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  • A college rep from Capital Community College will be here today, November 26th at 9:15 pm during period 3. 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.
  • Spanish Club- we will be meeting today after school in Miss Redman’s room. Please remember to bring your class dues! Gracias
  • Crochet Club meets today in room 103. See you there!
  • Newington Weightlifting/Strength Conditioning Club will be meeting today after school in the café. Anyone looking to learn lifting techniques and improve their strength should attend.
  • The National English Honor Society –Stuff-a-Cruiser donation box is in room 303 and ready to bring Holiday Cheer!
  • The peer Tutoring Room is now open in room 320 for any students needing help during a free period. We are also looking for more students to volunteer to be tutors. Sign up with the website or remind or see Mr. Emerson in room 108.
  • Students interested in engineering or medical sciences, there will be a Heart-Valve Engineering program at the UCONN Health Center in Farmington on Saturday, December 1st from 9 am – 2 pm. You will learn about Biomedical Engineering and its application in health care, along with learning about blood pressure and engaging in a hands-on exploration of engineering by designing and constructing a heart valve facsimile. Please see Mrs. Ennis or Ms. Freese if you are interested in attending.
  • Seniors! Western CT University will be here on December 11th for an annual on-site decision day! If you are interested in applying to Western and want an instant decision on your college acceptance, email your counselor for more information.
  • 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 Nov 26, 2018 at 11:54 AM
  

A – B – C – Thanksgiving Break
Early Release- 12:45 pm

  • Attention members of the National English Honor Society: There will be a brief meeting after school today at 12:50 pm in room 303. Please attend if you can.
    Last day for presale tickets to the Thanksgiving Football game! Tickets are on sale in the Athletics office. Students $2 and Adults $5. All tickets will be $5 at the gate.
  • A college rep from Capital Community College will be here Monday, November 26th at 9:15 pm during period 3. 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.
  • Spanish Club- don’t forget our next meeting will be held on Monday, November 26th after school in Miss Redman’s room. Please remember to bring your class dues! Gracias
  • Newington Weightlifting/Strength Conditioning Club will have a meeting on Monday, November 26th after school in the café. Anyone looking to learn lifting techniques and improve their strength should attend.
  • Students interested in engineering or medical sciences, there will be a Heart-Valve Engineering program at the UCONN Health Center in Farmington on Saturday, December 1st from 9 am – 2 pm. You will learn about Biomedical Engineering and its application in health care, along with learning about blood pressure and engaging in a hands-on exploration of engineering by designing and constructing a heart valve facsimile. Please see Mrs. Ennis or Ms. Freese if you are interested in attending.
  • Seniors! Western CT University will be here on December 11th for an annual on-site decision day! If you are interested in applying to Western and want an instant decision on your college acceptance, email your counselor for more information.
  • The NHS Unicef chapter will be collecting coins to support Unicef’s efforts to help children worldwide. If you’d like to donate your change, please bring it in a bag, labeled with your name on it. You will have a chance to win some Unicef merchandise and candy! Bring your coins to the main office or room 336.
  • 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 Nov 21, 2018 at 10:33 AM
  

A – B – C – Thanksgiving Break

  • Pre-sale tickets to the Thanksgiving Football game will be on sale in the Athletics office through tomorrow. Students $2 and Adults $5. All tickets will be $5 at the gate.
  • A college rep from Capital Community College will be here Monday, November 26th at 9:15 pm during period 3. 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 next Spanish Club Meeting will be held on Monday, November 26th in Miss Redman’s room. Please remember to bring your class dues! Gracias
  • Students interested in engineering or medical sciences, there will be a Heart-Valve Engineering program at the UCONN Health Center in Farmington on Saturday, December 1st from 9 am – 2 pm. You will learn about Biomedical Engineering and its application in health care, along with learning about blood pressure and engaging in a hands-on exploration of engineering by designing and constructing a heart valve facsimile. Please see Mrs. Ennis or Ms. Freese if you are interested in attending.
  • Seniors! Western CT University will be here on December 11th for an annual on-site decision day! If you are interested in applying to Western and want an instant decision on your college acceptance, email your counselor for more information.
  • The NHS Unicef chapter will be collecting coins to support Unicef’s efforts to help children worldwide. If you’d like to donate your change, please bring it in a bag, labeled with your name on it. You will have a chance to win some Unicef merchandise and candy! Bring your coins to the main office or room 336.
  • 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 Nov 20, 2018 at 9:42 AM
  

