Apr
24
6:30pm 6:30pm

2018-2019 Program discussion and future options

Please come to The North Fork School
on Tuesday evening, April 24, 2018

from 6:30 to 8:30 PM
 

The North Fork School will present its offerings for the 2018-2019 school year from 6:30-7:30 pm. Discuss the benefits and drawbacks of going to NFS; meet teachers, discuss costs of the program, and gather information as you begin to think about options for the next (and future) school year(s).

Students and parents who have completed various years of NFS programs will be available to share their experiences of school, homework, logistics, and results with prospective parents and students.

If your students are still too young for NFS, but you are interested in having the option of our academic programs available when they are old enough to attend, it is important that we hear from you — please come and discuss what we do, see the site, and tell us what you may need in future years.

Please pass this link on to anyone you may know who is interested in discussing North Fork academics. See you in April!

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May
31
7:00am 7:00am

Last day of NFS classes

Students who have completed all required assignments will be free for the summer after today. Those who are not finished (pieces are not yet in Final Folders; math assignments are not completely finished) will meet us at 6:00 AM on Saturday and stay until all work is completed to our satisfaction.

If you have left work undone until the end of May, this is a problem with your own personal time organization. As teachers are meeting with you after the last day of classes to help you complete work on their own extra time, you will owe them two hours of work for every hour that they spend helping you finish. If you are a Skype student, you will owe your parents the same amount of time working around the house.

Students from previous years who have had to stay to do schoolwork (and house work) have determined that this is something they never want to do again; in every case, their work has been completed in subsequent years by the end of May.

No excuses! HAPPY SUMMER! You've earned it!

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Jun
1
3:00pm 3:00pm

Last Day

Students who have completed all required assignments will be free for the summer after today. Those who are not finished (pieces are not yet in Final Folders; math assignments are not completely finished) will meet us at 6:00 AM on Saturday and stay until all work is completed to our satisfaction.

If you have left work undone until the end of May, this is a problem with your own personal time organization. As teachers are meeting with you after the last day of classes to help you complete work on their own extra time, you will owe them two hours of work for every hour that they spend helping you finish. If you are a Skype student, you will owe your parents the same amount of time working around the house.

Students from previous years who have had to stay to do schoolwork (and house work) have determined that this is something they never want to do again; in every case, their work has been completed in subsequent years by the end of May.

No excuses! HAPPY SUMMER! You've earned it!

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Apr
25
6:30pm 6:30pm

2017-2018 Program discussion and Future Parent Meeting

Please come to The North Fork School
on Tuesday evening, April 25, 2017

from 6:30 to 8:30 PM
 

The North Fork School will present its offerings for the 2017-2018 school year from 6:30-7:30 pm. Discuss the benefits and drawbacks of going to NFS; meet teachers, discuss costs of the program, and gather information as you begin to think about options for the next (and future) school year(s).

Students and parents who have completed various years of NFS programs will be available to share their experiences of school, homework, logistics, and results with prospective parents and students.

If your students are still too young for NFS, but you are interested in having the option of our academic programs available when they are old enough to attend, it is important that we hear from you — please come and discuss what we do, see the site, and tell us what you may need in future years.

Please pass this link on to anyone you may know who is interested in discussing North Fork academics. See you in April!

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Jul
11
to Jul 15

North Fork School Summer Sampler

Discover why North Fork students love learning! Six workshops introduce students to the NFS site, process, and teachers, as we explore hands-on projects in two different subjects each day. Sign up through the McCall Arts & Humanities Council Creative Campus

Monday 7/11, Wednesday 7/13, and Friday 7/15

Two groups: ages 7-9 & ages 10-12 (Please bring a snack and drink)

$150 per student (min 5 per group/ max 15 per group)

 

Monday: Math (Paige Walker) & Drama (Emily Parker)

Wednesday: History (Bahnu Naimi) & French (Sally Elliott)

Friday: Writing (Marie Furnary) & Art (Courtney Snyder)

 

Schedule:

12:00-1:30 >> class #1 (7-9); class #2 (10-12)

1:30-2:00 break & snack (all students together)

2:00-3:30 >> class #1 (10-12); class #2 (7-9)

 

Location: The North Fork School site at 812 Reedy Lane, McCall  (Road to the McCall Golf Course Clubhouse)

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Apr
29
to Apr 30

OPEN CLASSROOMS

The North Fork School invites you to come observe classes!

New students, parents, teachers, grandparents, and community members are welcome to come see what we do at NFS for two days in April.

Class descriptions, tuition and fee information, and registration forms for 2015-2016 will be available to pick up and peruse during Open Classrooms. Come talk with teachers and students about our programs; registration for 2015-2016 begins now.

 

Schedule for Wednesday, 4/29/15 >>>

Math Room:
7:00-8:20 AM Algebra I (grades 7 & 8)
8:20-9:20 AM Pre Calculus (grade 11)
9:40-11:00 AM Algebra II (grades 9-11)
11:20AM-12:50 PM 8th grade Math

Main Building:
8:00-9:20 AM AP Literature (grade 12)
8:30-10:30 AM 2nd Year History: American (grades 7 & 8)
11:45 AM-1:05 PM AP Lang/American Lit. (grades 10-12)



Schedule for Thursday, 4/30/15 >>>

Math Room:
7:00-8:30 AM Algebra I (grades 7-10)
9:40-11:00 AM AP Statistics (grades 11-12)

Main Building:
8:30-10:30 AM 2nd Year English: American Lit. (grades 7 & 8)
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Feb
26
to Feb 27

AdvancED/NWAC External Review

The Northwest Accreditation Commission Team will visit The North Fork School for its six-year review of our programs and facilities. Stakeholders, staff, and students will all be interviewed and are invited to come discuss our programs and their experiences with the visiting team.

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