Approximately 1500 students are housed in our three school buildings. Negaunee High School moved into the renovated former Mather B Mine facilities in 1986. Negaunee Middle School was constructed in 1936 and renovated from 1990-95. Lakeview Elementary School was built in 4 stages: 1951, 1961, 1982 and 2007. Renovations to the Middle School (gymnasium) and High School (auditorium) began during the 2008-09 school year and were completed in December 2010.
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All Swim Meets are postponed through January 31st. ... See MoreSee Less
Scott Tuttila was an incredible supporter of both Ishpeming & Negaunee athletics. He was honored at our home basketball game last Friday vs Ishpeming. He will truly be missed. ... See MoreSee Less
January is School Board Recognition Month. In another year full of challenges for public education, our school board members persevered through the adversity of 2021 to provide the best possible education for our students. Celebrating School Board Recognition Month is one of the very small ways to express appreciation for all they do.School board members represent the views and priorities of their community in the complex system of maintaining and running a district’s public schools. They also reinforce the principle of local control over public education, which is an important, highly valued aspect of education in Michigan. Too often, the efforts of school board members go unrecognized.Even though we are making a special effort during January to show appreciation for our school board members, we recognize their contributions reflect a year-round effort on their part. No matter what challenges lie ahead for our district in 2022, our school board members will continue to govern to improve student achievement and provide exceptional education for all our community’s children.The men and women serving Negaunee Public Schools are Fae Collins, Dave Paananen, Virginia Paulson, Martin Saari, Todd Saunders, Pat Thomson and Greg Toutant. We would also like to pay respect to former member Paul Maino who passed away last month. Paul served on our school board for the past three years and his contributions are greatly appreciated. His history of our town and great sense of humor will be missed. ... See MoreSee Less