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  • College reps from 3 Schools will be visiting today, Friday, September 28th. Mitchell College will be here during Period 2, Goodwin College during Period 3, and Central Connecticut State University during Period 4. Any juniors or seniors interested in meeting with the reps, please sign up for the visit in Naviance.
  • Homecoming will be held on October 13th. You can buy tickets during all lunch waves starting Monday for $12.00. Get your tickets early because prices will increase. A portion of all sales will go to Newington Food Bank.
  • Attention Students! Anyone who is purchasing tickets for homecoming next week MUST fill out a ticket order form prior to getting in line. Your homeroom teacher has the forms.
  • Chess club will be meeting after school today, Monday, October 1st, in the band room. No experience necessary. Come ready to play!
  • Join the Diversity Club on October 1st for the 11th Annual World Day of Bullying Prevention by wearing blue. On this day, students, schools and communities all of the world go BLUE together against bullying. It also kicks off National Bullying Prevention Awareness Month every October. Let’s Blue Up!
  • College reps from Western Connecticut State University, Tunxis Community College, and Western New England University will be here on Monday, October 1st. Please sign up on Naviance and print your confirmation page as a pass.
  • Did you know a unicek chapter is coming to NHS. Well, what is unicek? Stop by on October 3rd for a brief informational meeting in room 336. Make a difference and learn about global issues.
  • Attention Freshman interested in running for class office… Please see Mr. Hartley in the library for the necessary paperwork to run for office. All paperwork is due by Tuesday, October 9th. See your Class of 2022 Advisor (Ms. Cote) with questions about the responsibilities of class office.
  • Registration is now open for the Financial Reality Fair on Wednesday, October 24th from 8:00 am – 11:00 am. This is an excellent opportunity for ALL students to experience a real-world exercise in managing money, living expenses, and finances once you are out on your own. Please see Mrs. Ennis is 200A to sign up. Space is limited.
  • Students interested in aerospace and engineering, the Aerospace Components Manufacturers will be holding its annual Future Workforce Opportunities Fair on Wednesday, November 7th from 8:00 am – 11:00 am. Over 90 local aerospace firms will be available to discuss the career opportunities that exist in the industry as well as employer expectations. Please see Mrs. Ennis is 200A to sign up.
  • Students interested in sports management or marketing, there will be a field trip on Wednesday, November 14th to the XL Center for a Sports Management Seminar, followed by a special school day hockey game. Please see Mrs. Ennis for details.
  • Students interested in manufacturing and engineering or just looking for a part-time job, please see Mrs. Ennis in room 200A about an excellent opportunity here in Newington. You must be 18 and available after school Monday through Friday to apply.
  • Don’t forget to submit a Veteran’s Day Photo of any important person you would like to have displayed. Give the photo to Ms. Slater or Mr. Urbanski. There are also envelopes in each house office
  • Parking sticker forms are now available. Please come to the main office to obtain your form. Complete the form and return it to the main office with your driver’s license, registration, and insurance card. Last Year’s sticker is not valid. Vehicles need to be registered each year. Students should not be parking by the tennis courts unless they have a registered Honor Society Sticker on their car. In about a week, we will start enforcing, those students who do not have a sticker will get a warning.
  • Quick Reminder of our School Rules:
    • No Backpacks are allowed during the school day.
    • No Hats or Hoods are allowed during the school day.
    • All students must be in homeroom unless there is an emergency.

