5780 Troy Road
Springfield, OH 45502  

Phone: (937) 964-1324 
Fax: (937) 964-6006

Building Hours
7:30 AM - 2:27 PM

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Elk's Essay Awards

Elk's Essay Awards presentations on Thursday, June 25.  Northwestern sixth graders (soon to be seventh graders) Logan Burns and Kyliegh Stieger were award recipients.

Event: Annual Elk's Patriotism Essay Contest - 2015 Topic: What the Pledge of Allegiance Means To Me.

Elk's Patriotism Chair Person: Sam Ridder

Logan Burns: 1st Place at the Springfield Elk's Lodge - Awarded $200

Kyliegh Stieger: 3rd Place at the Springfield Elk's Lodge and 1st Place in the Elk's Southwest District - Awarded $200.

 

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Elk's Essay Awards

Elk's Essay Awards presentations on Thursday, June 25.  Northwestern sixth graders (soon to be seventh graders) Logan Burns and Kyliegh Stieger were award recipients.

Event: Annual Elk's Patriotism Essay Contest - 2015 Topic: What the Pledge of Allegiance Means To Me.

Elk's Patriotism Chair Person: Sam Ridder

Logan Burns: 1st Place at the Springfield Elk's Lodge - Awarded $200

Kyliegh Stieger: 3rd Place at the Springfield Elk's Lodge and 1st Place in the Elk's Southwest District - Awarded $200.

 

SUMMER HOURS SUMMER HOURS

SUMMER HOURS:

MONDAY-FRIDAY

7:30 AM-2:30 PM

Congratulations Class of 2015!

Congratulations to the Class of 2015! Welcome to the Warrior Alumni Family!

2015 SUMMER OPPORTUNITIES FOR KIDS 2015 SUMMER OPPORTUNITIES FOR KIDS

Click here for the 2015 SUMMER OPPORTUNITIES FOR KIDS INFORMATION

Road Widening Construction To Begin at Main Entrance

The road widening construction project is set to begin on Monday, April 20, 2015.  Traffic will still have access to the main entrance off of 41. The project is slated to last approximately 8 weeks.

 

 

"Opt Out" of State Testing "Opt Out" of State Testing

February 17, 2015

Dear Parent/Guardian,

We are aware that there is a growing movement where some parents/guardians are considering the decision to allow their children to “opt out” of state testing.  However, as a district, Northwestern encourages all parents/guardians to allow their children to participate in state testing for several reasons.  

Please know that we value your involvement in the educational process and want to ensure that you have the following information about testing.

State and federal laws require all Ohio school districts to administer tests in specific grades and courses to all students. While there is no law or official state procedure that allows parents or students to opt out of testing, we understand your concerns and respect your rights as a parent.

However, we do want to make sure you are fully-informed about the possible consequences of opting out of testing. First and foremost, data is a valuable tool our educators use to make decisions for your child’s education. The data collected from state-approved assessments such as PARCC, in addition to classroom assessments and assignments, is used by our teachers and administrators to help your child be successful in school. The information provided to our teachers from PARCC can be used to decide placement in advanced courses, interventions, differentiated instruction, and instructional practices to ensure that we are providing all students with a high-quality education. Although we will have data from other sources that we can use, we believe that the PARCC data is a crucial piece of this information.

The Ohio Department of Education also provides the following potential consequences of opting out of testing for students, districts, schools, and teachers:

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Northwestern Jr/Sr High School
5780 Troy Road
Springfield, OH 45502  

Phone: (937) 964-1324 
Fax: (937) 964-6006
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