Ways for Students to Get Involved
Falcon News Network
Falcon News is the morning news show which airs at 7:45 A.M. each day. All fifth graders are invited to serve on FNN and are selected through an application process. Only televisions within our school are able to view FNN. For more information, contact Rachel Anderson.
Feed the Bin Recycling Club
Students in grade 4 are selected by their teachers to serve in this club. Each Wednesday morning the students collect all the recycled paper around the school and bring them to the collection area. Students are supervised by NFP's head custodian.
Gentlemen of the 4th & 5th Grade
The goal of this academic program is to motivate boys to excel in the classroom and to feel as excited about their academic accomplishments as they are about their non-academic accomplishments. The idea is to encourage more boys to make an “A”/ “4” in the classroom whether it's on a class assignment, homework assignment, a quiz, or even with displaying SOAR behavior in school. If a male student student in the 4th or 5th grade gets a "4" during the week, they are to wear a tie on Friday.
Girls on The Run
Girls on the Run is a character development program for girls. The program's lessons aim to enhance self esteem, positive and useful problem-solving strategies, and healthy relationships with developmentally-appropriate training for a 3 mile event. GOTR girls learn to stretch themselves physically, mentally, socially, and emotionally and aspire to achieve their limitless potential! For more information, contact Kayla Malcolm, Akemi Sadler or Betsy Wilson.
All students in grades 3-5 are invited to apply to be Junior Librarians. Junior librarians help Ms. Anderson in the media center from 7:30-7:45 A.M. on a rotating schedule. Job duties include collecting books from classrooms and checking in books so they can be shelved. For more information, contact Rachel Anderson.
Odyssey of the Mind
Odyssey of the Mind is a creative problem-solving competition that teaches students how to think creatively. Students learn how to identify challenges and to think creatively to solve those problems. They are free to express their ideas and suggestions without fear of criticism. The creative problem-solving process rewards thinking "outside of the box." For more information, contact Rob Scott.
Safety Patrol is for 5th grade students that are good role models for other students. The Safety Patrol students help with the flags in front of our building and assist during arrival and dismissal in the hall, at carpool and at the buses. For more information, please contact the coordinator
Student Council is for students in grades 3-5. One student from each classroom will be nominated by their peers to participate in Student Council this year. Student Council will help run the recycling program, organize spirit days, and be involved with community events. For more information, contact Pam Reaume or Akemi Sadler.
Yearbook Club will start Tuesday Sept. 13 at 7:15 am and meet every Tuesday until the book is complete and distributed. contact: parent Kim Gilbert