 

Posted by kaitlin.norton  On Sep 28, 2018 at 10:16 AM
  
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  • Boy’s Golf will have a meeting today in room 300 at 2:25 pm.
  • German Club will be meeting today in room 101. See you there.
  • The Gender and Sexuality Alliance Club will meet after school today in Mr. Kravontka’s room. We will be discussing plans for the year and working on research for the Laramie Project. Bring something to research with.
  • Fashion Club will be meeting today at 2:30 in Room 186. All are welcome!
  • This is a reminder that Book Club meets today after school in the NHS Library. All students are welcome!
  • The NHS book club will meet tomorrow after school in the NHS library. Please bring your copy of Scythe. Anyone wishing to read our next book, All American Boys can stop by the library to pick up a copy.
  • College reps from 3 Schools will be visiting tomorrow, Friday, September 28th. Mitchell College will be here during Period 2, Goodwin College during Period 3, and Central Connecticut State University during Period 4. Any juniors or seniors interested in meeting with the reps, please sign up for the visit in Naviance.
  • Join the Diversity Club on Monday, October 1st for the 11th Annual World Day of Bullying Prevention by wearing blue. On this day, students, schools and communities all of the world go BLUE together against bullying. It also kicks off National Bullying Prevention Awareness Month every October. Let’s BlueUp!
  • Registration is now open for the Financial Reality Fair on Wednesday, October 24th from 8:00 am – 11:00 am. This is an excellent opportunity for ALL students to experience a real-world exercise in managing money, living expenses, and finances once you are out on your own. Please see Mrs. Ennis is 200A to sign up. Space is limited.
  • Students interested in aerospace and engineering, the Aerospace Components Manufacturers will be holding its annual Future Workforce Opportunities Fair on Wednesday, November 7th from 8:00 am – 11:00 am. Over 90 local aerospace firms will be available to discuss the career opportunities that exist in the industry as well as employer expectations. Please see Mrs. Ennis is 200A to sign up.
  • Students interested in sports management or marketing, there will be a field trip on Wednesday, November 14th to the XL Center for a Sports Management Seminar, followed by a special school day hockey game. Please see Mrs. Ennis for details.
  • Homecoming will be held on Oct.13th. You can buy tickets during all lunch waves starting Monday for $12.00. Get your tickets early because prices will increase. A portion of all sales will go to Newington Food Bank.
  • Number 8 on the Top Ten Banned Books list last year was The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas. Despite winning multiple awards and being the most searched-for book on Goodreads during its debut year, this YA novel was challenged and banned in school libraries and curriculums because it was considered “pervasively vulgar” and because of drug use, profanity, and offensive language. Appreciate your freedom to choose at NHS Library.
  • Students interested in manufacturing and engineering or just looking for a part-time job, please see Mrs. Ennis in room 200A about an excellent opportunity here in Newington. You must be 18 and available after school Monday through Friday to apply.
  • Don’t forget to submit a Veteran’s Day Photo of any important person you would like to have displayed. Give the photo to Ms. Slater or Mr. Urbanski. There are also envelopes in each house office
  • Parking sticker forms are now available. Please come to the main office to obtain your form. Complete the form and return it to the main office with your driver’s license, registration, and insurance card. Last Year’s sticker is not valid. Vehicles need to be registered each year.
  • Quick Reminder of our School Rules:
    • No Backpacks are allowed during the school day.
    • No Hats or Hoods are allowed during the school day.
    • All students must be in homeroom unless there is an emergency.
Posted by kaitlin.norton  On Sep 27, 2018 at 10:43 AM
  

