Bulldog BARK

November 14th-November 27th

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"At NCHS every student graduates college and career ready with 21st century skills."

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From the Principal's Desk

Bulldog Families,


I would like to start out by sharing that in the first quarter we had 235 students that received Honor Roll (3.0-3.49) and 432 students that received Merit Honor Roll (3.5-or higher). That is 667 students out of 1228 (54%)that have a 3.0 or higher. We also have 77 students that have perfect attendance for this year. This is awesome!


As we start our second semester this is a fresh start for everyone to continue doing great work or to have a better quarter than their first one. There are supports for students to get the extra help if they need it but they will have to put in the work and ask for the help. Their teachers are available to reteach a standard that they might be struggling with or to offer correctives on a test they did not do as well as they had hoped. Please encourage your student to ask for help if they needed it


Please feel free to reach out to teachers, guidance counselors and administration anytime we can assist you or answer a question.


Matt Spiker

NCHS Principal


Important Dates:

November 14th Powderpuff Football game

November 18th and 19th Drama Presents Murder on the Orient Express

November 15th Senior Picture Make-ups

November 15th Winter Sports try-outs

November 17th National Honor Society inductions

November 18th No School for students Teacher PD day

November 23-25 No School Thanksgiving break

State testing

Testing is Right Around the Corner!!

As we plan ahead for students to participate in upcoming state assessments, please be sure your student takes the following steps to prepare for success: (please help us remind them)


*Come to school well rested

*Eat breakfast either at home or at school

*Turn your laptop completely off at night (not just on sleep mode)

*Be sure your laptop is fully charged

*Bring corded earbuds from home if you choose to wear them during the test

*Be prepared to do your best and try your hardest

*When provided the opportunity by your teacher, take the practice test seriously and do your best to answer the questions accurately. Pay attention to the types of questions being asked of you.

*Do not rush through the test and review your answers before submitting


The Fall/Winter State Assessments are as follows and will take place in students' regularly scheduled classes.


MCAP ENG 10: December 5th - December 8th

HSA Government: January 3rd - January 6th

MCAP Algebra I: January 3rd - January 6th

MCAP Algebra II / Geometry: January 9th - January 12th

LS MISA: January 9th - January 12th


Only students who are currently enrolled in English 10, Government, Algebra I, Algebra II, Geometry, and Biology will be participating in these assessments UNLESS your student needs to make-up the assessment from a previous year or still needs to participate in the assessment for graduation. Your student will be notified if they fit into this category of test takers.


Please feel free to reach out to Mrs. Adams at NCHS if you have any questions about any of these assessments. (410) 479-2332

Students currently taking dual enrollment courses at Chesapeake Community College

Attention Caroline County Public Schools families with a child currently taking dual enrollment courses at Chesapeake Community College. Based upon a recent change in a Maryland statute, families of students taking approved courses through dual enrollment are no longer responsible for the tuition costs for the Fall and Spring semesters of 2022-2023 school year. Caroline County Public Schools is working with Chesapeake Community College to direct all tuition bills to us instead of to students and families. In the coming weeks, Chesapeake Community College will initiate a refund to any families who have already paid tuition for this semester. Our respective finance teams are working to ensure that dual enrollment students' tuition costs are satisfied. Please communicate with your child's school counselor with any questions or requests for further information.
Thank you.

New CCPS App

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We have great news!

We now have an email dedicated to student attendance.


attendance.nchs@ccpsstaff.org


All student attendance items should be sent to this email.

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Student BARKS

Ms. Sullivan

Alexis Manno

Henry Johnson

Tamya Johnston


Mrs. Horan

Cody Hoofnagle- for being understanding and cooperative as well as excelling in Spanish.


Ms. JACKSON

Miranda Jeronimo Ramirez

Laisha Fuentes-Oliva


Mr. JOSEPH

Jayden Scott

Ari "Jesse" Wallace

Alexa Tennant


Mrs. Clark

Perez Velasquez, Brayan Artemio

Morales Ramirez, Sheyly

Fuentes, Irendira Ibone


Mrs. Davey BARKS:

Jalexia Avila

Olivia Blades

Alexis Castro Chavez

Jansy Lorenzo-Velasquez

Jackson Myers

Lily Rupp

Mathew Draper

Elizabeth Johnson

Sherly lopez Lopez

Nelvin Macario-Tomas

Ta'Nizah Murray

Nicholas Rust

Daniel Barrett

Seth Burns

Emily Chong

Xavier Green

Darrell Jackson

Cody Scott


Mr. RAUSCH

Starting the 2nd quarter off great.

