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Address:
28 Carson Street
Irvine, CA 92620
Phone: (949) 936-5950
Attendance Line: (949) 936-5951
FAX: (949) 936-5959

A National Blue Ribbon & California Distinguished School

 

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Upcoming Events

February 12

Friday

February 15

Monday

No School

Friday, February 12th

Staff Development Day -

No School

There will be no school on

Monday, February 15th,

in observance of Washington’s Day.

Washington

 

 

Debra Krumpholz Memorial Fund

Northwood Elementary lost a dear staff member, Debra Krumpholz. Mrs. Krumpholz served as our school psychologist at Northwood for 33 years and 35 years in education.She was known for her passion, dedication, advocacy, and support of our students, staff and families.

The Krumpholz family has created a memorial fund that would support Northwood students and staff that honors the legacy of Debra Krumpholz.

If you would like to make a donation,

please click on the link.

 

 

ACE

Enroll NOW to secure your spot.

 

CLASSES OFFERED CLICK HERE!

Registration for our Winter IPSF ACE classes is OPEN.

ACE classes are a sure boredom buster and are offered right here on the Northwood campus after school. We are proud to welcome back some old time favorites like Chess, Clay, Cartooning and Jedi Engineering with Legos. We are also excited to offer Acting with Shakespeare and Marine Biology.

To register for any of the classes

log on to:

February 18

Thursday

JOG-A-THON KICK OFF

 

February 19

Friday

 

Irvine Junior Games Sign-Up

Grades 4 - 6

How do I sign up??

It is easy!

Go to

www.IrvineJuniorGames.com

and complete the simple registration process online!

LAST DAY TO REGISTER FOR 4TH -6TH GRADES

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 19TH.

Entry fee is $30/ athlete and includes an Irvine Junior Games 2016 T-shirt, track clinic, and "free day" at Camp James.

Sunday, May 15th

Check in 8:30am, 9:00am - 6:00pm

Irvine Jr. Games

 

February 17

Wednesday

Irvine Unified School District

6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

The Orange County Council for Gifted and Talented Education, in conjunction with Orange County Department of Education, Fullerton School District, and Irvine Unified School District, presents a free opportunity for parents and teachers of gifted learners.

An Educational Night for Parents:

Understanding the Social and Emotional Needs of Gifted Children.

Featured Speaker: Ian Byrd, Educational Consultant/Trainer

Space is limited for this free event; however, registration is required.

Please note the online registration links

Registration Link: http://ocde.k12oms.org/1287-108950

Irvine Unified School District Learning Center;

Conference Room 1

3387 Barranca Parkway, Irvine, CA 92606

February 22

Monday

Pizza Monday!

at Northwood Pizza

Northwood Pizza

Monday, February 22nd

Located in Northwood Town Center. Call for Delivery or Pick-up.

Bring in flyer and 20% will be donated to Northwood Elementary

714-838-2111

Click here for flyer

Thank you for your support!

February 23

Tuesday

NORTHWOOD GATE PARENT

INFORMATION NIGHT

gate

Tuesday, February 23, 2016

6:00 to 7:00 pm

Northwood Elementary

Multi-Purpose Room

What is the selection process for The Gifted and Talented (GATE)  identification in Irvine? What is APAAS all about?

Parents interested in discovering the answers to these questions and see firsthand examples of how the Common Core State Standards are differentiated for our gifted and talented students at Northwood Elementary are invited to attend our information night.

 

 

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Traffic Safety

crossing guard

Our parking lot can accommodate our staff but our school was designed for a walking community. With many parents driving, we are experiencing excessive traffic and delayed pick up for kids while fostering an atmosphere that could become dangerousfor our community. After observing our traffic patterns, I would like for you to consider one or more of the following options in order to provide a safer environment for our Northwood students, staff and parents:

 

  • Walk - It's healthy, environmentally friendly, and a great way to bond with others.

​ Parents can wait in one of three areas:

  1. ​In front of the school
  2. Next to the park (must stay on grass - the blacktop is for instructional use)
  3. Next to entrance off Lewis (please stay near wall)
  • Park on the street OR in our our parking lot (pick up only) - Get out and walk your child to your car. This may cost a few extra minutes, but it will reduce the traffic back up and ensure your child is safely boarded inyour vehicle.
  • Park Behind the School - There is a long stretch of sidewalk. If you drive in off of Trabuco, left on Lewis and then on Lindberg, you can park along the long stretch behind our school. Agree on a meeting place and have your child scan and look for your car behind our school - this is a great practice for upper grade students
  • Please be respectful to our neighbors and do not block their driveway.

Please note that there is no supervision for students and students must be picked up within 10 minutes of dismissal.

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ST MATH

Northwood Elementary

ST MATH

Students can simply log on to http://stmath.com/

and enter their picture password to participate.

What is ST Math? Created by MIND Research Institute, Spatial-Temporal (ST) Math®

is game-based instructional software for K-12 and is designed to boost math comprehension and proficiency through visual learning. Integrating with classroom instruction, ST Math incorporates the latest research in learning and the brain and promotes mastery-based learning and mathematical understanding. The ST Math

software games use interactive, graphically-rich animations that visually represent mathematical concepts to improve conceptual understanding and problem-solving skills. Whether in the classroom, computer lab or at home, learning never stops with ST Math.