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  • TAKE TIME TO THANK…Your challenge this week is write a thank you note to anyone who you would like to thank…Maybe it’s bus driver, a teacher, a friend, a coworker, or anyone you’d like. Once you deliver the note, don’t forget to submit your name to the KINDNHS bin in the cafeteria.
  • This week, join the NHS Library as we celebrate your right to read by observing “Banned Books Week” 416 books were challenged or banned in 2017, number 9 on the list was: Drama written and illustrated by Raina Tegemeier. This Stonewall Honor Award Winning 2012 graphic novel from an acclaimed cartoonist was challenged and banned in school libraries because it included LGBT characters and was considered confusing. Celebrate your right to read by choosing a book from the NHS library!
  • Don’t forget to submit a Veteran’s Day Photo of any important person you would like to have displayed. Give the photo to Ms. Slater or Mr. Urbanski. There are also envelopes in each house office.
  • To all prospective baseball players: Coach Alaimo will be having an informational meeting today from 2:30-3:00 in room 313. If you plan to try-out for baseball and cannot attend, it is important that you see Coach Alaimo.
  • Boy’s Golf will have a meeting tomorrow in room 300 at 2:25 pm.
  • There will be a meeting of the Scribe, NHS’ student publication tomorrow at 2:30 pm in room 305. If you want to contribute stories, ideas, poetry, photography or artwork, come to the meeting or see Mr. Rutigliano in room 305. Hope to see you there!
  • German Club will be meeting tomorrow in room 101. See you there.
  • The NHS book club will meet tomorrow after school in the NHS library. Please bring your copy of Scythe. Anyone wishing to read our next book, All American Boys can stop by the library to pick up a copy.
  • The Gender and Sexuality Alliance Club will meet after school tomorrow in Mr. Kravontka’s room. We will be discussing plans for the year and working on research for the Laramie Project. Bring something to research with.
  • Join the Diversity Club on October 1st for the 11th Annual World Day of Bullying Prevention by wearing blue. On this day, students, schools and communities all of the world go BLUE together against bullying. It also kicks off National Bullying Prevention Awareness Month every October. Let’s BlueUp!
  • Students interested in manufacturing and engineering or just looking for a part time job, please see Mrs. Ennis in room 200A about an excellent opportunity here in Newington. You must be 18 and available afterschool Monday through Friday to apply.
  • Registration is now open for the Financial Reality Fair on Wednesday, October 24th from 8:00 am – 11:00 am. This is an excellent opportunity for ALL students to experience a real-world exercise in managing money, living expenses and finances once you are out on your own. Please see Mrs. Ennis is 200A to sign up. Space is limited.
  • Students interested in aerospace and engineering, the Aerospace Components Manufacturers will be holding its annual Future Workforce Opportunities Fair on Wednesday, November 7th from 8:00 am – 11:00 am. Over 90 local aerospace firms will be available to discuss the career opportunities that exist in the industry as well as employer expectations. Please see Mrs. Ennis is 200A to sign up.
  • Students interested in sports management or marketing, there will be a field trip on Wednesday, November 14th to the XL Center for a Sports Management Seminar, followed by a special school day hockey game. Please see Mrs. Ennis for details.
  • Parking sticker forms are now available. Please come to the main office to obtain your form. Complete the form and return it to the main office with your driver’s license, registration and insurance card. Last Year’s sticker is not valid. Vehicles need to be registered each year.
  • Quick Reminder of our School Rules:
    o No Backpacks are allowed during the school day.
    o No Hats or Hoods are allowed during the school day.
    o All students must be in homeroom unless there is an emergency.

