Northwood School Laker

June 10, 2022

That's a wrap!

The 2022 spring sports season is officially in the books. Thank you to everyone who made the spring a success! 

Boys Baseball: Boys baseball finished the season strong winning 2 out of their last 3 games, but missed the playoffs. Although finishing with a 2-8 record, there were plenty of exciting moments throughout the season!

Girls Softball: Girls softball finished the season with a 6-2-1 season and locked up 2nd place! They hosted a strong Pembroke team in the semi final game, but unfortunately fell short. Congratulations on the great season!

Track and Field: NEW SPORT

The BRAND NEW Northwood Track team made their presence felt across several meets this season, ultimately capping it off with 7th grader Sam Frye placing in the 800m and the high jump at the State Meet. Not too bad for a first year program!

Vision of the Graduate

Earlier this year, I mentioned that through our work with the New England Association of Schools and Colleges, we are working to address a few priorities:

  • Continued work on our curriculum documents to ensure they are current and in a common format across subject areas
  • Assessment and refinement of our practices in supporting students academically and socially in a tiered framework
  • The creation of a "Vision of the Graduate" document that captures the school community's core beliefs, values, and learning expectations.

Over the course of the year, the school's Leadership Team has developed a draft Vision of the Graduate document based on the school's mission and vision statements, the strategic plan, our academic and social values, and input from the faculty and staff.  

This week Northwood School students had the opportunity to review the draft and provide feedback. We are also seeking family and community input to help us finalize the Vision of the Graduate. Please review the draft VOG below and click the button to provide feedback.

We will share the final version in the next few weeks. Thank you and enjoy the weekend!


VOG Feedback

If not, you’re in luck!


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News from Kindergarten

The kindergarteners wanted to share these facts about frogs…

  • they are amphibians 
  • patterns help them camouflage 
  • have teeth and ears 
  • a group is called an army
  • on earth since the time of dinosaurs 
  • 7,300 different species
  • toads are frogs, but frogs aren’t toads
  • 4 stages of a frog life cycle (egg, tadpole, froglet, and frog)

Meals Information

School & Community News

Important Dates

June 17 - Field Day (rescheduled from June 3)

June 17 - Eighth grade semi-formal, 6:00

June 20 - Eighth grade graduation, 6:00

June 22 - Last day of school (early release @ 12:30)

June 29 - Report cards issued

Please see the athletics calendar for information on games.

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