Your Weekly Update from Natick High School
THE WEEK AHEAD
MONDAY, OCTOBER 3 - BLUE 1
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 4 - RED 2
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 5 - NO SCHOOL - YOM KIPPUR
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 6 - BLUE 2 - FALL COLLEGE FAIR 6:30-8:30 @ WALTHAM HIGH
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7 - RED 1
Reminders and Important Points
1) Please only use the front loop for drop off and pickup during the school day, and avoid traveling through the faculty/visitor parking lot, as it presents a safety issue for staff trying to park and enter the building. Thanks for your cooperation.
2) REQUIRED YEARLY FORMS - If you have not completed your student's Required Yearly Forms in PowerSchool, please do so as soon as possible. It is very important that we have accurate and current information regarding our students. You can access and complete these forms through your Power School account. The following is a link to the instructions on how to access your account. Guardian Instructions - Please Read!
3) NATICK HIGH SCHOOL OPEN HOUSE - Thursday, October 13th - 6:00pm
Please see this letter to parents and guardians about our upcoming Open House
National Merit Scholarship Program - Semifinalists and Letters of Commendation
We are pleased to announce that 11 Natick High School students we recognized by the National Merit Scholarship program for their exceptional academic promise demonstrated by their outstanding performance on the qualifying test used for program entry (PSAT). Congrats to these 11 students for their recognition.
Natick High School is also proud to announce two semifinalist in the National Merit Scholarship Program. These two student were among the highest scorers in the state, and semifinalist have the opportunity to advance to the finalist or winning categories based specific criteria. To read more about the program, see this link.
Here are our NHS Semifinalists and Commended Students - Congrats to them for their hard work!
LEARN A BETTER WAY
A VIRTUAL family communication skills workshop providing hope, learning and support for parents and caregivers facing substance use in their families. Sessions will be Thursdays from 7:00-8:30pm ET via Zoom. The first session of the 5 week workshop series will be Thursday, Oct. 20th. You can download the program flyer HERE and register using the Google Form Link. Feel free to contact Natick180 at Natick180@natickma.org with any questions.
AP Exam Registration - opens today!
Natick High School 2022 - 2023 AP® Exam Registration Now Open
Registration Dates: September 30, 2022 - October 31, 2022
Cost: $101 per exam
*$10 Late registration fee: November 1, 2022 - November 6, 2022
Note: These exams are intended for students who are currently enrolled in an AP course at Natick High School or have prepared for exams independently.
Contact our AP Coordinators listed below with questions.
Guidance Department Bulletin
SUICIDE PREVENTION TRAINING
Register for the Natick community Suicide Prevention Training. This FREE training is being offered on Thursday, October 20th from 5-7 PM ET at the Morse Institute Library. Email email@example.com to register and for details.
Thank you to our PTSO for their ongoing support to our students and faculty. Our PTSO is looking for more volunteers to assist them with their work for the school year. You can learn more about the NHS PTSO, and how to get involved by visiting their website. Thank you in advance for your help!
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Reminder for Parents Who Want to Volunteer--CORI Checks
Reminder If you want to volunteer in schools, you must have a CORI check conducted and you must go into the building with identification (drivers license or passport) to do this. Click here for description of what a CORI check is and does. Without a CORI check, you cannot volunteer in the school. Here is the form to fill out for a CORI.
Paper - On-Demand Tutoring
Natick Public Schools is excited to announce an amazing resource partnering with Paper for on-demand tutoring for ALL NHS students. Paper is a secure, online tutoring service that provides students with unlimited, 24/7 academic support. Whether they’re stuck on homework, studying for a test, or need someone to read and make suggestions to their essays, there will always be experts available online to assist students in over 200 subjects and more than 4 languages. For additional information SEE THE INFO PAGE
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