• Welcome to North Elementary, Home of the North Stars! National Blue Ribbon School
  • Blue Ribbon School
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  • Science Fair 2
  • MacMunn Pie In Face
  • Art For Slideshow
  • Wax Museum
  • 6th Grade
  • Zumba

Welcome to North Elementary School!

  • We hope everyone has a fabulous 2018-2019 school year!

    2018 VLD letter
    For Virtual Learning Day information, please click on the  Virtual Learning Day tab

    UpGrade Family Challenge
    Click here for document and more information

    * ILearn Testing for grades 3-6 begins the week of April 22 and ends May 10th


      2      Preschool and Pre-K program at 6pm

      6      PTO Meeting 3pm in the school library

    6 - 10   Teacher Appreciation Week

      7     ALL Library materials are due

      8     Special Needs Class Field Trip

      9     6th Grade Wax Museum

      9     Mobile Dentist will be at school

              *Contact Nurse Kate for more information

    15      FREE Kona Ice for students and staff!  

               *Thanks to our PTO

    16    1st grade Field Trip

    16    6th grade Field Trip

    17    4th grade Field Trip

            5th grade Field Trip 

    20    May Day
             *contact Mrs. Butler if you would like to volunteer to help

    21    Last Day of School 
            *inflatables provided by our PTO as a thank you for participating in the fundraiser

    SHORTS are allowed to be worn AFTER Spring Break.
    Please remember to check the handbook for Dress Code.   

    This institution is an equal opportunity provider.  The authorized statement reads as follows:
    "In accordance with Federal law and U.S. Department of Agriculture policy,
    this institution is prohibited from discriminating on the basis of race, color, national origin,
    sex, age, religion, political beliefs or disability."
    "To file a complaint of discrimination, write USDA, Director, Office of Civil Rights, 1400 Independence Ave,
    S.W. Washington, D.C.  20250-9410 or call (800) 795-3272 (voice) or (202) 720-6382 (TTY).
    USDA is an equal opportunity provider and employer."

  • **Virtual Learning Day Information**

    Packets and assignments are DUE a week after they are assigned.

    Below you will find a list of teachers in grade level order.

    Find your child's teacher,  click on thier name and it will take you to the Clever log in page.
    You will also see the teachers office hours and method of contact listed in case you need to contact them. 

    Each teacher has sent home information regarding Virtual Learning.  Please refer to that page for all important information and phone numbers.
    Emails can be accessed by clicking the word "email" below or by going to the "Contact" tab on the upper right side of the homepage screen.

    *Click here for K-2 log in information*

    Grade Teacher Date Hours Contact
    K Morrow    9am - 1pm email 
    K Mulkey   9am - 1pm  email
    K Belt   9am - 1pm  email / phone
    1 Oakley    9am - 1pm email
    1 Smith   9am - 1pm email
    1 Wells   9am - 1pm phone / text 
    1 Williamson   9am - 1pm phone
    2 Bippus   9am - 1pm email / phone
    2 Scheller   9am - 1pm email 
    2 Werry   9am - 1pm  email
    3 Boruff   10am - 2pm  email
    3 Grffin   9am - 1pm   email
    3 Weber   9am - 1pm   email
    4 Deer    10am  - 2pm  email
    4 Rhodes   9am - 1pm  email 
    4 Williams   9am - 1pm  email / DoJo 
    5 Brandenstein    9am - 1pm  email / phone
    5 Dougan   9am - 1pm   email / phone
    6 Newcomer   9am - 1pm   email / phone
    6 Teel   9am - 5pm   phone
    Sp Ed  Crowder    9am - 1pm email 
    Sp Ed Scherer   9am - 1pm   email
    Sp Ed Voelker   9am - 1pm   email
    Art Marhenholz   9am - 1pm   email
    Music Miller   9am - 2pm   email / phone
    PE Butler   9am - 1pm   email
  • Wellness Tips

    Sleep is like food for the brain.  Our brain and body need an adequate amount of rest that replenishes our mental and physical energy. 
    How many hours does your child need? 
    • 5 years and under- 11 hours
    • 5-10 years- 10 hours
    • 10-18 years- 9 hours
    To create a bedtime routine add 15 minutes of sleep each night to get your child used to earlier bedtimes to ensure good sleep habits.  Sleep in the dark.   Encourage your kids to use their beds for sleeping, not watching TV or playing with electronics.  Keep their rooms cool, quiet and dark.  Better sleep means less illness.  Sleep keeps our immune systems healthy and will lead to fewer illnesses.