Norco Cougar Tracks

October 14, 2022

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Monday, October 17, 2022

Tuesday, October 18, 2022

MINIMUM DAY - Students released at 12:45pm

6:00pm Academic Letter & Lamp Awards Ceremony (3.6 GPA both semesters last school year)

  • 4:00pm, 5:00pm Boys Water Polo @ Santiago (League Carousel Round 1)
  • 4:00pm Girls Tennis vs. MLK

Wednesday, October 19, 2022

Late Start Day - School Starts at 9:50am


  • 10:30am Girls Golf @ League Prelims (Los Serranos Country Club South)

Thursday, October 20, 2022


  • 12:00pm Girls Golf @ League Finals (Los Serranos Country Club South)
  • 4:00pm Boys Water Polo @ Santiago (League Carousel Round 2)
  • 4:00pm Girls Tennis @ Roosevelt
  • 4:00pm Freshmen Football vs. Chaparral (Buy Tickets HERE)
  • 6:30pm Junior Varsity Football vs. Chaparral (Buy Tickets HERE)

Friday, October 21, 2022

7:00pm Choir Concert (PAC)


  • 7:00pm Varsity Football @ Chaparral (Buy Tickets HERE)

Saturday, October 22, 2022

8:00am-12:00pm Academic Saturday School (various classrooms, check social media later in the week for classroom locations)

7:00pm Choir Concert (PAC)

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Cut off time for checking out a student early is 3:00 pm

(30 minutes prior to the bell at the end of the day) - no exceptions.


  • To check out your student out of school early - a parent/guardian or the individual(s) listed on the students' emergency contacts are the ONLY allowed persons that may sign out the student in the attendance office. Individual MUST be present and have a photo ID Card or passport for verification as student safety is our utmost concern.
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California now requires all high school seniors to complete the Free Application for Student Aid, FAFSA, or the California Dream Act Application, CADAA . Beginning in October, counselors across the district will be involved in assisting all senior students in completion of the FAFSA or CADAA as required by the state of California. The FAFSA and CADAA are the applications for federal and state student aid that help students pay for college.

CLICK HERE to learn about FAFSA or CADAA

Senior Graduation Photos

Seniors: Don't forget to book your graduation picture appoint with Cherished Memories. CLICK HERE for more details.

SENIORS: CLICK HERE to book your Senior Photo Appointment.

Scholarships for Norco High Students

The Career Center and Counseling Department work hand-in-hand to find qualifying scholarships offered to our Norco High School Seniors. Each year we update the Scholarship Handbook and make it available to all of our Seniors. Seniors who are awarded scholarship awards are recognized at the Senior Awards Night held in May of each academic year.

Go to Google Classroom and join with the code: yvnadmr

Or google classroom invite link (because it's a google classroom):

Class of 2023 Scholarship Google Classroom

CLICK HERE to access scholarship information.

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Norco High FFA Named Premier Chapter, Growing Leaders Finalists

Two Norco High Future Farmers of America (FFA) students, Ashely and Kimmy, interviewed with the National Chapter of FFA and received national recognition for Norco FFA's Fake & Fatal project. Congratulations to the Norco High FFA Chapter!

There were over 700 applications received in the National Chapter application process. The application highlighted three different activities that FFA members participated in. Activities included leadership development, scholarship information, and the Fake & Fatal project

CLICK HERE for the CNUSD Connection Article.

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Dual Enrollment - Norco College

Visit the Career Center on Tuesdays and Thursdays during lunch for more information on how to earn college credit for FREE while you are still in high school.
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FREE Online Tutoring

Students (and adults) now have access to 24/7 live tutoring through CA Public Library HelpNow. Link to access tutoring:
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Credit Recovery Opportunity

If you are in need to repeat or receive a better grade in a Language Arts, Social Science, or Health course, see your counselor to enroll in 7th period Credit Recovery.
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Enroll in Work Experience

Have a job? Want to get graduation credit for working? See Coach Chastain in R13 for more details.
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Have an interest in aviation?

Always dreamed of becoming a pilot! The Air Force is funding scholarships to attend private pilot training at public/private universities during the summer of 2023. The application window is open until November 14, 2022. Interested students must contact Major Lorkowski in J-14.
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SCVA Regional Honor Choir

Congratulations to the following 7 choir students who auditioned into the SCVA Regional Honor Choir. We are so proud of you all!

