Northwest Local Schools District News
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October 10th Band Competiton at Valley High SchoolPerformance at 6:15
On October 22, candidates running for Northwest School Board will be at the high school at 6:00 p.m. for a "Meet the Candidates Night".
The Lady Mohawks Volleyball team would like to invite you to join them as they show their "Power In Pink" to support a cure for breast cancer. They will be "playing in pink" on Tuesday, October 6, 5:30 p.m. Purchase your "Power In Pink" t-shirt from any volleyball player this week to wear to the game.
All money will be donated to the SOMC Breast Center.
Flyer with picture of the t-shirts.
Russ Childers is a traditional Appalachian musician, storyteller, and dance caller. Additionally, he is an artist-in-resident musician with a focus on music and its role in the Appalachian community. Moving by story and song through his own family history, he teaches cultural history through the vehicle of song, story, and dance.
Childers shows a deep commitment to the traditional arts as is shown by his affiliations with the Ohio Arts Council as an Artist in Residence, the Advisory Committee of the Cincinnati Urban Appalachian Council, and the Cincinnati Arts Association Adventures in the Arts. He is a master banjo player with apprentices in two states through the auspices of the Ohio Arts Council and Kentucky Arts Council. In May 2000, he was recipient of the Appalachian Heritage Award from the Cincinnati Appalachian Community Development Association.
Mr. Childers is teaching fourth grade students about their Appalachian culture through song and dance September 2nd-October 3rd. The bean dinner for the students and their families is on Tuesday, September 15th at 6pm. The students will be performing the square dances for the families and public after the dinner. Students will showcase their square dance talents for the school on Wednesday, September 16th at 2pm. Saturday, October 3rd, at 11am, a select group of students will be performing at John Simon's Sorghum Festival. To learn more about Mr. Childers, please visit his web site: http://home.fuse.net/russchilders/index.htmlThe Artist in Residence Program is made possible through a grant funded by the Ohio Arts Council.If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the school at 740-259-2250.
The NES PTO is holding a Schwan's fundraiser again this school year. Last year's fundraiser was very successful and raised over $1,000! The PTO was able to purchase items for the Good Behavior Assemblies, Mohawk Madness Day, Staff Appreciation Luncheon, Mohawk water bottles for each student, and was able to help in several other areas thanks to your support with all of our fundraisers.
The website for the Schwan's fundraiser is https://www.schwans-cares.com/campaigns/21575-nes-pto
Campaign number: 21575
The NES PTO receives $10 from every $25 e-certificate purchased and 20% from sales. If you purchase the e-certificate first, (the PTO receives $10, or 40%), then you can immediately use the e-certificate to purchase items through Campaign 21575, and the PTO will receive an additional 20% on your order.
The Northwest Middle School Volleyball team are selling raffle tickets for a chance to win "2 tickets" to the Cincinnati Reds (your choice of date during the 2016 season). They are also selling raffle tickets to win a baseball fleece blanket.
See any middle school volleyball player or Coach Amy Campbell to purchase tickets.
Drawing will take place at the last home volleyball game.
Northwest Elementary school will be conducting our annual Reading Week Monday, October 26 through Friday, October 30. This year’s program is “Reading is so much fun, you’ll get goosebumps,” a monster theme. We want to invite you to attend and join in the fun! This week we are also conducting a book fair. Your child will be shopping during their scheduled library class. In addition, we have some special shopping events planned. Our reading week goal is to read 2,000 books school-wide. If our goal is met, our principal, Mr. Martin, will get slimed by a student on Friday, October 30, during the Monster Mash Good Behavior Assembly. Please feel free to contact the librarian, Mrs. Enz, if you have any questions-740-259-2250 x3310.
SPECIAL EVENTSEveryday DROP EVERYTHING AND READ TIME! Each teacher will determine when this will happen (15 min. each day). Reading Week Goal- Read 2,000 books. If our goal is met, Mr. Martin will get slimed at the Good Behavior Assembly on Friday, October 30. Please turn in the total amount of books read each day-(you can e-mail Mrs. Enz).
Reading week activites include:Monday, October 26- Badge Day- daily numbers will be drawn for a free bookTuesday, October 27- "Sock-Squatch" Day- wear crazy socksWednesday, October 28- Muffins for Moms shopping 8:30am-9:00amReading T-Shirt Day- wear your reading week t-shirt or a shirt with wordsPortsmouth Public Library Story Time- 12:30-1:15 for preschhol-2nd gradeThursday, October 29- Donuts for Dads shopping 8:30am-9:00amMonster Hair Day- crazy hairFriday, October 30- Goodies for Grands shopping 8:30am-9:00amDress Up as your Favorite Monster DayDuring Monster Mash Good Behavior Assembly, Mr. Martin will get slimed if we meetour Reading Week goal. We will draw a name and a student will slime him.
Family Night will be held Thursday, November 5 from 3:30pm-6:30pm.
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