'In the Loop'

Weekly Bulletin for Newark Vocational HS - February Tenth


Tuesday, Feb. 11th, 11am-1pm

301 W Kinney St

Newark, NJ

This assembly has been scheduled by our Parent Liaison, Ms. Morris. The program will be as follows:

Grades 11 & 12 Period 5 - 11:12 - 11:52

Grades 9 & 10 Period 6 - 11:54 - 12:34

Eagle Cafe Open!

Breakfast on the go is up and running for all staff. Items are $1 during 1st and 2nd periods daily.

We Welcome Our New Staff Members!!


Sprinfield Branch Library
50 Hayes Street, Newark

Register for Free SAT and ACT tests
College Essay Writing Workshops
Assistance with college applications

Questions? call 973-733-7736

Young Men of Newark Vocational - Mentoring Progam Feb. 22, 2014

Delta Sigma Theta Sorority is sponsoring an EMBODI Program that provides young males with a mentor. The program is held the 4 Saturday of the month at Central HS. The next meeting is on February 22, 2014 from 10am -12pm. See Ms. Wormley for details.

Sophomore Advisory - Ms. Morin Room 220

All sophomores must register for school next year by February 28, 2014. You may receive assistance from your Class Advisor. Help is available this Thursday, February 13th from 2:50-4:00pm.

Community Service @ the "Student Center"

Students who would like to get community service hours should see Mrs. Green, School Counselor. Hours are 4-6pm daily. Transportation is provided to and from the center and food is free!

Essex County College (ECC) Placement Exam

Tuesday, February 25, 2014
Time: 9:00am until 1:00pm
Location: Library

See Mrs. Green, School Counselor for more info.

Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) Assistance

Newark Now Incorporated
103 Bloomfield Avenue
See Mrs. Green for assistance

NovaNET - Mr. Dolison

Students that use NovaNET must re-register with Mr. Dolison. All tests will be completed at Newark Vocational Only between 2-4pm.


9a-12pm. See Ms. Morin, Mrs. Mustapha and Mr. Ikheloa for details.

2014 New Jersey Idea Competition

Students are given the challenge to submit an idea to a panel of judges who are experts in innovation and entrepreneurship. Students with the most innovative ideas will be awarded cash prizes and recognized at our awards ceremony on March 28th at which they can network with other creative students from throughout the state. The perks:1. Recognition for your original idea at Fairleigh Dickinson University's annual awards ceremony2. Prize money and awards (over $13,500 available in cash prizes)3. Publicity through traditional and social media4. Looks great on your resume and college application5. You may be eligible for extra credit at your schoolHere is the link to the informational poster and application.  For more information please visit www.fdu.edu/businessidea.