Week of November 15th- November 19th
"At NCHS every student graduates college and career ready with 21st century skills."
Message from the Principal's Desk
Bulldog students and families,
The second quarter is underway and we are 7 days away from Thanksgiving break. I met with all the 9th grade students last week to go over expectations and discuss what they need to do to move from 9th to 10th grade. I am encouraging all students to buckle down this quarter and try harder. Teachers are here to help all students have to do is ask for the help and show up after school to get the help. Please stay in contact and let us know what we can do to help.
November 16th Quarter 1 report cards issued
November 17th Makeup picture day for all students
November 24th-26th No school Thanksgiving break
Excellent students - a pleasure to have in class.
All three responsible, conscientious, and role models in class.
10th Grade Barks
Speech and Pres. Barks
Sarah Luerson, Ainsley McNinch, Carlos Olvera, Bailey Werner, Zach O'Brien, Mia Amador, and Alayna Stafford for running a successful General Assembly and for rocking their officer roles!
Arnoldo Ramirez Ramirez
Rossicely Ayala Mejia
Magdalia Soto Morales
Nick Bouchat, Irving Cruz, Drea Nichols, Tommy Morris, Haley Davis, Alexys O'Connell, Diego Bustamante, Dana Velasquez-Cifuentes, Chris Gabaya, Lindsey Groves, Nataleigh Hardesty, Eamon Peach, Lillian Williams, Christa Siljeholm, Nincy Bautista, Rebeccah Chambers, Connor Christopher, Jackson Conn, Leland Courie, Kelsie Sartwell, Mia Schreyer, Michael Torres-Perez, Ryan Vandergrift, Kayla Wetzel for being ready, acting responsibly, and demonstrating how knowledge is power.
Zamaiya Purnell is a hard working, deep thinking young lady. Truly a joy to have in my class!
Madison Philpot for working hard and supporting her classmates!
Gabariel Owens. Thanks for always doing everything you are supposed to do.
Barianna Jenner. Thanks for being a Tech Wizard
Jenna Guitierrez. Thanks for cleaning up other peoples' stuff
Zachary Schmidt Thanks for being the doorkeeper
Sta-Nasia Ricketts and Ethan Hedge Thanks to both for always being willing to help.
Aiden Amalfitano, Physics
Mallory Frase, Physics
Tony Sluder, Physics
Demonstrating Knowledge is power:
Congratulations to Jessica Christopher for being accepted to Florida Southern
Special student BARKS
National Honor Society New Inductees 2021
Kamryn Boyd, Jaxson Grable, Taylour Holloway, Jacob Hulburt, Haley Neuwiller, McCabe Piavis, Giddeon Shamp, Dylan Vasquez Bamaca
Karissa Barr, Grace Belay, Carson Bishop, Olivia Blades, Macy Brandt, Ayiana Brown, Gus Clark, Schuyler Clark, Veronica Crenshaw, Cami DePasquale, Kaitlyn Eaton, Elizabeth Eigenbrode, Kyle Hofmann, Lisseth Ixlaj-Fuentes, Abigail Lorenc, Brianna Maybury, Taylor Mitchell, Ashlynn Pinder, Imani Ringgold, Lily Rupp, Kaitlyn Schlesner, Alayna Stafford, Lilly Thornton, Lily Welch, Rebecca White, Beckett Wordworth
Attendance Modifications for Quarantined Students
Attendance procedures for quarantined students have been modified as of the 2nd quarter of this school year (Nov. 8). This modification was made based on guidelines set by the Maryland State Department of Education (MSDE).
For quarantine students who are unable to participate in academic activities:
An isolated student who is ill and unable to participate in academic activities will be reported as absent, which follows the CCPS attendance policy.
For quarantined students who are able to participate in academic activities:
Quarantined students who are healthy will be reported as present and are expected to participate in meaningful academic activities that advance student learning. CCPS will continue to use Google Classroom for access to class assignments and offer Zoom tutoring to support students who are quarantined.
If a quarantined student does not return to in-person, in-school instruction after the assigned quarantined period, the normal attendance or make-up work policies for absent students will be followed.
Band Of Blue
Vaccine Information from the Caroline County Health Department
The Caroline County Health Department, in partnership with Choptank Community Health and Caroline County Public Schools, is now offering COVID-19 vaccines for children ages 5-11.
Children in this age range may receive the Pfizer vaccine, which is administered as a two-dose primary series, 3 weeks apart. The children’s vaccine is a lower dose (10 micrograms) than that used for individuals 12 years of age and older (30 micrograms).
Vaccine clinics will be held at schools and at the Health Department’s vaccine center. A parent or legal guardian must be present and must sign a consent authorization at the time of vaccination. Click the school names below or visit our vaccine page to register your child for a vaccine. Future clinics will be added to the vaccine page on an ongoing basis.
Saturday, November 20, 2021 from 12:00 PM to 4:00 PM
Caroline County Vaccine Center, 18 Denton Plaza, Denton
Many pediatricians also have received vaccines, and your child may be able to be vaccinated at their doctor’s office.
Have questions about the COVID-19 vaccine for children? Check out this helpful Frequently Asked Questions post from the American Academy of Pediatrics.
Dual Enrollment Registration Day
November 17th is make-up picture day
This link will allow parents to sign up to receive updates via email regarding their child's school portraits. These updates include promotions, additional deals and the ability to order more pictures at a later time. When entering student information, parents should be sure to enter the student's name as it is on file at the school.
Winter Sports Tryouts
All tryouts begin Monday, Nov. 15th
Boys Basketball 4:30-6:30 pm Main Gym
Girls Basketball 3-5pm Main Gym
Cheerleading 3-4:30pm Dance Studio
Wrestling 3-5pm Auxiliary Gym
Indoor Track - 3-5pm Cafeteria
A reminder that all athletes must be registered on Form Releaf, have an updated physical, and provide either a negative Covid test OR be vaccinated and provide proof of vaccination. Links to registration and the physical form are below:
Form Releaf Registration - https://app.formreleaf.com/organizations/north-caroline-high-school
Physical Form - https://www.mpssaa.org/assets/1/6/Physical_Evaluation_Form.pdf
Update on Winter sports From the Bayside Conference
Administration and Guidance Counselors
Ms. Erin Adams - Assistant Principal
Ms. Jeannine Necessary - Assistant Principal
Dr. Steve Garner - Administrator
Ms. Virginia Belay (A-D)
Ms. Lori Crisafulli (E-K)
Ms. Jackie Holtzman (L-Q)
Ms. Tricia Bolduc (R-Z)
Technology issues please contact: