Vocational Education Programs at NHS
At the regular meeting of the Board of Education held on Monday, January 21, 2013, the Board took action to increase the security measures for all the school buildings. While we believe we live in a community where neighbors know neighbors and incidents like what has happened in other parts of the country could never happen in Negaunee, we need to be realistic when the safety of our students and staff could be a concern. Therefore, electronic door locks and other security cameras are being installed at Lakeview Elementary School, Negaunee Middle School, and Negaunee High School to limit access into the schools and to monitor the activity within the buildings. All outside doors will be locked during the school day and entrance into the buildings will only be accessible from the main entrances at each building with the Birch Street entrance at Lakeview an additional electronically controlled option.
With the new electronic door locks, visitors are being asked to use a buzzer system to ask for access to the schools. School personnel will ask for identification and the purpose for the visit before granting access to the building. Once inside the building, visitors are asked to proceed directly to the Principal’s Office for an identification badge/visitor pass, which needs to be worn while in the building. If you are a visitor in a school building without a badge/pass, you will be asked by school personnel to return to the office to procure a pass.
These increased security messages are being taken to insure the safety of our students and staff. While we recognize that there will be a delay in entering any of the buildings under these new procedures, we are asking for your understanding and patience as we work together to provide a safe environment for teaching and learning.
On-Line Purchasing Available
The Negaunee Public Schools has an on-line purchasing system available for parents to purchase their child’s tickets/make deposits for breakfast and hot lunch program. The system is easy to use and you can make one deposit and split it among all of your children in the school system.
To set up an account, go to the district web page: www.negaunee.k12.mi.us/
Go down the left hand side of the page to Powerschool – Meal Magic and click on this heading. Once on this page, go to the bottom of the page and click on the web address for the Send Money to School web page. Follow the directions found on this page to set up an account. You will need the student ID number for each child you would like to make deposits. If you do not know your child’s student ID number, you can call your child’s school and they can provide it to you.
Any funds left in a student’s account at the end of the school year will be left on deposit for the next school year or you can send a written request for a refund to Mary Kay Johnson, 101 S. Pioneer Ave. Negaunee, MI 49866.