Northwood Middle School

May 2022

Principals' Page


What better way to kick off our last full month of the 2021-22 school year than by celebrating our teachers and school staff. These individuals are the heart and soul of Northwood Middle School and this week, we say THANK YOU! Our staff will be enjoying meals thanks to our generous Student Council, as well as surprises throughout the week. We encourage you to send a thank you email to the staff members who have had an impact on your student this school year.

Brenda Wittman and Michael Basinski


Northwood Middle School

Important May Dates

Thursday, May 5th: All school field trip to the EHS PAC to see Annie, Jr.

Friday, May 6th: Annie, Jr at the EHS PAC at 7pm

Thursday, May 12th: Lorain County 5th/6th Grade Spelling Bee at Northwood MS

Wednesday, May 18th: Elyria City Schools Family Fun Night -- NO HOMEWORK!

Friday, May 20th: All School Luau from 2:50 - 4:45

Friday, May 27th: ECSD Learn From Home Day

Monday, May 30th: Memorial Day -- No School

Tuesday, May 31st: Pet Parade


Annie, Jr:

On Thursday, May 5th, all students will be attending a daytime performance of Annie, Jr at the PAC. Students will be bussed from Northwood to the Elyria High for the production. Students must have an emergency card on file to attend the field trip; no permission slip is necessary.

An evening production of Annie, Jr. will begin at 7pm on Friday, May 6th at the PAC. Tickets cost $7 and are only available at the door, beginning at 5:30. Come and see the wealth of singing and acting talent that we have at Northwood!

Pioneer Family Fun Night:

On Wednesday, May 18th, local Elyria restaurants and ice creams shops will offer elyria families discounted prices. All Elyria Schools students will have NO HOMEWORK on this very special night. Stay tuned for more details, including lists of activities and discounts.

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June 1st - 3rd: 8th grade trip to Washington, DC

June 3rd - Pioneer Challenge Day

June 10th: Last Day of School for Students

State of the Schools Address

Please take some time to watch Superintendent Ann Schloss' State of the Schools address: