Lancer Family News 11/29 - 12/10

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Upcoming Events/Meetings

12/1 - Late Start Schedule

12/3 - Winter Holiday Concert at 6:00 PM. Enjoy some hot chocolate and festive music.

12/4 - City of Norwalk Tree Lighting featuring our NHS Band

12/7-12-9 - Study & Snacks - Final Exam Study Hall hosted by Link Crew

12/8 - Winter Festival - Club Lunch Fair

12/9 - 8th grade Family Night (in person - see below)

12/10 - Alumni Day

12/10 - Stuff-a-Bus

12/13 - Virtual 8th grade meeting (see below)

12/15 - Virtual 8th grade meeting (see below)

12/15 - Final Exams (0,1,3,5,7)

12/16 - Final Exams (0,2,4,6,7)

12/16 - Medical Academy Alumni Day (Science Area)

12/16 - END OF 1st semester


12/17-1/2/22 - Winter Break


12/1-12/4 - NHS/JGHS Basketball Tournament

12/6 - Boys Basketball Bellflower Tournament

12/8 - Boys and Girls Wrestling vs. JGHS

Blood Drive Success!

It was a busy day last November and our NHS blood drive was the most successful blood drive since 2015.

Our community collected 152 pints of blood! The hospital shared that there is currently a severe shortage of blood and were VERY gracious to our campus, our students, and our community!

Water Bottle Giveaway

Thank you to all of our students and families who worked hard to get to each class on time between 11/8-11/19. We were able to hand out over 1200 filtered water bottles on Wednesday, 12/1. Students were excited and appreciated the water bottle they received. The water bottle is estimated at a value between $20-$40 each so enjoy grabbing fresh water from our water fountains on campus!

All students who did not earn one will be eligible to earn one during a secondary attendance drive open only to students who did not earn one the first time. More information to come in January!

Finals Schedule

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8th grade Family Night

Do you have an incoming 8th grade student? We are hosting a family information night for all incoming 8th grade students. Please join us to see all the amazing programs that Norwalk High School has to offer!
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8th grade Virtual Meet & Greet

Please join us VIRTUALLY to meet the NHS admin team and counselors. Please learn about how to choose classes for next year.
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The Voice - November 2021

Check out our student newspaper. Here is their November issue. We are so very proud of hard work that our students put into our school newspaper. Take a look to see what was shared with students in Schoology just before the break.

Senior Graduation Packages

City of Norwalk Tree Lighting - featuring the Lancer Band

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Parent Leadership Team Meeting

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Angel Tree & Stuff-A-Bus

4th period teacher were given the opportunity to participate in Angel Tree with the city of Norwalk. ASB will collect your wrapped gifts on Friday, December 3rd. Please find out if your teacher is participating. If you'd like to donate to the city, feel free to drop off any items to the front office or to Room 555.

It is a multi tradition for Norwalk High School to host our STuff-A-Bus event and this year's event will be at lunch on Friday, 12/10! We ask all families are who financially able to donate an unwrapped toy to help us literally STUFF A BUS. This event is in collaboration with the City of Norwalk and Transportation services. All toys collected will support families who live in the city of Norwalk.


ISing! Please support the vocal department at NHS! Give that sweet tooth of yours something to enjoy this holiday season!

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Thank you for your commitment to our safety measures throughout the pandemic. As we continue to implement systems for safety and in close alignment with the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health, the District COVID-19 Compliance Team has developed a new protocol to follow when students are ill with possible COVID-19 symptoms. Please review the NLMUSD Student Symptom Decision Tree and Return-to-School Guidance documents by clicking this link.

Here are some highlights:

  • Effective this Monday, November 1, 2021, students who have one (1) or more “Group A” symptoms or two (2) or more “Group B” symptoms must stay home or be sent home (if already at school). Note: Group A symptoms have been determined by health experts to be most prevalent among children who have been diagnosed with COVID-19.
  • Parents/guardians will need to select one of the following options before their student can return to school:
    1. Take student to a medical provider
      • If the doctor confirms symptoms are unrelated to COVID-19, student can return to school within 10 days with a doctor’s note/clearance.
    2. Have student take an approved COVID-19 test
      • If negative, student can return within the 10-day isolation period.
      • If positive, student must stay home and isolate for at least 10 days.
    3. Keep student home for 10 days
      • A COVID-19 test or a doctor’s note are not required to return on Day 11 or after.
  • Parents will return the completed Return-to-School Guidance document to indicate which option they chose and attach a doctor’s note (for Option 1) or a copy of the negative test (for Option 2). Option 3 does not require documentation; however, student cannot return until Day 11 of isolation at the earliest.
  • For all three options, the student must be fever-free without fever-reducing medication for 24 hours and have improved symptoms.
  • Student will be marked “K” in PowerSchool for their isolation period. If the student returns early with a doctor’s note or negative test, the student will be provided with a note from the office to confirm that the student is cleared to return to class or the teacher will receive confirmation directly.
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Tutoring Opportunities

On campus:

  • Lancer Study Center is open on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursday from 3:15-4:30pm. More information is available on Schoology in the 'Class of' groups


  • get 1:1 support in a secure online classroom in over 50 subjects. Just have your student log in to their NLMUSD Schoology account, click on the App icon and select to allow your student to get academic support anytime, 24/7, with a live expert tutor
  • Khan Academy: All students can access the full Khan Academy site through Clever.
We have a wonder group of parents who help provide activities, experiences, and scholarships for students throughout the school year. PTSA helps support our amazing VAPA program and they regularly volunteer to help the school run smoothly. At the very least, we would love for you to join PSTA. Membership is easy and helps contribute to the overall success of our programs. Please use the purple link below to join or scan the QR code.

You can also come to campus and ask for a PTSA envelope to be placed onto the PTSA mailbox for $10 per membership.

President- Lien Hunter

Vice President- Lydia Wackerman

Treasurer- Millie Casillas

Secretary- Paul Wackerman

Membership- Vivian Johnson

Historian- Melissa Martinez

Social Media Accounts

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NHS Expectations & Goals

Below you will find the expectations that our staff has created for ourselves and the goals that we have for all Lancers.

Norwalk High School Vision

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Regular Schedule & Late Start Schedules

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