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Northwest Elementary School

3 months ago

SCHOOL HOURS

  • 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
  • Students to Class:  8:20 a.m.
  • Late Bell:  8:30 a.m.
  • Dismissal:  3:00 p.m.
  • 1/2 Day Dismissal:  11:45 a.m.


Mission


The mission of the Northwest School community, working with family and community, is to provide a safe, stimulating and positive learning environment that challenges all individuals to achieve their full potential in academic and life skills.

About Northwest


As well as offering a high quality of teaching and extra-curricular activities to our students, we also have a commitment to ensure that our students receive the best guidance and support so that they feel happy and safe here, and are, therefore, able to thrive and achieve academically.


Ms. Robichaud's Kindergarten Class

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New:  The Buddy Bench


This bench was recently installed by Mr. Peter Zumwalt and we are beyond thrilled!  It is a place where children (and adults) can go if they are looking for a friend.  Our hope is that students will come over and greet those that are sitting on the bench and encourage them to join in an activity.



SPIRIT-WEAR ORDER INFORMATION


Click on this block to visit the online store for Northeast Promotion & Apparel (formerly Blue Herron) for some great Northwest Items! Items can be bought online and either shipped to your home or picked up in store at 297 Hamilton Street in Leominster.

Click to Order

School Supplies

Northwest appreciates voluntary donations of school supplies for your child and/or your child's classroom.   See the list by clicking on this block.


LOST AND FOUND


We have a very large Lost and Found collection of clothing, etcetera.  If your child is missing anything, please have him/her check the Lost and Found, which is located outside of the cafeteria.  Parents can also feel free to come in and take a look.

  • Welcome back Northwest!!!
     Welcome back Northwest!!!

  • Welcome back Northwest!!!
    Welcome back Northwest!!!
  • Welcome back Northwest!!!
    Welcome back Northwest!!!
  • Welcome back Northwest!!!
  • Welcome back Northwest!!!
    Welcome back Northwest!!!
  • Welcome back Northwest!!!
    Welcome back Northwest!!!
  • Welcome back Northwest!!!
    Welcome back Northwest!!!
  • Welcome back Northwest!!!
    Welcome back Northwest!!!
  • Welcome back Northwest!!!
    Welcome back Northwest!!!
  • United Way Youth Venture: Northwest Animal Activists
    United Way Youth Venture:  Northwest Animal Activists
    We are proud to announce that Northwest School's Youth Venture Team ran a fundraiser this year to raise money for the the Gardner Animal Shelter. Their fundraiser activity was to tape both Ms. LeClair (Principal) and Mr. Prehna (Assistant Principal) to a wall. Students purchased strips of duct tape and guessed how many dog treats were in a jar for $1.00 each. The student who guessed the correct number of dog treats won a gift basket with a $25 gift card, stuffed animals and a cozy dog pillow! Congratulations to our gift basket winner, Elian in Mrs. Anzalone's 3rd grade classroom! Our Youth Venture Team raised close to a thousand dollars and we were excited to bring this money to the animal shelter! What a fun morning dedicated to a great cause!
  • United Way Youth Venture: Northwest Animal Activists
    United Way Youth Venture: Northwest Animal Activists
    Today, our Youth Venture Team ran their fundraiser to raise money for the the Gardner Animal Shelter. Their fundraiser was to tape both Ms. LeClair (Principal) and Mr. Prehna (Assistant Principal) to a wall. Students purchased strips of duct tape and guessed how many dog treats were in a jar for $1.00 each. The student who guessed the correct number of dog treats won a gift basket with a $25 gift card, stuffed animals and a cozy dog pillow! The winner who was the closest to the number of dog treats was Elian in Ms. Anzalone's 3rd grade classroom! Our Youth Venture Team raised close to a thousand dollars and we are excited to bring this money to the animal shelter! What a fun morning dedicated to a great cause!
  • United Way Youth Venture: Northwest Animal Activists
    United Way Youth Venture: Northwest Animal Activists
    Today, our Youth Venture Team ran their fundraiser to raise money for the the Gardner Animal Shelter. Their fundraiser was to tape both Ms. LeClair (Principal) and Mr. Prehna (Assistant Principal) to a wall. Students purchased strips of duct tape and guessed how many dog treats were in a jar for $1.00 each. The student who guessed the correct number of dog treats won a gift basket with a $25 gift card, stuffed animals and a cozy dog pillow! The winner who was the closest to the number of dog treats was Elian in Ms. Anzalone's 3rd grade classroom! Our Youth Venture Team raised close to a thousand dollars and we are excited to bring this money to the animal shelter! What a fun morning dedicated to a great cause!