A – B – C – Thanksgiving Break

  • Tonight is the last night to see the Drama Clubs performance of The Laramie project. The show begins at 7 pm. You do not want to miss this powerful piece of theatre. In 1998, 21 year old gay university of Wyoming student Matthew Shepard was abducted, robbed, tortured and left to die, tied to a fence on the prairie outside Laramie Wyoming by two local young men because he was gay. The Laramie Project explores how the murder impacted the town through interviews with actual people involved with the victim and the murderers as they come to terms with how their ordinary town could produce two people filled with such hate.
  • To all members and friends of the French Club: We will be meeting today after school in room 119. Please see google classroom for details. See you there!
  • Class of 2020: Your FanCloth orders are in! Please see Mr. Alaimo in room 313 to pick up your order
  • Pre-sale tickets to the Thanksgiving Football game will be on sale in the Athletics office now through Wednesday. Students $2 and Adults $5. All tickets will be $5 at the gate.
  • The next Spanish Club Meeting will be held on Monday, November 26th in Miss Redman’s room. Please remember to bring your class dues! Gracias
  • Students interested in engineering or medical sciences, there will be a Heart-Valve Engineering program at the UCONN Health Center in Farmington on Saturday, December 1st from 9 am – 2 pm. You will learn about Biomedical Engineering and its application in health care, along with learning about blood pressure and engaging in a hands-on exploration of engineering by designing and constructing a heart valve facsimile. Please see Mrs. Ennis or Ms. Freese if you are interested in attending.
  • Seniors! Western CT University will be here on December 11th for an annual on-site decision day! If you are interested in applying to Western and want an instant decision on your college acceptance, email your counselor for more information.
  • The NHS Unicef chapter will be collecting coins to support Unicef’s efforts to help children worldwide. If you’d like to donate your change, please bring it in a bag, labeled with your name on it. You will have a chance to win some Unicef merchandise and candy! Bring your coins to the main office or room 336.
  • 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 Nov 19, 2018 at 8:52 AM
  

A – B – E – O – C
2 Hour Snow Delay

  • In 1998, 21 year old gay university of Wyoming student Matthew Shepard was abducted, robbed, tortured and left to die, tied to a fence on the prairie outside Laramie Wyoming by two local young men because he was gay. The Laramie Project explores how the murder impacted the town through interviews with actual people involved with the victim and the murderers as they come to terms with how their ordinary town could produce two people filled with such hate. Please come and experience this powerful piece of theater being produced by our Drama Club this tonight, tomorrow and Saturday at 7:00 pm. There is also a Saturday matinee at 2:00 pm.
  • Winter Sports registration ends today. Any registration received after this will result in a late start for the student athlete.
    Class of 2020: Your FanCloth orders are in! Please see Mr. Alaimo in room 313 to pick up your order.
  • A college rep from Bay Path University will be here today 12:00 pm 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.
  • Presale tickets to the Thanksgiving Football game will be on sale in the Athletics office today through Wednesday. Students $2 and Adults $5. All tickets will be $5 at the gate.
  • To all members and friends of the French Club: Our next meeting will be Monday, November 19th after school in room 119. Please see google classroom for details. See you there!
  • Seniors! Western CT University will be here on December 11th for an annual on-site decision day! If you are interested in applying to Western and want an instant decision on your college acceptance, email your counselor for more information.
  • The NHS Unicef chapter will be collecting coins to support Unicef’s efforts to help children worldwide. If you’d like to donate your change, please bring it in a bag, labeled with your name on it. You will have a chance to win some Unicef merchandise and candy! Bring your coins to the main office or room 336.
  • 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 Nov 16, 2018 at 11:25 AM
  

