NHS Commencement Live Broadcast

Norfolk Public Schools Foundation is participating in Norfolk Area Big Give. 5/22/2018

Please consider supporting Norfolk Public Schools Foundation in the Norfolk Area Big Give, a 24 hour community giving day being held on 5/22/2018. The NPSF featured project will support the the NPS Art Departments.  Click here…

Award for Excellence Winner for May 2018

Theresa Becker: Administrative Assistant for Maintenance is our winner of the NPS Award for Excellence for May 2018.

Theresa was nominated by a multitude of her coworkers and she is an outstanding asset to our district team. Thank you Theresa for all of your dedication and  hard work!

Listed below is an excerpt from the submitted narrative of her nomination:  

AP History Exhibit

"Civil Defense in the 1950s" and "1960s Pop Culture"

The NHS Advanced Placement United States History class, led by teacher Mrs. Kathy Steinkamp, worked in cooperation with the Elkhorn Valley Museum to create a student exhibit featuring the 1950s and 1960s. The exhibit includes Elkhorn Valley Museum artifacts and original research that explores Norfolk Civil Defense in the 1950s, and 1960s…

NHS wins 2018 TDS Cup

Congratulations Mr. Hughes and Mr. Shiers!

Norfolk Junior High is April's Focus on Students

Students from the Norfolk Junior High School presented to the Board of Education members on Monday, April 9th. Students currently enrolled in the Family Consumer Science class, Life Management, shared their knowledge of life skills such as The 4 C's of food safety, Baking & Measurement, MyPlate Nutrition, Snack Nutrition, and Personal Finance. Board members were also challenged to a game of quizlet…

NHS Principal chosen for 2018-2019

NHS Principal chosen for 2018-2019.

Congratulations Clayton!

Clayton Spray is named a World Language Distinguished Scholar

Do you know your phone #?

Washington Elementary School kindergarten students work really hard to memorize their phone numbers. If they can tell Mr. Andreasen (principal) their phone number, they get to cut off a piece of his tie and keep it!!  Needless to say, Mr. Andreasen was glad to wear a short tie for the rest of the school day.