    Today, our Youth Venture Team ran their fundraiser to raise money for the the Gardner Animal Shelter. Their fundraiser was to tape both Ms. LeClair (Principal) and Mr. Prehna (Assistant Principal) to a wall. Students purchased strips of duct tape and guessed how many dog treats were in a jar for $1.00 each. The student who guessed the correct number of dog treats won a gift basket with a $25 gift card, stuffed animals and a cozy dog pillow! The winner who was the closest to the number of dog treats was Elian in Ms. Anzalone's 3rd grade classroom! Our Youth Venture Team raised close to a thousand dollars and we are excited to bring this money to the animal shelter! What a fun morning dedicated to a great cause!
  • United Way Youth Venture: Northwest Animal Activists
    United Way Youth Venture: Northwest Animal Activists
    Today, our Youth Venture Team ran their fundraiser to raise money for the the Gardner Animal Shelter. Their fundraiser was to tape both Ms. LeClair (Principal) and Mr. Prehna (Assistant Principal) to a wall. Students purchased strips of duct tape and guessed how many dog treats were in a jar for $1.00 each. The student who guessed the correct number of dog treats won a gift basket with a $25 gift card, stuffed animals and a cozy dog pillow! The winner who was the closest to the number of dog treats was Elian in Ms. Anzalone's 3rd grade classroom! Our Youth Venture Team raised close to a thousand dollars and we are excited to bring this money to the animal shelter! What a fun morning dedicated to a great cause!






    Today, our Youth Venture Team ran their fundraiser to raise money for the the Gardner Animal Shelter. Their fundraiser was to tape both Ms. LeClair (Principal) and Mr. Prehna (Assistant Principal) to a wall. Students purchased strips of duct tape and guessed how many dog treats were in a jar for $1.00 each. The student who guessed the correct number of dog treats won a gift basket with a $25 gift card, stuffed animals and a cozy dog pillow! The winner who was the closest to the number of dog treats was Elian in Ms. Anzalone's 3rd grade classroom! Our Youth Venture Team raised close to a thousand dollars and we are excited to bring this money to the animal shelter! What a fun morning dedicated to a great cause!
  • United Way Youth Venture: Northwest Animal Activists
    United Way Youth Venture: Northwest Animal Activists
    Today, our Youth Venture Team ran their fundraiser to raise money for the the Gardner Animal Shelter. Their fundraiser was to tape both Ms. LeClair (Principal) and Mr. Prehna (Assistant Principal) to a wall. Students purchased strips of duct tape and guessed how many dog treats were in a jar for $1.00 each. The student who guessed the correct number of dog treats won a gift basket with a $25 gift card, stuffed animals and a cozy dog pillow! The winner who was the closest to the number of dog treats was Elian in Ms. Anzalone's 3rd grade classroom! Our Youth Venture Team raised close to a thousand dollars and we are excited to bring this money to the animal shelter! What a fun morning dedicated to a great cause!






    Today, our Youth Venture Team ran their fundraiser to raise money for the the Gardner Animal Shelter. Their fundraiser was to tape both Ms. LeClair (Principal) and Mr. Prehna (Assistant Principal) to a wall. Students purchased strips of duct tape and guessed how many dog treats were in a jar for $1.00 each. The student who guessed the correct number of dog treats won a gift basket with a $25 gift card, stuffed animals and a cozy dog pillow! The winner who was the closest to the number of dog treats was Elian in Ms. Anzalone's 3rd grade classroom! Our Youth Venture Team raised close to a thousand dollars and we are excited to bring this money to the animal shelter! What a fun morning dedicated to a great cause!
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