A – B – E – O – C

  • In 1998, 21 year old gay university of Wyoming student Matthew Shepard was abducted, robbed, tortured and left to die, tied to a fence on the prairie outside Laramie Wyoming by two local young men because he was gay. The Laramie Project explores how the murder impacted the town through interviews with actual people involved with the victim and the murderers as they come to terms with how their ordinary town could produce two people filled with such hate. Please come and experience this powerful piece of theater being produced by our Drama Club this tonight, tomorrow and Saturday at 7:00 pm. There is also a Saturday matinee at 2:00 pm.
  • A college rep from Bay Path University will be here tomorrow at 12:00 pm 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.
    Pre-sale tickets to the Thanksgiving Football game will be on sale in the Athletics office today through Wednesday. Students $2 and Adults $5. All tickets will be $5 at the gate.
  • Winter Sports registration will be open until November 16th. Any registration received after this will result in a late start for the student athlete.
    To all members and friends of the French Club: Our next meeting will be Monday, November 19th after school in room 119. Please see google classroom for details. See you there!
  • Seniors! Western CT University will be here on December 11th for an annual on-site decision day! If you are interested in applying to Western and want an instant decision on your college acceptance, email your counselor for more information.
  • The NHS Unicef chapter will be collecting coins to support Unicef’s efforts to help children worldwide. If you’d like to donate your change, please bring it in a bag, labeled with your name on it. You will have a chance to win some Unicef merchandise and candy! Bring your coins to the main office or room 336.
  • 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 Nov 15, 2018 at 10:13 AM
  

A – B – E – O – C
Happy Custodial/Maintenance Worker's Day!

  • Don’t forget- we have 2 KINDNHS challenges going on over the next two weeks.
    o Helping our Heroes- Support the men and women in the military. Please see the list of items in your homeroom and donate items in your homeroom bin. The winning homeroom will receive a free breakfast!
    o Publications for the Public- Support local communities by donating gently used novels, children’s books, CDs and DVDs. Donation boxes are set up in the cafeteria and the library.
    Don’t forget to enter your name in the KINDNHS box in the cafeteria for a chance to be our monthly KINDNHS winner.
  • Attention all Nation English Honor Society Officers & Committee leaders: Please plan on attending a meeting during advisory tomorrow, November 15th in room 303. Contact Mrs. DiBernardo with any questions.
  • Attention Seniors: Have you submitted your senior quote for the yearbook? If not, the deadline is rapidly approaching. All senior quotes MUST be submitted by tomorrow, November 15th. To submit a quote, please go to the NHS homepage and look for the tab titled “For Students”. There is a link under the tab for students to submit their quotes. See Mrs. Mannes in the Stoddard house or Mrs. Narowski in room 321 with any questions.
  • Congratulations to the Girls Swimming and Diving Team’s 400 Free Relayers, Amber, Lindsay, Christine and Sarah for setting a new school record during State Finals! Newington Placed 12th overall in the Class L Championships. Congrats again to the Girls Swimming and Diving Team!
  • Last week over 20 Schools and 300 students participated in a Math League Competition. Congratulations to our NHS Math team for finishing FIRST in our division. This is our second straight first place finish. The team was led by Fiona Duong who had a perfect score! Well done!!!
  • Pre-sale tickets to the Thanksgiving Football game will be on sale in the Athletics office today through Wednesday. Students $2 and Adults $5. All tickets will be $5 at the gate.
  • Winter Sports registration will be open until November 16th. Any registration received after this will result in a late start for the student athlete.
  • In 1998, 21 year old gay university of Wyoming student Matthew Shepard was abducted, robbed, tortured and left to die, tied to a fence on the prairie outside Laramie Wyoming by two local young men because he was gay. The Laramie Project explores how the murder impacted the town through interviews with actual people involved with the victim and the murderers as they come to terms with how their ordinary town could produce two people filled with such hate. Please come and experience this powerful piece of theater being produced by our Drama Club this Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 7:00 pm. There is also a Saturday matinee at 2:00 pm.
  • To all members and friends of the French Club: Our next meeting will be Monday, November 9th after school in room 119. Please see google classroom for details. See you there!
  • Seniors! Western CT University will be here on December 11th for an annual on-site decision day! If you are interested in applying to Western and want an instant decision on your college acceptance, email your counselor for more information.
  • The NHS Unicef chapter will be collecting coins to support Unicef’s efforts to help children worldwide. If you’d like to donate your change, please bring it in a bag, labeled with your name on it. You will have a chance to win some Unicef merchandise and candy! Bring your coins to the main office or room 336.
  • 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 Nov 14, 2018 at 9:32 AM
  

