Today, JE Dunn will need to temporarily shut down the water/sewer to the bathrooms located in the elementary side of the building. They aren't sure how long this will take. They will also need to shut down the vo-ag sink, shop floor drain, and the drinking fountains by the restrooms by the elementary bathrooms. They will notify us when the shutdown will start.
If there is anyone wishing to confer with Ms. Jung (English) on Wednesday, September 16, or Wednesday, September 23, please email her at email@example.com
At 3:30 PM, the fourth grade GBB will scrimmage two quarters. The regularly scheduled games against Heart River will begin at 4 PM.
Parents should check their emails for directions to set up appointments for PT Conferences with their children's teachers. There is NO SCHOOL on Friday, September 18. The teachers have a professional development day.
The elementary football team will be playing here against Killdeer on Thursday, September 17, at 5:00 PM. Please note the change in time.
Just a reminder to all that Friday, September 18, is a professional development day for the teachers which means no school for the students. Fall Sports Picture Day has been tentatively set for this Thursday, September 17. This involves cross country, seven through twelve volleyball, and fourth-fifth-sixth girls basketball.
The Junior High Volleyball game scheduled for tonight, Monday, September 14th against Hettinger/Scranton has been changed to start at 4:30 PM at New England High School.
There is a junior high and junior varsity football game in Hettinger Monday, September 14th starting at 4:00 PM. The bus will leave New England at 1:45 PM.
There will be no junior high volleyball practice on Friday, September 11, or Friday, September 18.
Parent Teacher Conferences are an important way for teachers to learn more about their students from families, and provide feedback to families about students’ academic performance. However, during the COVID-19 pandemic, we need to conference remotely. Parent Teacher Conferences were originally scheduled for September 16th and September 23rd. We won’t be meeting face to face at the school; however, teachers will work with families to schedule conferences during a time that is mutually convenient for both to attend. These conferences can be by phone or Microsoft Teams. If you would like to utilize Microsoft Teams, we will utilize your students Teams account to meet virtually. These past months have been an unprecedented time in all of our lives. During this uncertain time, it is critical that we hear from families, caregivers, and children about how they are doing and how our supports are working for them. This is unchartered territory for everyone, and we need to work together to ensure we are creating a positive environment for our student to make academic progress. Thank you for all your support getting our students back into school!
Looking for a great job? New England Public School is looking for a Teacher Assistant. The school district will provide training for this position. Teacher Assistants have the benefit of a regular school schedule, allowing parents to be home with their children. Many of our Teacher Assistants started because it worked so well with their schedules while their children attend school. If you have an interest in helping out as a Teacher Assistant, have questions, up to the challenge, seeking a good wage for your time spent and work well with children, please call the District Office at 701-579-4160. Ask to speak to Kelly Koppinger, Superintendent.
To enter the Zoom Meeting, please go to Zoom on the Internet. You will have to download the app onto your computer or phone. Enter the Meeting ID and passcode from the previous message because the link may not work. The meeting should be open around 6:15 PM.
There is a Zoom Meeting regarding graduation and scholarship opportunities for parents of students in grades 8-11: Time: Sep 9, 2020 06:30 PM Mountain Time (US and Canada) Join Zoom Meeting: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/6303869950?pwd=Y2VYek5SZGJvYlhYQnh6YlhEbjFSUT09 Meeting ID: 630 386 9950 Passcode: 3YUiHC Please contact Kristi Madler, K-12 School Counselor, at New England Public School if you have questions.
No school on September 18th - professional development day. For educators, the COVID-19 Pandemic has created a huge challenge for our faculty and staff, one for which there is no playbook that can guide appropriate responses. We must swiftly design responses – and with specific circumstances in mind – as the pandemic runs its course. On Friday, September 18th, our staff will be attending a professional development day to address the emerging educational needs and responses as the pandemic unfolds across the state. The goal of this professional development is to enhance of our distance learning platform. We want to be able to address the potential educational challenges distance learning may lead to, and to protect our student’s educational opportunities during and following this pandemic. Sorry for any inconvenience this may cause. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Kelly Koppinger at 701-579-4160.
The juniors will be taking the ASVAB on Wednesday, September 16, from 8:30 to 11:30.
Junior high girls' volleyball will be changing into their uniforms at school BEFORE the bus leaves at 2:30 tomorrow, Sept. 8. Please pack a lunch and/or money for concessions along with plenty of water because the bus WILL NOT be stopping at any gas stations or restaurants. Their first game is at 4:00 in Bowman. Good luck, girls!
The school will eventually be purchasing protective covers for the devices used in Grades 3-12. You are more than welcome to purchase your own at your discretion and cost if you’d rather not wait for the one provided by the school. Here’s the information: Microsoft Surface Go 2 8th Gen
The FB game tonight, Sept 4th versus Grant County starts at 6:00 PM MST. Seniors and their parents will be introduced prior to the beginning of the game.
Almost all of the devices in Grades 3-12 were deployed today. Students should be bringing them back and forth to school EVERY DAY. Please charge them at home BUT also bring the chargers back to school. Although these devices belong to the school, they will be yours to take care of indefinitely so please treat them well.
The school will open to students at 8:00 AM. Breakfast can be picked up and taken to classrooms at that time. There is NO morning recess at this time. Bus route drivers are doing their best to drop students off at school around 8:00 AM as well. Have a great day!
We have been diligently reviewing curriculum for the online platform NEPS will be utilizing for those families who have opted to keep their children at home this school year for DISTANCE LEARNING. This has been a complicated process. We hope to make the curriculum available to those students on September 8. We appreciate your continued patience, and hope to have the relevant information out to interested parties by mid-week. For those of you who opted to HOME-SCHOOL (not the same as distance learning), please be sure to have filed the necessary paperwork with the school office by September 4. Please note that the school is not responsible for your chosen curriculum if you have opted in for home-schooling for your children.
If your child is missing either proper immunization records or birth certificate, PLEASE get them turned in to Julie by THURSDAY, AUGUST 27. Students without proper documentation will NOT be allowed to attend school after September 7. Thank you for you attention to this matter.
Due to COVID-19, congregating in the vestibule area is no longer allowed. Please wait for your child in your vehicle or socially-distance outside. Kindly remain at least 6 feet from the entrance of the school to allow others to pass by in a safe manner. Thank you for your understanding. We apologize for the inconvenience. The thermal scanning station is now in place at the front door. Students will check their temperatures before entering school or going to practices. Visitors are required to do the same. At this time, we are asking parents to refrain from watching practices. Further guidance will be available at a later date.
August 15, 2020 Dear New England Public School Community, For the last six months, we have all navigated the ever-changing landscape that the coronavirus pandemic continues to create. Throughout, the health and safety of our students and staff have been our top priority. During the past couple of weeks, school districts were sent additional guidance from the ND Department of Health. After closely reviewing the details regarding the safe reopening of schools, we are still in the Green (low risk) zone for the spread of the Coronavirus disease. With this low level of Covid-19 in our communities, we are confident that our schools can open safely. However, we have some concerns starting on August 20th. As we face the start of a new school year, we have encountered several issues that we have resolved to ensure we are creating the safest possible environment we can for our students. However, we have encountered a couple of issues, beyond our control, that we are struggling to resolve. Most of our technology devices are in and will be ready to implement shortly. Unfortunately, some of our devices have been back-ordered due to the demand placed on vendors trying to meet the needs created by this pandemic. Every school in the nation needs to provide distance learning opportunities to their students creating a shortage of devices. As a result of this shortage, our district would like to make sure we have all our resources in place before we start the school year in the event, we must move into our distance learning model. The Spring of 2020 taught us many lessons about at home learning. This decision will allow us to put all our energy into creating the best pedagogical model for delivering online instruction for the start of school. With that in mind, we will be delaying the start of the school year for students until August 27th. This will give our administration, technology department, and staff members (5) days to get our technology devices ready, provide additional professional development, and help us to ensure that all students are equitably equipped with the technology they need to participate in the enhanced model of virtual instruction that we will provide. Our distance learning plan will include engaging, stimulating, and rigorous lessons in a variety of formats for increased student engagement. This delayed start will not change our 2020-2021 school calendar. All of our scheduled breaks and holidays will remain the same. The last day of school and graduation will also remain the same. The only change will be the start date of August 27th. All classes will be in-person and on campus. Our schedule will remain the same as before. All of our students will be in attendance every day. We will also be working with our local religious organizations to provide release time for those students who have signed up. This is a deeply emotional time for everyone, and we realize that this might create some unforeseen problems for families. We understand that there will be childcare and work challenges for families. However, we feel starting school one week later will ensure we have the necessary resources in place to start the school year in a position to move into our distance learning environment more effectively. I am confident that together, we will continue to successfully educate our children in the months ahead. We must protect the future by standing united as a community of parents, students, teachers, administrators and Board of Education members. This pandemic will eventually end and what will matter most, is that we move forward through this time united in protecting our community. As ever, our teachers, staff and Board of Education are committed to working on behalf of you and your families to create a bright future for all our children. We will be holding a virtual information session on August 25th to listen to your questions and concerns. Details will follow. In the interim you may submit questions to: firstname.lastname@example.org. Sincerely, Kelly Koppinger Superintendent, New England Public School
Please be sure to send a WATER BOTTLE to school with each of your students. The drinking fountains have been disabled; however, sensors for the fillers for the water bottles remain active on the fountains. Please LABEL the water bottles with student names.
The New England Public School building project is officially underway. Please do not go onto the playground or onto any equipment. It is part of the construction area and is unstable. Thank you!
There is a cross country meeting tonight, August 3rd at 7:00 PM for anyone in grades 7-12 interested in cross country.
