NHS Principal Communications - April 13, 2023
Hello Clipper Families,
With vacation around the corner, our Clippers have not slowed down in their efforts to support the community. Additionally, our students are making strong progress in developing their academic skills. In grade 9, students continue to use their binder system to support their organizational skills and prepare for their end-of year projects. All 10th graders are gearing-up for their sophomore exposition through their English and History Classes. Many of our Juniors are using feedback to put final edits to their History Argumentative Research Essay. And as for our seniors, they are down to their final weeks and many have wrapped up the Civics Action Research Project.
Please see below for student happenings and other updates including:
- 1:1 iPAD Program – Brief Video from Mr. Masi on how the iPAD has enhanced his instruction and supported student products
- Update from the College and Career Center
- STUDENT RECOGNITIONS – ACCOMPLISHMENTS – HAPPENINGS
Have a great night and Go Clippers!
1:1 iPAD Program
Here is a 6-minute presentation produced by our chemistry teacher, Dom Masi. This shows the impact of an iPAD pilot program he implemented in his classroom. It provides some great examples of how it changed his instructional practice and enhanced student performance.
Registration is open through the end of the month Click here to learn more about the program.
COLLEGE AND CAREER CENTER UPCOMING EVENTS
Learn About Dual Enrollment – Thursday, April 27th at 8:15
We will have a discussion on Dual Enrollment with our partners from Northern Essex Community College, discussing how and when to get started with DE classes and the value of why.
College Aid Pro and the Financial Aid Process - Thursday, May 4th at 8am
Staff from College Aid Pro will be speaking about the Financial Aid process and all that goes into dealing with the FAFSA, CSS Profile, Scholarship, and even how to appeal an award.
In order to register for the above Coffee Talk Sessions, please CLICK HERE!
STUDENT RECOGNITIONS – ACCOMPLISHMENTS – HAPPENINGS
Recently, Sophia Franco was one of several stuents from the North Shore who facilitated a Climate Café. Through this she led dialogue with residents from the North Shore regarding ways to support our environment.
National Historic Sites Clean-Up – May 6
Senior Sophia Hartford is the coordinator for this series of service opportunities. Please click on this link for more information and to register.
Plum Island Beach Clean-up
Last week, over 70 students participated in the beach clean-up at Plum Island organized by Nolan Smith and ACES. It is very exciting to have so many students spending time to support our community.
As a reminder, students earn 2.5 credits for every 75 hours of logged community service. Additionally, participating in service activities is a great way to meet other students.
Rotary Fashion Show and the Interact Club
Also last week, students Abriana Cronstrom, Alex Sullivan, Ava Moran, Claudia Cummings, and Emily Kate Slocum supported the Newburyport Rotary Club at their annual fashion show. These students are part of the Interact Club, which is our largest student organization. It consists of over 150 students who participate in a variety of service events across the school year. This is a great club for students to become a part of and make new friends.
Congratulations to Ava Maglio who is the recipient of the MassArt/National Art Association Scholarship Award which gains her participation in the Summer Studios sponsored by the Hemphill Family Foundation and Massachusetts College of Art and Design.
Alongside the National Art Honor Society, I am looking forward to tonight’s induction ceremony for the National Honor Society. Here are the students participating tonight. Kudos to all of the members and inductees for their accomplishment.
FROM THE BEACH CLEAN UP