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November 3, 2014
November 3, 2014
November 3, 2014
November 5, 2014
November 6, 2014
Volley Against Violence
Volleyball teams are teaming up with WISE to raise awareness about domestic violence. The volley against violence game is Oct. 27. JV begins at 5:30p with varsity to follow. Donations will be collected at the game. Come and support our students and this worthy cause.
3rd Grade Students Experience Camp Newaygo
All third grade students attended a field trip to Camp Newaygo in October and participated in the G3 program (Get Outside, Get Environmental, Go Green!). Students spent the entire day outdoors learning content connected to science and social studies curriculum such as animal adaptations, natural resources, the water cycle, and the lumberjack era.
Independent Bank Student-Athletes of the Month
Each month, two different seniors are honored. For September, the honorees are Andrew Polasek and Shyanne Jones. Congratulations & thank you Independent Bank!
Make Plans for the Choice One St. Nick Kick
A great way to get some exercise and participate in a community event. Details can be found on the Athletics Web Page.

Thank you for visiting our website.  NPS students and staff are off to a solid start.  Thank you to parents and community members who continue to support our efforts.  We want 2014-2015 to be a great year of learning for our youth.

Dr. Peggy A. Mathis, Superintendent

Smiles and Technology
I had the opportunity to attend the annual 1st grade Grandparent’s Day at Vera Wilsie Elementary school, which is a program...
I Like to Help People
This week, I was alerted to the fact that one of our very own 4th grade students at Velma Matson Upper Elementary had started...
This is Hard, But I Know I Can Do It
I tried to visit most of the classrooms this week as we kicked off the 2014-2015 school year.  In making rounds at the Upper...
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