We will be postponing the movie night until next summer. We appreciate Consolidated's efforts in this endeavor and look forward to working with them next year. While we realize this is disappointing, we'd rather not risk an outbreak of Covid-19 right before school starts. We look forward to seeing you at registration next week!
Registration will be August 3 and August 4 from 7:30 AM until 4 PM. On August 5, registration will run from 7:30 AM until 8 PM. The K-12 all-school open house and move in day will run from 6 PM to 8 PM. Open House times for elementary may vary slightly. Please refer to the notification you received from your child’s teacher. Due to ND health guidelines, your visit must be less than 15 minutes and please stay within your family groups. The MEAL that was planned has been CANCELLED. The movie will continue to be held on the football field beginning at 8 PM. Bring your own chairs, blankets, snacks, and beverages. Remember to social distance!
Hey, Tiger Family!!! Ms. Greenwood's son, Carter, is excited to announce that he is a big brother! Briella Anne was born Sunday, July 12. She is 7 lbs. 14 oz.. and is 20" long. Congratulations, Greenwoods!
Our Tiger family welcomes two new members to our staff—Mr. Brent Bautz as the 4th grade home room teacher and Mr. Andrew Burch as the middle school and high school science teacher. We are very excited for these gentlemen to join us in the fall.
Grad parade and diplomas If the previous link didn't work for you, try this: https://www.facebook.com/NEPSTigers/videos/4197555463588755/
Graduation parade and diplomas https://m.facebook.com/watchparty/1402171416659474/ Graduation parade
If you’re out cruising Main Street tonight, stop and take a picture. Please send to Ms. Mansfield for the yearbook!
Seniors may call Julie to schedule the pick up of graduation orders from Jostens. If arrangements aren't made by Friday, the orders will be sent out by bus.
Congratulations to our winner for today's dress up Contest. The winner of tractor day is Braden Krebs of second grade!
Our School Lunch Staff has been working extremely hard to prepare delivery meals for students of the New England Public School District. School cooks and several other staff members have been working long hard hours to deliver meals to our students during the time school has been shut down due to the Covid-19 outbreak. Their hard work will continue until May 15, 2020. Our last school breakfast and lunch delivery will be made on that day. If parents or guardians would like to continue services, The Emergency Food Assistance Program is available for those families who qualify. You can find more information at http://www.fns.usda.gov/tefap
New England Public School is offering students who are 14 years of age or older the opportunity to take Driver Education at New England Public School. Due to Covid-19 outbreak, the Summer 2020 classroom portion of the class will be taught live through distance learning via Microsoft Teams. To be eligible for driver education, your student must be 14 years of age or older. If interested, please call Julie at 701-579-4160.
New England FFA is celebrating FFA week with various activities. Please check your email for pertinent information. Remember to check junk and clutter.
Please call Julie at school if you are planning on getting a physical at WRHS. She will send you the packet of information to fill out.
If you are interested in donating to the senior banner project, please make checks payable to NE BOOSTER CLUB. To date, $450 dollars out of the $3000 has been raised that is needed to make the banners of the seniors to hang on the light poles on Main Street.
Every year, New England Public School offers Driver Education through our Summer Education Program. Opportunities for students usually take place in the Spring of each year. If school re-opens in May or June, the program will resume then and will run into the summer in order to finish. If school doesn't re-open, and running the program for the summer is allowed, the students would finish the program over the course of the summer. If interested, please call Julie at 701-579-4160.
Juniors and seniors are invited to participate in Virtual Prom Live—a series of nationwide virtual proms based on time zones. Virtual Prom Live is giving students across the United States and Canada a night of wholesome fun where they can dress up and listen to top regional DJs play the best school-appropriate music. This Saturday, April 18 at 7:00 p.m. is Mountain Daylight Time's virtual prom! Students are invited to tune in for contests, giveaways, and moderated chats with others in their region for this FREE virtual event. Encourage your students to register today at virtualprom.live, and if you have any questions, send an email to: email@example.com.
Please remind your students that cyber criminals are working overtime now to harvest data from them. DO NOT OPEN emails from unfamiliar people! Our staff all use their k12.nd.us accounts to contact your children.
Do not use the Edge browser when doing schoolwork with Teams. It causes issues with video calls and other formatting problems. The recommended browsers are Chrome and Firefox. These are installed on any school devices that were sent home.DO NOT use the Edge browser in Teams.
Tomorrow will be the last drop day due to Easter vacation. Pick-up/drop-off will resume Tuesday. The school office will be closed Friday through Monday. Have a nice break, everyone! Please remember to contact your bus driver when you need pick-up. If your student had a gym locker and has not yet received received his or her items, please call the office with the locker number and we will get it bagged up for delivery or pick-up.
After much deliberation, the prom has been cancelled. We apologize for the inconvenience and heartache this will cause.
Based on responses collected from students and parents at both South Heart and New England schools, it has been decided by majority that the Southwest Music Tour to Seattle scheduled for June 6-13 will be canceled.
If you’re feeling overwhelmed during this time of the pandemic, remember you are not alone! Reach out to others. Visit parents.lead or text HOME to 741741 for help. Our counselors Mrs. Kristi Madler and Mrs. Jane Reisenauer are also available via their k12.nd.us email accounts or by phone. Kristi can be reached at 701-290-9798 and Jane may be reached at 701-535-0366.
Hopefully students who are taking Mr. Fritz’s classes discovered Schoology was up and running by early this afternoon.
Students in Ms. Jung’s Gr. 7-11 English were supposed to have returned homework today from their novels. Please arrange for pick up with your bus driver or drop them off in the entryway ASAP. Please don’t panic; there may have been some confusion regarding the due date. The first packet will not be docked for being late. New packets will be going out tomorrow. There will be a letter inside. Read carefully! Pay attention to the next due date!
The two required classes all seniors must pass to graduate are PDP and English. The vast majority of seniors have not logged onto the PDP coursework as of Monday, March 30. Please check with your senior. While the situation we are in is less than ideal, the graduation requirements remain the same. Diplomas will NOT be issued to those who do not pass. We are less than eight weeks away from the end of the fourth quarter. If your senior hasn’t logged in yet, strongly encourage him or her to do so and to get into contact with Mr. Fritz.
When students in Grades 4-12 are using Microsoft Teams, the BEST browser to be operating in is CHROME. Your students will have far fewer technical difficulties.
If you have candid snapshots from this school year or pictures of what your children have been doing during the school closure and are willing to share them, Ms. Mansfield is looking for yearbook material. Email the picture along with names and description of the photos to Ms. Mansfield. Thank you!
Congratulations, everybody! We made it through three days of online learning! The amount of effort this has taken on everyone’s part—students, parents, staff, teachers—is staggering! We really ought to take a moment to commend ourselves and appreciate how we’ve come together to help make this situation bearable. There are definitely kinks in the system, and we all need time to establish a new routine. It’s very important to remember to be patient with ourselves. This is not a perfect situation—at best, it may seem like an overwhelming situation. We are in this together whether we are students, parents, staff, or teachers. Let’s remember to have realistic expectations, to keep our sense of humor, to strive to do our best, and to live in the moment. While it may seem like it at times, this situation will not be forever. Together as students, parents, staff, and teachers—we’ve got this! Let’s roar, Tigers!
The CHAT function in Microsoft Teams is meant for class-related discussion ONLY. Please tell your fourth, fifth, and sixth grade student that comments made there are archived and monitored by the state. Personal information is inappropriate and has no place there. Thank you!
For those students on the in-town route, if you could put a weather proof container outside so we can pick up homework and drop off homework that would help us and your students out tremendously. Thank you for all you help and support during this trying time.
New England Public School transitioned to our distance learning curriculum in anticipation that schools will likely be closed for a longer period of time during the corona virus pandemic. Once again, If you have any questions, please feel free to call the school at 701-579-4160.
I am planning on participating in a Facebook Live update today, Monday, March 23rd at 4:30 PM to address any questions you may have regarding our distance learning opportunities we will be starting on Wednesday, March 25th. Please join me at 4:30 PM today.
New England Public School will be utilizing off-site learning strategies starting Wednesday, March 25th. Please call the school to set up a time to get your child's necessary school material from their locker.
Parents of students in grades 7-12 should check their emails (check inbox, junk, and clutter folders) for information regarding their history classes for the remainder of the school year.
Hello Everybody, I hope everyone is doing well and staying healthy. This is an extraordinary time for our community, state and our nation. While we have no way to predict how the days ahead will unfold, we strongly encourage you to follow the guidance we are receiving each day from the health professionals to contain the spread of the virus. We all want to be responsible citizens and do our part to stop the spread. We understand the anxiety and challenges that COVID-19 is placing on families. We also know our families are concerned about instruction and learning for our students. Please know our teachers care and want to support their students. Behind the scenes, we’ve been working hard to plan for the days and weeks ahead as we prepare for the opportunities distance learning will afford us. I will be providing you more details early next week about our distance learning plan and other instructional updates. It is our plan to begin distance learning either online, or by learning packets sent home beginning Wednesday, March 25th. Our transportation personnel will be in touch with you to coordinate their arrival. During the past week we began distance learning training for teachers and gave teachers the opportunity to plan and prepare for distance instruction in order to reconnect with their students. We will also begin distribution of mobile devices to students who do not have access at home. We will also provide for an essential/critical items pickup or delivery for our students so they have the necessary items needed at home. More details will follow. North Dakota schools were closed by order of the Governor's office last week and will continue to be closed until further notice. Listening to your concerns is important to me and so I invite you to join me Monday, March 23rd, for a Facebook Live Chat beginning at 4:30 PM to answer questions regarding our operations during the COVID emergency. Stay connected to the latest information, regarding the COVID-19 emergency, by visiting our website at http://www.nepstigers.com/. Sincerely, Kelly Koppinger, Superintendent
Governor Burgum has issued an executive order closing schools until further notice. New England Public School will be utilizing off site learning strategies starting next week. If you have not completed the school surveys sent out, please do so as soon as possible.
