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1/12/22 Updated COVID-19 Quarantine Guidelines for School Settings

The Michigan Department for Health and Human Services (MDHHS) has released updated COVID-19 quarantine and isolation guidance for K-12 school settings, in alignment with the recommendations of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). At its 1/11/22 Board of Education meeting, the Board likewise authorized administration to make adjustments to the Northville Public Schools Covid-19 Mitigation Plan based on the updated MDHHS and CDC guidance. Please refer to the attached letter for more detailed information.

Superintendent Search Update: Search Firm Selected

The NPS Board of Education recently selected Ray and Associates, Inc. to support the search for the next Superintendent of Northville Public Schools, following Superintendent Gallagher's retirement in June, 2022.

Happy New Year / Classes Resume January 3, 2022

We hope that each of our families and staff enjoyed a beautiful holiday break, and are welcoming 2022 with hope, health and a positive spirit.  The purpose of this communication is to confirm that we anticipate classes resuming as scheduled on Monday, January 3, 2022, and to encourage families and staff to be mindful of COVID-19 protocols as COVID-19 cases continue to climb across our community, state, and nation. Please click on the headline for important reminders of our COVID-19 mitigation protocols, access to COVID-19 testing and vaccination sites, January 2022 bus cancellation schedule, and inclement weather/snow day protocol.

January 2022 Scheduled Bus Route Cancellations

As we plan for the return to school on January 3, 2021, we are providing this update on our transportation program and scheduled route cancellations for January, 2022.   Given the available transportation staff, we are reducing the weekly scheduled route cancellations in January from 3 to 2 weekly route cancellations, through January 28th. We anticipate eliminating weekly route cancellations beginning in February, 2022. Please click on the article headline for more detailed information, including the January 2022 weekly route cancellation schedule.

Happy Holidays from NPS

We invite you to enjoy the voices of our early childhood students lifted in song, and a holiday message from Northville Public Schools

The Importance of Childhood Play

Two free screenings of Chasing Childhood are being offered to parents who are curious about anxiety and depression in children. Chasing Childhood is a feature documentary that explores the rapidly changing landscape of contemporary childhood and parenting.

12-1-21 A Message from the Superintendent

It is with mixed emotion, and a deep sense of gratitude for the opportunity to learn, lead and grow with this tremendous school community, that I notify you of my intent to retire from Northville Public Schools at the end of the 2021-2022 school year.

Social Media Posts / School Safety

Social Media threats, while deemed not to be credible, have created additional worry and concern for everyone in light of the recent tragedy at Oxford High School.

Gratitude / Safe & Happy Thanksgiving

We wish each of our families and staff members a safe and joyful Thanksgiving weekend, and the gift of gratitude and time with those you hold dear, and the opportunity to rest, relax and rejuvenate.  As a reminder, today (Wednesday, November 24, 2021) is a half-day of school for all students, with school/district offices closing one hour earlier than a typical day.  All Northville Public Schools’ will be closed for the Thanksgiving holiday on Thursday, November 25 and Friday, November 26, 2021.  School reconvenes on Monday, November 29, 2021.

Opportunity to Provide Input for Federal COVID-19 Funding

Northville Public Schools recently held two virtual informational/input sessions regarding funds that would address learning loss, and the ongoing impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. In this article you can watch the recorded sessions and provide your feedback through the ESSER III Survey link.

Seeking Community Input for Federal COVID-19 Funding

We are seeking input and feedback from district stakeholder groups as we begin to develop a plan for the most appropriate use of the funds to support student learning, mitigate the impact of COVID-19, and address the needs of students, with the parameters of the grant funds. There will be two informational/input sessions available.
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