Color My World recently hosted a 5k Color Run for Mental Health Awareness at Northville High School. The money raised at the event will go toward different outreaches that the club puts on throughout the school year.Uploaded Sep 21, 2022
More than 500 Northville 3rd graders took over Mill Race Village and the downtown area to celebrate our heritage which began in 1867. The 3rd graders were able to watch historical reenactments by some of our high school student volunteers, play field games at Ford Field, listen to an animated storyteller and magician and a fan favorite was the high school acapella group's performance at Genitti's. An interactive history lesson right at our fingertips.
More than 600 Northville Public School staff members filed into the Northville High School auditorium for this year's staff Welcome Back event.
Each school sat together donning their school apparel. Our new Superintendent, Dr. RJ Webber, filled the room with excitement, inspiration, and gratitude. Dr. Webber recognized those staff members who have worked for more than 20 years and beyond. And then there's our high school band director who has been teaching for 49 years!
The Northville Educational Foundation shared some exciting updates to their Innovative Grants Program, Staff Giving, and Thank a Staff Campaign, which will be shared publicly soon.
The highlight of the event was when a group of our students took the stage to conduct a gratitude circle, where they shared what they are grateful for here at NPS. A perfect pull at the heart strings! Moments of laughter and tears. This is our WHY! They are our why!
After an inspiring Welcome Back session, it ended on a high note with the band playing the school fight song. We're ready to make 2022-23 school year the best year yet! We're ready for you students! Let's make it a great year!
New Superintendent Dr. RJ Webber stopped by Northville High School's Senior Registration Day to see all the excitement...and to ask some burning questions...Uploaded Aug 23, 2022 to Superintendent's Office
The Northville Public Schools Food Service Department currently has 30 job openings and they are scrambling to fill those positions before school starts back up. Right now, Ridge Wood and Thornton Creek Elementary Schools do not have any food service staff members. And the high school had to shut down a couple food lanes this past school year because they were so understaffed.
The perks include having the weekends/holidays/summers off, flexible schedules, the pay recently increased, and the team is amazing and the student smiles are priceless! Spread the word and apply today by visiting our website and clicking on the EMPLOYMENT tab.
Since 2009, the Northville Educational Foundation has awarded more than $250,000 in innovative grants to teachers and staff throughout the district. This year, Catherine Gibson, learning consultant at Thornton Creek Elementary School, received grant money for her project called Develop the Whole Child. This project focuses on helping students with social emotional learning.Uploaded Jul 14, 2022