NORTH ATTLEBORO HIGH SCHOOL
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SAVE THE DATE!
May 27: Memorial Day; No School
May 28-31: Final Exams for Seniors
May 31: Seniors' Last Day
June 5: Senior Report Cards Issued
June 5: Senior Awards Night
June 5: Senior Class Cookout
June 7: Graduation @ 6pm
June 20: Last Day of School; Half Day
NORTH SERVES COMMUNITY SERVICE
With the highly anticipated community service plans in place for all NAHS students, the NorthServes committee was formed to help our school prepare for their service experiences. To that end, the committee was invited to Gillette Stadium on April 22nd to meet with the directors of the New England Patriots Charitable Foundation. Their visit was a complete success in that they impressed their hosts, demonstrated the level of service and volunteerism that already exists within our school, and obtained a commitment from the NEPCF to help us "inspire the desire" for all of our students to recognize the value of service and volunteerism and embed it into their approach to their own personal lives. We are grateful to this committee and proud of their work!
The NorthServes community service launch committee includes:
Lily Blank - Grade 8 @ NAMS
Jack Regan - Grade 8 @ NAMS
Mr. Ames - Leo Club Advisor
NORTH SERVES LOGO
Special thanks to NAHS sophomore, Sean Drew, for designing the new NorthServes logo. None of what the NorthServes committee and school set out to accomplish would have been done successfully without a perfect logo. After completing a semester of Graphic Design, Sean was ready to share his learned skills and created this logo. It was on display at Gillette Stadium during the NorthServes meeting and served as the catalyst to create a brand for all to recognize, understand, and represent our school's value of service and volunteerism. Thanks Sean!!
Julie Berry Visit
On April 1, award-winning author Julie Berry conducted a series of presentations for our students in the NAHS library. Her visit was sponsored by AN UNLIKELY STORY, the independent bookstore in Plainville, MA. Her books, All the Truth That’s in Me, The Passion of Dolssa, and her newest, Lovely War have been shortlisted for the Carnegie and Edgar Award and won a Printz Honor Award in 2017. She writes historical fiction for Young Adult readers and books for middle-schoolers. The students and teachers were treated to a peek inside an author’s imagination and writing process—a good time was had by all. Her books may be purchased at AN UNLIKELY STORY, which is worth the trip from anywhere.
SALS Program Graduation
Some of the students from our 12 plus program recently graduated from their SALS program (Self advocacy and leadership program) where they spent time for the last 8 weeks at Bridgewater State University. The program is designed to introduce the students to various topics including how to advocate for yourself, how to communicate your needs appropriately as well as learning the in's and out's of Special Ed. law. This is a program which brings many districts in our area together and the students meet new people and make new connections. It is an opportunity for those who do not attend college in the normal sense to see what the college experience is. When they are done with their class they all go eat in the Bear's Den alongside their college peers.
SENIORS' HEALTH RECORDS
The Nurses will be handing out each SENIOR's health records during the lunch periods on Thursday, May 23rd & Friday, May 24th.
If for any reason you do not want your student to receive this, call our high school nurses at 508-643-2115 ext 1174 or 1175.
Each record should be kept in a safe place for future reference, especially the immunizations. Often times in the future a student is required to have these upon entry into most, if not all, under-grad colleges/grad schools or for job entrance. If their pediatrician/PCP retires, there will be no other reference for your student to access these immunizations.
Run Like a Rockstar: Rock n Roll 5k!
The North Attleboro K-12 Music Department hosted their 5th Annual Rock n Roll 5k Roadrace & Family Fun Run on May 19. Six Live Rock Music Stations energized runners and walkers through a course that went through the industrial park and finished on the NAHS track. The family friendly celebration also included Kids races, facepainting, a bubble station, hula hooping, Del's Lemonade, and a costume contest for the best dressed Rockstar. Thanks to all who participated!
Recently, the Theatre I & II class completed the Make-Up Unit with a practical exam of their make-up designs. Each student drew four designs and then chose one to apply on themselves. Photos include Justin Meyer in Alien, Ryan Kelly in Clown, and Brandon Wise in Old Age.
What do You Need to Know?
What Would You Like to Understand?
- About your child’s education in North Attleborough Public Schools
- About how your child is learning English, mathematics, science and history every day
- About how you can help your child succeed at school and plan for a great future
If you want to know more and you want to help your child succeed, then come join us at the next ELPAC meeting-- June 6, 2019 at 7:00-8:00 pm in the Community School Auditorium.
We are inviting parents and educators of children learning English as an additional language to form a group with the purpose of helping the English Learner Program improve.
Be part of our group! You are welcome and you are needed! Help us help you and your family.
ELPAC: The North Attleborough English Learners Parent Advisory Council
¿Qué necesita saber?
¿Qué le gustaría entender?
- Acerca de la educación de su hijo en las Escuelas Públicas de North Attleborough
- Acerca de cómo su hijo está aprendiendo inglés, matemáticas, ciencias e historia todos los días
- Acerca de cómo puede ayudar a su hijo a tener éxito en la escuela y planificar un gran futuro
Si desea saber más y quiere ayudar a su hijo a tener éxito, únase a nosotros en la próxima reunión de ELPAC: 6 de junio de 2019 a las 7: 00-8: 00 p. M. En el Auditorio de la Escuela Comunitaria.
Estamos invitando a los padres y educadores de niños que aprenden inglés como un idioma adicional para formar un grupo con el propósito de ayudar al programa de aprendices de inglés a mejorar.
¡Sé parte de nuestro grupo! Es bienvenido y le necesitamos! Ayúdenos a ayudarle a usted y a su familia.
ELPAC: El Consejo Asesor de Padres de los Estudiantes de Inglés de North Attleborough
ماذا تريد ان تعرف؟
ماذا تريد أن تفهم؟
حول تعليم طفلك في مدارس نورث أتلبورو العامة
حول كيف يتعلم طفلك اللغة الإنجليزية والرياضيات والعلوم والتاريخ كل يوم
حول كيف يمكنك مساعدة طفلك على النجاح في المدرسة والتخطيط لمستقبل عظيم
إذا كنت تريد معرفة المزيد وترغب في مساعدة طفلك على النجاح ، فحينئذ انضم إلينا في اجتماع ELPAC التالي - 6 يونيو 2019 الساعة 7:00 حتي 8:00 مساءً في قاعة مدرسة المجتمع.
نحن ندعو أولياء الأمور والمعلمين من الأطفال الذين يتعلمون اللغة الإنجليزية كلغة إضافية لتشكيل مجموعة بهدف مساعدة برنامج المتعلم باللغة الإنجليزية على التحسن.
كن جزءًا من مجموعتنا! أهلا وسهلا بكم! ساعدنا في مساعدتك وعائلتك.
ELPAC: المجلس الاستشاري لأولياء الأمور في نورث أتلبورو
Spanish and Arabic interpreters will be provided
سيتم توفير مترجمين فوريين باللغتين الإسبانية والعربية .Habrá intérpretes de español y árabe.
The NAHS Destination Imagination team competed at the Massachusetts Region 5 competition in Andover on Saturday, March 16th, where they placed first in their level challenge! They won with a "perfect" score by winning both the central challenge and the instant challenge.
The team advanced to the State level competition on March 30th at WPI in Worcester, where they placed fourth.
Congratulations to the team for their wonderful accomplishments!
NAHS Destination Imagination Team members are: