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Northville Schools CLOSED Tuesday, Jan. 17, 2017 / Update on Evening Activities

Please note that the Northville Public Schools are CLOSED due to morning icy road conditions on Tuesday, January 17, 2017. The Board of Education Committee of the Whole/Study Session (MASB Superintendent Evaluation Workshop) will proceed as scheduled at 6:30 p.m. at 501 West Main Street. Additionally, the High School Basketball games WILL proceed as scheduled, at home for Girls' Basketball and at South Lyon East for Boys' Basketball, along with the High School Gymnastic meet at Livonia Churchill. Varsity practices will proceed as communicated by coaches/NHS Athletic Department. All other evening activities are cancelled, including Varsity Alpine Skiing, middle school athletics and the Ridge Wood PTA Reflections Celebration.
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NPS Closed on Monday, 12/12/16 due to Inclement Weather

Northville Public Schools is CLOSED on Monday, December 12, 2016 due to inclement weather. All evening events are likewise cancelled on Monday, December 12, 2016, unless you receive specific notification otherwise from your coach and/or school.

Keep warm and safe. We look forward to seeing everyone back at school on Tuesday, December 13, 2016!
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12-9-16 Inclement Weather Protocols

With the first blast of winter upon us, we are taking this opportunity to remind school families, students, staff and community members of our protocols for inclement weather days. Please know that we do not make a decision to close school lightly. We value learning, and recognize the impact that cancelling school has on our students and families.
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An Important Message from the Superintendent

In response to questions asked by several of our parents, and in the wake of a particularly difficult and divisive national election and aftermath, I am writing to reiterate Northville Public Schools’ commitment to learner-centered school communities that advance learning and leadership within every learner.
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