Welcome to North Newton School Corporation

North Newton School Corporation will engage, educate, and empower students for an ever-changing world.

We can engage students by helping them find relevance in their learning experiences. We can educate students with rigor and high expectations; We can empower students to expand upon learning experiences and embrace their future by cultivating relationships with one another and the world we live in.


Nov 7 – Executive Session                                                                                                Nov 13 – School Board Meeting                                                                                      Nov 22-24 – Thanksgiving Break (No School)                                                                    Dec 11 – School Board Meeting                                                                                            Dec 20End of 2nd Grading Period/1st Sem                                                                  Dec 21 – 1st Day of Winter Break

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Facts and Testimonials:

1:1 technology is offered in all grades, providing an iPad to each student
90%+ Graduation Rate and Above State Average IREAD Pass Rate

For Students:

We promote equity, empathy, and excellence so our students can reach their fullest potential.

Latest News

Parent/Teacher Collaboration

  Parents and teachers share the same goals for children and students; they want each individual to do their best. This will happen when parents and teachers work together. This can happen in a number of ways.

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North Newton is Hiring!

Please visit our employment page here.  EMPLOYMENT APPLICATIONS:All applications for Support Staff and Professional Educators are now available through the online link attached to each job posting.  TO SUBMIT YOUR APPLICATION:All applications are to be submitted through the online services provided.QUESTIONS:Please contact Deb Miller at 219-285-2228 or via email at

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How to Build Fine Motor Skills at Home

While screens can provide many early learning opportunities, many teachers are noticing that students are coming in with decreased fine motor skills. This can make writing, coloring and cutting very difficult in the early grades because their hand muscles are not strong. Here are some ways to help your child

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