The Northwood Elementary Connection
June 2022 Parent Newsletter
From the Desk of Principal Miranda Roscoe
Hello Northwood Elementary Families-
The end of the school year is approaching. The last day for students is Friday, June 10th. The End of Year Awards Assembly for students in grades K-4 will take place Thursday, June 9th at 9:30 a.m. in the middle school gym. Students receiving awards were given parent invites to take home. Parents and guests may enter from the elementary or middle school entrances.
The Kindergarten Celebration Picnic will take place Friday, June 10th from 12-1 on the middle school lawn. Refer to teacher communication for details about the Kindergarten Celebration Picnic.
Thank you to Northwood Elementary PTA for providing parents of Kindergarten students with pizza for the Kindergarten Celebration Picnic.
Thank you to school counselor Milesa Brunetti for organizing the recent Flower Walk. We received many thanks from our neighbors for the flower that was left at their door.
Winning Classrooms for Positive Behavior Ice Cream Treat Incentive for May
Grades K-2 - Mrs. Hammer's class won with 29 tally marks
Grades 3-4 - Ms. Schulte's class won with 12 tally marks
Winning classrooms received tally marks for positive hallway behavior.
Have a safe and relaxing summer!
Principal Northwood Elementary
SchoolStore Fundraiser Update
June 9th- End of Year Awards Assembly- 9:30 (Middle School Gym)
June 10th- Kindergarten Celebration Picnic 12-1
June 10th- Last day of School for students
June 20th- All Elyria School and offices are closed in celebration of Juneteenth (national and state holiday commemorating the end of slavery
June 21st- First day of summer school for select students
Summer Lunches Available
Second Harvest Food Pantry @ Ely Stadium 3:30-5:30
Goals for Northwood Elementary School 2021-2022
By the end of the 2023/2024 school year 75% of teachers will design lessons that consider the point of view and interest of all students to enhance their learning.
Safe and Healthy Schools
By the end of the 2023/2024 school year, Elyria City Schools will improve 75% of students' sense of safety and feelings of belonging through health/wellness support, increased implicit bias awareness, and positive behavior programming as measured by a 30% decreased discipline referrals and 30% increased attendance.
Elyria Schools Belief Statements
- Learners thrive when school is engaging and personally meaningful.
- All Pioneers have a voice in decisions that affect them
- Excellence is achieved through a detailed vision, commitment, and moral leadership