Attendance waivers are available in the office. Students are permitted 9 unexcused absences per semester. Students will not receive academic credit for any class in which they exceed this minimum attendance requirement. If you think you have exceeded the attendance limit and are in danger of losing credit, please stop by the office today for an attendance waiver.
Waivers must be completed and returned to the office by Tuesday, June 20. Waivers must be signed by a parent/guardian. No incomplete or late waivers will be accepted. Failure to submit a waiver AND provide adequate documentation for your unexcused absences will result in a loss of credit.
Please be sure the office has received documentation for all tardy make-ups.
The library is looking for a TA for next year (seniors only). Interested students should see Ms. Fabin in the library or email her at email@example.com
NHS students interested in singing the National Anthem at sporting events in the 2017-2018 school year should stop by the athletic director’s office or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org this week. The deadline to sign up is Monday June 19. Students will be asked to informally “try-out” at a later date. More details to follow.
There are several bikes that have been left in the bike racks for months. If they are not claimed by the end of the week, maintenance will dispose of them.
Dance Fitness in the Library after school (Thursdays)
The library will host a dance fitness class after school. Bring or wear appropriate clothing and a water bottle. Students and staff welcome, $2 suggested donation to pay the instructor. The library is also open for studying and homework as always.
The Northampton Prevention Coalition is proud to announce the latest photo voice exhibit of the NHS Teen Advocacy Group. Through interviews, photographs, and portraits, we share the immigration experiences of American immigrants, refugees, and citizens. We explore the significance of Northampton’s designation as a sanctuary city with advocates and public officials and the impact of local and national policy on our documented and undocumented community members. Please join us!!
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