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Welcome to the 2019-2020 School Year!

NHS Freshmen Orientation

NHS Freshmen were greeted by high fiving and cheering upperclassmen and the NHS Drum Line during Freshmen Orientation.

Panel Discussion with Heather McGowan

Northville Schools welcomed Keynote Speaker Heather McGowan during the All Staff Welcome Back Kick-Off. Here she is during a panel discussion made up of Northville students, a parent and a teacher.

Amerman Hall and Office

Thank you voters!

The 2017 Bond passed! Buildings throughout the district will receive renovations. Visit the Bond Updates page.

Third Grade Heritage Festival

Third grade Heritage Festival

Northville third graders participated in an interactive Victorian experience as a part of the 31st Annual Northville Heritage Festival.

Students on inflatables at Hillside Carnival

PTSA Hillside Carnival

Hillside PTSA hosted the Annual Hillside that included inflatable games, a mechanical bull ride, caricatures, cake walks dancing and a dunk tank.

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1-27-20 NPS Letter Regarding Police Matter

In keeping with our district’s ongoing commitment to communicate with our parents and community members on matters of concern to our families, it is with a heavy heart that I inform you that one of our male high school teachers was arrested this morning, in anticipation of potential criminal charges.
NPS Logo with Sinking Fund Millage Vote 3/10/2020

March 2020 Sinking Fund Millage Proposal Community Forums

On March 10, 2020, Northville Public Schools voters will be asked to consider replacing our current Sinking Fund millage with a new Sinking Fund millage that will extend the current .9519-mill levy from 2021 to 2025 and provide for broader uses of the proceeds, including instructional technology and security equipment. The current levy expires on Dec. 31, 2020. The .9519-mill five-year request is a REPLACEMENT of the existing Sinking Fund millage and would NOT result in an increase over the current millage rate. School families and community members can learn more about Northville Public Schools’ March 2020 Sinking Fund Millage Replacement request at upcoming Community Forums/PTA meetings scheduled throughout January and February.
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