New Tech News

February 18th

Legacy Learner Application for 2019-2020 School Year

If you have a sibling of a current New Tech Learner (or graduate), you can apply here for the 2019-2020 school year.

Dates To Know


  • February 20th: No networking/FLEX, school starts at 8:50am

  • February 20th: All 11th graders: ACT + Writing Test

  • February 21st-February 23rd: DECA State Competition

  • February 27th: FLEX day, 9am arrival

  • March 9th-17th: Spring Break

  • March 27th: New Tech's Day Out (campus-wide field trip)

Important Notes for the ACT on Wednesday

Wednesday, February 20th, 11th graders will be taking the ACT + Writing at NTH@C. They will need to be in their testing rooms no later than 8:50. Learners may bring their own calculators (see the calculator policy here) and if they don't have one, NTH@C will provide one.


11th graders taking the ACT + Writing are advised to bring a hearty snack for the break. They will also need to bring a sack lunch as they will not be eating in the cafeteria that day.

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New Tech @ Nite 2019

Senior Capstone on IBD and IBS

If you or someone you know has had to battle through Inflammatory Bowel Disease or Irritable Bowel Syndrome you know how much of a struggle it can be, especially for students. My name is Adan De Hoyos and my senior capstone is dedicated to exploring this dilemma. We will be hosting a podcast this Saturday. We will dive into this topic as well as discuss possible remedies and solutions that can help patients live better lives. If you are interested in participating or know someone who might be, please contact me through email (adehoyos@newtech.coppellisd.com) or through phone (787-445-1383).

Nothing Bundt Cakes Fundraiser

Make this Valentine's Day delicious! The senior class will be selling a variety of flavors of Bundtlets during independent study on Valentine's Day for $5! They will continue selling Nothing Bundt Cakes of various sizes via order forms until March 1st. Don't miss out on your piece of the cake! Order form any senior. Deliveries will take place before spring break. All checks will need to be made out to "NTHC Senior Fund

MUN Success at Regionals

The New Tech High @ Coppell Model United Nations club led by Danae Boyd, Brian Hussey, Brock Hesse and
The Coppell Family YMCA MUN coordinator Tori Grossi were at Regionals this past Saturday.
23 delegates and learner leaders performed exceptionally, the following 12 were recognized with honors and achievement.

Nahom Haddis – Secretary General

Grace Kottak – UNICEF MS Committee Chair

Yash Vaggar – UNEP Committee Chair

Ryan McCord – SPECPOL Committee Chair

Mikayla Hirsch – Media Corps Chair

Paul Chinnam – Exemplary Character Award

Finely Tipton – Exemplary Character & Best Delegate Award

Marc Hatanpaa – Best Delegate

Syed Hasan Raza – Outstanding Delegate

Matthew Plawecki – Outstanding Delegate
Manasa Velamuri – Honorable Delegate Award

Mahum Rana -- Honorable Delegate Award

Note from the Nurse

Influenza activity is increasing throughout Dallas County. As in past influenza seasons, the health and safety of all learners is a priority for New Tech. Since flu can spread easily from person to person, we need your help to prevent cases of flu in students and staff. It is important for all to take the following precautions at this time:



  • Monitor the health of your learner by checking for fever and other flu symptoms every morning. Symptoms of flu usually include fever with cough or sore throat, and sometimes runny nose, body aches, headache, vomiting or diarrhea.
  • Staff and learners with symptoms of the flu must stay at home and cannot return to school until they no longer have fever of 100 degrees or higher (without the use of fever reducing medications), diarrhea, or vomiting for at least 24 hours.
  • Ill learners should be encouraged to drink plenty of clear fluids to keep from becoming dehydrated.
  • Remind all household members to wash their hands with soap and water or use hand sanitizer regularly, cover their cough with their elbow or sleeve, and to avoid touching their face.
  • Have all eligible household members vaccinated for influenza.




More information on how to take care of a sick child is available at:

https://www.cdc.gov/flu/consumer/caring-for-someone.htm



Let's Keep New Tech Healthy!

Nurse Faulkner

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Senior Event Information

Senior Parents,


Please see the document linked here for information regarding senior events this semester. The information entailed includes the senior essentials package (senior/parent dinner and graduation included), senior day, prom, and project graduation. You or your senior are able to purchase these items through the front office, or through the PTSO website. Here is the link for all of the information: google doc.


If you have any questions, comments, or concerns, please contact Nikki Smith at nsmith@newtech.coppellisd.com.

Lost your photo ID?


Students who have lost their ID cards can go to our website legacystudios.com at the top of the paige says ID cards they can choose that option and order an ID, it will ship to their home for $5.00.

Updated Shuttle Schedule

Please click here for the updated shuttle schedule