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  • Northmoor Remote Learning Plan 2022

    In the event of inclement weather (snowstorm, dangerous wind chill, etc.), students will have the ability to learn remotely. This will give students the opportunity to stay engaged and help us to not have to make up the days at the end of the school year. * Paper packets will be sent home ahead of time which students may work on and bring back to school. Work completion and online engagement will count as attendance. *Log-on information is available for students to meet with their teachers in Microsoft Teams. Link with directions can be found by clicking on the headline. * Classroom teachers will hold Morning Meeting in MS Teams at 9:10 AM and will be teaching their regular classes in MS Teams. * Teachers will assign students to their teams in MS Teams and have included me, Encore teachers, SPED teachers, and support staff. * School devices will be sent home with students by parent request only. Families may use personal devices to connect with their teachers. * I will be at the school to troubleshoot streams or replace streams if technical difficulties emerge during a remote learning day. * Family Core liaison will make home visits if needed. If we anticipate missing more than 2 days of school due to inclement weather: o Devices will be made available for families to pick up or students to bring home ahead of time to connect with families. o Materials appropriate for extending learning (textbooks, dry erase boards, etc.) will be sent home with students by teacher discretion. o Daily communication with students and families through Microsoft Teams or a suitable alternative will be required for attendance! Mrs. Heider Principal, Northmoor Primary 309-692-9481 #34102 marlie.heider@psd150.org Click on the headline for a link to explain how to log on to MS Teams.

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  • Please Complete the 5 Essentials Survey

    The 5 Essentials online survey is open. This survey has been developed for all Illinois schools to provide feedback regarding school strengths and weaknesses around five identified components for school success. Parents that complete the survey can print the "Thank you for completing the survey" page to turn in for a free dress pass or screen shot it to send on DOJO. The survey can be accessed at: https://survey.5-essentials.org/illinois/?target_name=parent We value your input and appreciate your taking time to complete this important survey. Please click on the headline for a live link.

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  • PTO Meeting For January Is Cancelled

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  • Kids Heart Challenge

    Click on the headline for a live link.

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  • Peoria Public Schools will have universal masking at all of its buildings to begin 2021-2022 school year

    A universal masking protocol at Peoria Public Schools buildings was announced at the July 26 Board of Education meeting. Please read the Superintendent's latest message to families following that announcement.

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  • School Supply Lists for 2021-2022 School Year

    Please click on the headline to find out what supplies are needed for each grade.

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  • School Uniform Policy

    Northmoor's uniform colors Shirts - red, white, light blue or navy blue. Pants/skirts - navy blue, black or khaki. Please click on headline for revised uniform policy.

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  • Welcome to Northmoor 2021-2022

    Click on the headline to open the welcome letter for the 2021-2022 school year.

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  • Illinois Report Card information for Northmoor

    The Illinois State Board of Education (ISBE) released our annual School Report Card on Oct. 30 at www.illinoisreportcard.com. The Report Card shows how well our school is progressing on a wide range of educational goals.

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  • Northmoor is a Nut-Free School!!!

    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.

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Announcements

  • Our Mission ...
    Guiding students to grow academically and in character. 
    Our Vision...
    We take pride in educating all students and honoring their diversity while advancing their highest potential for success in a global society. 
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  • Northmoor School Hours:        

    9:10 A.M - 3:40 P.M.

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