Congratulations to the following students who participated in the PMEA Junior District Chorus Festival on Saturday.
NWSD Board Meetings
The Northwestern School District Board of Directors will hold the following meetings in December.
-Monday, December 5 at 7:00pm Board Reorganization/Voting Meeting at District Office
-Monday, December 5 at 7:30pm Board Study Session Meeting
-Monday, December 12 at 7:00pm Board Voting Meeting
If you wish to address the Board as a scheduled visitor during the voting meeting, please contact the Superintendent's office by 1:30pm on the day of the meeting at 814-756-9400. Unscheduled visitors may sign in upon arrival at the meeting and will be called on by the Board President at the appropriate time. Anyone wishing to address the Board is asked to attend in-person.
The agendas are available the Friday afternoon (by 4pm) before each meeting and can be viewed by clicking on the BoardDocs link in the Quick Access Links above (red section).
Voting is Open from November 1-25th
High School Language Department Activities
Springfield Elementary Kindergarten Celebrates October
Kindergarten students filled their month of October with lots of creative learning activities. Check out the highlight video.
The MELIA program at Springfield Elementary is off to a great start! Our students learned all things, SPIDERS, this past Saturday. They also created some beautiful fall pictures by using foil to paint during the after school program last week. Check out the photos!
2022-2023 School Calendar
WE NEED YOUR INPUT!
11/8/2021-The NWSD is seeking feedback from our very important stakeholders (YOU) to assist in developing the district's plan for the use of ARP (American Rescue Plan) ESSER III (Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief) COVID-19 relief funding. Please click on the survey to the left to share your thoughts.
Check out the latest Facebook post from NWSD
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.