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Boys playing on the playground equipment.
Our Learning Consultant receiving a grant from the Northville Education Foundation (NEF)
Picture of the Thornton Creek playground.
Student excited to start school.
Thornton Creek welcome sign.
Group of students with PAWS.
A back view of the school.
Kindergartens learning fire safety.
Mrs. Shuart in her classroom.
A picture of Thornton Creek entrance
Make a Difference Day with Mrs. Gertley.
A group of boys collaborating in the classroom.
Children cleaning up the school grounds with Mrs. Gertley.
Students having lunch in the cafeteria.

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9-1-21 NPS Welcome / 2021-2022 Information

The first day of school is Tuesday, September 7, 2021. Learn more about annual registration, Covid-19 safety and mitigation plans, transportation update, school lunches and transition support

2021-22 COVID Mitigation Plan Effective 8/26/2021

On Tuesday, August 24, 2021, the Northville Public Schools Board of Education approved a modified 2021-22 COVID-19 Mitigation Plan, voting in favor of Universal Indoor Masking for students, staff, and visitors when community transmission of COVID-19 is at the moderate, substantial and/or high transmission level as defined by CDC metrics, with consideration given to our local community data along with county data. If our community moves into low transmission that is sustained for a period of time (i.e. 7-14 days), masks would be strongly recommended, but not required. The combined City of Northville/Northville Twp community transmission (seven- day average cases per 100,000 population) is currently in HIGH transmission, consistent with levels of transmission in both Wayne and Oakland Counties, after a sustained period of time in substantial transmission. The universal masking expectation will go into effect beginning on August 26, 2021.

7/6/21 NPS Summer Program COVID Protocol Update

After thoughtful consideration of this information, along with the remaining layers of mitigation currently in place in our classrooms and schools, the Board of Education supported a modification of our face mask protocol in our summer programs to provide for greater parental choice.
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