  • Conner Risolo (12)

  • Camilla Vidal (12)
  • Jackie *Alyx* Difilippo (11)
  • Liam Ayers (12)
  • AJ Gonzalez (12)
  • Angela Vargas (12)
  • Emma Vazquez (12)


October is Breast Cancer Awareness month. In support of all those who have been affected by breast cancer, we will wear pink on Fridays in October.
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ACS - Pink Merchandise

American Cancer Society Club is selling Pink merchandise! On sale will be t-shirts, socks, bracelets & lanyards that support American Cancer Society and Support Sisterz!
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Unity Camp

The next district wide Unity Camp will be November 4-6, 2022. Enjoy a weekend of leadership training, getting to know other students, and building community through social justice. The camp is in Running Springs and it is free to you. Please stop by N209 for an application. All applications are due back to Ms. Strong (N209) by Oct 18th. If you have any question please see Ms. Strong or email her at

Student ID Cards

ALL Norco High School students MUST have their physical ID on them at all times while on campus. If students cannot produce their current 22-23 Norco High School student ID card when asked, the following will occur:

  • Sent immediately to Attendance Office
  • Verify they are a current student
  • Receive a NEW ID card
  • $10 obligation will be placed on their Norco student account.

Thank you for helping us keep Norco High School a safe and positive learning environment for all.

Front Office Drop Offs

In order to ensure school safety, drop offs in the front office are limited to ACADEMIC related drop offs. This means that ONLY homework or projects may be left in the office with the receptionist. Students will not be called out of class to collect drop off items. Items that are NOT allowed to be dropped off are:

  • Sealed Bags
  • Medication (contact health clerk if this is a need)
  • Cell Phones
  • Balloons
  • Flowers
  • Money
  • Wallets/Purses
  • Gifts
  • Food

Thank you in advance for keeping our front office a place of business.

No Food Delivery Services Accepted

Norco High School does NOT allow students to receive ANY Food Delivery at any time during the school day (including but not limited to; Uber Eats, Doordash, Grub Hub, etc.) Students are NOT allowed to order food and have it delivered to our campus. Deliveries will be turned away.

If you are the parent/guardian of a Norco student, you are still welcomed to drop food off for lunch to your student(s). Here is your process:

  • Check in to the Attendance Office with your California State ID.
  • Attendance clerks will verify you in our student information system.
  • You will need to notify your student to pick up the delivery. Students will not be allowed to leave class to retrieve items. They will need to come during lunch.
  • Parent/guardian will need to wait in attendance office until students retrieves delivery.


All CNUSD students will receive free meals regardless of their eligibility for the 2022-23 school year.

Please note: Parents are still encouraged to fill out the free or reduced meals application as you may qualify for additional services, such as waived SAT/PSAT fees, CalWORKS, and more. Click here to learn more about the free or reduced meal program.
Click Here to Complete the Meal Application!

We encourage ALL of our families to complete a meal application. You never know what your student may qualify for.

CNUSD Parent-Student Handbook

The State of California requires that all school districts provide parents and guardians with certain notices from the California Code of Regulations, the California Education Code and other laws and regulations relative to the operation of our local public school system. Throughout the year you will receive additional important information from your child’s school. Questions concerning the content of the Parent-Student Handbook should be directed to the principal of the student’s school of attendance or contact the Department of Student Services at (951) 736- 5111. We encourage you to visit your child’s school and to communicate frequently with the teachers and other staff members.


CLICK HERE to view our Amazon Wish List to support students & staff.

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Choir Concert

Be sure to join us on Friday, October 21 and Saturday, October 22 for the first choir concert of the year. This "Determination" concert is filled with music that speaks to us about being determined to be our best each day of our lives.
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Zen Den Activities

*The Zen Den activity starts approximately 10 minutes into lunch.

Wednesday = Progressive Muscle Relaxation with Ms. Mong

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Lake Norconian 5k Run/Walk, Saturday, October 29, 8am @ Norco College

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CIF State - Sportsmanship: "Be the Change"
NFHS Sportsmanship Course

Sportsmanship is the foundation for interscholastic sports and activities. In this course, you will learn the definition of sportsmanship and highlights of what good sportsmanship looks and sounds like. FREE COURSE - CLICK HERE

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Attention Class of 2023

Cash for College Webinar Registration link. Don’t delay

It's not too soon to be thinking about your plans for the Fall of 2023. With that in mind, and whether your plans are the workforce, the military, community college, or university, financial aid may be on your mind and not in your bank account.

Register for one of the California Student Aid Commission, CSAC, Statewide Cash for College Webinar virtual events. Don't delay, the sooner you file your FAFSA/CADAA the better!

Have questions about FAFSA or CADAA? Attend one of our CSAC Statewide Cash for College Webinars! These webinars will provide students and their families with information on the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and California Dream Act Application (CADAA).

All students, families, and guardians are welcome! Bring your questions!

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Friday, November 11, 2022

NO SCHOOL - Veteran's Day

Tuesday, November 15, 2022

MINIMUM DAY - Dismissal at 12:45pm

Monday, November 21-Friday, November 25

NO SCHOOL - Thanksgiving Break
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The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline has a new three-digit dialing code, 988, which will connect individuals with trained counselors who can provide support and resources. The current Lifeline number will remain available. For more information CLICK HERE.
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PSTA Online Membership

You can now join NHS PTSA easily on the TOTEM online e-membership system. CLICK HERE

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