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 HS Parent Forum
 
All parents/guardians are encouraged to attend the Parent Forum in the high school library on December 3rd at 6:00 p.m. with Mr. Galley.  Topics will include the upcoming bond proposal and the draft plan of the high school intervention system.  Any questions, contact Matt Galley at 988-2641 ext. 3122.
 

 
November 4, 2014

Dear Parents,

As you may already know, our school board approved a plan to place a capital facilities bond on the ballot for February 10, 2015.  This plan was developed by an 18-member Facilities Advisory Committee and includes the replacement of the middle school, originally constructed in 1947, additional classrooms at an overcrowded Nooksack Elementary, and multiple projects at our high school.  The high school work includes the replacement of the 1954 section, construction of a new fitness center (includes weight and wrestling), and renovations of Agricultural Science and Wood Shop, Art, Cafeteria and Kitchen.

In order to address these and several other items, the committee and board believe a bond is a priority for our schools and our community.  You will have several opportunities in the next several months to learn more about the scope of the bond.

If you aren't yet registered to vote in Whatcom County, please take a moment to go to www.myvote.wa.gov to register.  Voting is one important way you can exercise your constitutional right and make a difference in your own community, state and nation.No matter how you mark your ballot, your vote matters!

I want to take this opportunity to thank you for your involvement in, and support of, Nooksack Valley Schools.  We can be proud of the outstanding teaching and learning occurring in our classrooms every day. Thank you for taking the first step in assuring quality facilities in which our children can learn and grow!

Sincerely,

Mark Johnson and the Nooksack Valley School Board


                                
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 Attendance Line
To report a student absence,
please call 360-988-2641, Ext. 1 or 3121,
   As a reminder, students are considered
absent if they are over 10 minutes late to class.

 Stay Connected!
First semester began on August 27, 2014 and will end on January 16, 2015.
ATTENTION:  Parent(s)/Guardian(s):  Please stay in contact with your child's teachers by emailing each teacher directly by their firstname.lastname@nv.k12.wa.us
or you may call a teacher by calling the high school office at 988-2641 if you have any concerns or questions about your child.

 

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    We over Me Nooksack Valley High School students commit to putting We over Me. Where we look out for each other as friends, peers, learners and as a community.
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