“Every Child, Every Chance, Every Day.”  Northview Elementary is a school that 

fosters opportunities for each child to reach his or her highest potential. Our students
benefit from the expertise of our experienced and committed staff. 

Student Enrichment
Gifted Talented Program (GT) is an umbrella term for instruction that is in addition to district curriculum requirements. Students are invited to participate in many activities and programs. Teachers receive training in differentiation and meet monthly to discuss meeting the needs of students.

  • IXL - An online math instruction available to all grades.

  • Accelerated Reader - Students in grades 1-3 will have the option of reading independently and working towards reading goals by participating in the Accelerated Reader program. Students will make goals, read books and take a quiz on the computer when the book is completed.


    • Inventors Fair- Students in fourth and fifth grades can choose to participate in NV Inventors Fair held in February. 

    • Young Scholars (YS)- A rigorous and fun academic program designed for students with high potential who are not likely to be identified for gifted programs using traditional methods of identification. These students are innovative, creative, and critical thinkers who, with support, will more likely pursue advanced coursework in middle and high school.

    • Destination Imagination - Volunteer led creative problem solving teams for grades 3-5. Teams meet from early October through May.


  • Student Council - Students in grades
    3 through 5 have an opportunity to participate in monthly Student Council meetings. Classrooms in grades 3-5 select attend monthly meetings. Student Council is responsible for planning spirit days and community service projects.

  • First Lego League- Robotics First Lego League introduces students to real-world engineering challenges by building Lego-based robots to complete tasks on a thematic playing surface.

  • Education City - an online science, reading, and math application for K-5 students.