1/21 - Special Board Meeting
1/27 - Minimum Day
1/28 - Pie Auction Meeting, 3PM
2/3 - 6th Grade Egyptian Wax Museum, 8:45AM
2/11 - Pie Auction Meeting, 3PM
2/12 - Partners and Pegs Cribbage Party, 9AM
2/13 - Lincoln's Birthday, No School
2/16 - President's Day, No School
2/20 - Applications for Chico Science Fair due
3/8 - Pie Auction
Academic Calendar - 2014-15
Board Meeting Agenda - January 14, 2015
Breakfast/Lunch Menu - Dec 2014/Jan 2015
Newsletter - January 20, 2015
New Way to Donate - AmazonSmile
Nord Country School now participates in AmazonSmile. When you register as a supporter of the school, 0.5% of any purchases you make on Amazon.com will go directly to the school. Visit our Donations Page to learn about the various ways to support Nord Country School.
Thank you 2014 Annie B's Donors
We are so grateful for all the supporters of Nord Country School. The following folks donated during the Annie B's Community Campaign in support of our educational program. Thank you for your generosity and kindness.
Support Nord Country School
Two ways to make automatic donations! Checking account automatic debits and PayPal or credit card automatic donations. See below.
Checking Account Debits - To sign up for recurring monthly donations using your checking account (best for the school as it eliminates any credit card fees), click here to go to our Donations page.
Welcome to Nord Country School
Nord Country School, a 501c3 non-profit corporation, is a free public charter school serving kindergarten through 6th grade students (adding 7th grade in 15/16 and 8th grade in 16/17) in Chico and the surrounding communities. We provide high quality, standards-based learning experiences in a small, rural school environment. We believe that learning is a life long adventure. We believe in the freedom to wonder, question, explore, imagine and create. We offer art, music, Spanish, before and after school care and outdoor learning opportunities in our school garden. Nord Country School - a short drive to a great education!
Families make a huge impact on a student's education. A strong partnership between home and school can help students make greater strides both academically and socially. Being aware of what your child is studying in school, daily reading with your child, practicing math facts, working in the classroom, being involved in school events and keeping open lines of communication with your child’s teacher are all ways to let your student(s) know their education matters!
Out with the old; in with the new!
Click here for a new playground slideshow.