Marleny Ramirez Jaurez

Josue Perez-Perez

Maxwell Roose


Mrs. Weippert:

Delaney Citro, Matt Eckrich, Dallas Helsel, Brooke Gauck, Julianne Hofmann, Anna Hutchison, Julia Myers, Morgan Rizer, Skyler Britton, Veronica Crenshaw



Mrs. Guzman

Max Fimbres, Christopher Ireland, Madelyn Porter, Rae Proud, Alicia Coleman, Aireonna Duckery, Miranda Brown, Madelyn Espil, Hailey Seale


Mr. GOODGER

Justice Hall

LIam Lofland

Positive attitudes, creative thinkers, always on task!


Mrs. RADA

Lindsey-Taylor, Bryan Todd for positive attitude


Mrs. Bradner

Spanish IV

Anahi Lopez Salas

Lucy Fuentes Oliva

Keily Perez Reyes



Ms. Butler

All students that participated in the Veterans Day Program. You all were fantastic and represented the school by BARKING like a Bulldog!!!


Mr. Davis

Delaney Hall

Kole Hagey

Paris Black

George Schwaeble

Will Thomason


Mr. Motily

Dulce Roblero Gomez
Garrett Vogt
Cami DePasquale
Abigail Lorenc
Allysia Smith
Rebecca White
Carson Bishop
Sydney Keninitz
Om Karat
Jack Morris


Mr. SILSLEY

Linda Ridgell

She always does what she needs to do in an abundant, rich, and exemplary manner.


Mrs. Moran:

Elizabeth Johnson

Leona Russell

Nairoby Perez

Perla Morales-Boteo

Tabitha Berduo-Chilel

Cody Hoofnagle

Vance Oudshoorn

Vernon Jenkins

Justin Costanza Ochoa

Benjamin Davis

Marvus Collins

Gracie Faulkner

Mai Pham

Da'Nia Thompson

Zyell Watts

Chris Guardado

Travion Turner

Andrew Eaton

Dane Glaeser

Madelyn Espil

Payton Tucker

Keily Perez Reyes

Josh Cordell

Conner Morris


Mrs. Miller

Pd. 1 - Magdy Velasquez Orozco

Pd. 3 - Fabiola Ventura Curz

Pd. 4 - Kevin Godinez Rodriguez


Mrs. Dvorak

Emma Beales

Gus Clark

Alayna Stafford

Quincy Simmons

Savannah Travis-Shuler

Claire Dixon

Hadley Eigenbrode

Robert Long

Connor Constantino

Maria Roblero Gomez


Mrs. Schreyer

Hatteras Ghrist, Silvana Gomez, Samantha Greenway, Jason White, Rayne Stafford, Maggie Ingram, Avalon Robuck.


Mrs. Mielke

Mattison Lewis


Mrs. SHILLING

Linda Ridgell

Gabriel Smullin

Brallen Phelps

Aaron Pritchett

Mabrey Jones

Marlee Butler

Kylie Martinez

Hailey Seale


Mrs. Rupp

Pd 1 US History: Delaney Hall

Pd 2 Contemporary Issues: Johnny Radcliffe

Pd 3 Contemporary Issues: Landen Connats

Mr. McCormick

Kim Morales

Ryan Snyder

Nolan Jones

"Excellent student, a pleasure to have in class

Veterans Day Program

SERVICE LEARNING OPPORTUNITY

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Clubs Fundraisers

Educators Rising

  • Educators Rising is hosting a Little Caesars fundraiser to help support our club throughout the remainder of this school year. Educators Rising is a group of students joined together that wish to become future educators. The kits will be delivered via FedEx directly to your doorstep and will be processed as soon as you place the order! The fundraiser begins November 1, 2022 and runs until January 30, 2023. If you wish to purchase and help support our fundraiser, the following link can take you to a general page for the entire group. https://fundraising.littlecaesars.com/fundraisers/support/47e77e6b-d13d-42ca-9277-dcae4b8637d6

