New Tech News
Application deadline is Friday March 1st!!!! If you have a sibling of a current New Tech Learner (or graduate), you can apply here for the 2019-2020 school year.
Dates To Know
February 27th: FLEX day, 9:10am arrival
March 6th: FLEX day, 9:00am arrival
March 9th-17th: Spring Break
March 20th: Renaissance Lunch
March 27th: New Tech's Day Out (campus-wide field trip)
Seen at New Tech
5th Place at Wrestling State Tournament
CHS Women's Wrestling
Brooke Massaviol with the rest of the team! 2nd place overall!
Madrigals Compete in San Antonio
Scholastic Open Champions
267 medals were earned by the band in solo and ensemble competition!
Thank you to one of our graduates, Madi Holland, for sponsoring one of our learners for job shadowing at DHD Films
DECA State Tournament
32 New Tech High @ Coppell students competed at the DECA state Career Development Conference. Davis Dodd and Paul Chinnam were state finalists in the Financial Services Team Event. Katelyn Canizares was a state finalist for the Integrated Marketing Campaign. Sikyra Castle was voted into office as the 2019-2020 Texas DECA President. Sikyra Castle, Cosette Chiv and Sruti Iyer (Juniors) advanced to the International Career Development Conference with their Public Relations Plan. Anekah Kelley (Freshman) and Rylie Kennedy (Junior) advanced to the career development conference with their integrated marketing campaign. The Chapter won overall awards for Community Service Project, Global Entrepreneurship and DECA Promotional Campaign. In addition, the NTH@C chapter was awarded 2nd place for the Best "It Can Wait" Social Media Campaign.
Nothing Bundt Cakes Fundraiser
Note from the Nurse
Influenza activity is increasing throughout Dallas County. As in past influenza seasons, the health and safety of all learners is a priority for New Tech. Since flu can spread easily from person to person, we need your help to prevent cases of flu in students and staff. It is important for all to take the following precautions at this time:
- Monitor the health of your learner by checking for fever and other flu symptoms every morning. Symptoms of flu usually include fever with cough or sore throat, and sometimes runny nose, body aches, headache, vomiting or diarrhea.
- Staff and learners with symptoms of the flu must stay at home and cannot return to school until they no longer have fever of 100 degrees or higher (without the use of fever reducing medications), diarrhea, or vomiting for at least 24 hours.
- Ill learners should be encouraged to drink plenty of clear fluids to keep from becoming dehydrated.
- Remind all household members to wash their hands with soap and water or use hand sanitizer regularly, cover their cough with their elbow or sleeve, and to avoid touching their face.
- Have all eligible household members vaccinated for influenza.
More information on how to take care of a sick child is available at:
Let's Keep New Tech Healthy!
Senior Event Information
Please see the document linked here for information regarding senior events this semester. The information entailed includes the senior essentials package (senior/parent dinner and graduation included), senior day, prom, and project graduation. You or your senior are able to purchase these items through the front office, or through the PTSO website. Here is the link for all of the information: google doc.
If you have any questions, comments, or concerns, please contact Nikki Smith at email@example.com.
Lost your photo ID?
Students who have lost their ID cards can go to our website legacystudios.com at the top of the paige says ID cards they can choose that option and order an ID, it will ship to their home for $5.00.