We need more information regarding internet service. Please click on the link below and answer each question thoroughly to ensure we can provide adequate service to everyone. https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/J8D9ZFW
Dear New England Public School Families, During the past week, in preparation for the possibility of school closing due to COVID-19, our faculty and staff have been developing self-directed enrichment opportunities for students. In the event of a prolonged closure, this supplemental learning material will be presented through hard copies or posted to a Learning Management System. These learning opportunities are being designed to reinforce previously learned concepts, practice established skills, preview upcoming curriculum, and keep students intellectually active in the event we can return to school. Depending on what the Governor decides we may be transitioning from our students being in school to a distance learning model. In the event we transition to distance learning setting, daily assignments will be posted by teachers and assignments will be required work for students. Teachers will be communicating with students daily, providing assignments, guidance, and support. Ongoing feedback will be shared with students and will contribute to their class or course grades. These are uncertain times. I hope you understand that we are in the midst of a fluid situation that will likely require modifications and adjustments - particularly if school is closed for a lengthy period of time. Thank you for your ongoing support and flexibility during this challenging time. Together, I am confident we will be able to ensure the safety of our students, staff, and community, as well as provide our students with a strong distance learning program while schools are closed. Respectfully yours, Kelly Koppinger Superintendent, New England Public School
Thursday, March 19: Parents of students in grades 4-12 need to have their children try to log onto their Office 365 accounts. If they have problems, they should contact Mrs. Witte TODAY at 579-4160 from now until 3:00 PM. This is VERY important. Please check your email for further instructions and the web address. Thank you!!!
As of Tuesday, March 17, school administration is still formulating a plan for this rapidly evolving situation involving school closure. We are in contact with the governor’s office, DPI, and NDCEL twice daily. The are many variables to consider yet. As soon as we know something more concrete, we will notify everybody. We appreciate your patience.
If you or ANYONE you are aware of in the New England and Amidon areas are in need of food or other supplies due to the shortages, please contact the school. We will do our best to get you in contact with the help needed including delivery to people who are without transportation.
During this unknown time, there are a couple pieces of information we need from you that is crucial to our continuing education. Please complete this short survey. This is a private survey only seen by school administrators. https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/9F6PSKL
All faculty and staff will be required to attend a mandatory planning meeting on Wednesday, March 18th starting at 9:00 AM.
Seniors are required to turn in the following photos ASAP and no later than March 25: 1. Baby picture—digital preferred but hardcopy is acceptable 2. Wallet-sized head shot—DIGITAL 3. Wallet-sized head shot—hardcopy 4. Family photo—digital preferred but hardcopy is acceptable Email to firstname.lastname@example.org and turn in hard copies to a Julie as well.
Governor Burgum made an executive decision at 6:30 PM Sunday night to close all K-12 schools for one week. No school until further notice.
The booster club will meet Wednesday, March 18, at 6:30 PM at the CITY HALL meeting room. All are welcome!
All water fountains, at the school, will be shut down. Please send a water bottle with your child. The bottle filler, on our water fountains, will remain open.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has provided guidance for schools to plan, prepare, and respond to coronavirus (COVID-19). Working together with state and local health departments, we all have an important role in slowing the spread of diseases to help ensure safe and healthy learning environments. While the risk to those living in the U.S. remains low, we want you to know that New England Public School is monitoring the situation, and we are planning our response to the health and academic needs of students in case of an outbreak. The guidance we have received from the ND Department of Health is as follows: schools will remain in session; however, all extra-curricular activities have been suspended until further notice; wash hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds; avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth with unwashed hands; cover coughs and sneezes with a tissue and throw it away; clean and disinfect frequently-touched surfaces/objects regularly; get plenty of rest, drink fluids, and eat healthy foods; avoid close contact with people who are sick; stay home when you are sick. New England Public School stresses these same things with students each year during normal cold and flu season, and we ask that you continue to reinforce this at home. Symptoms of the COVID-19 include fever, cough and shortness of breath. The symptoms may appear in as few as two days or as long as 14 days after exposure. If you develop symptoms, please call your health provider and tell them about your recent travel or exposure. New England Public School takes the safety of our students and staff very seriously. We will continue to monitor the situation, work with state and local health officials, and follow recommended guidance as it becomes available. We will continue to post Coronavirus information on our website. Thank you for your attention to this matter. If you have questions, contact us at (701) 579-4169. Sincerely, Kelly Koppinger, Superintendent
Statement on the Suspension of all remaining 2020 NDHSAA Winter Postseason Tournaments, Fine Arts Contests, Spring Sports & Activities March 13, 2020 2:45 pm FARGO – On Friday, March 13, due to the Emergency Declaration issued by President Trump the NDHSAA will suspend play at the 2020 NDHSAA Class A Basketball State Tournament and all remaining 2020 NDHSAA Winter Postseason State Tournaments including the 2020 NDHSAA Class B Boys Basketball State Tournament. In addition to the remaining 2020 NDHSAA Winter Postseason Basketball State Tournaments being suspended, all remaining fine arts and spring sports seasons have been suspended indefinitely, which includes practices and game contests. Further information will be released as it becomes available. Refund Policies for the 2020 NDHSAA Class B Boys Basketball State Tournament will be announced at a later date.
Dear Families: Our school has been working with our public health partners monitoring the 2019 novel coronavirus (COVID-19). When responding to infectious diseases, it is important to know that our school follows the directions and recommendations made by the state and county health departments. Recent information from the state is that there is a low health risk to people in North Dakota from 2019 novel coronavirus. It is important that you keep up to date with information from reliable sources and know the facts. What is coronavirus? Coronaviruses are a large family of viruses that cause respiratory symptoms such as fever, cough and shortness of breath. These viruses spread through coughing or sneezing, much like the flu. What is school doing? Thorough cleaning of surfaces is an important part of any prevention strategy. Keeping our students and staff safe is our top priority. In our school, we will be following high standards and strict procedures for frequent and thorough cleaning and disinfecting. You can also help keep the school healthy by following the recommendations below. What can I do to stay healthy? The risk to the general public from this virus is considered low, and the same precautions recommended for avoiding colds and flu can help protect yourself and others against the coronavirus. Wash hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds Cover your cough and sneeze with tissue Clean surfaces that are frequently touched Avoid close contact with anyone who has flu symptoms Stay home if you are sick Please know that administration is monitoring this situation. Our focus is maintaining the safety of students and staff. We will continue to update staff and families with any new information. Please feel free to contact us anytime with questions you may have. Sincerely, Kelly Koppinger Superintendent, New England Public School
At this time, we are suspending our EF Tour trip to Washington DC. More information regarding this issue will be coming soon.
It’s FFA WEEK! Monday- Red, White, & Blue Day Tuesday-Wear your favorite tractor brand Wednesday-Dress up in your finest western gear Thursday-Camouflage or Hunter Orange Day Friday-FFA Day—wear Blue & Gold
A great big thank you goes to all our patrons who supported the elementary in its School Store fundraiser. To date we have earned $5200 in profits and donations of gift cards to individual classrooms. Classroom gift cards and student prizes will be coming next week. The fundraiser continues throughout the whole school year. All profits from sales will continue to build our playground fund.
We would like input on our 2020-2021 draft calendar. Attached is a like to a survey that will take about 1 minute to complete. https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/S7ZD9DY The survey will close on November 27, 2019.
Facebook Live Event for Students and Parents! Tuesday, December 3 8:00 PM CT The North Dakota Department of Public Instruction (NDDPI) will be hosting a Facebook Live event regarding the Academic and CTE Scholarship for students ad parents on Tuesday, December 3 at 8:00 PM Central Time. It is estimated to last one hour, and we will be answering any questions individuals may have throughout the live discussion. To participate, simply visit the NDDPI Facebook page at the time of the event! For those unable to join live, the event will be recorded and posted on the NDDPI website for later viewing. Visit the NDDPI Facebook Page! For questions, please contact: Jim Upgren, Assistant Director NDDPI Office of School Approval & Opportunity (701) 328-2244 email@example.com
NEPS drama is going to State One Act Play competition with their "Two Fronts" drama!!!
Just a Friendly Reminder to Parents of 3-4-5-6 Graders: If your child is interested in auditioning for the 'Children's Choir' for 'Christmas in New England VI', please return your red slip or let Julie know, in the office! The deadline WAS Monday!! We will give you 'til this Friday, October 4th!! Every child has been invited to audition!!
No 4, 5, 6th grade girls basketball practice tonight, Wednesday, September 25th.
Raising the next generation takes teamwork. When families and schools connect, students benefit. We often think helping our child with homework is our family connection to school. It is, but there are more options, even little ways to strengthen this connection, ways that take very little time but reap big benefits for your child. What are barriers to connecting? What would benefit your child? Join the discussion and support your child’s learning. See Deb Theurer tonight at parent-teacher conferences from 3:30 PM to 6:30 PM.
Parent teacher conferences are this evening, September 25, from 3:30 PM until 6:30 PM.
Seniors and their parents are invited to the home economics room this evening from 6 PM to 6:30 PM to discuss ACTs, financial aid, college applications and tours, and scholarship opportunities.
All 6th, 7th and 8th grade students have been invited to participate in MathCounts. Your student was given a permission letter to bring home for you to sign. This form is due tomorrow, Tuesday September 24th. All parents must sign and return the form and indicating yes or no for their student. If you have any questions, please contact Shannay Witte. If you need an additional copy of the letter, please visit Documents on the nepstigers.com website
Happy Labor Day! Enjoy the day off from school tomorrow, September 2nd! There are NO 4-5-6 practices of any kind tomorrow. There are NO junior high practices either. JV and varsity football players will be leaving school at 4:30 PM for practice Monday evening. B and C volleyball have practice at 5:30 PM with varsity joining them at 6:00 PM. School pictures AND fall sports pictures will be taken THIS Wednesday, Sept. 4!!Forms are available in the office.
