Second Annual YES! State Championship Award Ceremony Held At Target Field on May 20, 2018
The Indian Education Committee worked with staff and students to set-up a once in a lifetime opportunity for students to visit a beautiful and historic place. Students and staff visited Madeline Island in Wisconsin to learn more about the history of the island and how people are still using sustainable practices and the land to live earth-friendly lives. “It was…
Here are a couple of news highlights of our students and their trip to the Quiluete Nation in La Push, Washington. From WDIO – NLCS Trip From Fox News
NLCS students and staff model their Native American styled shirts and skirts that students designed and crafted. Students were able to learn about Native American culture and environmental themes that were displayed throughout the fashion project. There was a lot of learning and tremendous amount of work.
NLCS students hosted a health expo on Friday. Students partnered with community organizations to spread the word about healthy living habits. Students each researched key health issues that impact today’s teens. These students created informational posters and presented to them to their peers at the health expo. NLCS is a project based school where authentic projects are the heart of…
During the month of April NLCS is accepting applications for the 2016-2017. On the first Wednesday in May a lottery will be held to determine new students for next school year. The best opportunity to get into NLCS is to apply during April! Click the apply button on the left side of this screen to fill out an online application….
NLCS will host an extraordinary board meeting on March 23, 2016 at 3:15PM Agenda: Director hiring 2015-2016 school calendar adjustment
NLCS students pick blueberries at a local farm for the food shelf.
Donna and Vickie present environmental science project to the Northern Lights Community School Board of Directors. Students have created ecosystems and are doing water quality testing (Ph, dissolved oxygen, turbidity, temperature, odor, nitrates, and acidity) throughout the past four weeks. Another example of authentic hands-on learning at NLCS!