On March 10, 2020, Northville Public Schools voters will be asked to consider replacing our current Sinking Fund millage with a new Sinking Fund millage that will extend the current .9519-mill levy from 2021 to 2025 and provide for broader uses of the proceeds, including instructional technology and security equipment. The current levy expires on Dec. 31, 2020. The .9519-mill five-year request is a REPLACEMENT of the existing Sinking Fund millage and would NOT result in an increase over the current millage rate. School families and community members can learn more about Northville Public Schools’ March 2020 Sinking Fund Millage Replacement request at upcoming Community Forums/PTA meetings scheduled throughout January and February.
Enjoy a restful Winter Break! We look forward to welcoming students back on Monday, January 6, 2020. Please take a moment to view the latest Northville Connections: the Northville Public Schools digital newsletter.
Northville Public Schools received notice of a Consent Agreement and Final Order between the United States Environmental Protection Agency and Advanced Disposal Services that includes a requirement that Advanced Disposal Services “install a hydrogen sulfide monitor at or near the Ridge Wood Elementary School."
Join us for our first ever Ridge Wood International Night!