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What’s for breakfast and lunch? Our schools offer nutritious meals to encourage healthy eating.


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News and Events

North View Newsletter North View Newsletter News from the View! The 2019 North View Middle School May newsletter is now available. Please take time to review the important information for parents and students. Past newsletters: August 2018,... More detail
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Parent Involvement

Parents have always played an important role in the Title I Program and today the need for parental involvement and responsibility is greater than ever before. Congress believes that parental involvement is vital to a successful Title I Program. Parents help their children experience greater success in school by teaching their children in ways that support the teacher’s work, by learning more about their school, by supporting their children and the school, and by making decisions about their children’s education. Schools welcome ideas for involving parents in the education of their children.

You can request a full copy of your school’s Parent Involvement Plan at the front desk or view it on their website.

Specific activities are announced through the Wednesday envelope and on-line.

Your school also is a school-wide Title I program. Your school’s plan is available from the front office or through the principal. The School-wide Plan is also posted on-line on your schools website.

Parent’s Right to Know

Any student’s parents/guardians may request information regarding the professional qualifications of their student’s teachers. Specifically, the parent has the right-to-know:

  • whether a teacher has met state qualifications for license and certification,
  • whether the teacher is teaching under an emergency or provisional certificate, and
  • the baccalaureate and graduate degree majors of the teacher(s).

Additionally, parents may request information concerning whether the student will be provided assistance from a paraprofessional and, if so, the qualifications of the paraprofessional.

Timely notification also is required if a student receives instruction from an unqualified teacher for four or more consecutive weeks.

If you have questions or concerns, please feel free to contact your school’s principal.

Translation Services

Although the district tries to make all critical documents available in multiple languages you may still be in need of translation services. Translation services for meetings and documents are available upon request through the school office. Please make sure that you make the request before your meeting in order to maximize your ability to support your student.


Title I is a federally funded program that provides instruction for students who need some extra academic help. Its goals are to help students succeed in the regular classroom and improve achievement in reading and math skills.


Parent News

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Families Inspired To Reach For Excellence (F.I.R.E.)

About this Program

Families Inspired to Reach for EXCELENCE (F.I.R.E.) is a NEW District 279 K-12 program that offers classes that meet one night per week for 7 weeks. Parents and guardians learn how to navigate the school system to ensure student success. You will meet other parents who are committed and excited to gain new knowledge and confidence about K-12 and higher education systems.

Our Goals

Classes are offered in English, Spanish, and Hmong with the goal of fostering a partnership between families, students, school, and communityto further the education and success of all students. Parents will feel empowered to become actively involved in their child's education and school.
We believe that every parent or guardian who completes this programand puts the tools to work will:

  • Have more knowledge of how the school system functions
  • See their student(s) graduate on time
  • Have the knowledge and tools to help close the achievement gap; and
  • Have students who will develop the knowledge and tools to get into college

We also believe that more is accomplished when schools, families, and communities work together to promote student success.

The Curriculum

Families Inspired to Reach for EXCELLENCE (F.I.R.E.) curriculum has three components: Elementary, Junior High, and High School. The Junior High curriculum covers the 6 following units:

  • Adolescence: A time of Change and Growth
  • Positive Communication Enhances Self Esteem
  • How to Motivate Your Teenager to Read
  • Obstacles that Get in the Way of Success in School
  • How the School System Functions
  • The Road to College


In addition to knowing that you now have the confidence and knowledge to advocate and support your children's success in school, you will also receive the following upon completing the classes:

  • Ceremony at the end of the 7 weeks
  • A signed certificate of completion
  • Certificate for one Community Education class

When and where do we meet?

Meetings will be held at North View Jr. High in the Media Center on the second floor from 5:30-8:00 pm The dates that the class will meet on are:
Monday, January 9th
Monday, January 23rd
Monday, January 30th
Monday, February 6th
Monday, February 13th
Monday, February 27th

To sign up: Please call Mr. Powell at 612-205-1525 or email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Dinner and FREE child care will be provided! Reserve your spot today-class sizes are limited! Prizes and drawings held in each class



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School Info

North View Middle School: An International Baccalaureate World School
5869 69th Ave N
Brooklyn Park MN  55429

School Hours
8:10 am - 2:40 pm
Office Hours
7:00 am - 3:30 pm


Phone & Fax

School Office

General Fax 
Counseling Fax 


School Leadership

Diana Bledsoe

Assistant Principals
Alex Berg

Student Support Team
6th Grade: Adam Love and Shanna Schroeder
7th Grade: Mike Loberg and Kaylee Herlofsky
8th Grade: Jamie Oliver and Lara Woyno