Good morning NWES parents and guardians. Although we are on a normal schedule today, your student's school bus may be running late. If your student(s) arrive late to school, they will not be counted as tardy. Thank you for your understanding and patience as our bus drivers work to get everyone to school safely. Have a great day and GO WARRIORS!!!!
Free clothing giveaway on March 25th at Restoration Park Church
Hello NWES Parents and Guardians. I have two announcements to share with you about afternoon bussing. If you choose to self-transport your student(s) after reading this message, please make sure you call the elementary office (937.964.3240) as soon as possible to make us aware of this change. Bus 14 - Cateau Estates and Honeycreek Mobile Home Park - Students who reside at Chateau Estates can be expected to be dropped off between 4:45 P.M. and 5:00 P.M. Students who reside at Honeycreek Mobile Home Park can be expected between 5:10 P.M. and 5:15 P.M. Bus 4 - Students who ride Bus 4 will have a 30-35 minute delay in their normal dropoff time. We are hoping to have all students on this bus home between 4:35 P.M. and 5:15 P.M. Again, if you choose to self-transport, please make sure you call the elementary office (937.964.3240) as soon as possible to make us aware of this change. We greatly appreciate your flexibility and understanding as we work our way through bus driver shortages. Thank you and GO WARRIORS!!!!
Hello NWES Parents and Guardians! Similar to this morning, if you reside at Chateau Estates or the Honey Creek Mobile Home Park, your student's school bus will be arriving tomorrow (Friday, March 10) between 8:10 A.M. and 8:15 A.M. Thank you and GO WARRIORS!!
Ms. Walsh’s Geometry classes spent the day at Sunrise Cooperative learning how math is used in their Agricultural business. The employees were very welcoming of our students and gave up their work day to talk to our students about math in Agronomy, Energy, Grain and Precision Solutions. They even provided lunch for all the students!! Thank you Sunrise!
Good morning NWES parents and guardians. If you reside at the Honey Creek Mobile Home Park or Chateau Estates, your student's school bus will be running late today. Please expect the school bus in your area between 8:10 A.M. and 8:15 A.M. If the bus arrives to school after the tardy bell, this will not count against your students. Thank you for your understanding and GO WARRIORS!!!
The Social and Emotional Development Team at the Greene County ESC will facilitate virtual meetings to empower parents of children ages 0-10, through positive supportive networking. Each month new information will be presented to encourage us to reflect on communication with our children without blame or shame, but through the use of humor, support, and resource sharing. Parents can join any session to participate or just listen in! The schedule for March is as follows: Tuesday, March 7th - 8:00pm-8:30pm Wednesday, March 8th - 1:00pm-1:30pm Tuesday, March 21st - 8:00pm-8:30pm Wednesday, March 22nd - 1:00pm-1:30pm Join each meeting here: https://zoom.us/j/97049694203 See the announcement flyer here or contact: ECMHTeam@greeneESC.org for more information.
N-Dub Supply- A Junior Achievement Company Program is selling shirts. Please click the QR Code to place your order today!
Hello Northwestern Elementary Parents and Guardians. I am excited to share with everyone that A.M. Latchkey services will resume tomorrow, March 7, 2023. The hours of 6 A.M. to 8:20 A.M. are still in place. Upon your arrival, please be sure to introduce yourself and your student(s) to our new A.M. Latchkey Aide, Mrs. Nikki Gordon. Have a great day and GO WARRIORS!!!!
Reminder to all families: Monday, March 6th is a scheduled virtual day. Have a great weekend!
There is an error in the Spring Newsletter: There is NOT a virtual day on April 17th. Sorry for any confusion!
Congratulations to our very own, Mrs. Tiana Smith- Elementary Building Secretary, for receiving the New Carlisle Rotary Support Staff Employee of the Year!
The 2023-2024 district calendar was approved at February's board meeting. https://core-docs.s3.amazonaws.com/documents/asset/uploaded_file/1149/NLSD/2820977/2023_2024_District_Calendar.pdf
The storm has passed. Students are returning to their rooms. We will follow our regular dismissal procedures. Thank you for being so cooperative.
Students are being relocated from their rooms and moved to storm-safe areas. They will remain there until the storm passes.
Buy your Warrior phone case from the Junior Achievement class! nw-junior-achievement.square.site
Today is National School Resource Officer Day! WHEREAS, The National Association of School Resource Officers (NASRO) is dedicated to making schools and children safer by providing the highest-quality training to school-based law enforcement officers; WHEREAS, school resource officers (SROs) bridge gaps between youth and law enforcement and embrace a triad concept of school policing, serving in informal counseling, education and law enforcement roles to support students and communities they serve; WHEREAS, by training law enforcement officers to counsel, educate, and protect school communities, the men and women of NASRO continuously lead by example and promote a positive image of law enforcement to school children and school communities; WHEREAS, SRO programs across the globe are founded as collaborative efforts by police agencies, law enforcement officers, educators, students, parents, and communities to create safe learning environments, provide valuable resources to school staff members, foster positive relationships with students and develop strategies to resolve problems that affect youth with the goal of protecting all children, so they can reach their fullest potential; WHEREAS, school resource officers are valuable and essential members of the education community and deserve unwavering respect and support from the public in the pursuit of keeping schools and students safe; NOW, THEREFORE, the National Association of School Resource Officers hereby proclaims February 15 as School Resource Officer Appreciation Day, a special day to show appreciation for school-based law enforcement officers, and encourages all citizens to show their gratitude with displays of support and personal messages. Thank you, Deputy Crump, for ALL that you do at Northwestern!
This is a reminder to all families- Friday, Feb. 17th is a scheduled virtual day and Monday, Feb. 20th we have NO SCHOOL to observe Presidents' Day. Thank you!
Congratulations to the Northwestern Competition Cheer Team. They competed last week at the UCA High School Nationals Championship. Varsity Non-Building Game Day finished 11th in the Nation and Game Day Small Varsity Coed finished 12th in the Nation. Congratulations Warriors!
What time is it? SCIENCE TIME! On Friday, NW Elementary hosted Mister C- a live, interactive and educational science show. Air is Everywhere taught students properties of air through engaging sets and a lot of laughter! For more information about Mister C and his awesome STE(a)M experiments please check out these resources: YouTube channel: www.youtube.com/learningscienceisfun www.diysciencetime.com - TV show (Also a wonderful resource for teachers). 26 full length episodes of content for intermediate grades. www.wunderstem.com - career exploration series (Also pretty awesome!)