Week Of June 1st - June 4th
"At NCHS every student graduates college and career ready with 21st century skills."
PORTRAIT OF A CAROLINE GRADUATE IN-PERSON AND VIRTUAL
Message from the Principal's Desk
All of the important details are in the update below for graduates and their families.
The top things to remember are:
- Graduates must be at NCHS by 5:15 pm on Graduation Night on June 1st, dressed in their cap and gown, cords, etc.
- Each graduate gets 4 tickets, every person entering graduation MUST have a ticket; no ticket means no entry! Each graduate's family of 4 will sit in a pod facing their graduate.
- Guests, please dress for the weather. You will be seated outdoors on the stadium field. Masks are not required for graduation.
- Enjoy the evening celebrating your child's accomplishments!
June 1: 5:15pm Seniors arrive to designated staging area to get organized prior to
4:30pm Guests can enter stadium (After considering the most recent direction from the CDC and state healthcare partners, CCPS has advised that masks will not be required at graduation ceremonies. Masks may still be worn based on individual choice, and it is expected everyone will be kind with regard to other people’s choices).
5:30pm Senior Slideshow (in stadium)(livestream begins)
6:00pm Graduation Ceremony in the NCHS stadium
(students will be photographed after they receive diploma - order forms
have been sent home)
General CCPS Graduation Reminders:
Each graduate has been provided four tickets for the ceremony. Chairs will be set up in ‘pods’ of four. It is important for all seniors and guests to understand that seating has been carefully arranged with a variety of considerations in mind, and chairs may not be moved from their location.
For years, we’ve held graduation ceremonies indoors and are very familiar with that process. This year, an outdoor ceremony with pandemic restrictions presents a whole new set of challenges, including but not limited to the audio-visual logistics. NCHS and CCPS staff from many departments and several outside contractors form a very large team working hard to make this a great day for seniors and families.
Months of planning by so many people should ensure a perfect event. However, we hope that if we do have any unexpected issues that everyone will show patience, grace and understanding.
Remember that the most important part of the day will be the fact that we are all together in one place at the same time, celebrating seniors. #classof2021 #ONETEAM
6/1 Graduation 6:00pm
6/8 - all B day finals English 9 and Math (Freshmen)
6/10 - all A day finals English 9 and Math (Freshmen)
6/11 make-ups (Students go to B Day) (Freshmen)
6/10 Finals block 2, and 4 (Underclassmen)
6/11 Finals block, 1 and 3, device collection by teacher (Underclassmen)
6/11 Last day Laptop/Kajeet collection (Underclassmen)
6/14 Q4 grades will be stored at noon 6/14
6/22 Report Cards will be mailed to students
Students that are virtual can drop their laptops off in the main office.
If you are signed up for summer school, you will keep your laptop and return it after you have finished summer school.
Each week teachers recognize students for showing how they BARK like a bulldog. The following students are being recognized this week for being ready, acting responsibly, respecting others, and demonstrating that knowledge is power.
A pleasure to have in class.
Barks to all the seniors, congratulations, you made it! We're all very proud of you!
Barks to the NCNN crew, thanks for doing a great job with the announcements all year!
Jyelynn Whiting for finishing strong in English 9.
Timmy Moore for great use of flextime and improving his grade in English 9.
Alex Syring for keeping on top of classes while virtual.
Naisa Nelson for building her confidence and finishing strong in English 9. You are ready to take on 10th grade with tenacity and 'tude!
Jack Bacorn for the level of respect he shows his teachers and peers -- and the great job he has done in English 9.
Jaqheim Bell for a great work ethic and great grade in English 9.
Nick Whitson for improvement in grades from 3rd quarter to 4th quarter in 4 of 5 classes! Great job!
All of my seniors:
Wendy Bartolon Mendez
Kim Bartolon Rodriquez
Deisy Orozco Fuentes
Ashley Roblero Velasquez
BARKS to all the AP Langers who took their big exam this week. You have each shown so much growth in your writing. I'm very proud of you!
Yeyson Hernandez...Amazing job this year!!!Javier Perez has really been focused and working hard.
Thank you Erick Lopez for helping a student understand their work.
Magdalia Soto, Alex Lopez and Sherly Lopez for always showing up, staying focused and completing their work!
BARKS to all of my SENIORS for completing English 12. I will miss you all!
Barks to Leilani Toulson for working hard on several tasks I asked her to do!!
