Bobcat Broadcast

October 29, 2021

A Message from Mrs. Caudill

While the weather today was not the greatest, it does look like Sunday's weather for trick-or-treating looks great. The last few years Mother Nature has not been kind. We could use a not cold and rainy Halloween. Enjoy these moments together this weekend and may your candy supply last you well into the winter holiday season.

Be Well,

Devon Caudill

Mark Your Calendars

November 2 - No School

November 10 - Picture Retake Day

November 11 - End of Marking Period One

November 24 - Half Day Dismissal (12:15)

November 25 - No School

November 26 - No School

November 30 - Evening Parent-Teacher Conferences

December 2 - Half Day Dismissal (12:15)

December 2 - Parent Teacher Conferences

December 3 - Half Day Dismissal (12:15)

December 3 - Parent Teacher Conferences


Bobcat Pride Press is Back!

The newsletter made for Amerman kids, by Amerman kids is back for the 3rd year in a row. Check out our 7th issue of the 2021-2022 school-year below!


Winning design for all-school t-shirt!

The Amerman PTA is proud to announce the winning designs for this year’s FREE all-school t-shirt! The front was designed by a trio from Mrs. Mooney’s class - Melania Wykretowicz, Allyson Yuan, and Olivia Masterson and the back was designed by Eleanor Damianov from Mr. Hartnett’s class. The finalists were selected by members of the PTA and these final designs were chosen based on an all school vote. T-shirt sizes are due today! Click here to submit a size if you have not done so yet. If you do not submit a t-shirt size, one will be selected for your child by an Amerman staff member. Remember this is a FREE shirt funded by the PTA. Thank you to the over 50 students who submitted a design! We loved seeing your creativity and talent!

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classroom pumpkin decorating contest winners!

And it’s time to announce our pumpkin raffle winners! Two classrooms won and will be rewarded with a party!


  • I scream, You scream…Wilson and Izard kindergarten class screams for joy! You won for lower elementary!!! Congratulations!!

  • And our upper elementary winner is … well, think about this…THE legendary Jedi Master may be tiny in size … but McMaster’s Fourth grade class party won’t be!!! Congratulations!

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October Roar Award Winners

Every month we hold an assembly to celebrate our ROAR Award winners. Lately our assemblies have been virtural. As a Lighthouse Team we realized we could share our virtual celebrations with our families. We are excited to share the October winners. Congratulations to all of our Bobcats!



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Northville Public Schools Close Contact Quarantine Protocol

NPS has aligned our Close Contact Protocol with the guidance provided by the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) shown here in the School Quarantine Guidance graphic and supported by our local Health Department. This guidance provides multiple pathways for students to remain in school. For a more detailed explanation of this graphic, please see this NPS Close Contact Quarantine Protocol Explained document.

If your child is an identified Close Contact to a positive COVID case, we will contact you and further explain your options of, where possible, keeping your child safely in school.

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Northville Public Schools COVID-19 Testing Site

Northville Public Schools (NPS) announces a new partnership with RAPIDBIO to provide the NPS community a reliable and convenient COVID-19 testing site on campus.

As part of the NPS CLOSE CONTACT QUARANTINE PROTOCOL and in partnership with RAPIDBIO, all Northville students, staff and families are eligible to make a COVID-19 test appointment at this priority testing site:

NPS COVID-19 Testing Site Location:

Northville High School, 45700 Six Mile Rd, Northville MI 48168 (Main Entrance)

Hours of Operation:

Monday-Thursday, 4:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.

Appointment Link:

Northville Public Schools/RAPIDBIO Appointment Link
(select Northville School District under Location options)

We are incredibly thankful for the opportunity to partner with RAPIDBIO to provide our community with a priority test site on our high school campus allowing our students and staff to remain in school and continue to discover a World of Possibilities.

(Additional testing resources can be found at NPS COVID-19 Testing Resources.)

COVID Safety and Mitigation Plans

As we come together in learning this year, it is important to remember to perform at-home self-monitoring using the COVID-19 Daily Student Symptom Screening Tool. This screener serves as a daily reminder that children who are exhibiting symptoms of COVID-19 (or ANY illness) need to stay home from school. This is an important measure that will help prevent or reduce the spread of COVID-19 in our schools. We appreciate everyone’s cooperation in using this screener each school day. In addition to the daily screener students and staff are required to wear masks while indoors.

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The NPS 2021-22 COVID-19 General Mitigation Response Plan outlines the multiple layers of COVID-19 safety measures being implemented across the district to support the health and safety of all students and staff. School principals will share specific building procedures with families. Processes are in place at each school to teach and/or reinforce safety measures with all students. The Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) document answers additional questions you may have as you and your child are preparing for the start of the 2021-22 school year.


