Dear Senior Parents –
One of the biggest actions you and your student can do to help pay for college is to fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). We will be offering assistance in submitting the FAFSA on Wednesday, November 7th. We will be offering 45 minute appointments from 430 to 730 PM. Please save this date and RSVP to Mr. Z as soon as possible to schedule your appointment at 970.823.3543.
Estimados Padres de estudiantes del grado 12,
Una de las acciones mas importantes que uds. pueden hacer para recibir asistencia de fondos para el colegio/Universidad es llenar la aplicacion FAFSA. Estaremos ofreciendo asistencia de llenar la aplicacion el miercoles, 7 de noviembre. Tenemos citas disponibles de las 4:30 a 7:30pm. Por favor de recorder esta fecha y mandar avisar al Sr. Montez lo mas pronto posible para programar su cita al 970-823-3543.
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Northfield High School Ratings
Recently, the Colorado Department of Education (CDE) and Denver Public Schools (DPS) provided ratings for schools in the state and district, respectively. These organizations provide ratings annually to indicate how well schools are meeting academic performance and growth targets. Please click here for more information.
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Just a reminder that you DO need to be a school by 7:45AM on Friday. The schedule is a little different because of a special assembly. See below:
More details about Friday Oct. 12 Schedule – 7:45AM start
Please join us on Monday, October 29th at 6:30pm at McAuliffe International as we discuss the Opioid Epidemic within our community and nation. We will hear from Dr. Rob Valuck (Colorado Consortium for the Prevention of Prescription Drug Abuse), Suzi Stolte (Opiod Alliance), Lisa Rayville (Harm Reduction Center) and Michael Miller (Young People in Recovery). This is a FREE event and will be held in the McAuliffe International School auditorium. Light refreshments provided!
More details about Innovation Zone Speaker Series – Opioid Epidemic
Check out this great clip from Denver Channel 4 News showcasing Northfield’s first Homecoming events. Hey, we’re famous!
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Volunteers are needed to help with Homecoming week activities and with parent tours throughout the year.
For those interested in being involved with Homecoming, fill out this survey.
For those interested in being involved with parent tours for prospective Northfield families, fill out this survey.
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Many students are arriving late to class throughout the academic day. This not only affects their academic progress, but disrupts the class and the teacher as they arrive after instruction has already begun. Please review your student’s attendance in https://myportal.dpsk12.org/ and discuss with your student the importance of being on time every day and every period.
Beginning on Monday, Sept. 10, students late to any period will have lunch detention the following day.
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Interested in joining Collaborative School Committee?
This school year, Northfield’s CSC is seeking two 9th grade parents, one 10th grade parent, one 11th grade parent and one community representative. Seats on the CSC are two-year terms.
Be a part of the Northfield High School community and take part in the Collaborative School Committee (CSC). Parent members of Northfield High School’s CSC provide guidance in the development of the Unified School Improvement Plan, budget, marketing and community outreach and overall school design. CSC meetings are held monthly on the 3rd Tuesday of the month, from 5:30-7 p.m., in the library, Building 3, unless otherwise posted on the calendar.
Fill out nomination application and return it to Analisa Romano at firstname.lastname@example.org by September 7 to be included in voting.
More details about Apply to join Collaborative School Committee by this Friday
The first CSC meeting is at 5:30 p.m. on Tuesday, September 18. All are welcome to attend.