Newton Falls Exempted Village Schools

 

Elementary/Middle School

Kindergarten Registration Extended

The Kindergarten Registration date has changed. To enroll in Kindergarten, your child must be 5 years old by Monday, September 30th. You can register at the Elementary/Middle School Office Monday through Friday from 8:30 AM to 2:30 PM.

News and Information

Newton Falls Schools Superintendent Mr. Paul Woodard has written a State of the Schools to let everyone know about some
of the many great things going on here at Newton Falls Exempted Village Schools.

It includes information about the 1.75% earned income tax that will be on the May 7th ballot, our Veteran's Day program, Senior Serivce Day, our CBI Program, our Robotics Club, our booster clubs, National Honor Society, and more.

To read his entire message, go to: http://www.newton-falls.k12.oh.us/images/208/StateoftheSchools.pdf
Posted: 04/17/2019 07:57:21

The Newton Falls Third Grade Class is taking a field trip to Camp Fitch. The permission form must be turned in by Thursday, May 2nd. The trip is Monday, May 6th. Students will leave from school and return before the end of the school day. If you have questions, please contact Miss Elliott.
Posted: 04/17/2019 07:57:09

As the weather gets colder, try to keep that winter weight down with our Walk Warm Program. The Newton Falls Elementary/Middle School will be open through Friday, May 17th, from 3:30-5:30 PM Monday through Friday, to all Newton Falls residents who would like to walk the halls. Individuals under 18 years of age must be accompanied by an adult at all times. Sign-In is required.
Posted: 04/17/2019 07:50:57

The Newton Falls Community Backpack Program began on "Make a Difference Day" in 2010. It was designed to supplement food over the weekend with kid-friendly, nonperishable foods such as peanut butter, pudding, protein bars, soup, macaroni and cheese, canned vegetables or fruit, cheese crackers, etc. About fifteen individual items are given in the (plastic) bags each week. We also include a donated, gently-used book when available, which kids may keep, share, or return. The Kiwanis Club of Newton Falls has helped with this project and their treasurer co-ordinates area school groups, community members, and church volunteers to pack.

Folks in town contribute funding to this project at Associated School Employees Credit Union. They also donate food at boxes at the credit union, Healthy Treasures, and the Newton Falls United Methodist Church. The children, selected confidentially by the school staff, are to take the bags home and share the contents with family members. We ask parents/guardians to check the contents, particularly if the child has allergies. On occasion, recently expired--but sealed-- donations are given out. They meet acceptable standards according to Second Harvest food guidelines, a copy of which has been given to the Elementary/Middle School Office.

If you do NOT want to participate in this program, OR if you know of someone that WOULD benefit from this program, please let the school staff know. The program runs through mid-May.
Posted: 04/17/2019 07:50:57

All school fees are due and payable at this time.
Posted: 04/17/2019 07:50:57

Newton Falls Schools Superintendent Mr. Paul Woodard has written a State of the Schools to let everyone know about some
of the many great things going on here at Newton Falls Exempted Village Schools.

It includes information about the 1.75% earned income tax that will be on the May 7th ballot, our Veteran's Day program, Senior Serivce Day, our CBI Program, our Robotics Club, our booster clubs, National Honor Society, and more.

To read his entire message, go to: http://www.newton-falls.k12.oh.us/images/208/StateoftheSchools.pdf
Posted: 04/16/2019 10:23:26

As the weather gets colder, try to keep that winter weight down with our Walk Warm Program. The Newton Falls Elementary/Middle School will be open through Friday, May 17th, from 3:30-5:30 PM Monday through Friday, to all Newton Falls residents who would like to walk the halls. Individuals under 18 years of age must be accompanied by an adult at all times. Sign-In is required.
Posted: 04/16/2019 07:52:59

The Newton Falls Community Backpack Program began on "Make a Difference Day" in 2010. It was designed to supplement food over the weekend with kid-friendly, nonperishable foods such as peanut butter, pudding, protein bars, soup, macaroni and cheese, canned vegetables or fruit, cheese crackers, etc. About fifteen individual items are given in the (plastic) bags each week. We also include a donated, gently-used book when available, which kids may keep, share, or return. The Kiwanis Club of Newton Falls has helped with this project and their treasurer co-ordinates area school groups, community members, and church volunteers to pack.

Folks in town contribute funding to this project at Associated School Employees Credit Union. They also donate food at boxes at the credit union, Healthy Treasures, and the Newton Falls United Methodist Church. The children, selected confidentially by the school staff, are to take the bags home and share the contents with family members. We ask parents/guardians to check the contents, particularly if the child has allergies. On occasion, recently expired--but sealed-- donations are given out. They meet acceptable standards according to Second Harvest food guidelines, a copy of which has been given to the Elementary/Middle School Office.

