Principal's Message

Welcome to North Lake School!

The North Lake School District is excited to be healthy and growing, just as we want all students to be. It is an exciting time for our school! We are in the midst of major facility upgrades (including a new gym and classrooms) and in addition we have made significant investments in educational technology and programs and are pleased to provide a Chromebook to every student in every grade.  We continue to strive to provide the best education possible to all children in all classes.  We are a small district where students are still known by name and our staff genuinely cares about each child as an individual.

Beyond being stunningly beautiful, our local area lends itself to a focus on natural sciences and agriculture.  We continue to offer and expand opportunities for our students to express their academic and personal individuality.  In addition to our award winning Agriculture and CTE programs, we provide academic enrichment through collaborative opportunities with our local community college.

Most of all, it is the people in our North Lake Communities that make the school experience so good.  Our teachers are top notch, but so are the support staff and all the folks who make up our community.  The communities of North Lake are communities that care, with a school system that thrives.

It’s a great day to be a Cowboy or Cowgirl!

Jeremy P Williams

Secondary Principal

North Lake School

Recent News

April 2021 Master Calendar
Return to Daily Instruction for 7th - 12th grade students
04/06/2021
The School Board decision to return to daily instruction
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Gym Flooring
Construction Update
01/20/2021
We are getting closer to the finish line. The gym floor was laid last week.
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CTE Barn
Vocational Career Center Coming TO North Lake School
05/28/2019
North Lake’s Agriculture and Technology program will be seeing some big changes next fall when students report to school, thanks to Measure 98 funds which were approved by the Oregon voters in 2016 and set aside for Career Technical Education and High School Dropout Prevention.
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