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Starting the 2020-2021 School Year

The 2020-2021 Northville Public School year will begin in a September Virtual Start followed by transitions throughout the month of September into in-person learning designed by grade level.

Northville Public Schools will provide two educational options for students starting in Fall 2020
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Northville Connections Digital Newsletter, September 2020

View what's inside this month's Northville Connections: First day of School (#Northville1stDay); Hillside Student named Doodle for Google Michigan Winner; Transitioning to In-Person; Important Notes for In-Person Students: COVID-19 Symptom Screening, Ordering Lunches, Recommended Items to Bring to School; 2017 Bond Update; Nov. 3rd Election Information: NPS Board Candidates, Wayne County Enhancement Millage; ABCD Award: Above and Beyond the Call of Duty Staff Recognition; Public Notices: Stormwater Management, Pest Management, Title IX; Upcoming Events
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Welcome to the 2020-21 School Year

We are excited to begin the 2020-2021 school year on Tuesday, September 8, 2020. All across Northville Public Schools, our teachers, principals, district leaders, and staff, together with our families, have put an incredible amount of work into preparing for the start of our school year – for our families electing the in-person option following our September virtual transition, as well as for those who have elected to remain virtual through at least the first semester.
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NPS Introduces Schoology

Northville Public Schools is now using Schoology, an integrated learning management solution that provides course management, mobile learning, and support for system-wide communication.
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NPS School Re-entry Communication, August 6, 2020

On Tuesday, August 4, 2020, the Northville Public Schools Board of Education approved a plan to begin the 2020-2021 school year with a Virtual Start for the month of September for elementary, middle and high school students that will transition to an approved in-person scenario no later than the first week of October.
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