Upcoming Events


  • Mosquito Spraying

    On the evening of Wednesday, September 18, 2019, Central Massachusetts Mosquito Control will be spraying all outdoor school areas, including but not limited to playgrounds and athletic fields.  The scheduled timing of the spraying will be after 7:00pm at all schools except for the High School, which will be after 8:00pm.  More information regarding the spraying can be found by clicking on this file: www.wpsk12.com/NorthMosquito.  A hard copy is also available for viewing at the main office of the school.

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    August 2019

    Dear North Families,

    It is wonderful to welcome you to the 2019-2020 school year at the North Intermediate School.  We are inspired by our 4th and 5th grade leaders who strive to be their best selves each and every day!  You will meet many caring adults at our school—from classroom teachers to specialists and school nurses, from custodians to educational assistants, from kitchen staff to administrative assistants who will be helpful and supportive in all that you do!

    We take our responsibility very seriously, as we educate students and to keep them safe.  We want students to feel empowered in their own education and to believe that taking risks and making mistakes is all part of learning and growing. We believe all students, caretakers and staff members should model our North Core Values when interacting with one another.  It is important for us to all live and learn with consistent expectations within our school community.

    The North Core Values are:

    • Respect Everyone, Including Yourself
    • Act Responsibly
    • Practice Kindness
    • Be Your Best Self

    This will be a great year of learning for all of us!  In Language Arts, we will improve our reading and writing through Reader’s and Writer’s Workshop. We will strengthen our problem-solving skills and our mathematical practices utilizing enVisionmath 2.0. We will also investigate our new Pearson Elevate Science program and experience three-dimensional learning.  In Social Studies, 4th graders will learn about the Regions of Our Country and 5th graders will study Our Nation’s Past.

    All 4th and 5th graders will have the following specialist classes:  Art, Library, Health, Music and Physical Education.  Additionally, 5th grade has one session of chorus each week.  Our curriculum for our intermediate students allows students to be exposed to a variety of content areas and units of study that can motivate students to find their passion. 

    We look forward to working with students as they develop their interests, their skills and their character! We will reinforce the mantra of The Golden Rule and remind everyone to “Do unto others as you would have them do unto you.”


    Christine McMenimen



    Click here to download the PDF version of this letter.


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  • supplies

    School Supply lists for each grade have been posted.  There is a quick link listed under the Site Shortcuts to the left, or you can click here to view the page.


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  • SoM


    MAY 2019     

    Grade 4:

    Antonio Braga-Room 102 nominated by Ms. Tener

    Verona Mangano-Room 103 nominated by Ms. Drury

    Jay Karani-Room 104 nominated by Ms. Fay

    Ava Potvin-Room 208 nominated by Mrs. Hoxholli

    Nicole Gardner-Room 209 nominated by Mrs. Butterfield

    Fernando Gunera Flores-Room 211 nominated by Mrs. Reynolds

    Grade 5:

    Maria McCarthy-Room 200 nominated by Mrs. Burke and Mrs. Perkins

    Gigi Grieco-Room 200 nominated by Mrs. Burke

    Noah Titterington-Room 201 nominated by Mrs. Burke

    Lily McLaughlin-Room 201 nominated by Mrs. Wood

    Kara Clayton-Room 201 nominated by Mrs. Wood

    Erin McCarthy-Room 202 nominated by Mrs. DePanfilis

    Casey Kelley-Room 203 nominated by Mrs. DiVacri

    Matthew Driscoll-Room 204 nominated by Mrs. Pasternak

    Tanajah Encarnacion Cespedes-Room 205 nominated by Mrs. Lund

    Isabella Rogers-Room 206 nominated by Mrs. Iascone


    Taylor Hirst-Room 208 nominated by Ms. DiLullo

    Isabella Goldstein- Room 208 nominated by Mrs. Perkins

    Michael Vestal- Room 209 nominated by Mrs. Ferrara

    Samantha Crowley- Room 203 nominated by Ms. Mawn




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Mission Statement

  • The mission of the Wilmington Public Schools is to educate and develop students academically, socially, and emotionally to be active, civic-minded contributors to our global society.