Posted by asunderland  On Sep 26, 2018 at 3:36 PM
  

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  • TAKE TIME TO THANK…Your challenge this week is write a thank you note to anyone who you would like to thank…Maybe it’s bus driver, a teacher, a friend, a coworker, or anyone you’d like. Once you deliver the note, don’t forget to submit your name to the KINDNHS bin in the cafeteria.
  • This week, join the NHS Library as we celebrate your right to read by observing “Banned Books Week” Today, a historical fact, Banned Books Week was launched in the 1980’s, a time of increased challenges, organized protests and a landmark Supreme Court Case, which ruled that school officials can’t ban books in libraries simply because of their content. Celebrate your free access to ideas and information by exploring the NHS library’s collection. Don’t take your freedom for granted.
  • Representatives from 4 colleges are here today. Boston University will visit during period 2, Mount Holyoke College during period 4, Eastern Connecticut State College during period 6 and Nazareth College during period 8. Any Junior or Senior interested in meeting with the rep, please make sure you sign up for the visit in Naviance and print your confirmation page to use as your pass.
  • Debate Club is back! If you are interested in debating modern topics or even doing traditional debates, come to a brief informational meeting today after school in room 336 to talk about debate club this year.
  • Archery Club will have a meeting today at 2:30 pm in room 318.
  • Don’t forget to submit a Veteran’s Day Photo of any important person you would like to have displayed. Give the photo to Ms. Slater or Mr. Urbanski. There are also envelopes in each house office.
  • To all prospective baseball players: Coach Alaimo will be having an informational meeting tomorrow from 2:30-3:00 in room 313. If you plan to try-out for baseball and cannot attend, it is important that you see Coach Alaimo.
  • Boy’s Golf will have a meeting Thursday, September 27th in room 300 at 2:25 pm.
  • Join the Diversity Club on October 1st for the 11th Annual World Day of Bullying Prevention by wearing blue. On this day, students, schools and communities all of the world go BLUE together against bullying. It also kicks off National Bullying Prevention Awareness Month every October. Let’s BlueUp!
  • Registration is now open for the Financial Reality Fair on Wednesday, October 24th from 8:00 am – 11:00 am. This is an excellent opportunity for ALL students to experience a real-world exercise in managing money, living expenses and finances once you are out on your own. Please see Mrs. Ennis is 200A to sign up. Space is limited.
  • Students interested in aerospace and engineering, the Aerospace Components Manufacturers will be holding its annual Future Workforce Opportunities Fair on Wednesday, November 7th from 8:00 am – 11:00 am. Over 90 local aerospace firms will be available to discuss the career opportunities that exist in the industry as well as employer expectations. Please see Mrs. Ennis is 200A to sign up.
  • Students interested in sports management or marketing, there will be a field trip on Wednesday, November 14th to the XL Center for a Sports Management Seminar, followed by a special school day hockey game. Please see Mrs. Ennis for details.
  • Parking sticker forms are now available. Please come to the main office to obtain your form. Complete the form and return it to the main office with your driver’s license, registration and insurance card. Last Year’s sticker is not valid. Vehicles need to be registered each year.
  • Quick Reminder of our School Rules:
    o No Backpacks are allowed during the school day.
    o No Hats or Hoods are allowed during the school day.
    o All students must be in homeroom unless there is an emergency.


Posted by asunderland  On Sep 25, 2018 at 9:14 AM
  

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  • TAKE TIME TO THANK…Your challenge this week is write a thank you note to anyone who you would like to thank…Maybe it’s bus driver, a teacher, a friend, a coworker, or anyone you’d like. Once you deliver the note, don’t forget to submit your name to the KINDNHS bin in the cafeteria.
  • The Rotary needs volunteers for its Annual Golf Tournament on Tuesday, September 25th. Please see Mrs. Ennis ASAP if you are interested in helping.
  • Representatives from 4 colleges will be here tomorrow. Boston University will visit during period 2, Mount Holyoke College during period 4, Eastern Connecticut State College during period 6 and Nazareth College during period 8. Any Junior or Senior interested in meeting with the rep, please make sure you sign up for the visit in Naviance and print your confirmation page to use as your pass.
  • Debate Club is back! If you are interested in debating modern topics or even doing traditional debates, come to a brief informational meeting tomorrow after school in room 336 to talk about debate club this year.
  • Archery Club will have a meeting tomorrow at 2:30 pm in room 318.
  • To all prospective baseball players: Coach Alaimo will be having an informational meeting from 2:30-3:00 in room 313 on Wednesday, September 26th. If you plan to try-out for baseball and cannot attend, it is important that you see Coach Alaimo.
  • Boy’s Golf will have a meeting Thursday, September 27th in room 300 at 2:25 pm.
  • Registration is now open for the Financial Reality Fair on Wednesday, October 24th from 8:00 am – 11:00 am. This is an excellent opportunity for ALL students to experience a real-world exercise in managing money, living expenses and finances once you are out on your own. Please see Mrs. Ennis is 200A to sign up. Space is limited.
  • Students interested in aerospace and engineering, the Aerospace Components Manufacturers will be holding its annual Future Workforce Opportunities Fair on Wednesday, November 7th from 8:00 am – 11:00 am. Over 90 local aerospace firms will be available to discuss the career opportunities that exist in the industry as well as employer expectations. Please see Mrs. Ennis is 200A to sign up.
  • Students interested in sports management or marketing, there will be a field trip on Wednesday, November 14th to the XL Center for a Sports Management Seminar, followed by a special school day hockey game. Please see Mrs. Ennis for details.
  • Parking sticker forms are now available. Please come to the main office to obtain your form. Complete the form and return it to the main office with your driver’s license, registration and insurance card. Last Year’s sticker is not valid. Vehicles need to be registered each year.
  • Quick Reminder of our School Rules:
    o No Backpacks are allowed during the school day.
    o No Hats or Hoods are allowed during the school day.
    o All students must be in homeroom unless there is an emergency.

