Northport K-8 sixth grade students in Melynda Slater’s Critical Thinking classes have spent the last five weeks honing critical research skills using Environmental Studies as the theme.Students used all aspects of research skills building to construct a superhero who could solve many of the dilemmas facing some of Earth’s most serious concerns. Some of the…Details
Mrs. Lawrence’s first grade class proudly brought their completed Young Author books to the media center. Great job for innovative and exciting work and teaching the joy of writing!❤
Young Authors is a school-wide program at Northport. Common language and joyful writing brings the community together to help children release their inner writer.
Northport K-8 students work diligently to achieve common core standards and the bar for student expectations has been set high. Students are rewarded for results with high grades, good behavior and cooperative learning. Positive Behavior Support, or more commonly known as PBS, is utilized every day at the school. Students recently were rewarded with orange wrist bands…Details
Third graders from Mrs. Kemp and Miss Schrader’s class visited the Media Center recently. Students selected two or three free books donated by a parent and then selected a library book. Students learned how to use the library and follow the library norms. It was a GREAT visit. 67% of all children from ages 6-17…Details
The lessons of patriotism, love of country and American flag and a healthy respect for our military are lessons that are taught over and over again at Northport VPK-8 School. Every morning, a different student signs up to recite the Pledge of Allegiance over the school intercom. Veteran Partners In Education are a strong component…Details
Northport K-8 history instructor, Bob Burdge, and eleven Northport middle grades students represented Northport at the SLPS District History Fair held at Indian River State College recently. Students explored and presented exciting and informative topics such as, “How Did the Women of the 1920’s Explore Their Rights and Encounter Change?” “The Significance of the California…Details
Northport K-8 students in Rose Rumer’s K-5 Autism classes have been working diligently for over a year to put together a fabulous work of art! The piece, depicting Egyptian pyramids and a panorama of stars, was created using sand, water and glue. Palm trees made of layer upon layer of tissue paper frame the bottom of the…Details
It is with pleasure that Northport announces the winners of our annual Dr. Martin Luther King Writing contest. Eighth Grade Winners First Place – Yaneisha Martinez from Susan Smith’s class Second Place – Jailaire Garcia from Susan Matteson’s class Third Place – Xochith Romo from Susan Smith’s class Eighth Grade Runners Up: Anthony Nguyen, Jonathan…Details
Northport eighth graders were immersed in a full day of science boot camp with a focus on key standards recently in preparation for their upcoming tests. Great job and a really innovative focus on science @Northport!
Wonderful morning recently in the Northport Media Center as we work through our “Gold Star Family Education Week!” Two courageous Gold Star moms, Linda Schuman and Karen Zook who both lost sons in recent years visited the Media Center to help educate our students about key qualities that help our community and families instill attributes…Details