Northfield debuts new promotional video

Have you seen Northfield’s new promotional video? Shot at the beginning of this school year, our video debuted this fall to show our community why Northfield is a great choice for all students. The video can be found on YouTube and features interviews with Northfield students and faculty. All of the voices are also Nighthawk students!

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Don’t miss: Parent/teacher conferences

Don’t miss parent/teacher conferences next Tuesday and Wednesday, October 24 and 25, from 4-7:30 p.m. at Northfield.

On Tuesday, October 24 and after 5:30 p.m. on Wednesday, October 25, drop-in conferences with all teachers will be in Building 1. Conferences will be by appointment only from 4-5:30 p.m. on Wednesday, October 25. Teachers will reach out to parents to make appointments for specific students in that time.

There will be no school on Thursday or Friday next week. All three days will run a full, 7-period schedule from 7:45 a.m.-3:15 p.m.


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Northfield gets “green” rating for SPF

Northfield’s 2017 School Performance Framework results are in: We are in the green!

Northfield is meeting district expectations on the district report card which covers areas from academic achievement to parent and student survey responses. We were excited with our growth and ready to celebrate our success with our teachers, parents and community.
Specifically, Northfield meets district expectations when it comes to students performing at grade level, closing academic gaps for our English Language Learners, and closing academic gaps for our students of color. Northfield is in the blue — meaning our school exceeds expectations — in preparing students for college or a career and closing academic gaps for our students with disabilities. Read Northfield’s full SPF report card here.

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Participate in the Stapleton Food Drive

We are proud to announce that Northfield is partnering with New Perspective Real Estate and several local business and organizations for the 7th Annual Stapleton Community Food Drive from  September 30 – October 9. The food drive helps families and children who suffer from hunger and poor nutrition in and around the Stapleton community. The drive will help us stock our school’s food pantry.

Today we are asking for your help! There are three ways to donate:

1) Bring your canned goods and other non-perishable donations to our COLLECTION BARREL here at school Sept. 30-Oct. 9. Northfield’s wish list includes: spaghetti sauce, pasta, rice, beans, canned tuna/chicken, boxed mac/cheese, hearty soups and chili, peanut butter, canned fruit/vegetables, cereal, oatmeal, granola bars and other healthy snacks.

2) Stapleton residents: Look for the WHITE COLLECTION BAG delivered to your home on Saturday, September 30. Generously fill it with non-perishable items, place the bag on your front porch by 9 a.m. on Saturday, October 7, and volunteers will pick up your donation that day.

3) Make a CASH DONATION directly to our school food pantry by visiting Make sure to type Northfield High School in the “Notes” section.

For more information, visit

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Help Northfield win a free concert!

Nighthawks, help us win a FREE CONCERT at Northfield!

The radio station KS 107.5 is holding a contest among high schools in DPS. Between now and Oct. 2, students and Northfield supporters must listen for when they can text the keyword “Nighthawks” to the number 69803.

Rosa Jad, a DJ from the radio station, will be at Northfield during the lunch hour on Tuesday, Sept. 26 to promote the contest.

At the end of the campaign, the school with the most text messages will win a free concert from a surprise Billboard Hot 100 chart topper. Let’s win it, Nighthawks!

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New bell schedule

The new bell schedule that reflects Northfield’s revised lunch hour is now available.

The revised schedule takes effect on Monday, September 11. Freshmen and sophomores will now have lunch at the same time as juniors later in the day. Juniors will still be the only class permitted to leave campus for lunch. 

Please see the schedule here.


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Parents needed for CSC (Collaborative School Committee)

Northfield High School is looking for four parents from grades 9-11 to serve a two-year membership on the Collaborative School Committee.

CSC meetings are held the third Tuesday of each month at 5:30 p.m. in room 218.

CSC responsibilities include:

  • Marketing and community engagement
  • Advise on changes to the Innovation Plan
  • Budget and staffing guidance
  • Advise on School improvement Plan (UIP)
  • Advise on school’s master calendar ad bell schedule
  • Advise on school curriculum and instruction, and culture and behavior

Please return this form to Analisa Romano at by September 14.  



Nomination forms due to Analisa Romano: September 14 by 4 pm
Letter to all parents with ballots (if needed): September 15
Online voting timeframe: September 15 – September 19
Results posted: September 20

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Don’t miss Back to School Night

Northfield families, Back to School Night is almost here!
Meet your students’ teachers, learn about after-school clubs, get involved at Northfield and learn what’s in the pipeline for this school year.We have so much to share — come walk the halls from 6-8 p.m. Sept. 12.

There will be a presentation starting at 6 p.m. in Building 1, followed by a rotation of your student’s schedule. Please find your student’s schedule on Parent Portal prior to arrival. Use this form to make it easy!


6:35- Period 1
6:47- Period 2
6:59- Period 3
7:11- Period 4
7:23- Period 5
7:35- Period 6
7:47- Period 7

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PSAT NMQST test coming in October

Northfield High School will administer the PSAT NMQST on Wednesday, October 11, at 7:30 a.m. The cost for the exam will be $16 and all fees must be paid in full by Wednesday, September 20.

The test is not required, but when students take the PSAT/NMQST, they are automatically screened for the National Merit Scholarship Program and other academic competitions for recognition and scholarships.

Payments can be made by cash or check and turned in to Ms. Romano in Room 102.

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