New Tech News

February 25, 2018

New Tech's 10th Anniversary Celebration March 22nd!

New Tech High @ Coppell has officially turned 10 years old! To celebrate its birthday, a big event will be held on March 22nd. We would appreciate all donations to help make this event successful! Donating as little as $10 (for the big 10) would help a lot. Donations can be made on https://nthcptso.revtrak.net/10for10/
New Tech 10 Website

Thank you Mr. Barrett Clark for putting this together for us!!!

Important Dates Coming Up


  • February 27th- ACT + Writing

  • February 27th- New Tech @ Night (learners can get volunteer hours for helping us with our open house that is geared towards recruiting current 8th graders)

  • February 28th- FULL FLEX

  • March 7th- FULL FLEX

  • March 10th-March 18th- Spring Break

  • March 21st- FULL FLEX

  • March 22nd- New Tech 10th Anniversary 6pm- 8pm

  • March 28th- No Networking

  • March 30th- No School

Congratulations To Our Top 5%!!!!

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New Tech @ Nite

Our spring open house is an event to showcase learning at NTH@C for potential 2018-2019 rookies. Current parents are welcome to come as well! Click here for schedule.

DECA State Results

This past week DECA had 29 students participate in state competition. Over 4,800 students competed, 5 of our students won spots as alternates and 8 our of NTH@C members advanced to the International Career Development Conference in April in Atlanta, GA.


ICDC Bound

District 11 President

Sikyra Castle

CTAT Sports Window Design Winner Kirsten Massaviol

Independent Business Plan

Maria Benavides

Rebekah Penton

Madeleine Shay

Entrepreneurship Team Decision Making

Dagmawi Mutuku

Brendon Wu

Texas DECA Scholarship Recipient

Nimisha Jain


State Finalist

Principles of Finance

Sahil Chiniwala

Financial Services Team Decision Making

Davis Dodd

Paul Chinnam

Food Service Marketing

Alyssa Raley

Hospitality & Tourism

Brooke Massaviol

New York Times Essay Competition

As part of a project in AP English Literature and Composition, learners submitted articles to a New York Times Challenge that connected their current learning of Dystopian Novels to current events found in the 2017 New York Times archives.


New Tech High @ Coppell had four learners recognized for their writings out of over 1,200 submissions. You can read about them here (nyti.ms/2EVuxf1). Zoe Georgulas was a winner of the competition and her essay is published on the NYTimes.com. Kendall Dunn was a runner-up, and Ardi Saunders and Katrina Fisher were honorable mentions.

Coppell Gifted Association Creative Writing Competition

New Tech had three honorable mentions in the annual Coppell Gifted Association's Creative Writing Competition. Katrina Fisher was recognized for her short story, while Kendall Coburn and Bakhtawar Yasir were recognized for their poems. The learners will be formally recognized at a reading on April 18th. Last year, Katrina Fisher won the Poetry competition and Casey Webb was recognized as an honorable mention for her poem.
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Genesis Women's Shelter Drive

Did you know that 70% of human trafficking victims are women and girls? Did you know that 35% of women experience physical and or sexual violence? It sounds so crazy that 700 million women were married as children worldwide and 250 million were married before 15. Our Geometry classes have partnered with GENESIS Women’s Shelter. This is an organization created to help the victims of domestic violence - in order to create some different statistics.

What can you do to help? NTH@C is hosting a drive for the Genesis Women’s Shelter summer camp kids. We are currently collecting sunscreen, chapstick, sunglasses, flip flops, healthy snacks & drinks, arts & crafts supplies, toothbrushes, toothpaste, arm floaties, and life jackets. There is a drop off box at the front entrance of the school.

Thank you for supporting those who in great need!

If you have questions, please email Mrs. Osterberger,bosterberger@coppellisd.com .

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Join Us For The Day

The Day is rolling around and we want everyone to participate! Leaners, facilitators, and parents please sign up on jointheday.org under the volunteer tab! Sign up with your friends (10 people a group). Learners will earn 4 hours of community service and will get free breakfast in the morning! Can't wait to see everyone come out!!


Date: April 7th, 2018

Time: 8 a.m. - 12 p.m.

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Prom Tickets Available Now!!

NTH@C Junior and Senior Learners have been nominated TO…

WALK THE RED CARPET!


Saturday, May 5, 2018, 6:30 PM to 11:59 PM

NYLO Hotel, 1001 W Royal Ln, Irving, TX 75039



https://nthcptso.revtrak.net/JuniorSenior-Prom/

PURCHASE TICKETS Online or at NTH@C office
Early bird price: $110 through 2/28/2018
Regular price: $130 effective 3/1/18 Deadline to Purchase: April 20, 2018


Contact Martha Gonzalez marthapatriciagzz@hotmail.com


Questions? please e-mail Martha Gonzalez marthapatriciagzz@hotmail.com or Caroline Khan ck6966@yahoo.com

FILMRAISER for New Tech High @ Coppell

"EARLY MAN" - ANY TICKETS BOUGHT VIA THIS LINK

THRU ALL OF FEB & MARCH WILL BENEFIT:

New Tech High@Coppell Schoolwide

MOVIE TICKETS bought via this custom link to Fandango support our cause!

https://www.fandango.com/early-man-200804/movie-overview?a=13034&cmp=13034:early013545


$1.00 from every ticket to EARLY MAN bought during FEB & MARCH supports New Tech High@Coppell Schoolwide


https://www.fandango.com/early-man-200804/movie-overview?a=13034&cmp=13034:early013545
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Girls Who Code Summer Immersion Program for 10th-11th grade

This is the first time GWC will offer SIP in Dallas at AT&T and JPMorgan Chase. The early deadline is February 16 and the application closes March 16. Girls Who Code Summer Immersion Programs are FREE 7-week summer programs for rising high school juniors and seniors to learn computer science, get exposure to tech jobs and join a supportive sisterhood of thousands of girls across the US. In the Summer Immersion Program, your students will learn about:


  • Tech Companies -- They’ll meet female engineers and get an inside look at technical roles in the world’s top companies.

  • Project-based learning -- They’ll learn computer science through real-world projects in art and storytelling, robotics, video games, websites, apps and more!

  • Sisterhood -- They’ll work in teams and make lifelong friendships with a supportive and diverse community of thousands of girls.

See Flyer Below!!

Leukemia and Lymphoma Society- NTH@C's Donation Page

Please use this link if you would like to make a donation to the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society through our campus.

Join PTSO!!!

Purchase your PTSO membership by visiting the PTSO webstore. Membership in the PTSO helps us support NTH@C and gets you a copy of the student directory. To purchase, visit PTSO webstore
A Day/ B Day/ and Wednesday Schedule

Please use this calendar to help you determine if days are A days, B days or Workshop and Wonderful Wednesdays.