Unfortunately, we lost our link to our mobile appliction for a short time. It has been restored and all of our events are now uploading to the mobiel application. Sorry for any inconvenience this may have caused. I want to thank everyone who called in to report this problem.
SPORTS PICTURE DAY for 4-5-6 Girls Basketball and 7th, 8th & ABC Volleyball will be Wednesday, September 4. This is the SAME DAY as SCHOOL PICTURES.
It was wonderful to see all of the kids today! It is always so incredible to see how much they grow and mature over the summer. We hope their first day was as good as ours was! As a reminder, we are no longer a peanut free-facility; however, we are seafood-free. Thank you for your cooperation in keeping our students safe.
School begins for those in kindergarten through 12th grade tomorrow, Wednesday, August 21, at 8:20 AM. Breakfast is served from 7:45 AM until 8:10 AM. Preschool begins Thursday. There will be a meeting for girls in junior high interested in playing volleyball on Wednesday, August 21, at 3:10 PM. Practice begins Thursday, August 22, at 3:45 PM at the correctional center. 456 GBB practice begins tomorrow after school.
If your family is currently on an established bus route, please expect a phone call from your driver prior to the first day of school regarding approximate times of pick up. The in-town route will not begin until October.
Just a reminder to stop in and meet our Pre-K through Gr. 12 teachers during our Open House tomorrow from 4:30 PM to 6:30 PM. Enjoy a root beer float while you’re here! See you Wednesday!
Through the generosity of United Way, Consolidated, and the employees of DWCRC, school supplies are available to any in need. Please contact Mrs. Fitterer.
NEPS is giving away old monitors and keyboards on a first come, first served basis. They are smaller (15") 4:3 aspect ratio monitors. If you would like one, please come to the school during our open house on Wednesday, Aug 14 from 4:30 to 6:30 or during regular business hours and talk to someone at the front office.
All students in grades PreK-12 are invited to the ALL-SCHOOL OPEN HOUSE on Wednesday, August 14, from 4:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. You may bring your school supplies and move into your lockers at that time if you so choose. Join us for root beer floats! We look forward to seeing you!
Volleyball practices will be on Monday, August 19, at 9:00 AM & 3:30 PM. Tuesday, August 20, will be at the same times.
Juniors & Seniors who want Dual Credit courses need to complete the registration. DC courses let students take courses for high school & college credit. The counselors will be in school on Aug. 15 & 20. Call Mrs. R. at 701-535-0366 or Mrs. Madler at 701-290-9798 with questions.
Football practice for boys in grades 7-12 begins Monday, August 12. The bus will leave from school at 7:30 am.
Registration will be tomorrow, August 6, from 8 AM to 6 PM. For those students in sports, you must take your impact test if you are in grades 4, 5, 7, 9, 11, or new to the district in any 4-12 grade for sports.
The bus will be leaving from NEHS for FOOTBALL CAMP in Mott on Monday, July 29, at 4:45 PM and on Tuesday, July 30, at 7:15 AM. Please text or call Kristi Madler at 701-290-9798 if your son is riding the bus.
Gr. 7-12 Football Players/Parents meeting will be TOMORROW, July 25, at 5:30 PM at Mott High School Gymnasium.
Boys interested in 7-12 football may choose to participate in the Michael Wehri Football Camp on July 29 from 6 PM to 8:30 PM and July 30 from 8:30 AM to 11:45 AM. The camp is in Mott. Lunch is provided. The cost of the camp is $45. Permission slips are in the office at school. Transportation will be provided to the camp. Please contact Mrs. Fitterer if your student will need a bus ride to Mott.
If you are interested in pre-registering your child for school, you may come in Monday through Thursday from 8 AM to 3 PM over the next two weeks. Students in grades 7 through 12 are strongly encouraged to stop in sometime to choose their classes whether or not their parents are able to make it in for pre-registration. A reminder that our actual registration day is scheduled for Tuesday, August 6 from 8 AM to 6 PM.
The mandatory volleyball camp for girls in grades through 8-12 will begin next Sunday, July 28, from 5 PM to 7:30 PM. There will be three sessions on Monday beginning at 9 AM until 11:30 AM, 1 PM to 4 PM, and for the varsity team only from 5:00 PM until 7:30 PM. Tuesday’s camp will run from 9 AM until 11:30 AM and from 1 PM until 4 PM. The cost of the camp is $25. Please make checks payable to Dave Moody. Camp will be at the gym unless otherwise notified.
Elli Rettinger is competing at the National High School Finals Rodeo this week in pole bending. Her horse ran a 21.0 on Monday putting her in 22nd place in the world. After her run of 20.3 on Friday, July 19, she is now placing 7th in the world. She will be competing in the championship tomorrow! Her Tiger family wishes her the best!
Official results for our School Board election are in. Mr. Darren Rafferty and Mrs. Connie Jalbert have officially been elected for another term representing their designated area. Congratulations Mrs. Jalbert and Mr. Rafferty.
School board elections are currently being held in the gym today, June 11, until 7:00 PM this evening.
If your child attended the New England basketball camp last week, there are 4 additional open gyms we would love to have them attend to continue learning and reinforcing what they learned at camp. There was a flyer that was sent home with information in regards to these, but here is the information if those did not make it home. Wednesday, June 5th— Boys in incoming grades 3-8 will have an open gym from 6:00-7:15 pm. Boys in grades 9-12 will have an open gym from 7:30 to 9:00 pm. Thursday, June 6th— Girls in grades 3-8 will have an open gym from 6:00-7:15 pm. Open gym for girls in grades 9-12 has been cancelled. Due to Slope Electrics annual meeting at the school, the open gyms on June 5th and 6th will be at the Memorial Hall. The other 3 open gyms for your child are as follows and will be located at the school. Girls will have open gyms on June 10th, June 17th, and June 24th from 6:00-7:15 pm for grades 3-8 and 7:30-9:00 pm for girls in grades 9-12. Boys will have open gyms on June 12th, 19th, and 26th from 6:00-7:15 pm for grades 3-8 and 7:30-9:00 pm for grades 9-12. Please have your child bring their basketball, which was given to them after camp, to use for these open gyms. We look forward to seeing everyone there!
The Mott-Regent-New England high school track/field banquet date has been set for June 11th @ 6:00 PM. It will be held in New England at the Lion's Park during Burgers in the Park. Grades 7th or 8th who participated in varsity are invited.
All track uniforms must be turned in today by 2:00 PM. If uniforms are not returned today, you will forfeit your uniform deposit.
The absolute final deadline to customize yearbook pages has been extended to tomorrow, May 29.
Basketball Camp is at the correctional center!
Reminder: The New England basketball camp starts tomorrow, the 28th and runs through Thursday, the 30th. The camp is being held at the Correctional Center. Please be at the camp 10 minutes prior to the camp start time. Students ENTERING grades 3-5 this fall will have camp from 9:00 am to 10:30 am. Students ENTERING grades 6-8 this fall will have camp from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm. Students ENTERING grades 9-12 will have camp from 2:00 pm to 5:00 pm. Due to the rainy and muddy conditions, it is critical that gym shoes are worn in the gym only. Please have clean and dry shoes that your child can wear once they enter the gym. Please have your child bring a water bottle to the camp with their name on it. There will then be containers filled with water that they can use to refill their bottles as needed.
Track participants must return their uniforms and sweats by Tuesday, May 28, to avoid losing their deposit checks.
There was an error in the set-up in PowerSchool and all teachers will need to re-calculate their grades in PowerSchool in order to finalize grades.
There will be a Booster Club meeting at Memorial Hall tonight, May 20, at 5:30 PM.
Join us as we celebrate the graduation of the Class of 2019 at 1:00 PM today!
Please pass on to your senior or foreign exchange student: As it stated in your packet of information (that some of you left on stage after practice), kindly be at school by 12:30 PM. Gentlemen are expected to be clean shaven! Everyone needs to bring their caps and gowns. The orange stoles were for decorative purposes only and won’t be worn during the ceremony. Honor society members need to bring their stoles and cords. No chewing gum! Meet in the VoAg room.
The Kindergarten celebration will begin tomorrow morning at 9:00 followed by elementary awards at 9:30. The picnic will run from 10:45 am until 12:30 pm. The honor society induction ceremony will begin at 12:30 with the high school awards immediately following. There are indoor and outdoor activities planned for the day. Parents may come and go with their elementary children but MUST check out with classroom teachers when they leave for the day. High school students should check out at the office if they leave for the day. Please join us to close out a great school year.
Seniors need to be present for graduation practice tomorrow, Wednesday, May 15 at 8:30 am!
Please scour your homes for books from our classroom libraries and our school library. As stated in the email, parents are free to come and go with their children on Thursday; however, parents need to sign out their elementary children with their classroom teachers if they permanently leave before the end of the day. Students in Grades 7-12 should be signed out at the office. Thank you for your help with this!
Just a reminder about our Early Dismissal scheduled for tomorrow, May 14th. Buses will leave at 12:15 PM.
The immediate families of our students and staff are invited to be our guests for our picnic lunch on the last day of school. Could you please call the office and RSVP with a number of attendees from your family as quickly as possible.
YEARBOOK orders are due May 24. The cost is $45 which includes two free pages that you may customize for YOUR book. Go to www.treering.com/validate and enter our passcode 1014721398871683. If you have questions, contact Ms. Mansfield.
