Every minute counts. Students late to school each day by as little as 10 minutes adds up to 33 hours of missed class time. Attend school ALL DAY, EVERY DAY.
Campers have the opportunity to work with Niles High School Varsity Coaching Staff (More)
Niles Community Schools registration dates for its preschool and kindergarten programs for the 2017-18 school year have been set. The following dates are applicable to anyone interested in registering their child to attend early education programs at schools throughout the district. (More)
The April 2017 District Newsletter is now available. (More)
Pictures taken by Dr. Applegate as he attends events and visits schools throughout the district.
The Niles-Buchanan YMCA is offering safe, top quality, enriching after school programs for your child! (More)
* Updated 3-21-17! See the construction as it unfolds. (More)
The state is requiring five additional student instructional days next year. As we did not receive an increase in funding to offset the cost of these days, we had to add a few more 1/2 days to the district calendar. We know that we have many working parents who this affects. (More)
We wish to extend our sincere gratitude to all the community members who came out to vote on the bond proposals. (More)
When it comes to severe weather and the potential for a school closure, I know that the sooner the decision is made the better for staff, students, and parents. Typically, we make a decision to close for inclement weather collectively with Brandywine and Buchanan. Our goal is to make this decision before 6:00am. (More)
After months of gathering information from community stakeholders through surveys, workshops, forums and other means, leaders of the Niles Community Schools district have developed a new strategic plan that will help guide the district in reaching future goals. On February 1, 2016, the Niles school board ratified the plan by approving the district’s new mission statement, vision statement, beliefs and goal statements — all of which are components of the strategic plan. “To use a Viking analogy, we wanted everybody to have their oars in the water at the same time and all pulling together,” said Greg O’Toole, school board president. “I think this was critical to getting to that point.”