Back to School

We hope you had a great summer vacation and we are excited to see you back in school this fall.  Please click here to view the 2016-2017 school calendar.


The Sixpence Program is designed to provide parents and soon-to-be parents the opportunity to bond and develop strong relationships with their children/unborn children, learn to be their child's first teacher, promote learning within the home environment, encourage and support curiosity within the child's play. Sixpence will serve as a resource for support throughout your child's first years.

N is for Norfolk

"N is for Norfolk" is a book published in celebration of Norfolk's 150. . Proceeds will fund the foundation’s programs.

Class of 1946 in the Fourth of July Parade


In the photo at the left of the panther: Dawn (Langenberg) Ditter; Doug Dudley, Wilma Jean (Nelson) Benish. In front of the panther: Earl Reed.
Front row at the right of the panther from left to right: Barb (Harrison) Mather; Janice (Clark) Froehlich; Geraldine (Krehnke) Timperley.
2nd row: Val Thaden; Jackie (Walker) Rea; Arlene…

Five NPS Principals honored by Region III NCSA

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Bel Air Elementary in the 'Spotlight'!

Bel Air Elementary hosted the annual event of Muffins with Moms on Friday, May 6. Bel Air's PTG sponsored this fun tradition. Over 200 moms came to Bel Air to enjoy muffins with their child(ren). A great time was had by students and moms! Check out the "Gallery" on the Bel Air website to see the fun things that happened throughout the year at our school!

Lanette Stoffel chosen as SNA Nebraska 2016 Director of the Year

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Arbor Day at Washington Elementary


Mayor Sue Fuchtman with Washington Elementary School first graders planted a Flame Maple by the school for Arbor Day on April 29. The two students with the shovels are Joel Montalvo and and Katherine Ramos. CIty of Norfolk Park Superintendent Pat Mrsny is on the far right. The tree is one of the Plant 150 trees posted at…

Thank you, Big Red Keno, for supporting Science Day at Norfolk Public Schools!

On April 28, 2016, Lincoln Elementary School became a hub of science exploration thanks to a grant awarded from Big Red Keno and the hard work of a team of NPS teachers. During the school day, 300+ third grade students learned about many facets of science. Also, some NHS students, Junior High students, and Montessori 4th grade students participated…

Summer School Teaching Opportunity

Summer School Teaching Opportunity

If you have a current Nebraska teaching certificate with an endorsement in Government or Social Sciences, are you interested in teaching summer school?

Norfolk Senior High is looking for someone to teach:
Session 1 – May 23-June 14, 2016
Session 2 – June 15-July 7, 2016

To apply please e-mail a letter of interest and résumé to…