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parentaccessClick here to access the new ParentAccess

Click here for registration instructions

Click here for the Quick Start Guide to ParentAccess

Click here for the ParentAccess User Guide


- High School Yearbooks - Purchase online by clicking here.

Guidance - Click here for information about testing, parenting resources and personnel contacts.

Forms - Click here for various authorization forms.

Boosters & PTO- Click here for information regarding these organizations at Northmor.

Technology - Click here for information regarding technology at Northmor

Closing & Delay- Click here for InstantAlert directions and radio/TV listings

Fees & Supplies - Click here for fees and supplies lists

DASLLogoScheduling Login - Click here for Grades 7-12 class scheduling

Click here for the SchoolNotes Login

Wellness Policy
In the summer of 2006 the Northmor Local School District developed a Wellness Plan that, among other things, requires school personnel to help our students, staff and community with information regarding nutrition, physical fitness and overall health. In an attempt to partially fulfill that obligation we hope that you find the links below to be beneficial.
Sources of Information:
  • – This site provides easily accessible government information on nutrition, healthy eating, and food safety.
  • – This site provides information on prevention of illnesses through healthy choices.
  • – Run by the President’s Council on Physical Fitness and Sports, this site updates you on the Council’s fitness promotion activities and serves as a comprehensive resource for organizations and individuals wishing to take part in the Council’s awards programs.
  • – Based on two years of market research and development with teachers, students, scientists, and communications professionals, this Body and Mind (BAM) site is an interactive tool for adolescents, providing up to date information and encouragement to increase their level of physical activity and establish fitness habits that will stay with them for life.
  • – A partnership among Federal land management agencies to provide an easy to use web site with information about all federal recreation areas.  The site allows you to search for recreation areas by state, by recreational activity, by agency, or by map.
  • – A free guide to reliable consumer health information, developed by the Department of Health and Human Services and other federal agencies.  This site links to carefully selected information and web sites from over 1,700 health related government agencies and not for profit organizations; it includes many online checkups and offers daily health news.
  •– USDA’s Mypyramid is a new symbol and interactive food guidance system based upon the 2005 Dietary Guidelines for Americans, “Steps to a Healthier You,” MyPyramid’s central message was developed to convey dietary guidelines and to make Americans aware of the vital health benefits of simple and modest improvements in nutrition, physical activity and lifestyle behavior.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 04 March 2014 16:39