Northville Memorial Day Parade
Monday May 27, 2013
Parade Time: 6pm
Route: Starting at Reed Street heading south down Main Street to Methodist Church
Ceremony: Outside Methodist Church immediately following the parade
Refreshments will be served on Methodist Church lawn after ceremony
Students participating in golf and soccer must have a current physical (within one year) on file before summer practices begin. If you have any questions please call Mrs. Fordyce at 863-7000.
High School Academic Awards:
The NCS High School Academic Awards ceremony will be held on Wednesday, May 29 at 7:00 pm in the NCS Auditorium.
Spring Art Show!
Annual K-12 Spring Art Show will be on Tuesday, May 21 from 4-8pm in the NCS Hallways!
Northville Central School will be offering Driver Education on July 1 to July 23 from 7:00 am to 1:00 p.m. Monday through Friday. The cost is $300.00 to district residents and $350.00 for out of district residents. Sign up in the high school office with a check made payable to Northville Central School. No sign up without the payment is accepted. There are only 16 seats available.
School Budget Vote
The NCS School Budget Vote & Board Election date is Tuesday May 21 from 12-8pm in the gym.
NCS Drama Club Presents "Oz!"
NCS Drama Club presents Oz! on June 7-8 at 7:00 p.m. in the NCS Auditorium.
Tickets: $6.00 or $20.00 for a family of 4 or more.
NCS PTO Bike-A-Thon 2013!
The NCS PTO is sponsoring their annual Bike-A-Thon on Friday, June 14 from 6pm to 8pm. Click the following link to view/print the flyer and sign-up form: PTO bike a thon 2013 flyer
Information on 2013-2014 Budget:
The annual public budget must be accompanied by the current year's school report card and accountability report. As of this time those documents continue to be embargoed by SED. Once they are released all legally required elements of the Public Budget will be on this site and released in printed form. Please click the following link to view/print the information on the 2013-2014 Budget:
At the April 23, 2013 regular Board of Education meeting the board, in response to the community petitions, passed a resolution by a vote of 5 – 0 to revisit the merger straw vote with Mayfield. The resolution will be forwarded to SED and a date will be set for the re-vote. The district is hoping to have a vote sometime in June but that must be determined by SED.
A straw vote is simply a vote of intent to move forward with the merger plan. A second binding vote must be held before the merger is finalized.
In the interim the merger document that contained two options will be redrafted to completely eliminate the option that raised Northville taxes to Mayfield rates. This should minimize the confusion about what the new district might look like. As soon as the document is printed copies will be distributed.
If the straw vote is held in June, the second and binding vote will be held sometime in the fall.
At that time if the vote is positive in both communities a new board will be elected and the new district will be formed.
Mayfield’s superintendent will be retiring in June and Northville’s superintendent retired last October. Rather than hire new superintendents, both boards of education have wisely opted to share an interim superintendent for one year as this merger exploration moves forward. The current uncertainty may restrict the candidate pool. By fall, the merger determination will be made as to whether it is one district or two, and highly-qualified potential candidates can confidently apply for the position(s).
NCS District Policies:
The policies of the Northville Central School District are in the process of being loaded onto the website. Keep checking "District Policies" under the BOE menu category to view the progress of this project.