News from the View!

Dedicated to furthering the lives of our students.


I hope your staying warm, and have had a good start to the New Year! A big thank you goes out to all of student performers at our most recent assembly talent show. The performances were a huge hit and our students, and staff really enjoyed themselves. Be sure to periodically check the school's website, and calendar to see many more exciting things planned for this school year.

As we make our way through the winter months, I wanted to take a moment to share a few cold weather FYI’s as they relate to school. Any cancellations of school programs or co-curricular activities or events will be placed on the district's website as soon as the decision to cancel them has been made. Please be sure to check the website if you think something may be canceled due to inclement weather.

If you have any questions about this or anything else related to North View Middle School, please feel free to contact me. If you would like to view previous newsletters, please click here.

Noticias de la View!

Xov Xwm Los Ntawm Kev Pom(View)!

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In case you missed!

At North View Middle School we believe that no significant learning can occur without a significant relationship. Because of this belief, we spend a considerable amount of time during the school year as a school community to make real connections, develop a positive school and celebrate student success. Some of those activities are highlighted below.
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Not only are we building community with our learners, but we are also engaging your students in a variety of learning experiences. At North View Middle School we believe that using the distinctive nature of young adolescents as the foundation upon which all decisions about school organization, policies, curriculum, instruction, and assessment are made is crucial to their success. One of such decision that was made this year was to offer flexible seating options to our students.
Are you looking for a good book for your student during these long winter months? If so, take a look at the young adult reading recommendations by Allison Siroy, NVMS 8th grade English teacher at the link below.
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Community Resource

Life can be wonderful, fun, and uplifting, but life can also be difficult, stressful, and overwhelming at times. If you or a loved one are experiencing a crisis (any type of crisis), text 741741 to receive help from a trained Crisis Counselor. Here is the link for the Crisis Text Line website for more information:

Family Listening Session

Tuesday, Feb. 26th, 6-8pm

5869 69th Avenue North

Brooklyn Park, MN

We want to be your school of choice, and we need your perspective to do that. We want to hear what you think is going well at North View, what you think is not working well, and what you need for your child to be successful and happy at North View. Child care, and dinner will be provided.

RSVPs are enabled for this event.

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Our Commitments:

We, the staff at North View Middle School, commit to…

  • Providing challenging academic opportunities that are relevant, engaging, culturally responsive, and rigorous.
  • Providing a meaningful, encouraging and safe environment that fosters the whole child, and focuses on student strengths.
  • Including data driven best practices and instruction that meets the academic and individual needs of our students, improves student achievement, and promotes growth.
  • Engaging in continued professional development to ensure that we are aware of our students’ racial perspectives, challenge our biases, and include practices that serve our diverse student population.
  • Providing effective collaborative partnerships with the entire school community by ensuring that we encourage multiple opportunities for involvement, communication, and access.
  • Modeling and implementing daily engaging multi-level reading and writing strategies within our classrooms.
  • Accepting responsibility for each student’s success and celebrate that success with our school community.

Our Mission!

Committed to furthering the lives of each student by using the best practices available.

About me.


This is my fifth year serving as principal of North View Middle School. Before coming to North View, a large portion of my professional career has been spent with Osseo Area schools, six of which were spent working as the Assistant Principal of Osseo Senior High. Before that, I spent time as a Dean of Students for Richfield High School and middle school level Science teacher and behavior dean with the Minneapolis public school system.

While in Minneapolis, I spent five wonderful years teaching middle level Science at Lincoln Community School and Anishanabe Academy to sixth, seventh and eighth grader and two years providing academic and behavioral support while working as dean. My past experiences have shaped my core beliefs and philosophy of education. For me, schools must be an integral part of the community they serve. They should also be focused on high expectations for all students, and through developmentally appropriate and strong instructional practices, give students the knowledge, skills and confidence needed to exceed these expectations.

If you would like to connect with me please click here. I would love to hear from you!