Posted by asunderland  On Sep 24, 2018 at 9:52 AM
  

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  • Today is the last day for the Sharing is Caring Kindness Challenge…Please bring in an item or as many items as you’d like, place the items in the boxes located in the cafeteria and enter your name in the kindness box, also located in the cafeteria for a chance to win a gift basket at the end of the month. We are collecting canned foods, juices, cake mixes, pickles, socks, cards, gloves, etc. to help our own community.
  • Attention Seniors- If you have not had a yearbook photo taken by Art Rich, a photographer will be here today in the auditorium to photos. This is the last free session offered.
  • Congratulations to all who auditioned for the Laramie Project. Our first read through will be today after school in the auditorium. Please come with your list of conflicts. If you can’t be there, please see Mr. Connolly.
  • There is a mandatory meeting for all 10th -12th grade Academy Students in the event center during homeroom today. Teachers please check your email for a list of all students who should attend.
  • Representatives from 3 colleges are here today. UCONN will visit at 8:15 am during period 2, Albertus Magnus College during period 4 and Holy Apostles College and Seminary during period 6. Any Junior or Senior interested in meeting with the rep, please make sure you sign up for the visit in Naviance and print your confirmation page to use as your pass.
  • The Rotary needs volunteers for its Annual Golf Tournament on Tuesday, September 25th. Please see Mrs. Ennis ASAP if you are interested in helping.
  • Debate Club is back! If you are interested in debating modern topics or even doing traditional debates, come to a brief informational meeting on Tuesday, September 25th after school in room 336 to talk about debate club this year.
  • Boy’s Golf will have a meeting Thursday, September 27th in room 300 at 2:25 pm.
  • Interested in making a connection with a teacher? If so, volunteer to be a student aide. See Mrs. Harding in room 206.
  • Parking sticker forms are now available. Please come to the main office to obtain your form. Complete the form and return it to the main office with your driver’s license, registration and insurance card. Last Year’s sticker is not valid. Vehicles need to be registered each year.
  • Quick Reminder of our School Rules:
    o No Backpacks are allowed during the school day.
    o No Hats or Hoods are allowed during the school day.
    o All students must be in homeroom unless there is an emergency.

