Northport K-8 second graders welcomed Hobe Sound Nature Preserve into classrooms to learn about different types of owls and their eating habits. The program directors, Ms. Debbie and Ms. Traci, brought two live owls and owl pellets to the classrooms for students to inspect and dissect. Students became expert researchers as they picked, poked…Details
Reminder: There is No School all next week. Classes resume on Monday, November 28th. Have a Safe and Happy Thanksgiving week!
Northport K-8 students, staff, instructors, parents and grandparents from across the school community gathered to appreciate the joy of good books and reading in the Fall Foliage Festival of Books book fair. This was the first book fair of the year and students were planning the next fair as they were perusing the books. Students in…Details
Northport K-8 students who were willing to donate $3.00 and use 5 PBS S.A.I.L. Notes good towards one of the school’s top service issues, Relay For Life, were able to participate in a pie eating contest and search for candy corn. The fun was directed by third grade instructor, Tiffany Tredor, one of the members…Details
Unity Day! http://t.co/BCOmBNQn
Northport K-8 School adminstration, teachers and staff took advantage of the opportunity to education the whole school recently by celebrating their First Annual Unity Day! Northport students listened to advice from Alice Kenyon from the PSL Police Department, Physical Education instructor, Daryn Ploeckelman, Principal, Glenn Rustay, ESOL instructor, Mary Toto, Kindergarten teacher, Nancy Yost and…Details
Tomorrow is Unity Day! Wear an orange (dress code) shirt to school tomorrow to Unite Against Bullying!
Tonight is 21st Century/Title One Parent Night from 6-7:30 in the Cafeteria. All are welcome!
Fifth graders Promote Reading Using Innovative Strategy! http://t.co/pi97YfAf
Northport K-8 students in Tracey Healy’s 5th grade class realize that one of the exciting ways to read good literature is on a cereal box. Many kids spend the morning lost in the reading process as they munch their daily dose of Wheaties. Taking advantage of that tactic, Mrs. Healy asked students to choose a…Details