Our purpose at Northview Intermediate School is to create a safe and caring environment where teachers, students, staff, and families come together as a community to foster creativity, independent thinking, and academic excellence

Northview Intermediate School is a Title I School-wide Project.


Schools in Sevier County will close at 2:00 p.m. on Friday, September 14 due to traffic conditions associated with the Shades of the Past Rod Run and the Pigeon Forge Fall Rod Run.


Parents of Northview Intermediate 4th Grade Students!

Next month in music class (October), your child will begin to play the recorder.

This is the time when note reading and music skills greatly improve as they learn and practice at school and home. Below is some information to start playing successfully!

As a parent, you can encourage your child to practice when they have their recorder at home. Each student will be playing for recorder karate belts by playing a selected piece of music for each belt. Your child will have music on the same day each week. Having the recorder here is part of your child’s music class participation, as they cannot play music without it. On the other days, they are expected to bring the recorder home to practice. Our best secret is to keep the recorder in the backpack at all times after they have finished practicing, that way it travels back to school.

We request a donation of $3.00 per student to purchase a new recorder. Label your money or bring in an envelope with attachment found below. Money should be brought to me in the music room. If you would like to donate to purchase a recorder for a student who cannot buy one, your donation is greatly appreciated. The final date to purchase recorders will be October 16th.

If you have any questions, feel free to email me at moriahyarnall@sevier.org. I greatly appreciate your cooperation!

Thank you!

Moriah Yarnall


Parents of 5th and 6th grade students:

Next month (October) 4th grade students will begin playing recorders. This is a time when note reading and music skills greatly improve. I know in the past that your student has purchased and played recorders in music class. Unfortunately some students will not be able to afford to purchase recorders to participate in class. I am asking that if you and your student would like to donate their recorder back to the school, that would be greatly appreciated. The recorders will be sanitized and distributed to these students, and they will return them back to me once they are finished playing them at the end of the year. If you have any questions please feel free to email me at moriahyarnall@sevier.org. I do appreciate any donations and for your cooperation!

Thank you!

Moriah Yarnall

Please check with your child's teacher for additional required forms.

"Kindness, courage and respect are taught at Northview Intermediate School. To have a friend, you must be a friend. No bullies allowed."

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