Week of May 9th- May 13th
"At NCHS every student graduates college and career ready with 21st century skills."
Message from the Principal's Desk
Bulldog students and families,
Students who participated in the Fall/Winter Semester 1 HSA Government Assessment: Individual Score Reports were distributed on Friday during 4th period to all students who participated in the HSA Assessment first semester. Please have your student share this report with you. Please contact Mrs. Adams at NCHS if you have any questions.
Seniors only have 15 day left and underclassman have 28 days left. Please make sure you are meeting with your teachers and turning in any missing assignments. Seniors make sure you have completed all of your service learning hours and pass all of your classes.
May 17-Q4 Interims Issued
May 20- Class comp.
May 21- Prom
May 22- Senior Baccalaureate
May 23- Choir Spring Concert
May 24- Student rights fair
May 24- Senior Scholarship night (Auditorium 6:00pm)
May 26- Senior Awards night (Auditorium 6:00pm)
May 27-1/2 Day
May 30-No School-Memorial Day
May 31- Graduation practice and picnic
June 1- Graduation (Stadium 6:00pm)
June 16-Last Day for Students (1/2 Day)
June 17-Last Day for Teachers
BARKS to my 10th grade students for working hard while reading Shakespeare's "The Tempest"!
BARKS to my Creative Writing class for all of their efforts so far to create the literary magazine.
for epitomizing the meaning of BARK every single day in class. These students are always respectful, responsible and conscientious.
The entire cast & crew of the Sound of Music. For working incredibly hard each and every day to put on the best show possible.
BARKS to Fernando Berduo, Yeynifer Escalante Perez, Irendira Fuentes, Antony Merida Saucedo, Alejandra Morales Berduo, Brayan Perez Velazquez, Kerlin Reina Bamaca, Selvin Tomas Domingo, Daniela Tomas Reynoso Suceny, Bernabe Velasquez Ortiz, Suani Dionicio Bautista, Oliser Escalante Morales, Alex Fuentes, Queyli Hernandez, Jose Rivera, Agusto Perez, Jade Perez Rodas, Uriel Roblero, Oneyda Santizo Perez, Madelinne de Leon Bamaca, Anderson Roblero Ortiz, and Magdy Velasquez Orozco.
Esmeralda Temaj- for being a rockstar and getting ALL work turned in and keeping up on your grades even when it is hard for you!
Hemy Perez- for always being willing to help out!
Aida Ramirez- for being amazing and willing to help me out when asked!
Nolan Jones, Katlyn Seehafer, Garrett Vogt, Grace Herrell, Herlyn Ramirez Mazariegos
Periods 2 and 3 AP Psychology students for working so hard this semester and on the exam!
Garret Vogt for showing empathy and kindness!
Jeremiah Nichols for putting in some extra work!
Anthony Blottenberger for always being cooperative and never complaining.
Connor Christopher and Brooke Haught
Outstanding Government Students
Victor Guzman Becerra
Acted Responsibly: Dontay Warner, Henry Thayer, Makayla Scharf, Makela Jackson
Showed Respect for Everyone: Julia Hoggard, Leslie Monter Casio, Lily Thornton
"Great student, a pleasure to have in class"
English 10 Barks
Speech & Pres. Barks
Huge Barks and thank you to Sarah Luerson and Alayna Stafford for organizing amazing Teacher Appreciation Week gifts from SGA!
BARK goes to Alexiz Korell. She has made a massive turn around since the 3rd quarter in her demeanor, work ethic, and her focus! She went from having a D last quarter to now holding a high A in my class. She has also taken it upon herself to try and help her fellow classmate Wisdom finish assignments that on his own he was not doing. She has truly become a joy to have in class after having a very rough start to the 2nd semester. She is starting to see value in what she is doing in school and it definitely shows in her work and work ethic in class. Fingers crossed she continues this trend not only through the end of the year but that it carries over to next year as well.
BARKs to the following students for working hard and being persistent:
To all my AP Calculus students for working so hard all year!
Special student BARKs
Students of the month
Congratulations to everyone on a job well done!!!
If you see any of these students, please take the time to congratulate them. Especially our partners. They are wonderful with our athletes.
Bayside scholar athlete
Teacher Appreciation Week
Special education 5th Annual Staff Celebration
A huge thank you to our amazing cafeteria staff
NCHS Drama club Present
16 DAYS until you dance Under the Stars!
Prizes awarded every 15 minutes starting at 8:15. Prizes include Cash Prizes every hour,gift cards to various local businesses (Subway, tanning, Sam's Pizza, Chik-fil-A, Easton Movie Theatre, In Japan, Taco Bell, McDonalds, Rita;s Italian Ice and many many more). Prizes also include Gas Cards and Cornhole Boards. The later the night...the bigger the prize so plan to stay until the end for your chance to win a 55 inch tv or up to a $300 cash prize at 11:00 pm. You must be present to win!
Grand March Tickets can be bought with Prom tickets next week during lunch. Tickets for Grand March are $5 each and are needed for audience members only (bring your parents, siblings, aunts, uncles, cousins, and neighbors). Prom Couples do not need to purchase tickets to participate. Grand March is optional, but lots of fun and a great opportunity to show off.
All Grand March and Prom Tickets will be sold May 9th-13th during lunch.
Single ticket -$30
Couple tickets- $50
Grand March will start at 7:00 pm in the auditorium, participating students should plan on arriving by 6:45 for line up. The Prom will follow at 8:00 pm.
Join our team!
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: