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December 6, 2014
December 8, 2014
6:30 PM
High School Cafetorium
December 15, 2014
6:00 PM
HS Library
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Spotlights
Happy Thanksgiving
NPS wishes all students and families a Happy Thanksgiving. There is no school for students on Nov. 26, 27, 28, 2014.
Independent Bank Student-Athletes of the Month
Congratulations to AJ Bays and Brea Goodin who are the Independent Bank Student-Athletes of the Month for November.
NPS Welcomes New Band Director
Katie Baynes will be joining the NPS staff as the new band director. Ms. Baynes is slated to begin on Dec. 1, 2014. Welcome!
Mrs. Franks 2nd Grade Students Create Gingerbread Community
La Belle de la Rivière bed and breakfast is having a Gingerbread House contest and invited participants from NPS to join. Mrs. Franks 2nd grade class collaborated on this project and made a little village. Be sure to stop by during the Christmas walk and check it out!
Middle School "Fill a Cart" Food Drive Successful
5th Grade Project Citizen and MS Student Council delivered 304 lbs. of non-perishable food and other items to Love, Inc., on Nov. 21. Thanks to Plumb's for loaning shopping carts to NMS for this project.
Hoodies for Homeless
November is Homeless Awareness Month. NPS is participating in Hoodies for Homeless. For the month of November, each school will have a box near the entrance to collect new or gently used hooded sweatshirts.
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.
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NEWS FROM THE SUPERINTENDENT

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

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This is Hard, But I Know I Can Do It
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