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Northside Elementary School Mission Statement

Our mission at Northside Elementary is to ensure that students are learning academic, life, and leadership skills through methods that engage and challenge our students.  We provide a rigorous academic program through which effective educators lead students to take responsibility for learning.  We monitor our students' academic growth through continuous and varied assessments.  The application of life and leadership skills are modeled and monitored to meet school-wide expectations.  Northside Elementary respects the individual needs of students and will meet those needs by working together to provide enrichment and support.


Northside Elementary School Belief Statements

Here at Northside Elementary, we believe…
We are a positive, safe environment where our children come first.
Our staff works cooperatively to improve our school climate, meet challenges as they arise, and make changes when needed.
We are committed to providing a well rounded curriculum to all students, at all levels, with attention to their learning styles and specific needs while following our core content.
Students, teachers, and parents share the responsibility for the child’s learning.
Education spirals from pre-K to 5th grade where learning is active, enriching, and applies to the world we live in.
We support high standards of behavior and encourage this by having school wide programs such as CHAMPS, Principal’s Pride, manners tickets, and positive behavior awards. 

School News

PARENT SURVEY

For the past several years, the Woodford County Board of Education has adopted an instructional calendar based largely on the recommendations of the calendar committee.  The calendar committee consists of employees representing different schools and job classifications as well as students and parents.  The calendar committee will begin its work drafting the 15-16 school year instructional calendar in a few months. One item on the calendar that traditionally is discussed at length is fall break.  For many years it has been a full week break.  However, the committee often gets feedback about adjusting the duration of fall break.  Since it has been quite some time since the opinions of our stakeholders were formally surveyed in great detail, we are requesting your opinion.  In short, we want to know if given a choice, would you like fall break to remain a week or would you prefer fall break be a long weekend (i.e. off on Thursday and Friday before the weekend or off the Friday before and Monday after the weekend).  While your feedback is greatly appreciated, rest assured that individual survey results will not be shared with the committee.  Only the overall totals of those voting for a week and the overall totals of those voting for a long weekend will be shared.   Please visit the following link to complete the survey.  Thanks!  https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/ZRDZMWB


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