Your Weekly Update from Natick High School
National Honor Society Induction
The National Honor Society held an induction ceremony on Wednesday 11/9 for 163 inductees. It was a fantastic event led by the National Honor Society advisors, Ms. Marino and Mr. Sanford. Our keynote speaker, Ms. St. Jean of the math department, eloquently spoke about the inductees and how they embody the four pillars of the National Honor Society - Character, Service, Leadership, and Scholarship. Thank you to all of the families and staff that attended to support these students in their accomplishment.
THE WEEK AHEAD
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 14 - RED 1
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 15- BLUE 1
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 16 - RED 2
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 17 - BLUE 2
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 18 - RED 1
STUDENT HIGHLIGHTS - RedHawk Pride - NCAA National Letter of Intent Signing Day
Reminders and Important Points
Please support the Food Drive by bringing your nonperishable items to the font lobby. Students who donate will win prizes, including parking spots in the staff lot, gift cards, and more! Thank you.
2) NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY JUNIOR INVITATIONS - Juniors with a 3.4 or better GPS can expect to receive invitations to apply to the National Honor Society two weeks-ish after the start of Semester 2. They will need 2 strong leadership roles and 50+ hours of community service (30 of those filed in Guidance) to get in.
Host a Teacher from Starfish International
We are looking for two Natick families to host for about four months apiece, generally to coincide with the two semesters. For more information, please read more here...
Guidance Department Bulletin
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!
You can subscribe to their monthly newsletter at the top of their webpage.
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.
- Title I: Title I of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990Title II
- Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990Title VI
- Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964Title IX
- Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972
- MGL, Ch.76, Section 5: Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter 76, Section 5