Northside Elementary is a place where children learn and achieve at high standards in a safe and loving environment based on their own unique abilities. Students will become successful and responsible citizens. Our mission at Northside Elementary is to educate the whole child while ensuring their success every day.
Miriam Berryhill • Principal, Kelly Spencer • Asst. Principal/Instructional Facilitator
My name is Miriam Berryhill and I have the privilege of serving as the principal of Northside Elementary. Here at Northside, we have traditions that range back from a few years to traditions that started the first year the building opened. In its early years, Northside was known as the Golden Rule school. We want you to know that every child that walks through those doors we treat as if he or she is our own child. We love them, care for them, and set high expectations for them as we teach them both academically and socially.
At the Cabot School District! We want YOU to be a Cabot Panther! Did you know your student could be part of the long history of academic excellence even if you don't live in the district? School Choice applications are now being accepted through May 1st. Learn more, schedule a tour, and apply today!
January is Arkansas School Board Recognition Month. This month-long observance is an excellent opportunity for the Cabot School District and the community to build a stronger understanding of the crucial role school boards play. Board members are elected volunteers who give countless hours of their time to ensure the success of our students. Please join us in recognizing our seven outstanding Cabot School board members.
Dr. Thurman shares some important back to school information for students, parents, and the community. This includes information on safety and security, school traffic, bus transportation, and working together to ensure a fantastic year! Remember, the first day of school for ALL students (Pre-K-12th) is Tuesday, August 15!
The Cabot School District is committed to educating all students to be responsible citizens who value
learning, treat others with
dignity and respect, and adapt successfully to the demands of the rapidly changing society.
The Cabot School District is committed to
"Preparing Today's Students for Tomorrow's Opportunities."