The Yearbook Committee is collecting pictures of current Northeast 5th graders from school-related events that happened during their Kindergarten through 4th grade years. Some suggested events are: Halloween parades, classroom parties, ice-cream socials, daughter/son events, Field Days, Learning to Look, Talent Shows, musical performances, Northeast Art Shows, first day of school, or any fun candid photos of Northeast fifth graders when they were in kindergarten through 4th grade. Please email pictures as “large” or “full size” images to [email protected]. Be sure to include “Through the Years” in the subject line.
Deadline to submit photos is Friday, January 14th. Thank you for your help!
Help spread some holiday cheer by delivering a gift to a Northeast student this year. You can select a child from the list using this sign-up sheet. All gifts should be delivered to school by Friday, December 17th. See the sign-up for further details.
Thank you for your generosity, and Happy Holidays!
Oh baby! The Northeast Yearbook Committee is collecting baby photos of all our 2021-2022 5th grade students for the yearbook. Please send one favorite baby photo of your child, between the ages of newborn through 2 years old. Deadline to send in your pictures is Wednesday, December 22nd.
There are two ways to send in your pictures.
Northeast picture retake day is scheduled for Thursday, December 2nd. This is the final opportunity for students who missed picture day in October. Photos from picture days will be used in the 2021-2022 school yearbook.
If your child would like to retake their school photos, please return the undamaged, original packet of pictures on retake day and it will be replaced with the new photos in 4-5 weeks. If you are ordering a package for the first time, please go to www.coffeepond.com to review package options. See PDF for details.
Please let your classroom teacher know if your child will be participating in picture retake day.
The Read A-Thon is over…. Although donations can still be accepted for the next week! The children did such an AMAZING job reading and getting donations to support their school, so proud of them all!!
At this point your child/children will have access to their Read A-Thon online awards store to use their “bucks” to spend. The latest to put your order in will be 11/25. After that, the prizes will be shipped to the school and delivered to each child in their class.
Officially we have raised $30,238.69 and the students read 64,612 minutes! Such an accomplishment, shine bright Northeast Stars!
Parent leadership training teaches parents how to be effective in the community and at the schools. Each leader will be mentored to develop a project through the experience. They will learn levels of government and what parts of government can assist in helping your community project. Ideas in the past were sensory pathways, gardens, pamphlets for PPT meetings, and student cooking class.
They will assist you to be effective in your communication of ideas. Previous graduates have used the network to be elected into school board positions.
This is how you make the difference for your children and your community.
Anyone accepted into the program can have their child be apart of the children’s leadership training. Children will learn about government and about what they are most passionate.
Come see what this life changing experience is all about!
Code talkers were Native Americans who were enlisted in the army in WW2 to help relay mission messages using the native Navajo language. The code was never broken by the Japanese.
Announcement to all of our Northeast Students! The Read A-Thon was extended, you have 1 more day to get those minutes read and donations in! The page will close at 5:00pm Monday, November 15th. Once the Read A-Thon is officially closed, students will have 10 days to order off the online Read A-Thon store. Prizes will then be delivered to school within a few weeks to be given to students. In addition to the online store prizes, the prizes for reading minutes and money raised will be handed out to the students at some point this week. Thank you all for the Amazing work you and your children have done to make this a success!!!