Join us at the 3rd Grade Wax Museum TODAY, May 10, from 1:30 to 2:30 in the gym!
Buses leave at 8:30 am for Band Night. Dress appropriately for cold weather, wear your band night shirts, caps or beanies, sunglasses, sunscreen. Nice blue jeans, not torn or that have holes. Comfortable shoes also need to be worn, no sandals or flip flops. The students also need to bring their own lunch and have money for the mall and for food after the parade.
Grades 3-12 Spring concert is at 6:30 tonight, May 8. All band students need to be at the school by 6 to the music room. All 7-12 grade choir students need to be here at 6 to the music room. Everyone else needs to be in their home rooms by 6:15. Check Lost & Found one more time!
The baseball game that was scheduled for today, May 7, has been postponed until Saturday, May 11, at 1:00 PM. There is NO baseball practice today.
Please check your email for a detailed description regarding the last week of school.
Junior high track students need to turn in sweats, jackets, shorts, and tops by Wednesday. Varsity track needs to turn in their old jerseys by Wednesday!
Grades 3-12 Spring concert is at 6:30 on Wednesday, May 8. All band students need to be at the school by 6 to the music room. All 7-12 grade choir students need to be here at 6 to the music room. Everyone else needs to be in their home rooms by 6:15 in their best dress clothes. Please no jeans and tee shirts, no shorts of any kind. Look sharp for our formal concert. 7-12 grade students please wear black on black concert attire. Ties are optional.
Bowman County is postponing the track meet schedule for Tuesday, May 7, until Saturday, May 11. Field events will start at noon on Saturday. Running events will begin at 1 PM.
There is no junior high track practice tonight, Thursday, May 2. There is a junior high track meet tomorrow in Killdeer. They will eat lunch before they leave. Please be sure to pack everything necessary!!!
In case you missed the message, there is NO academic awards banquet tonight. The ceremony will be held on the last day of school, Thursday, May 16, 2019. There will be a final EARLY OUT day on Tuesday, May 14th. School will be dismissed at 12:15 p.m. on that day.
The awards banquet for grades seven through 12 that was originally scheduled for May 1 will be held during the last day of school on Thursday, May 16. The Badlands conference track meet for varsity will be held in Bowman on Thursday, May 2, beginning at noon. The varsity track meet that was scheduled for Saturday, May 4, has been canceled.
The forms for the basketball camp on May 28th, 29th and 30th are due May 1st. If your child will be in grades 3-12 next year and is interested in improving his/her basketball skills, please submit a form with a $50 check to the office. Extra forms are located outside the coaches’ office on the bulletin board or can be picked up in the office. The boys’ and girls’ basketball programs would love to see all students interested in basketball attend this camp!
Baseball tonight, Monday, April 29th has been cancelled.
The varsity track meet scheduled for Tuesday, April 30th in Hazen has been postponed.
NEHS Prom is tomorrow, April 27. The doors will open to the public at 7:45 p.m. Grand March and Coronation are at 8:00 p.m. The first dance will be around 8:30 p.m. Lights up will follow to allow the public to take pictures. Doors will close to the public promptly at 9:00 p.m.
The track meets on Saturday, April 27, and Monday, April 29, have been cancelled.
Students interested in taking Drivers Education need to sign up in the office by Friday, May 2, 2019. The student must be 14 by May 31, 2019 and the cost for Drivers Education is $155. Make checks to New England Public School. Call Mrs. Reisenauer if you have any questions.
Elementary volleyball girls need to return their CLEANED uniforms to Mrs. Ryder tomorrow, April 26.
The NEPS physical education classes in grades four through nine will be taking bowling classes from May 1 to May 8. Students need to bring in five dollars for bowling. Please turn the money into Mrs. Ryder no later than Friday, April 26.
Quilt Raffle Winners were picked last Thursday with the proceeds going to classroom libraries! The Quilt Raffle winners were: Desiree White Cloud (8th Grader at NEHS) - "Where the Wild Things Are!" Sandi Lien - New England - "Diary of A Wimpy Kid" & Courtney DeYoung - New England - "Country Kids & Farm Animals" Congratulations & "THANKS" to everyone who supported this fundraiser & bought tickets!
At 2:00 PM today, Wednesday, April 24th we will be training our faculty and staff on using the NDESC website for requisitions/PO's. The North Dakota Educators Service Cooperative (NDESC) is a joint powers organization of school districts and other governmental groups working together to achieve savings on goods and services. You will need to bring your Surface or use one of the computers in the Business Room.
There will be a booster club meeting at 6:30 PM tonight, Wednesday, April 24, at Memorial Hall.
Pick up SPORTS PHYSICAL FORMS from the office ASAP. Fifth graders through juniors may register for a physical on April 24 or May 1. The $30 cost of the physical is donated back to the school by WRHS. A bus will transport the students back and forth to the clinic on those days.
The freshmen class will be attending a career fair tomorrow, April 17. The bus leaves at 7:30 a.m. SHARP! It will be returning by 12:30 p.m. —in time for lunch.
Thank you to our students and the parents who volunteered to speak with the Visitation Team from AdvancEd. We appreciate your time!
The Quilt Raffle Drawing for the classroom library fundraiser will be held on Thursday, April 18. It's not too late to buy tickets! Tickets will be available at the volleyball game on Tuesday, prior to the athletic banquet on Wednesday, or anytime from Julie.
School will dismiss today, April 12, at 12:16 pm today with buses leaving at 12:20 pm. There is NO afternoon session of preschool at 11:00 today!
The varsity track meet for Friday has been canceled. There is no junior high track meet on Saturday.
The fourth grade volleyball game has been cancelled. The fifth and sixth grade students will play at 4:00 and 4:30. The fourth graders will still be going but will play in the fifth grade game.
Please remember that buses will be dismissing at 12:15 p.m. on Friday, April 12, for a professional development day.
The varsity track meet scheduled for tomorrow, Tuesday, April 9th in Bowman has been cancelled.
The New England boys’ and girls’ basketball programs will be putting on a basketball camp May 28th, 29th, and 30th for students who will be entering the grades 3 through 12 this fall. This camp will feature two elite trainers who are coming to New England to help develop ball handling, finishing, passing, footwork, and shooting in our student-athletes. There will also be multiple coaches from both the girls’ and boys’ programs present as well. A brochure will be sent home with your child tomorrow containing a more detailed description of the camp along with links to watch which will better illustrate the camp. Students in 9th-12th grades are asked to pick up their own brochure located outside the coaches’ office. The Booster Club and coaches of the boys’ and girls’ basketball program would LOVE to see every student-athlete who is interested in basketball attend this camp!
Mr. Heupel would like to remind the choir to be at the school by 6:45 a.m. to catch the bus on time for the festival. Pack a lunch for the day! Wear black dress pants, black shoes, and a black dress top.
SECOND NOTICE: Reminder to 7-11 Band Students, your 2nd payment for Seattle Band Tour 2020 was due March 19 in the amount of $188.78 per person. If you haven't yet done so, please remit payment to Mr. Heupel as quickly as possible.
The Junior High Track Meet scheduled for Friday, April 5th at Lemmon, SD has been cancelled.
Track and 456 Volleyball pictures will be tomorrow, March 29. Forms were handed out to the elementary girls. Tracksters were encouraged to take them home after practice. Extra ones are available in Julie’s office.
On Friday, April 12th, we will be dismissing early for professional development. We will have our morning classes, students will eat lunch and buses will run at 12:15 P.M. Our focus will be on School Improvement. Effective educators make effective decisions, decisions based on accurate information. If knowledge is power, then studying the current abilities, skills, attitudes, and learning styles of students empowers educators to adjust the curriculum to achieve whatever goals the school and district have chosen. Data-driven decision making has opened a new world of opportunities for schools and districts to provide professional educators, students, and parents access to large amounts of information. Today, schools can enable key decision makers with data and information to facilitate more informed decision-making, boost overall school performance and improve student achievement. Sorry for any inconvenience this may cause; however, the benefits will have tremendous impact for many years to come.
Mr. Heupel is still hoping for three more chaperones to assist at District Choir on Thursday, April 4, in Richardton. Please call him if you have questions or are interested.
Any students in grades 7-12 who are interested in joining the Golf Team should contact Mr. Daryl by this Friday, March 22. We co-op with Trinity in Dickinson. Practice starts on Monday, March 25.
There is NO SCHOOL on Thursday and Friday due to Spring Break.
All after school activities for Wednesday, March 13th, have been cancelled due to the incoming weather front. No students are allowed to stay after school tonight.
The Ag Sales and Agronomy contest on Saturday, March 9, has been cancelled due to the weather.
The Sweetheart-Snowball scheduled for this evening, March 8, has been postponed due to the weather.
Reminder to 7-11 Band Students, your second payment for Seattle Band Tour 2020 is due March 19 in the amount of $188.78 per person. Thank you.
4-5-6 Grade Students are sponsoring a 'Bake Sale' during the lunch hour Thursday & Friday (March 7th & 8th) - a Fundraiser for Zane Sabo. All items will be $1.00. Anyone is welcome to donate Bake Sale items. Please have the items individually wrapped. Contact Mr. Flaherty to be put on the list of volunteer bakers.
School buses will run where possible Tuesday morning. Please be in contact with your driver and office dispatch if you feel there will be a problem with student pick-up.
If the photographer is able to make it tomorrow, it’s SPRING PICTURE DAY (Tuesday, March 5). Order online at mylifetouch.com and use Picture Day ID: ND118037Y0 or send in your order form with your child. Order forms were handed out to ALL students last week.
School has been cancelled. There will be no school today, Monday, March 4, 2019.
School will start at 10:20 a.m. Monday, March 4th. No breakfast will be served, and there will be no morning preschool session. All buses will run where possible. Please inform office dispatch if you feel the bus will not be able to make it in your yard.
