New Tech News
If you have a sibling of a current New Tech Learner (or graduate), you can apply here for the 2019-2020 school year.
Coppell ISD Strategic Design Audit Feedback (they are still looking for more respondents)
We at Coppell ISD are excited about the results of Phase I of our Strategic Design effort. We hope by now you’ve seen our new Mission Statement and our four Core Values centered around the themes of relationships, engagement, redefining success and great teaching.
Now that our community has helped us define who we are and what we value, we are looking forward to Phase II of this effort, where we will hone in on specific opportunities to fully realize these Values over the course of the next few months and years. Our first step in that process is to once again hear from you, our community.
We are kicking off a Core Values Audit for each of our campuses. This Audit is designed to better understand how we are living out our Values. We, again, are encouraging our campus community to complete this Audit. We will use this important insight to help identify specific opportunities for focus over the coming months and years.
On behalf of Coppell ISD, let me personally thank you for your time, your insight and your contributions to this important effort.
Dates To Know
February 12th: Red Cross Blood Drive at School
February 12th: New Tech @ Nite at 6:30pm (8th grade recruitment event)
February 13th: No networking/FLEX, school starts at 8:50am
February 15th: No School
February 18th: No School
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
Seen at New Tech
Facilitator of the Month
Congratulations Mr. Pierce!!!
Learner of the Month
Congratulations Miisha Masterson!!!
School Board Visit
Thank you to CISD administration for coordinating the School Board Walks. We were visited Thursday by Trustees: Sethi, Hill, and Hulme.
Nothing Bundt Cakes Fundraiser
Preorder YAFF Brownies
As you may have heard, the Youth Action Film Festival is running a “Month of Love” throughout February. Since our brownies were really popular when we first held our bake sale, we’ve decided to give people the option to order entire trays of them! You can find the order form to it here: https://goo.gl/forms/Jfxsd5N2vVMghfgw1
The trays will cost $25 each and are about 9 inches by 11 inches in size. We have 2 types of brownies to choose from as well: a 5 layer brownie, and a fudge brownie with various toppings. More information on them can be found on the order form linked above.
There are also some important deadlines regarding the orders:
- By Monday the 11th at 11:59pm, all orders need to be placed
- By Tuesday the 12th at 5:00pm, all payments must be made. They can either occurin person to Mrs. Bence or online to a PayPal linked in the order form.
- On Wednesday the 13th after school, pickups will be taking place outside of the gym during our bake sale.
- The YAFF Crew
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
Brooke Massaviol wins at District Wrestling
We are entering our big push for recruitment for the 2019-2020 school year. Every year we host 8th graders on our campus for 3 days of Shadow Days. This year's Shadow Days are this week! We will also be holding recruitment meetings for parents over the course of the next few weeks. Please pass along the flyer about our New Tech @ Nite event to your friends. Last year, it was our most successful recruitment event and it was amazing to see all of the rookies signing their commitment letters!
Know a homeschool or private school learner who wants to join us? We have a school day tour just for them on February 8th.
Have any recruitment questions? Don't hesitate to contact Steffany Batik.
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:
Let's Keep New Tech Healthy!
Red Cross Blood Drive- February 12th
Please join our lifesaving mission and schedule an appointment today!
Date: Tue Feb 12, 2019
Time: 09:00 AM - 03:00 PM
Click here to make an appointment
We hope to see you there!
On the day of the drive, be sure to enter through the front office and get a visitor's badge. Thank you for supporting the American Red Cross blood program!
Senior Event Information
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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you bought a senior ad everything for the senior ad will be due by Monday, February 11th. You have the option to email in the photos of your learner or you can drop off a physical copy and we can scan it for you. If you email in the photos, please try and send photos that are a higher resolution and are not blurry and, if possible, send them in a JPEG format.
Please contact the yearbook staff if you have any questions (email@example.com)
Juniors and Seniors Interested in Participating in the living dead for Shattered Dreams... see application below
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.