If you do NOT want to participate in this program, OR if you know of someone that WOULD benefit from this program, please let the school staff know. The program runs through mid-May.
Posted: 04/16/2019 07:52:59

All school fees are due and payable at this time.
Posted: 04/16/2019 07:52:59

As the weather gets colder, try to keep that winter weight down with our Walk Warm Program. The Newton Falls Elementary/Middle School will be open through Friday, May 17th, from 3:30-5:30 PM Monday through Friday, to all Newton Falls residents who would like to walk the halls. Individuals under 18 years of age must be accompanied by an adult at all times. Sign-In is required.
Posted: 04/15/2019 07:56:16

The Newton Falls Community Backpack Program began on "Make a Difference Day" in 2010. It was designed to supplement food over the weekend with kid-friendly, nonperishable foods such as peanut butter, pudding, protein bars, soup, macaroni and cheese, canned vegetables or fruit, cheese crackers, etc. About fifteen individual items are given in the (plastic) bags each week. We also include a donated, gently-used book when available, which kids may keep, share, or return. The Kiwanis Club of Newton Falls has helped with this project and their treasurer co-ordinates area school groups, community members, and church volunteers to pack.

Folks in town contribute funding to this project at Associated School Employees Credit Union. They also donate food at boxes at the credit union, Healthy Treasures, and the Newton Falls United Methodist Church. The children, selected confidentially by the school staff, are to take the bags home and share the contents with family members. We ask parents/guardians to check the contents, particularly if the child has allergies. On occasion, recently expired--but sealed-- donations are given out. They meet acceptable standards according to Second Harvest food guidelines, a copy of which has been given to the Elementary/Middle School Office.

If you do NOT want to participate in this program, OR if you know of someone that WOULD benefit from this program, please let the school staff know. The program runs through mid-May.
Posted: 04/15/2019 07:56:16

All school fees are due and payable at this time.
Posted: 04/15/2019 07:56:16

As the weather gets colder, try to keep that winter weight down with our Walk Warm Program. The Newton Falls Elementary/Middle School will be open through Friday, May 17th, from 3:30-5:30 PM Monday through Friday, to all Newton Falls residents who would like to walk the halls. Individuals under 18 years of age must be accompanied by an adult at all times. Sign-In is required.
Posted: 04/12/2019 08:07:17

The Newton Falls Community Backpack Program began on "Make a Difference Day" in 2010. It was designed to supplement food over the weekend with kid-friendly, nonperishable foods such as peanut butter, pudding, protein bars, soup, macaroni and cheese, canned vegetables or fruit, cheese crackers, etc. About fifteen individual items are given in the (plastic) bags each week. We also include a donated, gently-used book when available, which kids may keep, share, or return. The Kiwanis Club of Newton Falls has helped with this project and their treasurer co-ordinates area school groups, community members, and church volunteers to pack.

Folks in town contribute funding to this project at Associated School Employees Credit Union. They also donate food at boxes at the credit union, Healthy Treasures, and the Newton Falls United Methodist Church. The children, selected confidentially by the school staff, are to take the bags home and share the contents with family members. We ask parents/guardians to check the contents, particularly if the child has allergies. On occasion, recently expired--but sealed-- donations are given out. They meet acceptable standards according to Second Harvest food guidelines, a copy of which has been given to the Elementary/Middle School Office.

If you do NOT want to participate in this program, OR if you know of someone that WOULD benefit from this program, please let the school staff know. The program runs through mid-May.
Posted: 04/12/2019 08:07:17

All school fees are due and payable at this time.
Posted: 04/12/2019 08:07:17

As the weather gets colder, try to keep that winter weight down with our Walk Warm Program. The Newton Falls Elementary/Middle School will be open through Friday, May 17th, from 3:30-5:30 PM Monday through Friday, to all Newton Falls residents who would like to walk the halls. Individuals under 18 years of age must be accompanied by an adult at all times. Sign-In is required.
Posted: 04/10/2019 08:01:56

The Newton Falls Community Backpack Program began on "Make a Difference Day" in 2010. It was designed to supplement food over the weekend with kid-friendly, nonperishable foods such as peanut butter, pudding, protein bars, soup, macaroni and cheese, canned vegetables or fruit, cheese crackers, etc. About fifteen individual items are given in the (plastic) bags each week. We also include a donated, gently-used book when available, which kids may keep, share, or return. The Kiwanis Club of Newton Falls has helped with this project and their treasurer co-ordinates area school groups, community members, and church volunteers to pack.

Folks in town contribute funding to this project at Associated School Employees Credit Union. They also donate food at boxes at the credit union, Healthy Treasures, and the Newton Falls United Methodist Church. The children, selected confidentially by the school staff, are to take the bags home and share the contents with family members. We ask parents/guardians to check the contents, particularly if the child has allergies. On occasion, recently expired--but sealed-- donations are given out. They meet acceptable standards according to Second Harvest food guidelines, a copy of which has been given to the Elementary/Middle School Office.