Posted by asunderland  On Sep 21, 2018 at 10:36 AM
  

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  • Tomorrow is the last day for the Sharing is Caring Kindness Challenge…Please bring in an item or as many items as you’d like, place the items in the boxes located in the cafeteria and enter your name in the kindness box, also located in the cafeteria for a chance to win a gift basket at the end of the month. We are collecting canned foods, juices, cake mixes, pickles, socks, cards, gloves, etc. to help our own community.
  • Future Business Leaders of America will be holding their 2nd meeting today after school in room 202. It’s not too late to join. See Mrs. Dennis or Mrs. Harding if you have any questions.
  • Art Club meets today in room 184. See you there!
  • Attention Seniors- If you have not had a yearbook photo taken by Art Rich, a photographer will be here tomorrow in the auditorium to photos. This is the last free session offered.
  • Attention Science Olympiad members or anyone interested in joining; there will be a meeting tomorrow during homeroom in room 118.
  • Congratulations to all who auditioned for the Laramie Project. Our first read through will be tomorrow after school in the auditorium. Please come with your list of conflicts. If you can’t be there, please see Mr. Connolly.
  • There is a mandatory meeting for all 10th -12th grade Academy Students in room 180 near the auditorium during homeroom tomorrow. Teachers please check your email for a list of all students who should attend.
  • Representatives from 3 colleges will be here tomorrow. UCONN will visit at 8:15 am during period 2, Albertus Magnus College during period 4 and Holy Apostles College and Seminary during period 6. Any Junior or Senior interested in meeting with the rep, please make sure you sign up for the visit in Naviance and print your confirmation page to use as your pass.
  • Interested in making a connection with a teacher? If so, volunteer to be a student aide. See Mrs. Harding in room 206.
  • Parking sticker forms are now available. Please come to the main office to obtain your form. Complete the form and return it to the main office with your driver’s license, registration and insurance card. Last Year’s sticker is not valid. Vehicles need to be registered each year.
  • Quick Reminder of our School Rules:
    o No Backpacks are allowed during the school day.
    o No Hats or Hoods are allowed during the school day.
    o All students must be in homeroom unless there is an emergency.

Posted by asunderland  On Sep 20, 2018 at 12:42 PM
  

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  • This week’s Kindness challenge is Sharing is Caring…For the remainder of this week, we will be collecting canned foods, juices, cake mixes, pickles, socks, cards, gloves, etc. to help our own community. So, all you need to do is bring in an item or as many items as you’d like, place the items in the boxes located in the cafeteria and enter your name in the kindness box, also located in the cafeteria for a chance to win a gift basket at the end of the month. Always remember…Sharing is Caring
  • Interested in making a connection with a teacher? If so, volunteer to be a student aide. See Mrs. Harding in room 206.
    Future Business Leaders of America will be holding their 2nd meeting tomorrow after school in room 202. It’s not too late to join. See Mrs. Dennis or Mrs. Harding if you have any questions.
  • Parking sticker forms are now available. Please come to the main office to obtain your form. Complete the form and return it to the main office with your driver’s license, registration and insurance card. Last Year’s sticker is not valid. Vehicles need to be registered each year.
  • Quick Reminder of our School Rules:
    o No Backpacks are allowed during the school day.
    o No Hats or Hoods are allowed during the school day.
    o All students must be in homeroom unless there is an emergency.

Posted by asunderland  On Sep 19, 2018 at 8:51 AM
  

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  • This week’s Kindness challenge is Sharing is Caring…For the remainder of this week, we will be collecting canned foods, juices, cake mixes, pickles, socks, cards, gloves, etc. to help our own community. So, all you need to do is bring in an item or as many items as you’d like, place the items in the boxes located in the cafeteria and enter your name in the kindness box, also located in the cafeteria for a chance to win a gift basket at the end of the month. Always remember…Sharing is Caring
  • To any Junior or Senior students interested in being student facilitators at this year’s Truth About Hate Program, please stop by room 117 for information on how to apply. Applications are due today by 2:30 pm.
  • Attention Peer Tutoring Club Members: We will have an informational meeting today after school in Mr. Emerson’s room. New members are welcome.
  • Join us today after school in Mr. Sepko’s room for Adventure Club’s first meeting. We will discuss the vast possibilities for this year such as rock climbing and white water rafting. See you there!
  • College reps from three schools will be here today. The University of Arizona will be in the main school counseling office during period 2, Sacred Heart University during period 4 and Hartwick College during period 8. Juniors and Seniors can sign up for the visits through Naviance. Print your confirmation page to use as your pass.
  • If you auditioned for the Laramie Project, please see the call back list in the auditorium lobby for important information. Please sign up for the remind.com notifications and let Mr. Connolly know if you can attend Tuesday’s event ASAP in room 110.
  • Interested in making a connection with a teacher? If so, volunteer to be a student aide. See Mrs. Harding in room 206.
  • Future Business Leaders of America will be holding their 2nd meeting on Thursday, September 20th after school in room 202. It’s not too late to join. See Mrs. Dennis or Mrs. Harding if you have any questions.
  • Parking sticker forms are now available. Please come to the main office to obtain your form. Complete the form and return it to the main office with your driver’s license, registration and insurance card. Last Year’s sticker is not valid. Vehicles need to be registered each year.
  • Quick Reminder of our School Rules:
    o No Backpacks are allowed during the school day.
    o No Hats or Hoods are allowed during the school day.
    o All students must be in homeroom unless there is an emergency.