The Frog Prince will be performed today by many of our students as a part of Missoula Children's Theater. Join them at Memorial Hall for either showing at 3:00 p.m. and 5:30 p.m. today, Saturday, March 2.
Join us in wishing Mr. Daryl Jung a Happy 70th Birthday by wearing black tomorrow, March 1st!
Wednesday, February 27 is Woodwind/Brass Day at DSU. The students involved should be at school by no later than 7:50 a.m. since the bus will be leaving at 8:00 a.m. The students will return in time for the afternoon bus routes.
Children’s Advocacy Centers of North Dakota will be addressing our students in grades kindergarten through twelve next Wednesday, March 6, 2019. Age appropriate topics regarding using the internet, teen relationships, violence in media, child abuse, protecting themselves, and talking to trusted adults will be presented. Safe Environments Training offers students information and skills to keep themselves safe. If you have any questions, please call Mrs. Fitterer.
“Fight with Zane” t-shirts are available online to assist with Zane Sabo’s medical expenses. You can purchase them at the following site: www.customink.com/fundraising/fightwithzane Thank you for your support!
New England Park Board is looking for summer help: lifeguards, WSI instructors, office staff, and baseball coaches. Please contact Todd at 701-290-7508 or Julie at 701-290-4386 if interested. Required lifeguard classes begin March 8-10 so call ASAP!
Tomorrow is Orange & Black Day to support our boys’ basketball team who will be challenging the buccaneers in Beach at 6:00 p.m. GO TIGERS!
Monday, February 24, will be a Wear Blue for Zane Day. Zane Sabo, one of our sophomores, was injured in Friday’s basketball game. Luckily this injury lead to the discovery of a Arteriovenois Malformation, which is a tangle of abnormal blood vessels, arteries, and veins in the brain. This diagnosis will require further treatment. He is currently in Minneapolis at the Children’s Hospital of Minnesota. The Honor Society will be accepting donations at school to defer his medical treatment. Staff may wear jeans on Monday for a donation to that fund. Join us in wearing blue to support Zane!
Let’s support the GBB team in their final game of the season as they play for third place in the regional tournament tomorrow at 5:00 p.m. in Dickinson. Wear orange and black. Go, Tigers! Staff may wear jeans by making a contribution to the Kristina Neuharth medical fund. Please pay Julie.
Don't forget about drama practice tomorrow morning (Wednesday) at 7 am
Tomorrow is Orange & Black Day in support of our girls as they face Hettinger-Scranton in Game #9 of the regional tournament. We will have a pep rally at 2:45 p.m.
Jump rope for heart fundraising packets are due tomorrow, February 15. Please turn everything into Mrs. Ryder.
The AB BBB games in Bowman will begin at 1:00 p.m. on Saturday, February 16. The varsity GBB will play approximately at 3:00 p.m. on Monday, February 18, in the Regional Tourney. Remember! There is NO SCHOOL on Monday due to the holiday.
Wednesday, February 13th: Parents are invited for conferences tonight from 3:30 pm to 6:30 pm. Parents of 8th graders are asked to attend the Preparing for High School meeting at 5:30 p.m. in the Multi-Purpose Room with the guidance counselor tonight as well.
Pep Band members should report to the band room by 6:15 p.m. tonight for BBB vs. Harding County.
There will be NO JV GBB practice tonight, February 12.
The fundraising packets for the Kid Heart Challenge (Jump Rope for Heart) are due Friday, February 15th.
The New England Booster Club will be taking Valentine orders until Friday, February 8th. There is still time to order something special for that someone special.
Parent-Teacher Conferences will be tomorrow, February 6, and next Wednesday, February 13, from 3:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.
New England Public School is going to start two hours late tomorrow, Monday, February 4th.
An After-Prom Party Meeting will be held tonight (Friday, February 1st) in the Home Ec Room between the BBB JV and Varsity games. If this time does not work for you, please stop by after the Varsity game. See you tonight!
New England Elementary School is taking the kids heart challenge to help save lives! Jump rope activities will be held in physical education over the next few weeks. Fundraising packets are due by February 15. All Students have received their informational packets. Money may also be raised online by creating a website for your child at http://www2.heart.org/goto/newenglandhasheart
The After-Prom Party Committee meeting is at 5:00 p.m. tonight in the Home Ec Room. All are invited!
This evening, January 28, the Booster Club will be on hand to sell their Tiger Wear and also to take orders for balloons for their Valentines Day fundraiser. It is Parents Night for GBB tonight. Parents will be announced between the A and B games. Please be present between 6:15 and 6:30. Drills and Skills will also be performing at the half-times of the A & B games. Pre-K through 1st graders should be here by 5:30. Second and third graders should be here by 6:30 p.m. There will be no BBB C-Team tournament on January 31 or February 2.
The boys basketball team will play a "C" squad game on Tuesday, January 29th starting at 4:00 PM.
The girls basketball team will play a "C" squad game on Monday, January 28th starting at 4:00 PM.
Hazen’s National Honor Society is participating in Alzheimer’s Awareness Week, and Friday’s boys’ basketball game has been designated as purple night. All fans are encouraged to wear purple to show their support.
Route 6 had bus trouble this morning, Friday, January 25th. The bus will be running late.
NEEDED: Parents and volunteers for the After-Prom Party A meeting will be held on January 28, 2019 at 5:00 pm in the Home Ec Room. If you are unable to attend this meeting, the same agenda will be discussed on February 1, 2019 between the Boys Basketball Jr. Varsity and Varsity games. Please join us as we plan our 2019 After-Prom Party!
The boys C squad will be playing tonight, Tuesday, January 22nd at 4:00 PM against Hettinger Scranton.
Mathcounts chapter test at 7 am SHARP on Tuesday morning (1-22-19). All Mathaletes must take the chapter test. Bring a pencil and calculator.
On Monday, January 21, the pep band should be at school by 6:00 p.m. and the choir should be present by 6:45 p.m.
There is NO SCHOOL tomorrow in observance of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, Monday, January 21.
Please stop at lost and found. There are three tables of items that will be shipped away at the end of next week.
The weather is turning colder! Please be sure your child comes to school with winter-appropriate outer wear. Thank you!!
Jan. 16–There will be NO Kit Katz practice after school.
TIME CHANGE: Pep band students should be at school by 5:50 p.m. and choir should be here at 6:20 p.m. tonight, January 15, for the game.
There will be a C game on Monday, January 14 for the GBB team playing in Beach. The C game will begin at 4:00 p.m. followed by the B and A games. The bus leaves at 1:45 p.m. Good luck girls!
Our in town bus route is starting pick ups today, Monday, January 7th. Our first pick up will be 7:15 AM. Please have your students ready for the bus.
There will only be ONE game tonight, January 7, at 5:30 pm for BBB 7&8. Richardton-Taylor only has an 8th Grade team.
New England Public School will be starting our in-town route on Monday, January 7th. A map with approximate times will be on our website for your review shortly.
There will be an informational meeting regarding Girl Scouts for parents of girls in grades kindergarten through five at the school tomorrow, January 4, from 5:00 pm to 6:00 pm.
There will be Drills and Skills today, Saturday December 22, from 9:00 am to 10:00 am. There will be no session next Saturday.
The girls in 7th and 8th grade basketball need to bring in their jerseys tomorrow, December 17, to turn them in during RTI.
For this evening’s concert, students in 7-12 band and choir should report to the music room by 6:00 pm. Students in Band 5&6 should be at school by 6:00 pm. All students in Kindergarten through 4th grade should be in their classrooms at 6:15 at the earliest. See you tonight!
GAME CHANGE: The junior high GBB team will play in HETTINGER tomorrow at 4:00 p.m. The bus will leave at 2:30.
The varsity GBB will be leaving at 1:00 p.m. to play in their second game of the Roughrider Tourney. The game begins at 3:00 p.m. Join us for some wrestling tomorrow in our gym beginning at 4:30 p.m. Your activity passes will get you in for free. Otherwise adult tickets are $6 and student tickets are $4. The junior high boys and girls will leave at 1:30 p.m. to play basketball in Bowman. Games begin at 3:15 p.m.
The junior high girls and boys basketball games on Thursday, December 6 in Bowman will begin at 3:15. They will be playing simultaneously at the Rouzie Rec Center (boys) and at the high school (girls). The team will leave at 1:30 pm on that day. Also on Thursday, our school will be hosting a wrestling duo beginning at 4:30 with JV and 6:00 for varsity. Come check it out! Ticket prices will be $6.00 for adults and $4.00 for students.
Please remember your sports uniforms and order forms for tomorrow!!! Monday, December 3 is SPORTS PICTURE DAY.
Just a reminder regarding the junior high basketball games on Monday, December 3: The boys play in Reeder at 4:00 pm and the girls play here at 5:30. The junior high boys’ game is a make-up game that was postponed due to the weather.
Due to the weather, we will postpone Board Game Night for the students in Grade 7-12 that was scheduled to follow tonight’s game on November 30.
The Boy Scouts meeting today, Friday, November 30th will start after school at the Memorial Hall.
The bus will leave for the 8th grade Ag Day in Belfield tomorrow at 7:30 AM. Remember to pack a lunch for tomorrow. If you play basketball, bring your gear, the bus will drop you off in South Heart for the game.
This is the last call to see if you/your child would be interested in signing up for the in-town bus route we are planning on starting in December. If you are interested, please contact Julie Opdahl at 579-4160.
Everyone is invited to attend the 13th Annual Hometown Holidays on Sunday, December 2nd at the New England Memorial Hall. Festivities start at 11:00 AM.
There has been a change for the junior high games on Friday. Both girls and boys will be playing in South Heart. The games will begin at 4 pm. The girls will play in the main gym, and the boys will play in the elementary gym.
