After thoughtful consideration of this information, along with the remaining layers of mitigation currently in place in our classrooms and schools, the Board of Education supported a modification of our face mask protocol in our summer programs to provide for greater parental choice.
Please note that the supply lists are simply suggestions of helpful items and are strictly voluntary, as the Northville Public Schools provides the necessary supplies and materials for your child’s successful school experience.
We are using School Tool Box again this year. If you're interested in ordering your school supplies online, please click on the heading to get started.
Superintendent Gallagher shares an end-of-year message to the families, staff and community of Northville Public Schools, along with the June 2021 Northville Connections Digital Newsletter.
On Tuesday, May 24, 2021, the Northville Public Schools Board of Education reaffirmed approval for a full in-person return for all students PK-26 for the 2021-2022 school year. The full in-person return, detailed by grade level below, is a return to the typical in-person school experience. Please note that the District is not offering a separate full virtual option for families with NPS teachers as offered during the 2020-21 school year. The district will continue to offer the same virtual programming options that were available to families prior to the 2020-21 school year. Please continue reading for more specific information about 2021-22!
Northville Public School provides face mask update following recently released CDC guidance.
During the May 11, 2021 Board of Education meeting district administration provided a recommendation to the Board of Education for the 2021-2022 school year full return plan.
In case you missed it, click on the heading to see the kindergarten presentation informing parents on what to expect for their incoming kindergarteners.
The Dress Code was recently updated in the Student Handbook. Please click on the heading above to be linked to the webpage with the Student Handbook.
Back to school traditions…seeing friends, new classes and teachers, football games, marching bands, and so much more. As a school community, we look forward to a return to these routines and opportunities for students and families.