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November 25 - 27, 2015


November 25 - 27, 2015

Senior Citizen's Holiday Dinner
December 3, 2015 at 6:00 p.m. - Northwestern Jr/Sr High School
Click on the "Click Here" below to see more information for the Senior Citizen Dinner.
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Jr/Sr High School Holiday Book Fair

November 30 - December 4 and December 7 - December 11, 2015

Jr/Sr High School Library

The times are 7:00 A.M. to 3:00 P.M.

Come check out all the great books and gift items the book fair has to offer.  All proceeds will be used to purchase new books for our library.  Parents and community members are also welcome to visit the book fair.

Hope to see you there!


If you are unable to visit the book fair you can shop online at:


All books order online will be shipped to the school at no extra charge by December 18, 2015.

North Hampton Lion's Club art contest North Hampton Lion's Club art contest

Katie Sindle recently came in second place in an art contest sponsored by the North Hampton Lion's Club.  The theme of the contest was International World Peace.

Selections 2015 Art Exhibit Selections 2015 Art Exhibit

Art works by juniors Tiffany Sanderson and Tori Hager were selected for exhibit by the Selections 2015 committee.  Tiffany and her mother, and Tori were accompanied by HWHS teachers Elizabeth Hilgenberg and Elizabeth Evans to the ceremony held at Mt. St. Joseph College in Cincinnati. 

Rotary Student & Citizen of the Month - October

The Northwestern Jr/Sr High School Rotary Student of the Month for October is Landon Rohrer. Landon is an exceptional student and a respected school leader. He excels in the classroom and on the field as a captain of the football team. Landon also participates in symphonic band, show choir, powerlifting, and National Honor Society. Landon is very involved in community service and is particularly proud of his participation in the school’s Young Life program. Landon plans to pursue a degree in biochemistry and hopes to make significant contributions to the field of diabetes research.

The Northwestern Jr/Sr High School Citizen of the Month for October is Ellis Ulery. Ellis is an excellent school leader. Ellis enacts positive change in the school environment through his elected position as student body president. Ellis’ positive attitude makes him a role model for his peers. Ellis participates on the basketball, football, and tennis teams at Northwestern. He is also very involved in Young Life. Ellis has interests in journalism, aviation, and theater and he plans to pursue a career that would combine these interests.

Click on the link below to view New Carlisle News article.


7 Habits of Happy Kids

Habits Of Happy Kids at Northwestern Elementary

Once a month I (Mrs. Barrett) have the opportunity to work with all students in their classrooms (K-6) in order to develop a healthy sense of self and positive interactions with others. This year we will continue to explore the Habits of Happy Kids developed by Stephen and Sean Covey through the Leader in Me framework. The purpose of the framework is to develop both private and public habits that encourage a respect for self and others, self-confidence, responsibility, empathy, independence, and teamwork. 

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Springfield, OH 45502

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