4:00 PM 8th Bball vs Mt. Baker
4:00 PM 8th Soccer @ Lynden (Bender)
4:00 PM Track @ Meridian
5:00 PM 7th Soccer @ Lynden (Bender)
4:00 PM 8th Soccer @ Blaine H.S.
5:00 PM 7th Soccer @ Blaine H.S.
4:00 PM 8th Bball @ Mt. Baker Jr. High
7:45 AM - 8:30 AM Last day of Academy
7:45 AM - 8:30 AM Last day of Advisory
4:00 PM 8th Soccer vs Vista
5:00 PM 7th Soccer vs Vista
4:00 PM 8th Bball @ Blaine (Pipeline)
4:00 PM 8th Soccer vs Meridian
4:15 PM 8th Bball vs Blaine
4:00 PM Track @ Lynden Christian
4:00 PM 8th Bball @ Lynden M.S.
Starting May 1st:
7:45-9:12, 1st Period
9:15-10:42, 2nd Period
10:45-12:45, 3rd Period
12:48-2:15, 4th Period
6th lunch, 10:42-11:12
7th lunch, 11:30-12:00
8th lunch, 12:15-12:45
7th grade students receive a free WTA bus pass, good for 3 months, when they returned the signed permission form to the office. Ask your 7th grader about it, it's a wonderful opportunity!!
Please go to our link (Anonymous Alerts) below to report sensitive issues like bullying, harrassment or intimidation.
Starting February 27th, ALL middle school volleyball and wrestling practices and games will be at NVHS.
If we have a snow day or school starts late due to inclement weather, there will be a automated phone call that goes out via the K12 Alert system to all teachers and families. The decision to cancel or start late is usually made between 5:30 and 5:45. As soon as the decision is made, Matt Galley will make the recording and the phone call will go out to all teachers and families. Please be sure your primary phone number in Skyward is the phone number in which you would like to receive the automated message. At the same time the phone call is made, the transportation department will notify the media and the local radio stations will begin to broadcast the information as well.
We will begin State Testing on the 25th of April with our 8th graders in Science. The rest of the students will begin testing the week of May 1st. Each student will take one test a week for the month of May. We will conclude testing at the end of May. During this time, please be sure your children are well rested, have a good breakfast, and please remind them to do their best. At NVMS, we use the Smarter Balanced Assessments to determine placement in Academy classes, Enrichment classes, and they help us make a variety of other decisions, so please take a moment to talk with your child about the importance of doing well on the State Assessments. Our current schedule is as follows; The week of April 24 - Science Testing The week of May 1 - Language Arts - Short Answer Items The Week of May 8 - Language Arts - Extended Response Items/Performance Task The Week of May 15 - Math - Short Answer Items The Week of May 29 - Math - Extended Response Items/Performance Task Each class will take the assessment with their homeroom class with the teacher who instructs them in the subject area being tested. For example the Language Arts Teacher will be assessing their students during their Language Arts class. All of our testing will be done before Lunch. If you are making an appointment during the Smarter Balanced Testing please make sure it is in the afternoon.
Please ask your student if they have fees for fines, or you can check yourself online. Students who have not returned library books, textbooks, athletic items, etc. are fined. Any student with a fine cannot participate in sports or the 8th grade Breakout Ceremony. Please make sure your student has returned items as they need to be returned. Fees and fines stay on the student account until items are returned or paid for.
The Department of Ecology in the Northwest Regional Office (NWRO) anticipates hiring 64 teens between the ages of 14 (by June 26th) and 17 to staff 12 Ecology Youth Corps (EYC) road crews for Summer 2017. Please see Mrs. Holbrook for more information or visit NWRO’s website at. http://www.ecy.wa.gov/programs/swfa/eyc/nwro.html
Warning from Washington State Department of Health Washington State Department of Health has issued a warning about the mumps outbreak in our state. Mumps has spread and health officials urge immunization. The Washington State Department of Health reminds people across the state to take precautions to help stop the spread of mumps. Cut and paste this link for information: http://www.doh.wa.gov/YouandYourFamily/IllnessandDisease/Mumps/MumpsOutbreak. Click on the above title for a letter from our local health department.
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