Mr. Bob Curran is our winner from staff appreciation week representing our custodial staff. He worked part time for us from 2011-2017 and then hired on full time in 2017. Thank you for all you do to make our buildings clean and safe!
Mrs. Rippy is going to enjoy the beach with her prize. We thank her for 43 of teaching and service to North Putnam!
Congratulations to Mrs. Moore! She has been with the district since 2016; 4 years as an aide and 2 years as a teacher. She will be relaxing with her spa basket once school is out.
Mr. Cialkowski is our Day 2 winner. We thank him for his 25 years of service at the high school. Looks like he will be watching a lot of movies soon!
Congratulations to Mrs. Jennifer Porter!! She is our first gift basket winner of the week. We thank her for her 27 years of teaching service to our students. Enjoy the gardening and bird feeders, Mrs. Porter.
I don't know what we would do without these two ladies! They not only keep our offices running smoothly, they are willing to jump in and help out with anything. We are so glad you are a part of our school!
Our 4th grade superheros conquering state testing!
The February Board meeting has been rescheduled to Monday, Feb. 28 at 7pm at North Putnam High School.
The regularly scheduled Board meeting for February 17, 2022 has been rescheduled for February 24, 2022 at 7:00 p.m. at North Putnam High School.
This morning at approximately 7:40 it was reported over the radio by a school bus driver that there was a gun on the bus. Safety protocols were followed, no students or adults were in danger at any time, and all students were delivered to school safely. The student was a lower elementary student who told another student he had a gun in his backpack. That student followed training and reported immediately to the bus driver who controlled the situation. As it turns out, the gun was a broken airsoft gun. Kudos to the students on the bus who did as they were taught and especially to the bus driver who handled the situation calmly and safely.
Bainbridge Kindergarten Christmas program. Lots of smiles tonight!
Dr. Allee shared a book with Mrs. Gibbs' PreK class after a holiday craft.
Congratulations to our Darrell Wiatt Family Philanthropy Essay winners. The contest is sponsored by the Putnam County Community Foundation. Brayden Chew selected the NP Dollars for Scholars and Atticus South chose CASA.
All North Putnam Schools will be on time as usual this morning. There was a widespread power outage this morning for most if not all of our community. Power is back on in all of our schools and most areas. We will be on time this morning with the buses running their regular schedule.
We are providing meal service on Wednesday, September 1 at multiple drop off sites. For more information and a sign up form, please check your email. Thank you for your patience and have a safe week.
Welcome to Mandy Kessler, new deputy treasurer at NPCS!
School board and administrative team together on a Saturday to work on WHAT we do and WHY and HOW we do it.
New staff starting the year with a bus tour of the district. So excited for all the new faces!!
National Night Out is Monday August 2 from 5:00-8:00 p.m. at the Putnam County Fairgrounds. If you need a ride we will be taking a bus from North Putnam High School leaving at 4:30 p.m. Please call 765-522-6218 x603 to reserve a seat.
Even our pets are getting excited for school to start! Be sure to follow Dr. Terry Tippin @terrytippin and #npcougarnation on Twitter for school and transportation updates.