Newton Falls Exempted Village Schools

 

Elementary School

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Elementary School – Newton Falls Exempted Village Schools
August 15th, 2018
Cafeteria Update
category: Central Office

This year’s Free and Reduced Lunch Application is now online. You only have to fill out one application for all students in your household. Please remember that the application is only good for the current school year and for the first few days of the next school year. You must send in a new application […]

 
August 9th, 2018
EL/MS Student Handbook
category: Elementary School

The 2018-2019 Elementary/Middle School Student Handbook is now available. Read it to find out the newest updates to the Bell Schedule, Daily Procedures, Attendance Policy, Tardiness, Parent/Teacher Communication, Deficiency Reports, Student Use of Technology, Student Insurance, Use of Technology for Communication, Medication, Visitors, Accidents, and much more. To read the Handbook, go to http://www.newton-falls.k12.oh.us/images/173/ELMSHandbook1819.pdf

 
August 9th, 2018
EL/MS Dismissal Information
category: Elementary School

The Elementary/Middle School would like to keep everyone informed of their dismissal procedures. Their aim is to make the end of the day procedures run as quickly and smoothly as possible, with the SAFETY of all children being FIRST PLACE. For students in grades K-3, EVERY child who is being picked up MUST be signed […]

 
July 16th, 2018
School Days Calendar
category: Elementary School

The School Days Calendar has been updated for the 2018-2019 school year. There you will be able to see all of the important dates for the school year like the Open House date of Monday, August 20th, the first day of school for students on Tuesday, August 21st, and others. To view the School Days […]

 
May 29th, 2018
Have a Great Summer!
category: Elementary School

Everyone here at Newton Falls Exempted Village Schools wants to wish all staff and students a safe and happy summer. We will see everyone again on the first day of school on Tuesday, August 21st.

 

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UPCOMING EVENTS

MARCH

2 - Father/Daughter Dance

5 - Professional Day for Staff - No School for Students

13-16 - Kindergarten Registration in the Office 9:00-11:00 AM and 12:00-2:30 PM

23 - End of Grading Period

29 - Report Cards Sent Home

27 - Mobile Dentist

30 - Spring Break Begins - No School

APRIL

2-3 - Spring Break - No School

4 - Professional Day for Staff - No School for Students

11 - Kindergarten Screening

13 - Kindergarten Screening

16 - ABC Meeting

20 - Spring Carnival

25 - Interims Sent Home

30-May 4 - Right To Read Week

MAY

7 - Professional Day for Staff - No school for Students

9 - ABC Meeting

11 - Family Movie Night

21 - Kindergarten Graduation (1:30 PM)

23 - Field Day

24 - Last day for Students

25 - Last day for Teachers

PBIS

PBIS Stands for Positive Behavior Intervention Support. It's a process for creating a safer and more effective school environment. The Elementary School is encouraging our little tigers to be respectful, responsible, safe, and a learner. If our little tigers just "paws" to think, they'll be on their way.

Click here to see our PBIS sheet.

Click here to see what to do when you "Paws" To Think.


Ohio's Third Grade Reading Guarantee

The ability to read is the foundation of learning. Research shows that children who are not reading at a third-grade level by the end of grade 3 are likely to have trouble learning in all classroom subjects in higher grades. Struggling readers greatly benefit from their families' involvement and help at home. The following links will give you the information and tools you need.

Click here to learn more about the Ohio's Third Grade Reading Guarantee

Click here to see the Third Grade Reading Guarantee Parent Roadmap

Click here for the Parent Guide to Student Success

Click here for the ODE Third Grade Reading Guarantee Family Resources


Zero to Three

Zero to Three has a great new web portal with new graphics and resources to explain what we know about the word gap and as professionals how we can support parents, professionals, and policymakers, to support young children's learning of language.

Click here for the Zero to Three website


Newton Falls Elementary Goals

To improve Reading/Writing skills
To improve Math/Problem Solving Skills
To improve Behavior

CAFETERIA INFORMATION

BREAKFAST PROGRAM
Breakfast is available for all students in the cafeteria from 8:25-8:40 AM in the cafeteria. All students eating breakfast are to report directly to the cafeteria when entering the building. Cost is 50¢.

ELEMENTARY LUNCH SCHEDULE

Kindergarten
Lunch 12:30

1st Grade:
Lunch 11:30-12:00
Recess 12:00-12:30

2nd Grade and 3rd Grade:
Lunch 12:00-12:30
Recess 11:30-12:00

Lunch Price is $2.25 (including milk)
Milk Only is 40¢


HEALTHY START HEALTHY FAMILIES

The Ohio Legislature in 2007 adopted measure to provide free health coverage to uninsured children through the state's Medicaid Program. Unfortunately, for a variety of reasons, many children who are eligible for this coverage remain uninsured. You can help get the word out.

Find out more about these programs here.


Useful Resources/Links

The following links are useful tools to help you and your child in their education.

Educational Websites
Trumbull County Educational Service Center
Child Safety Awareness
Reading Tips


HELP SUPPORT OUR SCHOOL

The following programs are ways for you to help our school.

Boxtops for Education
Giant Eagle - Apples for Students
Target Education Programs



Principal:

Mr. Thomas Sullivan
sullivant@nfschools.org


Secretary:

Mrs. Dee Howard
howardd@nfschools.org


Grades: K-3

Schedule:

8:25 AM - Bus drop off
8:40 AM - Tardy Bell
3:05 - 3:13 PM - Student Pick-up/Sign Out
3:20 PM - Buses Depart

Address:
Newton Falls Elementary School
909 Milton Blvd.
Newton Falls, OH 44444
Phone: 330-872-5225
Fax: 330-872-0228

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