A – B – E – O – C

  • Don’t forget- we have 2 KINDNHS challenges going on over the next two weeks.
    o Helping our Heroes- Support the men and women in the military. Please see the list of items in your homeroom and donate items in your homeroom bin. The winning homeroom will receive a free breakfast!
    o Publications for the Public- Support local communities by donating gently used novels, children’s books, CDs and DVDs. Donation boxes are set up in the cafeteria and the library.
    Don’t forget to enter your name in the KINDNHS box in the cafeteria for a chance to be our monthly KINDNHS winner.
  • Students spoke and Ms. Tigno listened! Students wanted more opportunities to have fun together after school and that’s what we intend to do! Each quarter we are going to have a Family of Learners event. Our Quarter 1 event will be held today from 2:30 pm- 4:00 pm in the gym. Come join us for dodgeball, obstacle courses and ice cream!
  • A college rep from University of New Haven will be here today at 12:00 pm 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. If you need your User ID and password, Please see your counselor.
  • Debate Club will be meeting today after school in Mr. Kravontka’s room.
  • Attention Science Olympiad Students. There will be a meeting today after school in room 118.
  • Winter Sports registration will be open until November 16th. Any registration received after this will result in a late start for the student athlete.
  • In 1998, 21 year old gay university of Wyoming student Matthew Shepard was abducted, robbed, tortured and left to die, tied to a fence on the prairie outside Laramie Wyoming by two local young men because he was gay. The Laramie Project explores how the murder impacted the town through interviews with actual people involved with the victim and the murderers as they come to terms with how their ordinary town could produce two people filled with such hate. Please come and experience this powerful piece of theater being produced by our Drama Club this Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 7:00 pm. There is also a Saturday matinee at 2:00 pm.
  • Attention Seniors: Have you submitted your senior quote for the yearbook? If not, the deadline is rapidly approaching. All senior quotes MUST be submitted by November 15th. To submit a quote, please go to the NHS homepage and look for the tab titled “For Students”. There is a link under the tab for students to submit their quotes. See Mrs. Mannes in the Stoddard house or Mrs. Narowski in room 321 with any questions.
  • Seniors! Western CT University will be here on December 11th for an annual on-site decision day! If you are interested in applying to Western and want an instant decision on your college acceptance, email your counselor for more information.
  • The NHS Unicef chapter will be collecting coins to support Unicef’s efforts to help children worldwide. If you’d like to donate your change, please bring it in a bag, labeled with your name on it. You will have a chance to win some Unicef merchandise and candy! Bring your coins to the main office or room 336.
  • 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 Nov 13, 2018 at 9:29 AM
  

