New Tech News

November 10th, 2019

Dates To Know

  • November 11th: Wear Red, White, and Blue for Veteran's Day

  • November 20th: New Tech Gives Back (school-wide field trip)

  • November 21st: Poetry Out Loud @ the Cozby Library at 6:30pm

  • November 23rd-December 1st: Off for Thanksgiving
  • December 10th: Poetry Slam
  • December 10th-December 12th: STAAR retakes for eligible learners
  • December 20th: Early Release Day
  • December 21st-January 5th: Winter Break

Seen at New Tech

Lee Elementary and NTH@C Selected as Apple Distinguished Schools

Richard J. Lee Elementary and New Tech High @ Coppell are two of only 15 schools in Texas that have been selected as Apple Distinguished Schools for 2019-2021. Both Lee and New Tech were recognized for their continuous innovation in learning, teaching and the school environment. According to the company, Apple Distinguished Schools are considered some of the most innovative schools in the world, as only 470 schools in 34 countries receive this distinction. Lee and New Tech also received this recognition for 2017-2019.

New Tech Was in the News!

Please click the link below to see the NBC5 Carter in the Classroom segment on our annual Punkin Chunkin. The weather didn't work out for our evening Punkin Chunkin launching, but it made for a great segment for TV!

Parent Volunteers Needed for New Tech Gives Back

New Tech Gives Back is a community service field trip that happens on Wednesday, November 20th from 9-2. On this field trip learners will be traveling to various community service locations throughout the DFW metroplex. We need parent chaperones to lead groups of 10-15 at each of the locations. If you are interested in volunteering, please email Chloe Spellicy (

New Learners for 2020-2021

I feel like I start talking about this earlier and earlier every year, but our calls into the school for next school are already increasing so we are getting this information out now. Please go to the website for all information related to next year. If you have a legacy learner, the application can also be found through this main link. If you don't have another learner arriving but have a friend who is interested... please pass this on!
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Dual Credit Registration for Spring by November 15th

The dual credit registration process for Spring 2020 is changing a little so please read the following information carefully and pay attention to deadlines. ALL FORMS must be turned in by 11/15 at 4pm.

Below are the steps that you need to follow. DO NOT skip any steps:

  1. Decide whether or not you are taking Dual Credit in the Spring. If yes, then continue. If no, then stop here.
  2. Determine what course(s) you will take in the Spring. See page 26 in the course guide HERE for approved courses. Go HERE for the North Lake course catalog.
  3. Go HERE and complete the dual credit interest form for NTH@C
  4. Print off the attached dual credit packet and follow the listed steps (skip any of the next 3 steps if you have already completed in the past).
    1. Apply to NL if not already applied
    2. Set up your eConnect account
    3. Take the TSI if not exempt (see exemption criteria in packet)
      • DO NOT move ahead until ALL of the above completed
  5. Complete the following forms from packet
    1. Enrollment form - You MUST include the section number
    2. Consent to Emergency Treatment form
    3. FERPA Release and Registration by Proxy
  6. Turn in all forms to the box outside my office door.

Once all of the above is complete I will turn the forms in to North Lake for registration in your classes. If everything is completed correctly, then you will not have to go to North Lake to register for your class.

Please let me know if you have any questions.

Again, ALL FORMS must be turned in by 11/15 at 4pm.

Thank you,


Front Loop Parking Reminder

Please be aware that we have a couple of reserve parking spots in the front loop for learners. These are parking spots that they bid on and paid for at our annual Spring Fling and we need your help to honor that. Please be advised that some learners have early and late release and so an open reserved spot may mean the learner has not arrived to school yet.

Thank you!

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CEF Education Foundation Grants

The Coppell ISD education foundation as a new process for funding grants this year and we want to make sure you have the opportunity to help fund grants that you support. Please see the links below for the grants submitted by our campus.
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Senior Ads in the Yearbook

Hello Senior Class and Senior Parents -

Now’s your chance to purchase your senior ad!

A quarter page ad is $80, a half page is $160, and a full page is $300.

Here is the form to reserve your spot:

All money for Senior Ads is due before Winter Break (December 20th)! You can send cash or a check to school with your learner or payment can be accepted in the front office.

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Future Testing Accommodation Information

NTH@C College Board and ACT Testing Accommodations

Application Process and Forms

A student with a documented disability may be eligible for accommodations on College Board tests (SAT, SAT Subject Tests, PSAT, and AP exams) and the ACT. The school does not automatically apply for students to receive accommodations, but will assist families once the request is made to begin the process of applying for accommodations if their child is eligible for Section 504 or SPED. Parents should initiate the process by visiting our information page located on the New Tech High Website, under Announcements:

If you have any questions regarding testing accommodations, please contact Ms. Shaikh, Assistant Principal at