6:00 PM PTO Meeting
6:30 PM - 7:15 PM Back to School Showcase
4:00 PM - 6:00 PM Employee Coffee with the Superintendent
Northmoor students returned to school on Wednesday with a warm welcome from our local fire department. Students were greeted with high fives and handshakes as they entered the building for the 2017-2018 school year. The start of a school year can be hard for parents, especially parents with kindergarten students. That is why Northmoor hosted its first "Boo Hoo Breakfast". Parents were invited to the cafeteria for breakfast after they said good bye to their little ones. Parents were able to meet one another and show support as their children start the school year.
Northmoor students prepared for the school year with two exciting events. These events included a "Back to School Supply Event" at Living Hope Lutheran Church. The congregation generously provided school supplies for Northmoor students. We appreciate the church's generosity! It was a great event where families could visit together, enjoy refreshments, and gear up for a great school year! In addition, students were able to come to school the day before the start of the year for an "Unpack your Backpack" event. Students were able to drop off supplies and meet their teacher. It was great to see so many families in attendance!
Please join us for the first PTO Meeting of the year on Monday, August 28th at 6:00 pm. Meetings will be held in the school cafeteria. There are plenty of ways to get involved. Our PTO has already been busy organizing events for the year! Join us to find out how you can support your student and our school. Hope to see you there!
Parents please remember Northmoor follows the district uniform policy. This policy is to be followed at all times by our students. We are noticing more and more students not in compliance with the policy. After the first dress code offense, a note will be sent home about the infraction and the student will change into the appropriate uniform attire at school. After the second offense, a parent will be called and asked to bring the appropriate attire for the student. Please click on the headline for a complete description of acceptable uniform attire. We appreciate your support with this effort!
Northmoor is a "Nut-Free School." We do not allow/offer peanut or peanut by-products in our school. Please note that we have recently enrolled students who have severe allergic reactions to peanut butter, tree-nuts, and other nut by-products. Reactions to the smell or inadvertent consumption of peanut butter can range from mild allergic reactions to serious harm or even fatal results. Students, who are not allergic, are asked to never bring peanut butter/ by-products to school. Under no circumstances are treats, candies, or snacks brought into the school or classroom to contain peanut or nut by-products. On behalf or our students who allergic to nuts, we are sincerely grateful for your anticipated cooperation with this safety policy.
This week, Northmoor raised more than $1100 to donate to Easter Seals! The student from the winning class who donated the most money got to throw a pie in Mrs. Stockman's (Principal) face. Mrs. Henderson's class raised $114 and Jackson Saylor was the lucky winner to throw the pie in Mrs. Stockman's face.
Mrs. Crowson and her 4th grade class reached out to the Daarul Uloom Islamic School's staff and students to offer words of encouragement after the vandalism incident occurred at their school. The fourth grade students at Northmoor made cards to show care, empathy, and support for the school while discussing diversity, respect, and acceptance we should have for one another. The students from Daarul Uloom then wrote back to express their gratitude and appreciation. Mrs. Farghaly and Mrs. Alqudah were honored to deliver the cards to Mrs. Crowson's class to express their appreciation. Click on the headline to see more pictures.