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Back to School Open House Schedules

Students are often excited about the start of another school year and anxiously wait to meet their new teachers and see their classrooms.  NPS has scheduled Open Houses for families to do just that!  This is also a great time to finish up necessary paperwork or bring school supplies.  If you have any questions, please call your school secretary beginning July 30th.

Tuesday, August…


HAL Summer Sessions

Norfolk Public Schools hosted sessions this summer for students in grades 2, 3, 4 that are enrolled in the district's High Ability Learner (HAL) program.   This was the first year of the summer program and it had a great response. Three sessions were offered for students to choose from for their experience.


STEM Week:  This session was taught by Ms. Kari Cronin  and…


Middle School Secret Kindness Agents make a big impact!

Secret Kindness Agents encourage kindness, encouragement, and positive environment at NMS!


Aftershock students interviewed local veterans and published legacy books.

The Legacy Books Club was created with the mission to document the heroic actions of those who so generously served their country.


Norfolk Junior High partners with Nucor Detailing Center

Norfolk Junior High proudly partners with Nucor Detailing Center
to encourage career education opportunities for students.

Norfolk Junior High School is excited to be one of five area partner schools working with Nucor Detailing Center (NDC) to implement the Developing Youth Talent Initiative (DYTI) Grant they received…


Norfolk High School Competing at NSDA Tournament


Thank you NPSF Donors!

The Norfolk Public Schools Foundation (NPSF) awarded over $60,000 in scholarships to members of the Class of 2018 during Senior Honors Night on May 17, 2018 at the Johnny Carson Theater.  Many of the scholarships awarded by NPSF are funded by local donors in memory/honor of a loved one.  Other scholarships held by NPSF are established to encourage a specific career area or recognize…


A Sweet Reward for a Job Well Done!

Grant Elementary School exceeded a reading goal set at 20 million words for the school year and received a "sweet" reward.
Each time the student body read a million words, a blank card on a bulletin board was turned over to reveal a letter in the reading reward. Eventually, students figured out that the reward would be a Banana Split Party, complete with multiple toppings, whipped cream and…


Grant Elementary School is May's Focus on Students

At our May 14 school board meeting, Grant Elementary students explained many of the projects and opportunities they've had this year to show how they are "Wild About Learning."
Students told board members about activities such as Dr. Seuss Night, Primetime Family Reading, and their Family Reading Book for the year, "The One and Only Ivan." At the school board meeting, students also asked board…