Our senior class spent the morning working and serving together at Byhalia United Methodist Church and Hearts and Hands Food Pantry. The students sorted, put together, and packed 1,000+ kits for prison inmates in Holly Springs, and delivered and stocked … read more
Congratulations to Reid Russell, a NCS 6th grade student and St. Jude patient, who had artwork submitted and chosen to be published in the 2018 St. Jude “ABCs of Cancer” book. The art on the pages of this book are … read more
We thank our PTSF volunteers for organizing and serving our teachers and staff a Mexican fiesta lunch. We thank today’s sponsors, 7-12th grade parents, who prepared or made donations to cover catering costs. It was delicious!
Northpoint is grateful to Bryan Burrell and Jason Banks of Farm Bureau Insurance for the creation of the Farm Bureau Student and Athlete of the Month Honoree Program. Each month, two seniors (one as student of the month, and one … read more
Thanks to everyone who donated coats, hats, gloves, blankets and socks to our 7th grade collection for the Warrior Center. Students assembled shower and hygiene kits and wrote messages and prayers of encouragement to the homeless in Memphis who will … read more
Congratulations to the Northpoint Middle School Swim Team for their great results at a meet at St. George’s the weekend of November 11. The Team finished 4th in the Small Division Schools! •Riley Stewart placed 4th in the 100 Individual … read more
Pilgrims, Indians, and turkeys cover our elementary and preschool halls as students feast and make Thanksgiving crafts today. May we remember that first Thanksgiving in Massachusetts 1621, when the 53 surviving colonists who traveled over on the Mayflower, feasted with … read more
Fifth graders in Mrs. Morris’ science classes spent Friday afternoon exploring how forces can change the motion of an object. Hands on learning with friends and a soccer ball is so much fun!
Save the date and make plans now! This next play is going to wow….. It is December 19-something and Broadway star William Gillette, admired the world over for his leading role in the play Sherlock Holmes, has invited his fellow … read more
Mrs. Davis’ pre-first students and Mrs. Irmscher’s fifth grade ACT class took a field trip together this week. They went to the Strawberry Plains Audubon Center in Holly Springs. Students have been studying trees and why leaves change colors. Students … read more