Posted by asunderland  On Sep 18, 2018 at 9:12 AM
  

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  • This week’s Kindness challenge is Sharing is Caring…For the remainder of this week and next week, we will be collecting canned foods, juices, cake mixes, pickles, socks, cards, gloves, etc. to help our own community. So, all you need to do is bring in an item or as many items as you’d like, place the items in the boxes located in the cafeteria and enter your name in the kindness box, also located in the cafeteria for a chance to win a gift basket at the end of the month. Always remember…Sharing is Caring
  • Congratulations to the Girls’ Swimming and Diving team for winning their meet against Middletown on Friday. Amber Rochleau and Lindsay Weaver made state qualifying times.
  • This announcement is for those seniors who have not had their picture taken for the 2019 yearbook. A photographer from Art Rich Studios will be in the auditorium today to take yearbook photos. This is the LAST day that a photographer will come to NHS to take senior pictures. There is no cost associated with having your picture taken for the yearbook. And no appointment is necessary; please go to the auditorium during open study. Questions? Please see Mrs. Mannes in Stoddard House or Mrs. Narowski in room 321.
  • The Latin Club is meeting today after school in room 310.
  • Crochet Club is meeting on today at 2:30 pm in room 103. New members welcome. No experience necessary.
  • Another year of Adventure Club is about to begin. Join us after school today in room 334 for our first meeting. We will be discussing out plans for new outdoor adventures such as rock climbing, white water rafting, hiking and kayaking. See Mr. Sepko for more details.
  • College reps from three schools will be here today. Smith College will be in the main school counseling office during period 4, Elms College during period 6 and Springfield College during period 8. Juniors and Seniors can sign up for the visits through Naviance. Print your confirmation page to use as your pass.
    Interested in making a connection with a teacher? If so, volunteer to be a student aide. See Mrs. Harding in room 206.
  • If you auditioned for the Laramie Project, please see the call back list in the auditorium lobby for important information. Please sign up for the remind.com notifications and let Mr. Connolly know if you can attend Tuesday’s event ASAP in room 110.
  • College reps from three schools will be here tomorrow. The University of Arizona will be in the main school counseling office during period 2, Sacred Heart University during period 4 and Hartwick College during period 8. Juniors and Seniors can sign up for the visits through Naviance. Print your confirmation page to use as your pass.
  • To any Junior or Senior students interested in being student facilitators at this year’s Truth About Hate Program, please stop by room 117 for information on how to apply. Applications are due tomorrow by 2:30 pm.
  • Attention Peer Tutoring Club Members: We will have an informational meeting Tuesday after school in Mr. Emerson’s room. New members are welcome.
  • Parking sticker forms are now available. Please come to the main office to obtain your form. Complete the form and return it to the main office with your driver’s license, registration and insurance card. Last Year’s sticker is not valid. Vehicles need to be registered each year.
  • Quick Reminder of our School Rules:
    o No Backpacks are allowed during the school day.
    o No Hats or Hoods are allowed during the school day.
    o All students must be in homeroom unless there is an emergency.

Posted by asunderland  On Sep 17, 2018 at 10:29 AM
  
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