Drama Presents

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Wellness Update

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Senior Class

Once again the Class of 2023 is selling Bulldog Cards. The Card is valid through 9/30/23 and includes discounts at the following locations:


Applebees -10% off

Dairy Queen - $3.00 off a cake

La Delzia - 10% off

Arby's - 10% off

Dominos - Buy 1 Large Pizza/Get 1 Free

Pizza Empire - 10% off

Bullocks - Free Kiddie Scoop

Substation - $1.00 off

Taco Bell - Free Medium Drink

Along with discounts at Curl Up & Dye, Sports Clip, Jiffy Lube, Wendy's, Valvoline, and Endless Summer Tanning


Cards are $10/each. Please email or see Mrs. Belay to pick up your cards. They make great stocking stuffers!

Seniors

Senior picture retake day

11/15 is senior picture retake day. This is just for yearbook photos for any senior who did not get one taken in August. Students who need to get a picture taken, and are not in the building due to Dual Enrollment/Internship, need to plan to be here and report to the auditorium as soon as they get to school.

Maryland State Financial Aid Application

The Maryland Higher Education Commission is happy to announce that the 2023-2024 Maryland State Financial Aid Application (MSFAA) is now available! Students can access the MSFAA through their MDCAPS accounts. Initial applicants must create a student login.

OSFA will begin to identify potentially eligible GA applicants based on the income information reported on the FAFSA/MSFAA from the 2021 tax year.

The 2023-2024 Guaranteed Access Grant (GA) has the following priority deadline dates:

· March 1, 2023 – Final deadline date to complete the 2023-2024 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Applicants can complete the FAFSA using the following link; https://studentaid.gov/.

· OSFA urges all applicants to complete the FAFSA as early as possible. The 2023-2024 FAFSA became available on October 1, 2022.

· March 15, 2023 – Priority filing date – all required documentation is due.

· Applicants who submit all required documents prior to March 15, 2022 will receive an award notification by April 15, 2023

· As a reminder, students will not be able to upload their high school transcript until after 01/01/2023.

· May 15, 2023 – Final date to submit all required documents.

· Applicants who do not submit all required documents by this date, become ineligible for the grant.

As a reminder, students will not be able to upload their high school transcript until after 01/01/2023.

Congratulations to the following seniors for being accepted to Salisbury University on our on-site admission day

Ava Barrett

Jessica Braden

Lily Rupp

Avalon Robuck

Joshua Braden

Matison Lewis

Macy Brandy

Lilly Welch

Sean Bunce

Lisseth Ixlaj-Fuentes

Tyliyah Strickland

Alyssa Berneski

Jordan Adams

Kirra Warner

Zoe Fretterd

Sherlin Santizo Morales

Amelia Willey

Kendra Timmons

Ingrid De La Cruz

Travis Turner

Adrienne Rodrigues

Grace Belay

Fajar Asim

Skyler Britton

Lily Thornton

Rebecca White

Zion Powell

Ryan Haught

Chris Ireland

Emma Dansker

Alexis Millard

Connor Kercheval

Taylor Tribbett

Lillian Williams

Charles Morgan

Kaitlyn Eaton

Carson Bishop

Kaitlyn Schlesner

Rashawn Samuel

Haley Wondrash

Sydney Kenintiz

Julia Hoggard

Dontay Warner

Hezaykyah Hynson

Athletics

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Bullying and Harassment reporting form

Administration and Guidance Counselors

Administration:

Mr. Matt Spiker - Principal (12th grade)

Ms. Erin Adams - Assistant Principal (9th grade)

Mr. Thomas Jefferson- Assistant Principal (11th grade)

Ms. Jeannine Necessary - Assistant Principal (10th grade)



Guidance Counselors:

Ms. Tricia Bolduc (9th grade)

Ms. Virginia Belay (A-D)

Ms. Lori Crisafulli (E-K)

Ms. Jackie Holtzman (L-Q)

Ms. Ann Ferkler (R-Z)



Technology issues please contact:

410-479-1464

support@ccpsstaff.org

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