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NE Info @ 4/29/2020
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Wednesday, April 29, 2020

NE Info @ 4/29/2020


The next instructional materials pick up will be on Tuesday, May 5th on the Northeastern campus between 7:30 am and 6 pm.  In the meantime, please be sure to submit as much work as possible electronically to your teachers.  With this next packet, we have aimed to provide students with more choices and to give more application of knowledge.  The packet will last until the final school day.  We do not plan a mailing of packets and will not be able to deliver them, so please join us on Tuesday.

When you visit our campus on May 5th to pick up materials, please remain in your car and a staff member will approach your car to gather information.  It would be a big help to us if you would be willing to create a name plate to go in the windshield of your car that includes your child’s first and last name as well as grade level.

Later in the morning on May 5th Mr. Walker will be on campus for band students to pick up instruments that were not picked up earlier.

In addition to the packet, please also have your child continue to read for 30 minutes per day and log responses.  Daily practice with i-Ready reading and math will also keep students’ skills sharp in those areas. Math 1 students should continue on the path provided by Mrs. Sanders.  We really want to encourage you to get this accomplished daily for both reading and math so we can avoid regression in skills.

Students have until Friday, May 1st to respond to the locker survey that has been sent to their email address and also posted on our social media pages.  If students want their items returned on May 5th, we need for them to complete the survey.  Even if they don’t plan to take any items from the locker, we’d like to hear from them.  The survey is also included in the email version of this message and posted on Facebook.


Remember, too, to give us a call this week at 336-622-5808 during office hours between 10 am and 1 pm if you think your child may have an item in our lost and found collection.  We need to get it cleaned out at the end of this week and currently we have lots of lunch bags, coats, jackets, and a few other items.  

Superintendent Dr. Stephen Gainey recently sent out communication about grading as provided by the State Board of Education.  If you have not already reviewed that document, it is available via the school system’s home page.

Because Math 1 students are taking a high school level course, those students have a greater variety of options regarding the final grade for the math course.  We will soon be getting a letter to those families, but in the meantime, please familiarize yourself with the options provided.  The choice remains to retake Math 1 if a student feels unprepared to advance forward with math courses.  If you would like to make this choice for your child, please contact one of our counselors, Troy Li-Barber ( or Tracy Whatley ( if you feel this is the best option for your child, and the counselor will communicate with Providence Grove or the Early College.  Math 1 is the foundational course for all other high school math content so please carefully consider what is best for your child’s future.


The district home page includes a resource section regarding COVID19.


Our school social worker has developed a resource list for families who may need assistance with areas such as paying bills and depression at this challenging time.  We have attached the resource list to the email version of the phone message and have also posted it on our Facebook page.


We miss you, Huskies, hope you are doing well, and look forward to seeing families for packet pick up on Tuesday, May 5th between 7:30 am and 6 pm.  Thanks, parents, for being your child’s first teacher.  We appreciate your support!

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NE Info @ May 12, 2020 This week core teachers are working on state-required transition plans individualized by student and so contacts to your home may be fewer in number. As you work remotely, if you need assistance, do not hesitate to contact your teachers by email and they will be back in touch with you as quickly as possible. When you send email messages, if you do that from the school website the Message Tracker system sends an email back to the original sender that must be verified before the message is sent to the school system employee. If you missed the last instructional packet pick up please arrange to stop by the school between 10 am and 1 pm this week to pick up the envelope. Some envelopes contain important updates about vaccinations and your child’s readiness for the next school year. If your child had remaining money in a lunch account, the funds will remain in the lunch account. For eighth graders moving to high school, the money will move to the high school account. As a reminder, due to recent legislation we expect the school year to begin earlier, with a new start date on August 17th. While most of our students have been completing work online and submitting work electronically you may drop off completed paper packets at the school on Thursday, May 21st. Please also mark your calendar for Thursday, June 4th as we will be collecting from you school property such as chrome books, text books, and library books. We ask that all chrome books be charged fully for drop off day. Again, we will be collecting school property on Thursday, June 4th. The school system has designated Tuesday, June 9th as the final remote learning date. Thank you for the tremendous support during “Appreciation Week” last week! We so appreciate your ongoing support of our school and the connections you have maintained with us. If you are not already following us on social media, be sure to do so at Facebook and Twitter. This week you’ll see featured our eighth grader, Natalie, who recently won an award at the Future Business Leaders of America virtual conference. Congratulations, Natalie! We are so proud of our students and their efforts to keep us all on the road to success! Información NERMS for 4 29 2020 NE Info @ 4/29/2020