The Student Music Project is back and better than ever! Come watch and support your fellow students as they perform tonight at 7PM in the auditorium!
Spring Fling is THIS Thursday. Be sure you have made your selection for the community service project and get ready for some fun in the afternoon.See Ms. Wiencek to sign up. The Master list of activities will be posted Thursday morning.
If you signed up for an off campus event including
Exercise Trail Maintenance
Highway Clean up
Elementary School visit
you must have a completed permission slip. Check the master lists posted outside of the main office and room 207, to see if you are scheduled for one of those events and pick up your permission slip from Ms. Wiencek or Mr. Dumont TODAY!
Indigo tie-dying will be available on Thursday afternoon, be sure to bring in a 100% cotton t-shirt or other natural-fabric clothing item to die.
Congratulations to Justin Wargat and Brian McGuirk who will both be attending the NH Police Cadet Training Academy for a week in June. This is a highly demanding and competitive program designed for high school students--way to go Justin and Brian!
The Newfound Regional High School Band and Chorus returned from their recent spring trip to Six Flags New England with two trophies to add to their display. The students participated in the Music In the Parks Festival held in Holyoke, MA.
The Festival, for which students had been raising funds to attend since last fall, featured high school music groups from Massachusetts, Connecticut and New York. Each group was evaluated in performance by a panel of judges. The Newfound students were evaluated in the Mixed Choir (2nd place) and Concert Band (3rd Place), and were awarded trophies in each. Congratulations!
Students who are interested in serving on Student Council next year are invited to apply for Member-At-Large. Student council meets every Wednesday morning at 7:30 am and is responsible for many school activities including homecoming, winter carnival and spring fling. They also plan the winter carnival semi-formal dance, host our annual blood drive, and complete service projects every month. If you want to get involved, student council is a great way to make a difference. Applications are in the main office and are due on Friday, May 29th.
The after school clubs for today are Homework Club, Japanese Culture Club, and Outdoor Club which is going on a field trip today. Tomorrow is the last day of after school programming for the year.
Registration is open for summer group ELOs. See Ms. Yeakel in Room 106 for more information on the two options: Video Game Design and Cartooning.
Attention Juniors: Reminder that early proposals for Senior Project are due no later than June 1. Share them on Drive with Ms. Yeakel any time you are ready!
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