Junior high GBB will practice from 4:30 pm to 6:00 pm on Sunday night at the high school gym. Please contact Coach Binstock or Coach Hanson with any questions or concerns.
Juniors and seniors need to turn in their Josten’s orders to Julie tomorrow, November 20. Call Julie if you have questions.
The grade school basketball tournament today, Saturday, November 17 has been cancelled.
The basketball jamboree for the fifth and sixth grade boys for today, Saturday, November 17, has been cancelled. Uniforms will be collected Monday. Please have them washed and ready to turn in after school.
Buses will be dismissed early today, Friday, November 16th due to the icy conditions that we will be experiencing. Buses will run at 2:55 PM from New England Public School.
There will be no basketball games tonight. The games have been rescheduled. On December 1, the seventh and eighth girls’ basketball team will play at New England at noon against Hettinger-Scranton. On Monday, December 3, the seventh and eighth boys’ basketball team will play at Reeder at 4 PM.
Today is join me for a lunch day for parents. Parents are invited to join their children at lunch as our guests. The kindergarten class eats at 10:45 AM. The second graders eat at 10:50 AM.The first graders eat at 11:20 AM. The preschoolers eat at 11:25 AM. The third graders eat at 11:40 AM. The fourth, fifth, and sixth graders eat at 12:15 PM. All times are approximate.
The fourth, fifth, and sixth grade basketball game scheduled for tomorrow, Thursday, November 15th will start at 4:00 in New England.
The junior high girls and junior boys basketball games on Friday, November 16th will start at 4:00 PM. The girls play at home and the boys play at Reeder.
The New England Public Booster Club will be meeting at 7:00 PM on Wednesday, November 14th at the Memorial Hall. Anyone is welcome to attend.
Grades 7-11 Band Tour Little Caesar’s Pizza Orders must be turned in Thursday, November 15th.
The fifth grade boys basketball game at Dickinson today, Tuesday, November 13th has been changed to start at 6:15 PM.
There will be a mandatory boys’ basketball meeting Monday, November 19, at 6:00 pm in the Multi-Purpose room for all parents of boys in grades 9-12 who plan to play this season.
Reminders for tomorrow morning, November 13: College Tour students need to be at school no later than 6:15 a.m. MathCounts is at 7:00 a.m. Picture Retake Day is Wednesday.
Gr. 9-12 GBB practice begins on Monday, November 12 at 10 a.m.
New England Public School would like to know if you/your child would be interested in riding the bus if we started an in-town route. If you are interested, please contact Julie Opdahl at 579-4160.
Gr. 4-6 boys basketball will have practice Thursday after school at St. Mary’s.
Reminder to senior parents: Stop in for help today after school until 6:30 pm with FAFSA!
There has been a time change for the junior high GBB game on Thursday, November 8. The girls will play Bowman at our gym beginning at 3:00 p.m. tomorrow.
For those students who plan on attending the College Tour field trip your permission slips are due to Mrs. Reisenauer tomorrow, Wednesday, November 7.
Junior high GBB and junior high BBB practice will be at DWCRC today, November 6.
On Tuesday, November 6th community residents will have an opportunity to vote on the New England Public School District proposed bond referendum. Voting will take place at New England Public School from 9:00 AM until 7:00 PM.
Junior high boys will have basketball practice immediately after school in our gym. Junior high girls will have basketball practice at 4 p.m. at the DWCRC today.
There is no 4th grade boys’ basketball game tonight. Only fifth and sixth graders will be attending the game this evening. The bus will still leave at 2:30 today, and the game is still in Taylor at 4:00 p.m.
Let’s wear ORANGE and BLACK tomorrow in support of our volleyball girls who will be playing in Regionals at 2 p.m. at Trinity. If you intend to have your student leave early for the game, please send a note with him or her tomorrow. Please indicate the method of transportation by which he or she will get to the game and the time of dismissal. Thank you!
On November 6th, New England Public School will hold a bond election for a General Obligation of approximately $5.6 million dollars. In order to pass this bond, the school needs 60% of the voters in favor of this obligation. The purpose for which the bonds are to be issued is to provide funds, together with any other funds available, to construct, remodel, improve and equip the current school buildings to include additions for classrooms, cafeteria, physical education, music, public fitness facility, and to make site improvements to school property. As I have mentioned on numerous occasions, our school has reached its capacity. Our student enrollment has more than doubled over the past nine years bringing our total student enrollment to 299 students in grades Pre-kindergarten through 12th grade in 2018. Increased enrollment brings both opportunities and some challenges. To accommodate students, the district has had to utilize every classroom and every possible space we have available. Spaces that were not designed for instruction, such as storage closets, hallways, and the cafeteria, are regularly used for teaching and learning in an effort to meet current needs. Senate Bill No. 2178 authorized the Bank of North Dakota to provide up to $250 million for school construction loans to eligible school districts. Eligibility for school districts includes the following criteria: • New construction or remodeling projects with a cost of at least $1 million and an expected utilization of at least 30 years; • Project approval by the Superintendent of Public Instruction; and • Bond authorization. The loan awards are subject to the advice and consent of the Superintendent of Public Instruction with priority given to student capacity, academic needs, safety and security, project costs, and other criteria established in rule by the Superintendent of Public Instruction. An eligible school district is limited to $20 million of loans from this program, we are looking at $5.6 million. The loans are for a 20-year term unless the school district requests a shorter term. The interest rates on the loans will not exceed 2 percent. If we don’t utilize the School Construction Loan Program, we will have to look at Lease Revenue Bonds we will be servicing a bond rate of around 4% to 4.5%. Just the difference in interest rates would add an additional $50,000 to $60,000 per year in debt service to this proposed project. As a school, we must publish this notice of general obligation in our local paper. The state defines how we publish this notice. In the Herald, the notice will read, “If approved, the bond issue will result in an estimated additional millage of 25.98 mills, equal to $25.98 on each $1,000 of taxable valuation for the first taxable year.” With some additional revenue sources, the school has access to, we will not need the advertised 26 mills to see this project through. With the additional revenue, from other sources, I estimate the additional mills to be around 8-9 mills. The tax impact, at 8 or 9 mills, on a house appraised at $100,000 would be an additional $36 per year. The tax impact on the average acre of land would amount to about $.22 per acre per year. The tax impact on commercial property appraised at $50,000 would be an additional $20 per year. We need to address the needs we have in our district. A “yes” vote would allow us to utilize The School Construction Loan money saving the district between $50,000 to $60,000 a year. This project would also set New England Public School up for the next generation of students in our community. See you at the polls on November 6th!
Thursday, 11/1 ....Today’s 4-5-6 boys’ basketball game has been moved to Belfield. We apologize for the inconvenience!
Just a reminder, New England Public School will be hosting a public forum to discuss the proposed building project Thursday, November 1st starting at 6:30 PM in the gymnasium.
Boys fourth, fifth, and sixth grade basketball practice has been cancelled for tonight, Wednesday, October 31st.
Just a friendly reminder that we have Mathcounts every Tuesday at 7:00 am. See you tomorrow morning!
The bus will leave Saturday for the Gr. 5 & 6 boys’ basketball tourneys at 7:45 a.m.
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Just a reminder, New England Public School will be hosting a public forum to discuss the proposed building project tonight, Wednesday, October 17th starting at 6:30 PM in the gymnasium.
The 5th & 6th grade boys' basketball game for Tuesday, October 16th has been CANCELED.
On Monday, October 15th, the 4th grade game at Scranton has been cancelled. The 5th grade game will start at 4:00 PM.
Just a reminder, New England Public School will be dismissing early today, Friday, October 12th. Buses will be running at 12:15 PM.
Just a reminder, on Friday, October 12th, New England Public School will be dismissing early for our ALICE training. An email was sent out earlier explaining this training and the need for it. Buses will be running at 12:15 PM.
All 6th, 7th & 8th grade students are invited to participate in MathCounts. Practice is from 7 am to 8 am one day per week . A welcome letter has been given to your student and ALL parents must signed and return it with either Yes or No or get a copy here: http://5il.co/5933
On Friday, October 12th, New England Public School will be dismissing early for our ALICE training. An email was sent out earlier explaining this training and the need for it. Buses will be running at 12:15 PM.
On October 10th at 6:00 p.m. in the music room, there will be a meeting for parents of students in grades 7-11 who are interested in attending the Band Tour 2020. The primary topic will be possible destinations.
On Friday, October 12th New England Public School will be dismissing early for professional development. Buses will run at 12:15.
Fourth, fifth, and sixth grade boys basketball practice has been cancelled tonight, October 5, 2018.
New England Public School invites its patrons to complete our building project survey to provide feedback and help us shape this project. Click on the link below to take the survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/96ZDQ2V
The Junior High volleyball game tonight, Thursday, October 4th is at the Dickinson Middle School. The address is 2675 21st Street West.
Any football parents wishing to have pictures taken with their student/athlete need to be at the Mott football field at 4:30 PM on Friday, October 5th. All Senior mom's are meeting at 4:15 PM.
The New England School Board invites the public to participate in a Public Input Forum tomorrow, Wednesday, October 3rd at 6:30 PM in the gymnasium. At this forum, the school board will share information regarding the school district’s measure on the November 6th ballot requesting to increase mills for a proposed building project. The public is encouraged to attend.
On Wednesday, October 3 at 6:00 p.m. in the Home Ec. Room, there will be an informational meeting for parents of sophomores or juniors who are interested in the trip to Washington, D.C.