Barks to Ally Breeding for working hard in cosmetology and staying focused in challenging situations!!
Important Yearbook News:
The Yearbook websites' credit card ordering system is now
fully operational (after a compromise issue).
The Cinco de Mayo special runs until the end of the month:
$50 for a yearbook and FREE name stamp.
to order go to:
Senior parents, don't forget you can also
place custom ads for your graduate, design and order your adds at:
NEW GRADUATION PAGE ON OUR WEBSITE
Graduation Reminders and Updates
Update: After considering the most recent direction from the CDC and state healthcare
partners, CCPS has advised that masks will not be required at graduation ceremonies. Masks
may still be worn based on individual choice, and it is expected everyone will be kind with
regard to other people’s choices.
Reminder 1: Each graduate has been provided four tickets for the ceremony. Chairs will be set
up in ‘pods’ of four and clearly labeled with names. It is important for all seniors and guests to
understand that seating has been carefully arranged with a variety of considerations in mind,
and chairs may not be moved from their location.
Reminder 2: For years, we’ve held graduation ceremonies indoors and have that process down
to a science. This year, an outdoor ceremony with pandemic restrictions presents a whole new set of challenges, including but not limited to the audio-visual logistics. (CRHS - NCHS) and CCPS staff from many departments and several outside contractors form a very large team working hard to make this a great day for seniors and families.
Months of planning by so many people should ensure a perfect event. However, we hope that if we do have any unexpected issues that everyone will show patience, grace and understanding. Remember that the most important part of the day will be the fact that we are all together in one place at the same time, celebrating seniors. #ONETEAM
Graduation Dress Code:
· Caps may be appropriately decorated
Any unapproved or inappropriate caps found on the day of graduation will be covered with blue paper
· You MUST wear your cap, gown, and tassel
· Females: Dress pants or dress, mid-thigh or mid-calf in length, dress shoes, no flip flops, dress sandals are ok. Make sure you can walk in your shoes
· Males: White or light-colored solid button-down shirt, regular or bow tie, dark dress pants, no jeans, no shorts, no tennis shoes, or work boots.
Class Picture in Cap & gown – order forms will be sent at a later date - $15 Due the day of Picture 5/28
Class Picnic - (free) immediately after graduation practice.
Bring a beach towel or blanket to sit on.
GRADUATION TICKETS WILL BE HANDED OUT AFTER PRACTICE
· EVERY HUMAN requires a ticket (all children regardless of age must have a ticket)
· Each senior receives 4 tickets for guests to attend. These guests will be seated together in a designated section.
· Call guidance if you have a guest who needs a sign language translator.
· Strawbridge will be here to take pictures when you get your diploma
To order graduation photos go to www.strawbridge.net
· Call guidance after May 3rd if you have a guest who needs handicap seating/parking
· All obligations including Cafeteria balances must be paid and all technology (laptop Kajeet) must be turned in before graduation tickets are issued.
– June 1st - Graduation 6 pm, Doors open at 4:30 pm
Seniors report to the large gym no later than 5:15 pm for line up
Please be aware that the last day of school, June 11, is a full day for students. As explained in a previous news release, in order to transport students while adhering to CDC guidelines, CCPS increased bus runs to three daily and adjusted the student schedule accordingly. However, given those circumstances, a half day of school cannot be accommodated.
Following the latest guidance provided by the state, students will no longer be required to wear face coverings while outside on school property if they are physically distanced. Face coverings may still be worn based on individual choice, and it is expected everyone will be kind with regard to other people’s choices. Students and staff are still required to wear face coverings while inside school buildings.
In addition, updated guidelines for schools have been provided:
COVID-19 Symptoms: Any students or staff with fever of 100.4 or higher, sore throat, cough, difficulty breathing, diarrhea or vomiting, new onset of severe headache (especially with fever), or new loss of taste or smell they should not report to school and follow up with their health care provider.
Quarantining: Individuals who have been exposed to COVID-19 and are not fully vaccinated, are awaiting a test result, have tested positive, or experiencing symptoms of COVID-19 should stay home from school until released from their health care provider or the health department.
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Administration and Guidance Counselors
Ms. Erin Adams - Assistant Principal
Ms. Jeannine Necessary - Assistant Principal
Dr. Steve Garner - Administrator
Ms. Virgina Belay (A-D)
Ms. Lori Crisafulli (E-L)
Ms. Jackie Holtzman (M-R)
Ms. Tricia Bolduc (S-Z)
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