New Tech News
October 22, 2017
Important Dates Coming Up
- October 23-27- Red Ribbon Week (see theme days below)
- October 24th- Picture Retake Day
- October 25th- Full flex day (learners will pick their schedules again)
- October 26th- Punkin Chunkin and Haunted House
- November 1st- ACT Aspire test for all Sophomores (test is paid for by district)
- November 3rd- Renaissance Lunch
- November 6th- Ending the Silence program for parents in the cafeteria at 6:30pm
- November 8th- 1:20-1:50 Veteran's Day Program
Red Ribbon Week Dress Up Days
Job Shadowing and Internship Hosting- Help Wanted!
Dear New Tech Parents,
We are looking for help in providing job shadowing experiences for our junior and senior learners. As part of our graduation requirements learners participate in career exploration by shadowing professionals in an occupation of their choice. Learners and their families are primarily responsible for finding these opportunities but several have requested help in this process.
If you, or someone you know, would be willing to host a learner for 10 to 15 hours at your place of business, please let me know! We have students interested in a variety of careers, so any occupation could be a possibility for a valuable experience for a learner. In particular, we have a large number of learners who want to shadow in the areas of programming or game design, engineering, medicine, law, graphic design, business/finance and psychology. Thank you for your support as we work to ensure our graduates are college and career ready.
New Tech High@Coppell
Click on this link to learn more about the science demonstrations for younger learners at our Punkin Chunkin.
Seen at NTH@C this week: Togas and Taboos
National Alliance on Mental Illness Presentations
As a follow up to the learner and staff presentations on October 18th, NAMI is offering a parent program. The programs that NAMI offers for school are titled Ending the Silence and the parent version is November 6th at 6:30pm. The Ending the Silence program covers different levels of information for different constituents. The learner presentation includes:
- Mental health and awareness for high school aged youth
- Presentation from a NAMI-trained team including a young adult living in recovery with a mental health condition
- Teaches youth the early warning sings of mental health conditions and suicide
- Provides resources and tools to help the youth, friends or family members who may be experiencing symptoms of a mental health condition
For more information, here is the link to the Ending the Silence information on the NAMI webpage: http://www.namidallas.org/ending-the-silence.html
NTH@C Yearbook is excited to be gearing up for our 10th Anniversary as a school. Please watch the following the video from our yearbook staff. The book is currently $60 but will but be going up.
Help FUZE Win a Video Contest!!!!
Below are the links for the video contest that Fuze is competing in. Votes/Likes are 20% of the competition. You can also vote as many times as you like.
New Tech High @ Coppell – Don’t Be Scammed by This Guy: https://www.bbbvideocontest.org/dallas/video/dont-be-scammed-by-this-guy/
New Tech High @ Coppell – Fixer Upper: https://www.bbbvideocontest.org/dallas/video/fixer-upper/
New Tech High @ Coppell – Ore-OH NO: https://www.bbbvideocontest.org/dallas/video/ore-oh-no/
Please use this link if you would like to make a donation to the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society through our campus.
Cross Country sweeps District 9-6A Championship Meet
Thursday, October 12 the Coppell Cross Country team competed in the District 9-6A Championship Meet. The Meet proved to be an exciting conclusion to the regular 2017 Cross Country season. All of the teams brought back a 1st place District 9-6A Championship trophy.
Junior Maddie Hulcy took 1st place overall in the Girls Varsity division with a time of 18:56.1. Chloe Hassman (19:22.3) placed 2nd, Morgan Colon (19:51.6) was 4th, Rowan Hassman in 5th, and Natalie Fleming finished in 6th giving Coppell a remarkable team score of 18.
Senior Matteo Agui-D’Arrigo placed 2nd overall in the Boys Varsity division in a time of 16:39.3. Rounding out the top five finishers for Coppell were juniors; Nathaniel Leach (16:49.2) in 3rd, Kaz Carlsen-Phelan (16:59.2) in 4th, Justin Chow in 5th, and Marcos Bohn in 8th place.
Sophomore Taylor Peltier placed 1st overall in the Girls Junior Varsity division with a time of 20:33.1. Shelby Spoor (20:56.4) took 2nd, Jimena Benavides (21:07.4) was 4th, Sarah Mobley in 5th, and Dani Alfaro Flores in 6th place gave Coppell another extraordinary team score of 18.
Junior Grant Evans took 1st place overall in the Boys Junior Varsity division in a time of 17:26.6. He was closely followed by Grant Reese (17:41.4) in 2nd, AJ Rothwell (17:54.5) in 3rd, Santiago Escalante in 4th, and Drew Scrivner in 5th. The JV Boys captured a perfect 15 team score.The Girls and Boys Varsity teams will move on to the Region 2-6A Championship Meet. The Region 2-6A Meet will be held at Lynn Creek Park in Grand Prairie on Monday, October 23. Four teams out of a field of 24 will move on to state, as well as, the top ten individual runners not already going with a team. Congratulations and Best of Luck at the Region Championship.
Haunted House Donations Needed
The New Tech High @ Coppell Haunted House will be taking place on October 26th from 6:30-9:30 pm! The Learner Leadership Council and Networking Team Captains are working together to organize the event this year and are asking for donations for the various rooms at the Haunted House. If you have any of the items below or have gift cards of any value to Ace Hardware, Lowes and/or Home Depot that you are willing to donate to NTH@C for this event, please email Brendon Wu at email@example.com!
· Anything doll related (Antique dolls, Barbie Dolls, Plastic Babies/Dolls)
· Glass jars or mason jars
· Antique Dresser
· Rocking chair
· Old Toys
· Wooden Table
· Fake Halloween Chains
· PVC Pipes
· Straight Jacket Halloween Costumes
· Fog Machine(s)
· Old Clothing (Preferably long-sleeve shirts & long pants, no short-sleeves/shorts)
· Clown Costumes
· Small stool(s) (Wooden or Plastic)
· Hula Hoops
· Plastic Butchers Knifes (Ex. Meat Cleavers)
· Fake Skulls
· Plastic Body Parts (Heads, Limbs, Organs)
· Medical Scrubs
· Fake Scientist Tools (Beakers/Flasks, Microscopes, Etc.)
· Rubber Gloves
· Large Living Room lamp
· Spider Decorations
Spring Dual Credit Dates
Below are some important dates for Spring Dual Credit registration. More information will be coming out in the next week or two, but go ahead and put these dates on your calendars:
-Priority Registration(current students) starts 11/14/17
-Regular Registration(new students) starts 11/20/17
-Last day for TSI testing 12/01/17
-Registration ends 1/06/18
-Classes begin 1/16/18
Please use this calendar to help you determine if days are A days, B days or Workshop and Wonderful Wednesdays.