If you do NOT want to participate in this program, OR if you know of someone that WOULD benefit from this program, please let the school staff know. The program runs through mid-May.
Posted: 04/10/2019 08:01:56

All school fees are due and payable at this time.
Posted: 04/10/2019 08:01:56

As the weather gets colder, try to keep that winter weight down with our Walk Warm Program. The Newton Falls Elementary/Middle School will be open through Friday, May 17th, from 3:30-5:30 PM Monday through Friday, to all Newton Falls residents who would like to walk the halls. Individuals under 18 years of age must be accompanied by an adult at all times. Sign-In is required.
Posted: 04/08/2019 08:08:25

The Newton Falls Community Backpack Program began on "Make a Difference Day" in 2010. It was designed to supplement food over the weekend with kid-friendly, nonperishable foods such as peanut butter, pudding, protein bars, soup, macaroni and cheese, canned vegetables or fruit, cheese crackers, etc. About fifteen individual items are given in the (plastic) bags each week. We also include a donated, gently-used book when available, which kids may keep, share, or return. The Kiwanis Club of Newton Falls has helped with this project and their treasurer co-ordinates area school groups, community members, and church volunteers to pack.

Folks in town contribute funding to this project at Associated School Employees Credit Union. They also donate food at boxes at the credit union, Healthy Treasures, and the Newton Falls United Methodist Church. The children, selected confidentially by the school staff, are to take the bags home and share the contents with family members. We ask parents/guardians to check the contents, particularly if the child has allergies. On occasion, recently expired--but sealed-- donations are given out. They meet acceptable standards according to Second Harvest food guidelines, a copy of which has been given to the Elementary/Middle School Office.

If you do NOT want to participate in this program, OR if you know of someone that WOULD benefit from this program, please let the school staff know. The program runs through mid-May.
Posted: 04/08/2019 08:08:25

All school fees are due and payable at this time.
Posted: 04/08/2019 08:08:25

As the weather gets colder, try to keep that winter weight down with our Walk Warm Program. The Newton Falls Elementary/Middle School will be open through Friday, May 17th, from 3:30-5:30 PM Monday through Friday, to all Newton Falls residents who would like to walk the halls. Individuals under 18 years of age must be accompanied by an adult at all times. Sign-In is required.
Posted: 04/05/2019 08:13:38

The Newton Falls Community Backpack Program began on "Make a Difference Day" in 2010. It was designed to supplement food over the weekend with kid-friendly, nonperishable foods such as peanut butter, pudding, protein bars, soup, macaroni and cheese, canned vegetables or fruit, cheese crackers, etc. About fifteen individual items are given in the (plastic) bags each week. We also include a donated, gently-used book when available, which kids may keep, share, or return. The Kiwanis Club of Newton Falls has helped with this project and their treasurer co-ordinates area school groups, community members, and church volunteers to pack.

Folks in town contribute funding to this project at Associated School Employees Credit Union. They also donate food at boxes at the credit union, Healthy Treasures, and the Newton Falls United Methodist Church. The children, selected confidentially by the school staff, are to take the bags home and share the contents with family members. We ask parents/guardians to check the contents, particularly if the child has allergies. On occasion, recently expired--but sealed-- donations are given out. They meet acceptable standards according to Second Harvest food guidelines, a copy of which has been given to the Elementary/Middle School Office.

If you do NOT want to participate in this program, OR if you know of someone that WOULD benefit from this program, please let the school staff know. The program runs through mid-May.
Posted: 04/05/2019 08:13:38

All school fees are due and payable at this time.
Posted: 04/05/2019 08:13:38

As the weather gets colder, try to keep that winter weight down with our Walk Warm Program. The Newton Falls Elementary/Middle School will be open through Friday, May 17th, from 3:30-5:30 PM Monday through Friday, to all Newton Falls residents who would like to walk the halls. Individuals under 18 years of age must be accompanied by an adult at all times. Sign-In is required.
Posted: 04/03/2019 08:28:30


Send a note to school

If a parent must pick up a child early for a doctor's appointment, etc., the parent must send a note stating the reason and time the child will need to leave school. The parent must come to the main office to sign out the child. A child will not be called to the office until the parent arrives. If someone other than the parent is to pick up the child, the name of the designated person must be written on the student emergency enrollment card. Pictured identification may be required. Please include a phone number where you can be reached for verification.

Gifted Student Information for Parents

Newton Falls Schools is committed to giving the best opportunities for all of our students. The following is information for parents about our Gifted Student Program.

Gifted Information for Parents


Upcoming Events

COMING SOON!


Principal:

Mr. Thomas Sullivan
sullivant@nfschools.org


Secretary:

Mrs. Dee Howard
howardd@nfschools.org


Grades: K-5

Schedule:

8:15 AM - Bus/Parent drop off
8:30 AM - Tardy Bell
3:05 Student Pick-up/Sign Out
3:15 PM - Buses Depart

Address:
Newton Falls Elementary/Middle School
905 Milton Blvd.
Newton Falls, OH 44444
Phone: 330-872-0695
Fax: 330-872-8327

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Newton Falls Exempted Village Schools
909 1/2 Milton Blvd., Newton Falls, Ohio 44444
Superintendent's Office: 330-872-5445