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Northville High School Haunted House!

On October 29th - 31st, the annual Drama Club Haunted House will be held in the NHS Auditorium! This year's theme is Invaders From Above! Ticket sales will be at the door, cash only. Come solve the mystery of the missing townsfolk. Friday the 29th from 5pm - 10pm, Saturday the 30th from 2pm - 10pm and a special less spooky Haunted House on Sunday the 31st from 12pm - 3pm, for 6th grade and under!

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Amerman PTA would like to invite all students to participate in the 2021-2022 REFLECTIONS. The theme is: I Will Change The World By… Reflections is a judged art contest. The categories are: music composition, literature, dance, film, visual art and photography. Entries are due NOVEMBER 19th 2021. For more info contact Cristina Muresan at

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PTA Reflections 2021-2022 Forms

Please click here to access the consent forms and guidelines


hot lunch program for interested students

Families must preorder lunches for preschools and elementary students. Orders must be in by 8:30 AM for elementary students to receive a lunch that day. The system will not allow you to order after the time listed above. For your convenience, meals can be preordered up to 30 days in advance. To avoid any issues, we recommend ordering the night before.


Amerman PTA News!

Invest in Your Child Update:

We are beyond thrilled to report that we met our Invest in your Child goal for this year! The PTA is excited to put these funds to work on school enrichments and fun events for this school year! We want to keep the momentum going so, please if you haven’t yet, Invest in your Child by the end of October and you will still receive a free insulated lunch tote! We will report back with additional ways we will support our school this year!

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Great news, Amerman Spiritwear is ready to sell in the MemberHub store! Keep an eye out for spiritwear sales at our upcoming events also!

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PTA Birthday Café:

Announcing our PTA Birthday Café program for this year! The PTA is pleased to offer a birthday program for your Bobcats, if your child does not have a school day birthday, choose any special day for your Bobcat to receive an item to be delivered during their lunch hour. Let your Bobcat know you are thinking of them on their special day! See the attached flyer, and also available for purchase through our memberhub store. Thanks for your support!

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Northville Youth Network (NYN)

Northville Youth Network (NYN) provides valuable programs and services to the Northville Community such as education and awareness, referral services and case work services. As part of the ongoing Social Emotional education NYN provides to our community, they have included resources that are available for parents! Please check out NYN's Mindfulness and Resilience resource templates as well as all of their other offerings! Be sure to check back in the future as their templates will be updated throughout the year (

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Calling all elementary students! Join us for our November Wellness Wednesday program: Zumba Kids with Jade Schneider! Kids will get to dance and play games along with learning team work, confidence building, coordination and more. The theme of the class is gratitude.

Date: November 10th

Time: 4:30-5:30pm

Location: Northville Community Center - 303 W. Main St.

The program is free to kids ages 5-8 and pre-registration is required at this link:

See flyer for more details!

Overbooked – Parenting is hard. Your book club shouldn’t be!

Join us as we launch Overbooked 2.0, a quarterly book club co-hosted by a Northville personality. We are excited to announce that Joe Reimann, the new principal at Moraine Elementary, will be our inaugural host for our discussion on the book Why We Sleep, a revolutionary exploration of sleep, examining how it affects every aspect of our physical and mental well-being. Participants will learn about as well as share their own family sleep strategies that support healthy sleep habits.

November 18th from 7-8pm at the Northville Community Center

No registration necessary

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Leader in Me November Focus: Habit 2 - Begin with the End in Mind

We will be working on Habit 2: Begin With the End in Mind this month.

Begin with the End in Mind means to begin each day, task, or project with a clear vision of your desired direction and destination, and then continue by flexing your proactive muscles to make things happen. One of the best ways to incorporate Habit 2 into your life is to develop a Personal Mission Statement. It focuses on what you want to be and do. It is your plan for success. Plan ahead and set some goals - begin with the end in mind.

Great Books for Habit #2 - Begin With the End in Mind

  • The BFG by Roald Dahl
  • When I Grow Up by Sean Covey
  • Click Clack Moo Cows That Type by Doreen Cronin
  • Little Bunny on the Move by Peter McCarty
  • The School Story by Andrew Clements
  • Too Many Tamales by Gary Soto
  • Plant a Kiss by Amy Krouse

If you would like to recognize your child for using Habit 2: Be Begin with the End in Mind at home, please fill out the following Bobcat Boost and return it to your child's teacher.

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Spotlight on our Amerman Bobcats

Trunk or Treat! Thank you PTA!!!!

Halloween Fun!