March Award for Excellence Recipient

Congratulations to Sandy Rose, Infinite Campus Coordinator at the Technology Building, on being named the “Award for Excellence” recipient for March, 2018.  Sandy Rose was recognized at the Board meeting held on Monday, March 12. 

Principal Jake Luhr says, "She has been and currently is a tremendous asset in getting valuable and useful information into the hands of our administrative team…

3rd Annual Project Problem Solve

Art Exhibit

Opening Reception: March 3, 2018, 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

Exhibit Dates: March 3 - April 7, 2018

Free Admission

Each year the Norfolk Arts Center opens its galleries for the Norfolk Public, Parochial, and Home School students to display…

Strategic Planning

The future looks bright at Norfolk Public Schools!  The last week in February, 35 individuals came together at the Norfolk Public Schools Administration Building to strategically plan for the future at Norfolk Public Schools.  Planning sessions were led by consultant Dr. Larry Dlugosh over 3 consecutive days for a combined total of 14 hours. The strategic planning team was a collaboration…

Bel Air Elementary School in the Spotlight

Third grade students from Mrs. Haglund and Ms. Rudloff's classrooms from Bel Air Elementary presented to the board of education on Monday, February 12th about flexible seating. Students shared the "contracts" they sign and why they enjoy flexible seating. Board members were also able to experience some of the seating options.

A Busy Morning at NPS!

Geography Bee at MS, Brain Olympics at JH, and Career Access Day at NHS!

Daycos honored as "Friend of Education"


The Nebraska Association of Elementary School Principals (NAESP) honored Norfolk’s Daycos with the “Friend of Education Award” at the 2017 State Principals Conference in Lincoln on 12/1/2017.  They were nominated for this award for their outstanding work serving youth in the Norfolk community.

When asked…

Thank You School Board Members!

School Board Recognition Week January 22-26, 2018

Success Pin Recipients for December 2017


Washington Elementary School In the Spotlight

The Washington staff developed Math Essential skills that each grade level will ensure all students are proficient with. We developed a schedule that allows for math intervention time to focus on these skills. The teachers developed pre-tests and post-tests to evaluate each child's proficiency level. Students from Kindergarten through Fourth grade had the opportunity to demonstrate what they have…