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Spring Break

Spring Break

Reminder: Today is an Early Release day. There is NO SCHOOL next week for Spring Break. Classes resume on March...

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Order Your Yearbook!

Order Your Yearbook!

Click this link: Order Your Yearbook Online and use code: 6003117 Students who pre-order will receive their yearbooks...

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History Fair Winners

History Fair Winners

Northport was well represented in the History Fair awards ceremony held recently at Fort Pierce Central. Congratulations to: Matthew Pinto who won First Place for an Individual Documentary. Paris Cook-Troynel who won Third Place for an Individual Documentary. Brandon Quijada and Brianne Yates for Second Place in a Group Exhibit. First and Second Place winners will now advance to the Florida History Fair competition. Great job to the...

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Scientists & Engineers

Scientists & Engineers

Northport is so pleased to announce our results from the 2017 St. Lucie County Regional Science and Engineering Fair STEM competition. Students researched a problem having societal impact and then creatively designed their experiment to test their hypothesis or built a prototype device to find a solution. We are so proud of the accomplishments of our young scientists and engineers. Eighth grade delegates receiving awards include:...

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NPK8 Speaker’s Bureau

NPK8 Speaker’s Bureau

Northport students and teachers welcomed the monthly Speaker’s Bureau recently and the morning in the Northport Media Center truly did “Shine Forth As Gold!”  The morning began with the Pledge of Allegiance led by sixth grader, Alicia Brown dressed as Harriet Tubman.  As the program progressed, students from Deborah Allen’s class dressed authentically as famous Black Americans, such as Dr. Martin Luther King and...

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“We Love Langston Hughes!”

“We Love Langston Hughes!”

Students in Sherree Madorma’s 5th grade class not only celebrated Valentine’s Day, but also paid tribute to one of the finest American poets and a Black History icon, Langston Hughes.  The program entitled, “We Love Langston Hughes!”  was an animated group reading of the Hughes poem, “Harlem.”  Students studied what Langston Hugh’s poetry meant to people in the 1950’s.  The theme of the poem,...

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Picture Day on Friday!

Picture Day on Friday!

This Friday, February 10th, we will have our annual Elementary Class Pictures and Spring Pictures taken. These pictures are prepaid only, so make sure to send back your orderforms along with the correct dollar amount with your child on Friday. If you prefer, you can also order online! To order an Elementary Class Picture online, go to mylifetouch.com and enter Picture Day ID: ST016049G0 (Those are all Zeros) To order Elementary or Middle...

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