The excitement for the Forensic students starts way back in December when we start talking about the upcoming season and start looking for materials. Nights in the cafeteria going through books, practicing lines and rehearsing movements soon follow from January through April. Then …… the finale arrives….. . . .
Fun Day Schedule Kindergarten, 1st and 2nd Grade: High Jump, Long Jump, Softball Throw 3rd & 4th Grade: Softball Throw, High Jump, Long Jump 5th & 6th Grade: Long Jump, Softball Throw, High Jump 25-Yard 3-Legged Race: K-6 25-Yard sack Race: K-6 . . .
2014-2015 Financial Aid Resources and Information Click on the link above to access a PowerPoint over FASFA. The PowerPoint includes the basic information regarding Financial Aid as well as step-by-step instructions on how to file for FASFA. If you have any questions about the PowerPoint or FASFA, please contact Mr. Kats at the school.
The Nutrition and Wellness classes recently completed a Beverage Project. Each student evaluated 5 different beverages based on their sugar, caffeine, calorie and essential nutrient content. The students displayed their results on tables in the hallway in an effort to educate the student body regarding the beverages they consume. Morgan found this project “fun and interesting.” She was surprised by “how much sugar and other things we put in our bodies.”
To apply for a position at Northern Valley USD212 please fill out the application at the link below. This application may be printed and mailed or sent electronically. Applicants for certified positions must also submit a letter of interest, resume, copy of their transcripts, and a copy of their license if applicable. Northern Valley Application for Employment
1st- Clay VanPatten, 2nd- Katrina Wilson, 4th- Tanea Speer, 3rd- Kenton Thalheim, K- Wyatt Compton
May 8 th , 2015 Dear Parents / Guardians, Well ….. we have finally arrived at that time of the year. We have one week left in the 2014-15 school year, and it is a busy one. For that reason, this will be the final newsletter of the year. Sad, I know. J The kids continue to do awesome on the track and on the field. Congratulations to those . . .