About Us

North View Middle International Baccalaureate World School offers a school-wide International Baccalaureate Middle Years Program (IBMYP). IBMYP infuses a core curriculum with a world focus that helps young people understand their role as responsible world citizens. Emphasis is on changing technology, world languages, and cultures. Students are encouraged to inquire, think, communicate, take risks, achieve, be principled, caring, open-minded, well balanced and reflective.

School fact sheet

North View Middle is a member of the Northwest Suburban Integration School District (NWSISD) magnet school program. 

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 Counseling Office

The mission of the NVJH counseling department is to support the academic, personal/social, and career development of all students.

Our vision is for all North View students to develop into competent, healthy young adults who are prepared for their futures and poised to reach their goals. We work collaboratively with students, faculty, parents, and the community to create a school community in which this is possible.

If you have concerns regarding your student that you would like to discuss, please contact the appropriate counselor below. If you have concerns regarding a current class or teacher, we request that you first contact that staff person directly.


 

Counseling Staff

Name
Title
Phone
email
Ms. Schroeder Grade 7 763-585-7214 sThis email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Ms.Wicks Grade 8 763-585-7213 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Ms. Leisen Grade 9 763-585-7217 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Ms. Tiry Secretary 763-585-7215 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


Fax # 763-585-7295 or 763-585-7210

Contacting a school counselor is often
a first step in seeking assistance.

 

Enrolling your child in school

Please click here for instructions on how to enroll your child in Osseo Area Schools.

Following your registration at the Enrollment Center, our counseling secretary will call you to schedule an appointment with you and your child. At that meeting, your child’s counselor will orient you and your child to North View Junior High, provide a tour of the building, help set up your lunch account, and create a schedule of classes for this school year.

 

 

 

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Services

 

Academic Development

  • Individual and small group counseling
    • Organization, goal-setting, academic success, time-management, problem-solving
  • Collaborative intervention planning
  • Connecting students with academic resources
    • Tutoring
    • After-school homework help
    • Targeted Services
    • Lunch help
    • Learning Lab
  • Grade monitoring
  • Honor roll / attendance celebrations
  • Transcript evaluations
  • 9th grade credit checks
  • Jr./sr. high course planning and registration
  • Truancy interventions
  • 504 plan managers

 

Personal/Social Development

  • Individual and small group counseling
  1. Small group topics include: grief, anger, friendship, and others
  • Collaborative intervention planning
  • Mediations/conflict resolution
  • WEB (Where Everybody Belongs) program
  1. Transition program for 7th graders
  2. Leadership program for 8th/9th graders
  • Student Ambassadors program
  • Classroom guidance lessons
  • Crisis intervention
  • Mental health support
  • Suicide awareness speakers (SAVE)
  • Connecting families with community resources

 

Career/Future Goals Development

  • Individual and small group counseling
  • Post-secondary education awareness programs
    • College field trips
    • College Week
  • Connecting students with career/college programming
    • Upward Bound (NHCC)
    • Cornerstones (NHCC)
    • YCAP (Dunwoody)
  • 8th grade EXPLORE test – Career Inventory

 

Other Services

  • New student registration and orientation
  • Maintenance of student records
  • Transcript requests
  • School verifications
  • OALC applications
  • State and local testing (NWEA/MAP, MTELL, MCA-II, GRAD)

 

 

Resources

Crisis & Emergency:
Crisis Connection 612-379-6363 http://www.crisis.org/
Suicide & Crisis Hotlines 612-347-2222 http://suicidehotlines.com/minnesota.html
The Bridge for the Runaway Youth 763-377-8800 http://www.bridgeforyouth.org/
Point Northwest Crisis & Runaway 763-493-3052
Youth Programs:
Homework Help 612-529-9622
Big Brother/Big Sister 651-789-2400 http://www.bigstwincities.org/
Brooklyn Park TreeHouse 763-560-2334 http://www.familyhopeservices.org/index.html
Northwest YMCA 763-535-4800 http://www.ymcatwincities.org/
Brooklyn Park Recreation & Parks 763-493-8333 http://www.brooklynpark.org
Family Counseling & Support Agencies:
Family & Children’s Services 763-560-4412 http://www.famchildserv.org/
African American Family Services 612-871-7878 http://www.aafs.net
Youth Connections 612-490-0726 E-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
MN African Women’s Association 612-302-3400 http://www.mawanet.org
GLBT Youth Resource Line 1-877-GLBT-KIDS
Center for Grief 612-823-2063 http://www.griefloss.org/
Walk-In Counseling Center (free) 612-870-0565 http://www.walkin.org/
Community Emergency Assistance 763-566-9600
Shoulder to Shoulder – Raising Teens Together http://www.shouldertoshoulderminnesota.org
Please click here for other internet resources.


 

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Resources

Crisis & Emergency:
Crisis Connection 612-379-6363 http://www.crisis.org/
Suicide & Crisis Hotlines 612-347-2222 http://suicidehotlines.com/minnesota.html
The Bridge for the Runaway Youth 763-377-8800 http://www.bridgeforyouth.org/
Point Northwest Crisis & Runaway 763-493-3052
Youth Programs:
Homework Help 612-529-9622
Big Brother/Big Sister 651-789-2400 http://www.bigstwincities.org/
Brooklyn Park TreeHouse 763-560-2334 http://www.familyhopeservices.org/index.html
Northwest YMCA 763-535-4800 http://www.ymcatwincities.org/
Brooklyn Park Recreation & Parks 763-493-8333 http://www.brooklynpark.org
Family Counseling & Support Agencies:
Family & Children’s Services 763-560-4412 http://www.famchildserv.org/
African American Family Services 612-871-7878 http://www.aafs.net
Youth Connections 612-490-0726 E-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
MN African Women’s Association 612-302-3400 http://www.mawanet.org
GLBT Youth Resource Line 1-877-GLBT-KIDS
Center for Grief 612-823-2063 http://www.griefloss.org/
Walk-In Counseling Center (free) 612-870-0565 http://www.walkin.org/
Community Emergency Assistance 763-566-9600
Shoulder to Shoulder – Raising Teens Together http://www.shouldertoshoulderminnesota.org
Please click here for other internet resources.


 

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Graduation Requirements

 

Please click on the link below

 

http://www.district279.org/parents/GraduationStandards/

 

 

 

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School Info

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

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

 

Phone & Fax

School Office
763-585-7200
Attendance
763-585-7250

General Fax 
763-585-7210
Counseling Fax 
763-585-7295

 

School Leadership

Principal
Diana Bledsoe

Assistant Principals
Alex Berg
Scott Huffman

Student Management Specialists
Mike Loberg
Jamie Oliver