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Our Mission

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    Mission - Our purpose

    The purpose of the Northfield Elementary School community is to educate, empower and support all students to become respectful, engaged, responsible and effective learners who actively participate throughout the process of learning. See CVSU HOS

    Commitment - Our practice

    We commit ourselves to the collective responsibility of maintaining a safe learning environment in which we nurture the academic and social-emotional development of all students. We engage students in learning opportunities relevant to their participation in school, local, and global communities. We hold all students to high, attainable, and consistent expectations. We recognize and celebrate student growth and success in a manner that promotes student ownership and reflection.

Principal's Message

  •  Dear NES Families, 

    The snow has fallen and the holiday season is upon us so for many of us that means that we are making lists, rushing around to do all of the little extra tasks in our spare time, or just finding a moment to breathe while still doing our everyday jobs. That is no different for all of us here at NES, we are still moving forward as the excitement of the holidays are starting to show in the students. We are thankful  to you, the parents and guardians, for being partners with us and working with us to ensure that the work we do counts. Here at NES we are a family and are thankful for each one of you, may the holiday season bring you much happiness and joy.  

    Please click on the link below for access to the January monthly memo. I hope that you take the time to review its contents, as it has some useful information and upcoming dates. If you have any questions regarding any of this information please feel free to reach out to me and as always, thank you for your support.

    Thank you and we will see you all back in the New Year 2020!

     Sincerely,

    Denise Russell

     

    January 2020 Monthly Memo

     

     

     

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