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Chromebook Info Sessions (6th-8th grades)

For the 2018-2019 school year, Hamilton County is providing all 6th – 8th grade students with their own assigned Chromebook through the 1:1 Technology Initiative. In order to be assigned a device, a parent or guardian must attend an informational session at the school (lasting approximately 30 minutes) and sign a technology contract. We will begin distributing the devices this week, and we have scheduled additional parent information sessions on: Thursday, September 20 at 5:30 PM in the Upper School Auditorium Friday, September 21 at 8:15 AM in the Upper School Auditorium We strongly encourage you or a family representative to attend one of these meetings, if you did not attend one of the previous parent information sessions. If you are unable to attend either session, or you have additional questions or concerns, please email Assistant Principal Jennie Starr, to arrange an alternative time to attend. We are very excited about the opportunities that this added technology will offer our students at Normal Park!
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Homework Helpers Program

Do you have a 4th, 5th, or 6th grader who could use some extra help with homework? Sign up for Homework Helpers on Thursdays in the library from 3:00 - 4:00. Students will receive peer tutoring from our 7th and 8th grade National Junior Honor Society students in math, language arts, science, and social studies. Please fill out the attached Homework Helpers form, and return it to your child's homeroom teacher. Students who sign up can come every week or just when help is needed. Tutoring starts this Thursday!
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Kids First Coupon Book

From September 7 to 21, all Hamilton County elementary schools will unite in the Kids First coupon book campaign. This year, our goal is to sell 2500 coupon books and raise $17,500 for our school. We plan to use the proceeds for technology and for many hands-on materials for your child’s classroom. The cost of the book is still only $10 and it offers thousands of dollars in savings! Seventy percent of the funds raised will stay here at our school; the remainder will be used to pay expenses of the campaign and to support other educational programs coordinated by the Hamilton County Schools Fund for Excellence. This campaign is very important to our school. With your help, we can accomplish our goals and make it the most successful year ever!
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New Learning Expedition shirts for ALL GRADES!!

If you missed ordering your shirt before school started, not to worry! Another ordering period has opened up from now through Sept 10th. We will have other chances to order throughout the school year. Click on the headline above to order.
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Raptor ID system

The new Raptor System, the visitor check-in and check-out system, is now in place at both campuses. All visitors must bring a photo ID (driver’s license) to the office when checking in. Once your ID has been scanned into the system you will not have to go through this process again, but will need to simply check-in and check-out in the office. You will receive a sticker to wear while you are in the building. We appreciate your patience with our new system, but feel you understand that safety is a priority for all of our NPMM students and staff.
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New online Spirit Store

The Lightning Athletic Club is excited to announce our online Spirit Store! We will be holding multiple sales throughout the school year. Our first online store will open on August 13th for orders and close August 27th at midnight. All payments will be accepted online and then be delivered on Sept. 10th to the school. To place an order click on the headline above and use code NPFALL18. If you have any questions you can call Dawn Mazurek at 423-774-1888 or email If you would like to see certain items for future sales please let her know. Thanks for your support!!
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Welcome to Our New Website!

Thank you for visiting our new website! Please check back often as updates are made, and click on article headlines to view full stories where applicable. Exciting new feature: subscribe to our calendar to import events to your personal Google or iCal calendar.
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About Us

To cultivate wisdom and citizenship in all our students - preparing them for the future and challenging them to discover themselves and the world.
To instill lifelong intellectual curiosity, sound judgment and deep understanding by building a solid educational foundation based on meaningful exploration and discovery. We shall accomplish this through collaborative partnerships with parents, museums, and the community in a unique, creative and dynamic environment.
At Normal Park, every student is valued and recognized as having great potential. We value every student's diverse background and personality - socioeconomic, cultural, learning style and interest level. Individual nurturing and differentiated instruction helps us guide students in developing responsibility for themselves and others.
When working as a whole, we build off one another, become stronger, and make magic. This belief extends from students to teachers to parents to our community.
Our creativity fosters dynamic learning environments, innovation, authentic learning, motivation, and enjoyment. It leads us to experiment and stay curious, to demonstrate and exhibit, and to do the most with what we have.
It's the foundation of our curriculum. By creating environments that promote meaningful exploration and discovery, we facilitate engaging instruction which fosters a joy of learning and deep understanding of subjects.
Genuine enthusiasm for academic study, understanding and achievement is cherished at Normal Park. We strive to instill this passion in our students by paving a concrete academic foundation, setting high educational goals and celebrating their intellectual journey.
Through diligent effort, Normal Park has achieved great success. Still, we believe the best is yet to come. This outlook drives our confidence in our students and staff. It energizes us to lead, be progressive, work hard, and enjoy our efforts. Our hopeful nature is infectious and inspirational and makes our entire community stronger.