Distance Learning - March 30 - April 30
Distance Learning begins Monday, March 30. This means that students stay at home and teachers deliver instruction and communication based on the preferences chosen by each family.
Listed below is important information families need to know starting March 30th:
1. Students can expect daily interaction from one or more of their teachers.
2. Digital distance learning students: Parents/students need to fill out the “take-home device” form and return to the school. The completed form can be given to the bus driver.
3. Once the “take-home device” form is returned to the school technology/devices will be delivered via bus.
4. Non-Digital distance learning students: Expect weekly deliveries of school materials (homework and assignments) every Monday.
5. Buses will use their traditional routes through an altered schedule to deliver materials on Mondays and meals for children under the age of 18 on all weekdays.
6. Bus drivers have called all families to inform them about what time the bus will arrive at their stop. It is extremely important that someone be present at the bus stop to collect meals and materials at these times. If you did not receive a call but have a designated bus stop, please call the school office at (21) 566-2351.
7.Families who don't have a designated bus stop may pick up materials and meals at the school.
Our district continues to work vigilantly monitoring Minnesota Department of Education and the State of Minnesota’s latest recommendations for school provided support and distance learning. Your continued attention to the school-family partnership will promote student success despite the change in their educational environment.
COVID- 19 (Coronavirus) Updates
Childcare continues to be available for families who are employed in the emergency services: providers of healthcare; emergency medial services; long-term and post-
acute care; law enforcement personnel; personnel providing correctional services; public health employees; firefighters and other first
responders; and court personnel.
Recipients must be children, preschool through 12 years old, who are
enrolled in the school district.
Childcare hours are 8:00 a.m.m to 3:00 p.m.
Families are required to provide transportation to and from school.
Please use this form to register your child(ren) for childcare if you fit the guidelines above, or call the school office at 218-566-2351.
Preschool & Kindergarten Registration Family Fun Night has been postponed
but registration is open for both preschool and kindergarten. Contact the school office or your preschool teacher for applications!
School Board Meetings
Regular Meetings 5:30 p.m. (Meetings are at Northland High School
(NHS) unless otherwise noted)
March 5, 2020
April 2, 2020
May 7, 2020
(1st Thursday of each month)
Work Sessions are at 5:30 p.m at NHS
February 20, 2020
May 21, 202
August 20, 2020
November 19, 2020
School Board Committee Meetings
Policy Committee - 4th Thursday of each month at 10:00 a.m. at NHS
Next meeting - February 27
Buildin and Grounds Committee - March 23, 7:15 a.m. at NHS
Fitness Center Membership
The Northland Community School Fitness Center is open to the public during these times:
Monday - Friday 5:00 - 7:30 a.m., 3:00 - 10:00 p.m.
Saturdays - 5:15 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Sundays - 6:00 - 8:00 p.m.
You must register through Community Education to use the Fitness Center. Membership fees are $40.00 per year. The Fitness Center is for adults, ages 18 and older. Teenagers 13 years old and older may use the Fitness Center when accompanied by a parent who has a paid membership.
Call Jennifer at (218) 566-2351 ext. 32075 to register. After registering, you will need to stop at the Community Education office to sign a policy form agreement, pay your fee, and be issued an access card.
Student Information Systems
Click on the picture to go to Campus Student and Campus Parent. You can view your child's lunch account, deposit money in to the account, update your contact info, and check on your child's
attendance or grades.
If you need help accessing Campu Student or Campus Parent, please contact Deb Schaefer in the school office.
Eagle's Nest After School Enrichment Program Community Education is offering the After School Enrichment program for students in grades 6-12 again this year!
This program offer students an opportunity to:
Finish incomplete/missing assignments
Improve their grades
Learn study techniques to improve test scores
Have a snack or meal on game nights
Have an enrichment activity
These sessions are offered every Wednesday and also on afternoons when there are evening activities so students have a place to be in between school and the activity. Students must sign up by lunch time in the office on the day they wish to participate. There is no transportation available.
Please click on the links below for information on expectations and a permission slip. Expectations and Info Permission Slip
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