Tiger Pride Week dress up days for next week: Mon. - Patriotic Day or PJ Day Tues. - Color Day (as assigned) Wed. - Biker Day or Super Hero Day Thurs. - Cowboy Day or Blast from the Past Fri. - Orange & Black Day
NOTICE OF PUBLIC INPUT MEETING The New England School Board invites the public to participate in a Public Input Forum on the following dates: Wednesday, October 3rd at 6:30 P.M., Wednesday, October 17th at 6:30 PM, or Thursday, November 1st at 6:30 PM in the gymnasium. At this forum, the school board will share information regarding the school district’s measure on the November 6th ballot requesting to increase mills for a proposed building project. The public is encouraged to attend.
Grades 4, 5, & 6 Football Team made it to the playoffs and will be leaving Saturday, September 29 from school at 9:30 a.m. The game starts at 12:00 p.m. Go NE-M-R "Crispy Cats!"
The junior high football game scheduled for today, Monday, September 24th has been moved up to start at 4:00 PM because of the junior varsity game tonight. The junior varsity game will start immediately after the junior high game.
The pep bus will be leaving at 6:00 p.m. on Friday, September 21. There is still time to turn in the permission slip and the $2.00 for the bus ride. The dance costs $3.00. This is an INFORMAL dance. Dress warmly! It's going to be chilly at the game!
Reminder: Friday, September 21st is JERSEY DAY. Support your favorite team! Students in fall sports will be recognized at the Pep Rally at 8:30 a.m.
NE Booster Club September 14th Raffle Winner - Jane Reisenauer - Hettinger - $100.00 - - Congratulations, Jane!
Boys Basketball 4-5-6 Practice Begins Today - September 20th - right after school @ Memorial Hall
If your student in grades 7-12 wishes to ride the pep bus to the Homecoming Game on Friday and stay for the dance, he or she needs a permission form signed by a parent by Friday morning.
5th graders are attending the Water Festival on Friday, 9/21 in Dickinson. They will be leaving at 8:25 and returning around 2:00 p.m. Their permission slips were supposed to be turned in today!
PLEASE NOTE: The first day of 4-5-6 boys’ basketball practice will be TOMORROW, 9/20 and there will also be practice on Friday, 9/21.
There will be 4-5-6 boys' basketball practice at Memorial Hall next Wednesday and Thursday--9/26 & 9/27.
Tomorrow's 4-5-6 football game against Killdeer has been postponed until Tuesday September 25. There will be NO practice on Friday, September 21, but there WILL BE practice on Monday, September 24.
Gr. 4-5-6 GBB will be playing at 4:30 p.m. on Thursday, September 20. This is an hour earlier than expected. The game is at New England, and the girls play Hettinger-Scranton.
Parent/Teacher Conferences are on 9/19 and 9/26 from 3:30 to 6:30. Parents of students in grades kindergarten through third have appointments. Parents of students in grades 4-12 are drop-in basis.
Parent/Teacher Conferences will be held on the next two Wednesdays, September 19th & September 26th, from 3:30 to 6:30. We hope to see you there!
Just a reminder, the C squad volleyball game tonight, Tuesday, September 18th has been cancelled.
The junior high football game will start at 4:00 PM today, Tuesday, September 18th due to the addition of the junior varsity game. The junior varsity game will start immediately after the junior high game.
There is NO junior high volleyball practice today--Tuesday, 9/18/18.
There WILL BE a JV football game following the junior high game tomorrow, September 18, in New England. The junior high game begins at 4:30 p.m. Trish Kaufman is looking for volunteers to help run concessions on Tuesday and for Thursday's 456 football game. Call 701-260-3472.
The varsity football team will be playing in HETTINGER Friday, September 14 at 7 p.m.
TOMORROW... Thursday, September 13th is Sports Picture Day: *Volleyball A-B-C-8-7 *Girls' Basketball 4-5-6 *Football 4-5-6 Please remember your uniforms tomorrow! Extra order forms are in the office.
This is a reminder for all FRESHMEN...the bus MUST leave at 6:30 a.m. to be on time for the presentations in Bowman tomorrow, September 12th. Don't be late! Bring a jacket. Lunch is provided, but you may want to pack snacks. We will be back around 4:30 p.m. from the field trip.
Come Test Drive a Ford Focus, Escape, Edge, Explorer, F-15O, or Super Duty this Saturday September 8th at the New England Public Schools parking lot from 9am-2pm and Ford will donate $2O Dollars for every Test Drive up to 3OO Vehicle. That's right the School could recieve $6,OOO Dollars. We will even wash your Car while taking your Test Drive. Thanks 4 your support and see you Saturday.
The junior high football team will be leaving school on Saturday, September 8 at 7:00 a.m.
9/7/18 Update regarding junior high volleyball practice: 7th and 8th volleyball will practice immediately following school today at 3:15 until 4:30 p.m. at the DWCRC.
Due to unforeseen circumstances, the junior high volleyball practice time has been changed to 4:30 p.m. for today (Friday, Sept. 7) only. We apologize for any inconvenience.
Any students in grades 7-12 who want to participate in drama for the fall one act play competition must see Mrs. Witte before Monday, September 10.
Come Test Drive a Ford Vehicle this Saturday September 8th at the New England Public Schools parking lot from 9am-2pm and Ford will donate $2O Dollars for every Test Drive up to 3OO Vehicle. That's right the School could recieve $6,OOO Dollars. We will even wash your car while taking your Test Drive. Thanks for your support and see you Saturday, September 8th.
The 4-5-6 girls' basketball game against Heart River will be played in South Heart tomorrow at 4:00 p.m. The game that was scheduled for Thursday against Hettinger/Scranton has been cancelled and will not be rescheduled.
Just a reminder, New England Public School will be dismissing early for professional development. Buses will run at 12:15 PM.
Just a reminder, on Monday, August 27th New England Public School will be dismissing early for professional development. Buses will run at 12:15.
If you purchased an activity ticket, you may pick it up at the school office. If you plan on attending tomorrow night's varsity football game in Mott, you should stop in tomorrow to pick up your activity ticket. They are honored at the regular season home football games.
On Monday, August 27th, New England Public School will be dismissing early for professional development. Buses will run at 12:15 PM.
No junior high football practice on Friday, August 24th.
Parent-Teacher Conferences are an important opportunity where we can sit down and discuss your child’s progress in school. We have scheduled our Parent-Teacher Conferences for September 19th and September 26th from 3:30 PM until 6:30 PM.
Starting Monday, August 20th, New England Public School will be serving breakfast. Guidelines for free and reduced breakfast are the same as our lunch program. The cost for breakfast is $1.60.
Say, "Cheese!" Picture Day is Wednesday, August 22!
Starting Monday, August 20th, New England Public School will be serving breakfast. Guidelines for free and reduced breakfast are the same as our lunch program. The cost for breakfast is $1.60.
The JV football game scheduled for Monday, August 20th versus Grant County has been cancelled. The junior high game is still scheduled to start at 4:30.
The varsity football game on Friday, August 17th at Tioga has been changed to a 6:00 PM Mountain Standard Time start time.
The daily announcements for NEPS will be available to access from any browser by going to this link: https://goo.gl/v4yQxv
Monday, August 20th will be the 5th Grade Band Instrument Rental Night with Jacobsen Music for beginner band students. Jacobsen Music will be here from 3:30-6 that evening to do a rent to buy program for your child's instrument, purchase books and portable music stands. If your 5th grade child does not have an instrument, a band book or a music stand to practice on at home then I will see you Monday night!
There is a mandatory meeting for parents and students in grades 5 and 6 on August 14th. Please stop in anytime between 4:00 and 6:00 PM
The correct server address was not given in the previous post about PowerSchool Our server address is: new-england.ps.state.nd us
Hope your summer has been a good one. We will be starting Girls Basketball 4th thru 6th grade Wednesday August 15th at 1pm at the Memorial Hall and end at 2:30 pm. Also Thursday and Friday practice will be at the Memorial Hall after school and will be ending at 5 pm. Looking forward to seeing everyone. Coach Flaherty and Coach Jung
As the start of school approaches, students and parents want to install the mobile app on their phone. A common question that is asked is, “What is our district code for the mobile app?” When using the mobile app for Parents, do not use the district code. Instead follow the steps below: Setup for PowerSchool mobile app for IOS devices and Android Devices 1. Download or update the current PowerSchool mobile app from the app store or Googleplay 2. After the app is downloaded start the PowerSchool mobile app 3. On the splash screen touch the Help link 4. Touch Search for your District 5. Fill in the PowerSchool server Address districtname.ps.state.nd.us or you may need to use https://districtname.ps.state.nd.us 6. Submit 7. On the login page input your username and password and touch the sign in button. PowerSchool Team
Junior High Volleyball will start on Monday, August 20th at 4:00 PM.
Volleyball practice Monday August 13th from 9:30am to noon and 1:30 to 3:30 for all girls in grades 9 through 12.
Photo credit for the cover picture of the front of the school on our Facebook page and in the scrolling images on the webpage goes to Shellee Hanson. Thanks Shellee!
Football Practice Schedule for the week of August 6th. All Practices will be in Mott during pre-season. Bus will leave New England at 3:30 PM. Practice will be 5:00 PM to 7:30 PM.
There is a Football Parent Meeting scheduled for Sunday, August 5th at the Enchanted Castle in Regent at 6:00 PM for all parents and students in grades 7-12.
We are changing our Facebook group to a page. Please visit and like https://www.facebook.com/NEPSTigers/ to keep up to date with school happenings. The group will end Sept 1, 2018
To encourage students to develop high standards in communication skills through reading, speaking, listening, and writing.
The mission of the New England Public School District is to provide an equal opportunity for each individual to obtain a quality education enabling him or her to reach his or her highest level of intellectual, social, emotional, and physical growth.
New England Public School sits at the north end of Main Street in the predominately agricultural community of New England in the southwestern corner of North Dakota.