Northland Community Schools, in collaboration with Leech Lake Headstart and Northwest Area Family Service Center, will be offering classes for parents and children ages 2-5 on these dates:
Each class will be from 5:00 - 6:30 p.m. and will begin with soup and sandwiches. The evening will include circle time with parents and children, a parent discussion group time and activities for the children. The class is targeted at ages 2-5 but younger and older siblings can come too. Classes will meet in the preschool building. Please register by calling (218) 566-2351.
The theme of the first class, November 10, is Chicka, Chicka, Boom, Boom.
Are you looking for information and resources for the needs of your family?
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The social work and counseling staff have created a Northland Community Schools Resource Website. This site has lots of helpful information and links for students and families including; virtual calming resources; college and career planning; as well as links regarding emergency services, mental health services and/or parenting and educational resources. The site will be updated regularly with new and current information.
Click on this button to check it out!
Beginning Tuesday, October 20, we will resume in-person learning for all students prek-grade 12. School will be dismissed at 2:06 PM every day (Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday) beginning Tuesday October 20. The last hour of the day is for remote learning for all students.Students who ride the bus home will be home one hour earlier begining Oct. 20.
Meal delivery will continue to students who are distance learning! Buses will be driving their regular afternoon routes and they will deliver meals on Tuesdays and Thursdays to families of distance learners who have requested meal delivery. The bus will only stop if someone is waiting.
If you would like a meal for every child in your household ages 18 and under, please call the school office by Tuesday morning, October 20. You may also pick up meals at school each school day at 11:00 a.m.
Safe Learning Plan To read the whole plan, click here - or select the Quick Link on the right.
Information and Resources for Parents
Please check out the Quick Link at the right titled, "Safe Learning Plan & COVID-19 Resources".
School Board News
The Truth In Taxation meeting will be held November 30, 3030 at 6:30 p.m. in room C-113 of Northland High School at which time the budget and levy will be
discussed and the public will be allowed to speak.
Effective Thursday, July 2, Northland Community School Board meetings will reopen to the public but masks are required.
As part of the COVID-19 Response, limitations on the number of public present at a School Board meeting may be reached and admittance to the meeting may be curtailed in order to maintain social distancing requirements.
Click on a meeting below to access the recording of that meeting.
Fitness Center Membership Note: The Fitness Center is currently closed due to order from MN Governor Walz
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 Campus 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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