9.18.2019 ~ 4:30pm ~ Middle School Football at Girard
9.19.2019 ~ 4pm ~ 7th/8th Grade Girls Basketball vs. J.S. Wilson
9.20.2019 ~ 7pm ~ Varsity Football at Eisenhower
9.21.2019 ~ Marching Band to Medina, NY Competition
Eighth grade students recently had an opportunity to test their writing skills using a quill & ink as part of a lesson in their social studies class.
MIDDLE SCHOOL PRIDE KICKOFF
Northwestern Middle School students and faculty kicked off the 2019-2020 Pride season with a "Git Up" assembly on Tuesday, Sept. 10th. Mr. Swick reviewed the four pillars of pride with the student body and discussed our slogan for the year, "We are all pieces of the same puzzle." A special thank you to Mrs. Denham and Mrs. Wieth for making each student a puzzle piece that is placed above their lockers. To kick off the theme of "United," the staff performed the "Git Up" dance by Blanco Brown flash mob style to the amazement of our students who also joined us in the dance! We were definitely United! Thanks to Mrs. Timm for leading the staff in the dance and to Mr. Nagle for all of his hard work in organizing our Pride program for the school year.
NHS First Day 2019
High school students were welcomed back on Monday. Mrs. Thiem, HS Yearbook Advisor, captured special moments as they headed in to the building. A special thank you to Mrs. Thiem and Ms. Ogden for collaborating on the production of the video!
THE NEWEST FACES AT NWSD
Top Row (L to R):
Leah Bootes-High School English Language Arts
Julia Limbeck-Springfield Elementary Kindergarten
Christina Fair-Middle School Sixth Grade
Chelsey Linz-Northwestern Elementary Kindergarten
Second Row (L to R):
Alyssa Noe-Middle School English Language Arts
Michelle Verga-Northwestern Elementary Kindergarten
Amy Loveranes-Northwestern Elementary Title Math
Jolene Young-Springfield Elementary Kindergarten
Bottom Row (L to R):
Abbey DiPlacido-Northwestern Elementary Kindergarten Intervention Specialist
Deputy Sokolowski-School Resource Officer
Brandon Goetz-Northwestern Elementary Third Grade Intervention Specialist
Andrea Kobylinski-Student Assistance Program Counselor through Bethesda
WELCOME DEPUTY DANIEL SOKOLOWSKI!
Northwestern School District welcomes a new School Resource Officer for the 2019-2020 school year. Our previous SRO, Corporal McEnroe has received a promotion with the Erie County Sheriff's Department. Deputy Sokolowski is looking forward to meeting all of the students and faculty as classes begin next week. Be sure to introduce yourself if you see him out and about in the community!.
REVISED 2019 Fall Sports Schedule
BACK TO SCHOOL!
It's time to get ready for the 1st day of school! Important dates are highlighted in the video.
The 2019-2020 school calendar was Board approved on March 18, 2019.
Certified Day-to-Day Teacher and Emergency Certified Substitutes
If you are interested in working as a substitute teacher for Northwestern School District, please contact Kelly Educational Staffing, at (814) 350-2192. For more information on Kelly Educational Staffing, please see the link below to their website.
The Northwestern School District utilizes substitute teachers in all certification areas from candidates with a Pennsylvania teaching certificate. If you do not have a teaching certificate but have a minimum of a bachelor's degree, you may be eligible to be an emergency certified substitute teacher. You will need proof of a bachelor's degree in any field from an accredited college or university.
The Northwestern School District Board of Directors completed the 2018-2019 performance assessment on June 10, 2019.
Mr. John B. Hansen met the agreed upon objective performance standards as outlined in the document below.
What is Career Street? Hopefully your middle school or high school student has talked about this career exploration opportunity. This is your chance to...
Be a part of education
Be a part of workforce development
Be a part of Career Street
The attached letter explains how you or your employer can become involved.
Volunteers play a vital role in our district. As a reminder, our district requires certain clearances from our community members in order to remain in compliance with current laws and regulations. As a general rule, clearances are valid for five (5) years from the date of issuance. Please visit the links listed under Parent Info, Information for School Volunteers, to update your clearances. Feel free to contact the building office or the administration office with any questions or to check on the status of your clearances.
Keystone Smiles CLC-AMERICORPS is currently accepting applications! Positions are available for the 2018-2019 school year at Northwestern Elementary and Springfield Elementary. Click on the brochure (PDF) on the left for details about the program.
Visit the link above to apply.
The Northwestern School District, in partnership with its parents, seeks to instill in its students, high standards for academic scholarship, integrity, leadership, and responsible citizenship.
Northwestern School District, in partnership with parents and community, will empower students to be successful, responsible citizens whose work ethic and academic skills will prepare them for a continually changing global society.
...all students can learn, given the appropriate amount of time and instruction.
...a safe and secure environment must be provided for our students and staff.
...lifelong learning is crucial for success.
...students, parents, community, and staff are partners in the educational process.
...students benefit from diverse learning opportunities.
...the Northwestern School District is a community of learners that values every individual.
...utilizing current technology is fundamental and an integral part of learning.
...a comprehensive curriculum is vital for meeting the needs of all students.
...students learn best when they are actively engaged in learning.
...open communication between all members of the Northwestern community is essential.