A – B – E – O – C

  • Don’t forget- we have 2 KINDNHS challenges going on over the next two weeks.
    o Helping our Heroes- Support the men and women in the military. Please see the list of items in your homeroom and donate items in your homeroom bin. The winning homeroom will receive a free breakfast!
    o Publications for the Public- Support local communities by donating gently used novels, children’s books, CDs and DVDs. Donation boxes are set up in the cafeteria and the library.
    Don’t forget to enter your name in the KINDNHS box in the cafeteria for a chance to be our monthly KINDNHS winner.
  • Students spoke and Ms. Tigno listened! Students wanted more opportunities to have fun together after school and that’s what we intend to do! Each quarter we are going to have a Family of Learners event. Our Quarter 1 event will be held November 13th from 2:30 pm- 4:00 pm in the gym. Come join us for dodgeball, obstacle courses and ice cream!
  • A college rep from University of New Haven will be here tomorrow at 12:00 pm 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. If you need your User ID and password, Please see your counselor.
  • Reminder! We are looking for you to submit Veterans’ Day Photos of a special veteran in your life! Please submit photos to Ms. Slater or Mr. Urbanski.
    Winter Sports registration will be open until November 16th. Any registration received after this will result in a late start for the student athlete.
  • Debate Club will be meeting tomorrow after school in Mr. Kravontka’s room.
  • Attention Science Olympiad Students. There will be a meeting tomorrow in room 118.
  • In 1998, 21 year old gay university of Wyoming student Matthew Shepard was abducted, robbed, tortured and left to die, tied to a fence on the prairie outside Laramie Wyoming by two local young men because he was gay. The Laramie Project explores how the murder impacted the town through interviews with actual people involved with the victim and the murderers as they come to terms with how their ordinary town could produce two people filled with such hate. Please come and experience this powerful piece of theater being produced by our Drama Club this Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 7:00 pm. There is also a Saturday matinee at 2:00 pm.
  • Attention Seniors: Have you submitted your senior quote for the yearbook? If not, the deadline is rapidly approaching. All senior quotes MUST be submitted by November 15th. To submit a quote, please go to the NHS homepage and look for the tab titled “For Students”. There is a link under the tab for students to submit their quotes. See Mrs. Mannes in the Stoddard house or Mrs. Narowski in room 321 with any questions.
  • Seniors! Western CT University will be here on December 11th for an annual on-site decision day! If you are interested in applying to Western and want an instant decision on your college acceptance, email your counselor for more information.
  • The NHS Unicef chapter will be collecting coins to support Unicef’s efforts to help children worldwide. If you’d like to donate your change, please bring it in a bag, labeled with your name on it. You will have a chance to win some Unicef merchandise and candy! Bring your coins to the main office or room 336.
  • 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 Nov 13, 2018 at 9:25 AM
  

A – No School - O - E – C

  • Don’t forget- we have 2 KINDNHS challenges going on over the next two weeks.
    o Helping our Heroes- Support the men and women in the military. Please see the list of items in your homeroom and donate items in your homeroom bin. The winning homeroom will receive a free breakfast!
    o Publications for the Public- Support local communities by donating gently used novels, children’s books, CDs and DVDs. Donation boxes are set up in the cafeteria and the library.
    Don’t forget to enter your name in the KINDNHS box in the cafeteria for a chance to be our monthly KINDNHS winner.
  • Students spoke and Ms. Tigno listened! Students wanted more opportunities to have fun together after school and that’s what we intend to do! Each quarter we are going to have a Family of Learners event. Our Quarter 1 event will be held November 13th from 2:30 pm- 4:00 pm in the gym. Come join us for dodgeball, obstacle courses and ice cream!
  • A college rep from Stony Brook University will be here tomorrow at 10:00 am during period 4. 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. If you need your User ID and password, Please see your counselor.
  • Reminder! We are looking for you to submit Veterans’ Day Photos of a special veteran in your life! Please submit photos to Ms. Slater or Mr. Urbanski.
  • Winter Sports registration will be open until November 16th. Any registration received after this will result in a late start for the student athlete.
  • Debate Club will be meeting on Tuesday, November 13th after school in Mr. Kravontka’s room.
  • Attention Science Olympiad Students. There will be a meeting next Tuesday November 14th in room 118.
  • Attention Seniors: Have you submitted your senior quote for the yearbook? If not, the deadline is rapidly approaching. All senior quotes MUST be submitted by November 15th. To submit a quote, please go to the NHS homepage and look for the tab titled “For Students”. There is a link under the tab for students to submit their quotes. See Mrs. Mannes in the Stoddard house or Mrs. Narowski in room 321 with any questions.
  • Seniors! Western CT University will be here on December 11th for an annual on-site decision day! If you are interested in applying to Western and want an instant decision on your college acceptance, email your counselor for more information.
  • The NHS Unicef chapter will be collecting coins to support Unicef’s efforts to help children worldwide. If you’d like to donate your change, please bring it in a bag, labeled with your name on it. You will have a chance to win some Unicef merchandise and candy! Bring your coins to the main office or room 336.
  • 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 Nov 09, 2018 at 8:36 AM
  
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