'In the Loop'

News Bulletin for Newark Vocational High School

February Tenth through Seventeenth

Text "@newarkv" to (862) 373-1943 for school alerts

Purpose

The intent of our new "In the Loop" weekly bulletin is to keep our faculty, students and parents informed about events at Newark Vocational High School. Information on testing, special events, athletics, field trips and programs with our community partners will be shared weekly. If you have news or information that will support our mission, please email the information to: mghahramani@nps.k12.nj.us-Jermaine E. Kamau, Principal

2014 New Jersey Idea Competition {FYI}

Students are given the challenge to submit an idea to a panel of judges who are experts in innovation and entrepreneurship. Students with the most innovative ideas will be awarded cash prizes and recognized at our awards ceremony on March 28th at which they can network with other creative students from throughout the state. The perks:1. Recognition for your original idea at Fairleigh Dickinson University's annual awards ceremony2. Prize money and awards (over $13,500 available in cash prizes)3. Publicity through traditional and social media4. Looks great on your resume and college application5. You may be eligible for extra credit at your schoolHere is the link to the informational poster and application.  For more information please visit www.fdu.edu/businessidea.

Share with Students: NJPAC Young Artist Institute & Jazz for Teens - Open Registration

The Eagle’s Café PRESENTS:

 “BREAKFAST ON THE GO”STARTING TUESDAY, JANUARY 28, 2014. DANISH, MUFFINS, BISCUITS COFFEE / TEA $1.00 A’ LA CARTE TEACHERS’ LOUNGE CAFÉ TUESDAY – FRIDAY “1st and 2nd Periods”

Keeping Your Students Focused the Last Hour of the School Day

http://www.smartclassroommanagement.com/2013/11/02/how-to-keep-your-students-focused-the-last-hour-of-the-school-day/

Student Athletics

One Newark - Enrollment Opens this Month Encourage students and familie to register!

Vision: One NewarkOne Newark is a community-wide agenda to ensure all students are in excellent schools and thriving communities and are on the path to excel in college and 21st century careers. Out of 100 schools in Newark, only about 20 are good. One Newark’s commitment is to ensure our children have 100 excellent schools.We will accomplish this through strategies around Excellence, Equity, and Efficiency.

A MESSAGE FROM CHILD STUDY TEAM

Special Education and Inclusion

By Sue Watson

The inclusive classroom means that all students have the right to feel safe, supported and included at school and in the regular classroom as much as possible. There is ongoing debate about placing students completely in the regular classroom. Views from both parents and educators can create a great deal of anxiety and passion. However, most students today are placed in agreement with both parents and educators. Often, the placement will be the regular classroom as much as possible with some cases where alternatives are selected. click here for full story

http://specialed.about.com/od/teacherstrategies/a/incl.htm

Motivating Children For Better Results

Friday, Feb. 7th, 10am

301 West Kinney Street

Newark, NJ

For the School Year

Parenting Workshop

Is your child working to their full potential?

Is your child motivated?

Do all of your school conversations end up in screaming matches?


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Come enjoy an interactive workshop while learning more parenting tips and strategies for success in school and home

With Parenting Coach/Expert Kumari Ghafoor-Davis, MSW

Owner of Optimistic Expectations &

Author of Real Talk: Ten Parenting Strategies to Raise Confident Successful Children

“Motivating Children For Better Results”

Parent Workshop

Cost is FREE to parents!

Location: Newark Vocational-February 7th, 2014 @ 10:00 AM

RSVP: Tynesha Morris- 973-733-7018


BUILDING HEALTHY RELATIONSHIPS

Tuesday, Feb. 11th, 11am

301 West Kinney Street

Newark, NJ

NEWARK VOCATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL PRESENTS:BUILDING HEALTHY RELATIONSHIPS IN FAMILIES THE“DOMESTIC”  PARTDOESN’T MATTERVIOLENCEISVIOLENCE THE“DOMESTIC”  PARTDOESN’T MATTERVIOLENCEISVIOLENCE GUEST PRESENTERS:YOUTH ADVOCATE PROGRAM-DANNY BELLAMYMY SISTER’S LIGHTHOUSE-JACQUELINE LIMEHOUSECEO/FOUNDER DOMESTIC VIOLENCE ADVOCATEFOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT  973-733-7018