Friday, February 23, 2018

Superintendent Briefing February 23, 2018

@lewishowes
We have some great activities occurring throughout the district.  As we continue to strive to make NPPSD a great school district, it will be important to work collectively in achieving greatness.  Anytime you have greatness occurring at your school, please share so we build upon each other’s strengths.  Thank you for the great work!  



A great school district is made up of a group of great schools working collaboratively and systemically towards a common purpose.  The North Platte Public Schools are working collectively to become a great school district. 



                                       NPHS


       Swimming & Diving





Congratulations to the following girls and boys for qualifying for the 2018 NSAA State Swimming & Diving Championships in Lincoln next Thursday, Friday, and Saturday! 


Boys 200 Medley Relay:  Montana Heffernan, Zane Leibhart, Scott Dike, Luke Entz.
Boys 200 Free Relay:  Zane Leibhart, Montana Heffernan, Nathan Dowhower, Luke Entz.
Boys 400 Free Relay:  Zane Leibhart, Scott Dike, Nathan Dowhower, Jalen Dickinson
50 Free:  Luke Entz
100 Free:  Luke Entz
100 Breaststroke:  Zane Leibhart
100 Backstroke:  Montana Heffernan
Boys Alternates:  Chase Leibhart, Ethan Ramsey, Jamon Davis
Girls 200 Free Relay:  Izzy Eisenrich, Hunter Rathjen, Regan Gifford, Molly Fitzpatrick
Girls Alternates:  Rachel Hatch, Mirabella Pigati
Girls Diving:  Riley Smith
Boys Diving:  Miles Sweeney, Jonathan Brouillette

Good Luck to all the state qualifiers and coaches!


North Platte Public Schools is implementing a new grading and reporting process this year. The purpose of North Platte School District’s grading and reporting is to ensure achievement grades are consistent, accurate, meaningful, and supportive/timely for all students. 

Grading & Reporting Debate:​  Let’s step back from the brink and attempt a more rational dialog with the critics of standards-based grading: http://bit.ly/2EqxUb1



The Foundation 1980's themed Bulldog Bowl pictures:

The AAA's - Awesome Administrative Assistants team - raised the most money as a team at $560.  The overall individual money raiser was Lake Maloney's Administrative Assistant Sarah Whalen who raised $310.




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