville CARES presents Youth Voices, a compelling conversation with teens about managing life as a Northville High School student.
Social Media threats, while deemed not to be credible, have created additional worry and concern for everyone in light of the recent tragedy at Oxford High School.
Northville Public School mourns the loss of life and student/staff harm at Oxford High School as a result of a school shooting on Tuesday, November 30, 2021; NPS remains committed to student and staff safety.
We are seeking input and feedback from district stakeholder groups as we begin to develop a plan for the most appropriate use of the funds to support student learning, mitigate the impact of COVID-19, and address the needs of students, with the parameters of the grant funds. There will be two informational/input sessions available.
Click through highlights of some of the happenings at NPS and what is coming up!
Northville Public Schools continues to meet the highest standards for accuracy of financial statements, accountability for use of federal and state funds, and overall financial stability, according to the report presented by Plante & Moran auditors at the Tuesday, October 26, 2021 Board of Education meeting. The Board of Education noted several key factors pointing to strong fiscal management of the District's resources, along with highlighting significant educational outcomes. Click for more information.
This letter outlines a change to our bus services that will affect most families in the District. It includes a new bus schedule that is important to review, as well as information about new bus stops for some families
On Tuesday, August 24, 2021, the Northville Public Schools Board of Education approved a modified 2021-22 COVID-19 Mitigation Plan, voting in favor of Universal Indoor Masking for students, staff, and visitors when community transmission of COVID-19 is at the moderate, substantial and/or high transmission level as defined by CDC metrics, with consideration given to our local community data along with county data. If our community moves into low transmission that is sustained for a period of time (i.e. 7-14 days), masks would be strongly recommended, but not required. The combined City of Northville/Northville Twp community transmission (seven- day average cases per 100,000 population) is currently in HIGH transmission, consistent with levels of transmission in both Wayne and Oakland Counties, after a sustained period of time in substantial transmission. The universal masking expectation will go into effect beginning on August 26, 2021.