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This week's activities (September 22-September 26)

Homecoming Week

Monday--College Day
Tuesday--Hero Day
Wednesday--Western Day
Thursday--Gangster/Convict Day
Friday--Purple & Gold Day

Monday--Volleyball home against Trinity Christian at 5/6/7 pm
Weight training 4pm

Wednesday--Culture Night 6pm

Friday--Homecoming Parade
  Football home against Drake/Anamoose 7pm

Saturday--Cross Country at Beulah



 

Picture Day is Monday, October 6th for the High School and Middle School. Order portraits now at MyLifetouch.com using Picture Day ID ND014445Y0



New Town Public Schools

PO Box 700 300 Eagle Drive New Town, ND 58763-0700

NEW TOWN SCHOOL DISTRICT PURPOSE AND MISSON

PURPOSE
New Town School District #1 envisions schools where teachers learn together and students experience success through authentic, real-life learning activities; focusing on an appreciation of the diversity of society and an ever-changing world, thereby creating the greatest opportunities possible for students.
MISSION
The mission of the New Town School District #1 is to create an environment which develops, nurtures, and reinforces the success of students, as well as all people served by the district, through the shared involvement of home, community and school. Our purpose is to develop and provide quality curriculum to prepare students to think, reason and thrive in a diverse society.
RESPECT
Recognizing, accepting, and properly honoring the values of yourself, others, and everything around you.

Business Office - 701-627-3650

High School - 701-627-3658

Middle School - 701-627-3660

Elementary - 701-627-3718


Annual Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) District Reports 2013-14



Public Service Announcement:

Know Before you go this winter.  Download the NEW NDROADS Smartphone App

Go to http://www.dot.nd.gov  for more information. The app is also available in your app store on your phone. For more information, click on the link below.



New Town's Bullying Policy

The New Town School District prohibits acts of harassment and bullying. Bullying is defined as any written or verbal expression, electronically transmitted act, or gesture, or a pattern thereof that is intended to cause distress upon one or more students in the school environment. Bullying includes, but is not limited to, teasing, alienation, physical contact, intimidation, and threats.


 **NEW** Bullying Forms--Revised February 2014