Class Officer Elections 2018-2019

As the school year is coming to an end it is time to elect class officers for the 2018-2019 school year! If you are interested in running for your class president or vice president positions please complete the application. Applications are due no later than Thursday, May 3 by the end of SRT. Here is the link to complete the application process https://goo.gl/forms/7abh1CReVUzo9SOm2. It is also posted on your class page in Google. Once we have collected all of the applications student council will create ballots for each class to nominate their class officers. If you have any questions see Ms. Chase or Mrs. Woods.

Prom 2018

Theme: "Off to Neverland" When: Saturday, May 12th, 2018. Prom Walk at 5:00 pm at NCHS. Hors D'oeuvres and soda bar 6:00 pm at the Country Club. Dinner and dancing to follow at 6:30 pm.

Faculty Staff Scholarship Materials

Each year the faculty and staff at NCHS offer seniors the opportunity to apply for the Faculty/Staff Scholarship of $1,000. Students interested in applying for the scholarship should complete the online application: https://goo.gl/29CK7v. The application due date will be May 4th. Students will give a 3-5 minute speech to the faculty and staff during the teacher's meeting. The speech should cover why the student feels he/she is qualified to receive the scholarship. For more information, please see Mr. Lesak.

Mindful Moment

Sometimes with are societal norms we get caught up in expectations. These expectations we put on ourselves can have positive and negative impacts on us. If we set small, reasonable expectations that we know can fluctuate they will remain positive. If we set giant expectations that are not attainable and expect that we can never swerve off the path, then this could be detrimental to our well-being. What are your expectations of yourself? Are they reasonable and do you understand that not attaining a certain goal is not failure, but a chance to regroup and find a different way? Just because one's path may be different than another, it does not mean they are lost.

Caps and Gowns

Caps and Gowns will be delivered on Thursday THIS WEEK during lunches. If you still owe money, you must bring it with you to get your order.

Bowling in PE

For part of drama 'tech week', PE will be going bowling in Sandwich 2 days for both A and B days. The cost is a total of $5 for each student (good for both times). A day will go this Friday, 4/20 and Thursday, 4/26. B day will go next Wednesday, 4/25 and Friday, 4/27. Please bring your $5 to your PE teacher as soon as possible. Thank you.

NCHS Drama Club

The NCHS Drama Club presents “Once Upon a Mattress” on April 26, 27 and 28 at 7pm in the NCHS gymnasium. Admission is $5 at the door and NCHS students get one free admission with their student ID. "Once Upon a Mattress” is a classic comedy-musical re-telling of The Princess and the Pea, originally starring Carol Burnett on Broadway. Come and join us for a fun-filled night of laughter.

Dear Spring Sports Athletes:

Spring Sports Pictures for the Yearbook will be on Wednesday, April 25, after school in the gym. Please bring your uniform and be ready to take your picture as soon as possible after school. Order forms can be found in the Student Center or the office. Also, yearbooks are still available for $45. Don’t be left out when yearbooks arrive in August! Please see Mrs. Bloomquist to order yours today!

Faculty/Staff Scholarship

Seniors, Faculty Staff Scholarship Materials are now online and available here: https://goo.gl/rsnCFb

April Newsletter Online

The April newsletter, created by Publication Productions Class, is now online and may be viewed by following this link: http://www.nchs18.org/_newsletter.html

Girls in Computers and Engineering Opportunity

Are you a female student interested in a career in Computer Science? Read more »

Summer Maintenance / Custodial Position

Full time maintenance/custodial position: https://goo.gl/GV2UQH Read more »Working on the building and grounds of Newark Community high school during the summer. This would be perfect for a college student.
  1. Demonstrates success in performing a wide variety of tasks related to the care and maintenance of buildings and grounds.

  2. Willing to learn carpentry, plumbing, electricity, and maintaining heating and air conditioning systems.

  3. Can maintain trucks, tractors, lawn equipment and cars.

  4. Ability to organize work effectively in the absence of constant supervision.
  5. Ability to communicate effectively, written and orally.

Union Trade/Apprenticeship Opportunity

Are you interested in working in the union trades? Read more »

Yearbook

Yearbooks are still on sale! Purchase a yearbook for $45 from Mrs. Bloomquist. Sales end before we leave for Spring Break. Don’t be left out when yearbooks come in this summer!

Emergency School Closing Information

Emergency school closing information will be announced on this web site, by phone to all parents through the AlertNow communication system and on the following television and radio stations: WGN 720, WSPY 107.1, WCMY 1430AM.

The Emergency Closing Center may also be contacted by telephone at 1-847-238-1234 or via the Internet at
www.EmergencyClosings.com
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