high school happenings
  • School Annoucements

    School Holiday: School is closed for students during our Presidents' Day holiday February 16-19.

    LES Dance: Grab your partner and join us at the UES for the annual LES dance on March 1st! 

    Cultural Heritage Night: The Model United Nations Club, Multicultural Club, and Student Equity Committee invite you to our Cultural Heritage Night on Wednesday, March 13 at 5:30PM. All are welcome to visit and explore the tastes, sounds, and traditions of the diverse cultures within our community and to enjoy live cultural dance entertainment. Families are also encouraged to host tables at the event to showcase your heritage! Learn more here.
    Family Literacy Campout: To celebrate our new reading curriculum and Read Across America Week, families are invited to join us for a Family Literacy Night campout adventure on Wednesday, March 6. We will enjoy flashlight reading, stories by the campfire, smores, trivia, and more to further inspire your child's love for reading. Registration required before February 28.

    Kindergarten Registration: Please visit nhsd.org/registration to register a new student for the 2024-2025 school year. La versión en español está disponible aquí.

    An important announcement from Mrs. Whyte and the library:  Read Across America is right around the corner!  We will celebrate again this year with a  book swap. Be sure to read the attached information. What a great way to pass on gently used books!

    Notes from the Nurse: Please click here for important information regarding medication during school hours.Please note: Students MUST be fever and vomiting free for 24 hours before returning to school. You will be notified for pick up if your child returns to school the next day after these illnesses. If your student has a new injury that requires a cast, boot, sling, wrap, crutches, or has a concussion, we do need a note from their physician to return to school. This note should include restrictions for PE, recess and any other school activity and include duration of restrictions. Please review Should my Child be at School with this Illness?

    Transportation Survey: Our Transportation Department requests your feedback and concerns via this Transportation Survey to help inform ongoing improvements to our transportation service. Our team thanks you in advance for your participation and insights.


    For the safety of our students and speed of the car line, we are asking that parents/caregivers REMAIN IN THEIR CARS during car drop off and pick up. Our car line runs from 8:25 to 8:45 in the morning and from 3:25 to 3:40 in the afternoon. Do not come to the school in the afternoon for car pick up until 3:05. The gate is locked and our early arrivers block Sugan Road and our school entrance. If you have questions or concerns, please email the school office.

    Laptops:  Please charge your laptop every night so your device is ready to bring in the next day.   

    Dismissal Changes: You must send in a note if your child is staying after for a club or going home a different way. Please call or email the office by 12:00PM if your child's dismissal is different from routine. 

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