On May 6, 2014, the Novi Community School District is asking voters to consider a $70.9 million bond proposal. The bond proposal results in no increase in the current millage rate. The bond focuses on sustaining our district capital assets to provide the highest quality educational experience for our students. This bond proposal comes after a comprehensive facilities assessment, a review by a citizens committee, and a thorough examination by the Board of Education. Details of the proposed bond are available here.
A Blue Ribbon Exemplary School!
Novi Meadows is an upper elementary school with fifth and sixth grade students in two separate grade level houses. We are a Blue Ribbon Exemplary School. The success of our school is due to the participation, talent, and hard work of our students, staff, parents, and community. In partnership with parents and community, the mission of Novi Meadows is to ensure that all students develop the knowledge, skills and character necessary to achieve their highest potential and to be productive members of an ever changing global society.
In partnership with parents and community, the mission of Novi Meadows is to ensure that all students develop the knowledge, skills and character necessary to achieve their highest potential and to be productive members of an ever changing global society. We will...
Embrace diversity to learn from each other.
Instill confidence to pursue dreams, aspiration and leadership.
Inspire citizenship to promote kindness, compassion and responsibility.
The staff at Meadows Elementary kicked off March is Reading Month by dressing as characters from their favorite books. Ms. Jones won the fifth grade contest by dressing as Albus Dumbledor from Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone. Dr. Ellis dressed as Mary Poppins to win on the sixth grade side. The contest was sponsored by the PTO and the Media Centers.
What makes volcanoes erupt? Why do some liquids mix together while others don't? Will adding food coloring to the water change a flower's color? These questions and more were answered at the Science Fair on Wednesday evening. Fifth and sixth graders explained their projects to interested students and parents at the well attended event. The Science Fair was organized by Kim Troost and Colleen Wandel.