Principal`s Newsletter - Northeast High School

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Principal`s Newsletter - Northeast High School
Principal’s Newsletter
Northeast High School
December 2014/January/February 2015
Dear Northeast Parents,
I would like to begin by congratulating the 619 students, which is 46% of our student body, who
achieved Honor Roll for the first marking period. That is a strong start to the school year for our students’
academic success. What is even more impressive is that 46% of our 9th grade class achieved Honor Roll,
and they were only topped by our seniors who have a whopping 55%. Our 10th and 11th graders are at a
respectable 41% and 43%. Students, if you are one of the 619, be sure to claim your “Eagle” shirt at lunch
on Monday, November 17. Way to pursue your happiness.
Parents, our I and I schedule will begin again on Monday, November 17. Please remind your
students to take advantage of this extra help time built into their regular school day. Also, please remind
your student of extra help Mondays. We provide a bus ride home, which departs at 4:00 p.m. The two
weeks between the end of the 1st marking period and the 3 ½ weeks prior to the holiday break are a critical time for students to maintain their focus on their courses. These significant weeks are where our students are engaged in the heart of the content for each of their courses for a sustained amount of time. Here
is where they can gain a lot of ground by keeping up with assignments. Parents, if you have any questions
about your child’s progress in any class, please do not hesitate to call or email their teacher. If you have
significant concerns, please contact our Office of School Counseling to schedule a parent teacher conference.
Finally, I want to congratulate our Unified Tennis Team who are STATE CHAMPIONS! They
practiced hard, played hard, and represented the home of the Eagle with class.
We Are Northeast,
Jason T. Williams
Principal
Jason T. Williams, Principal * 410-437-6400 * 1121 Duvall Highway, Pasadena, MD 21122
Calendar of Events
DECEMBER 2014
2nd
Music Boosters meeting - 7:00 p.m.
12th
Interims Distributed
15th
Athletic Boosters meeting - 7:00 p.m.
19th
Holiday Gift Wrapping - 4:30 - 6:30 p.m.
Cafeteria
24th 31st
FEBRUARY 2015
3rd
Report Cards Distributed
11th
Professional Development
2 Hour Early Dismissal
16th
School Closed for President’s Day
School Closed for Winter Break
JANUARY 2015
1st 2nd
School Closed for Winter Break
6th
Music Boosters meeting - 7:00 p.m.
BASKETBALL - GIRLS
8th
Financial Aid Night - 6:30 p.m.
15th
B Day Exams at CAT-North
16th
A Day Exams at CAT-North
19th
School Closed for Martin Luther King Jr.’s
Birthday
20th
Semester Exams - Periods 1B & 2B*
Makeup Exams at CAT-North - 1:00 p.m.
2 Hour Early Dismissal
21st
Semester Exams - Periods 1A & 2A*
Athletic Boosters meeting - 7:00 p.m.
2 Hour Early Dismissal
22nd
Semester Exams - Periods 3B & 4B*
2 Hour Early Dismissal
Varsity
12-05
12-08
12-12
12-15
12-19
12-22
01-06
01-09
01-16
01-23
01-26
01-28
01-30
02-03
02-06
02-10
02-13
02-27
02-20
23rd
Semester Exams - Periods 3A & 4A*
End of 2nd Marking Period
2 Hour Early Dismissal
NHS Got Talent - 7:00 p.m.
26th 27th
School Closed for Students
*NOTE: Should inclement weather force a closing on one
of the exam dates, the schedule will be shifted but exams
will still be administered in the order listed above. Should
inclement weather force a two-hour delay on one of the
exam dates, all schools will open two hours late and close
at their normal time.
Sports Calendar
vs Meade - 6:45 p.m.
vs Chesapeake Science Point - 5:30 p.m.
@ Old Mill - 5:00 p.m.
@ Eastern Tech - 6:00 p.m.
vs Chesapeake - 5:00 p.m.
vs Southern - 6:45 p.m.
@ South River - 6:45 p.m.
@ North County - 5:00 p.m.
vs Glen Burnie - 5:00 p.m.
vs Old Mill - 5:00 p.m.
@ Oakland Mills - 5:30 p.m.
@ Severna Park - 6:45 p.m.
@ Chesapeake - 5:00 p.m.
vs Annapolis - 6:45 p.m.
vs North County - 5:00 p.m.
vs Arundel - 6:45 p.m.
@ Meade - 5:00 p.m.
@ Broadneck - 6:45 p.m.
@ Glen Burnie - 5:00 p.m.
Junior Varsity
12-05
@ Meade - 3:30 p.m.
12-08
vs Chesapeake Science Point - 4:00 p.m.
12-12
@ Old Mill - 3:30 p.m.
12-19
vs Chesapeake - 3:30 p.m.
12-22
@ Southern - 3:30 p.m.
01-06
@ Chesapeake Science Point - 3:30 p.m.
01-09
@ North County - 3:30 p.m.
01-12
@ Oakland Mills - 4:00 p.m.
01-16
vs Glen Burnie - 3:30 p.m.
01-23
vs Old Mill - 3:30 p.m.
01-28
vs Severna Park - 3:30 p.m.
01-30
@ Chesapeake - 3:30 p.m.
02-03
@ Chesapeake Science Point - 3:30 p.m.
02-06
vs North County - 3:30 p.m.
02-20
@ Arundel - 3:30 p.m.
02-13
vs Broadneck - 3:30 p.m.
02-20
@ Glen Burnie - 3:30 p.m.
Sports Calendar
BASKETBALL - BOYS
SWIMMING
Varsity
12-05
12-08
12-12
12-15
12-17
12-19
12-22
12-29
12-30
01-06
01-09
01-13
01-16
01-23
01-28
01-30
02-03
vs Meade - 5:00 p.m.
vs Chesapeake - 7:00 p.m.
@ Old Mill - 6:45 p.m.
vs Eastern Tech - 6:00 p.m.
vs Key School - 6:45 p.m.
vs Chesapeake - 6:45 p.m.
vs Southern - 5:00 p.m.
Eagles Christmas Mixer - 5:00 p.m.
Eagles Christmas Mixer - 5:00 p.m.
@ South River - 5:00 p.m.
@ North County - 6:45 p.m.
@ Maritime Industry Academy - 5:45 p.m.
vs Glen Burnie - 7:00 p.m.
vs Old Mill - 6:45 p.m.
@ Severna Park - 5:00 p.m.
@ Chesapeake - 6:45 p.m.
vs Annapolis - 5:00 p.m.
01-17
01-23
02-06
02-06
02-10
02-13
02-17
02-20
vs North County - 6:45 p.m.
vs Arundel - 5:00 p.m.
@ Meade - 6:45 p.m.
@ Broadneck - 5:00 p.m.
@ Glen Burnie - 5:00 p.m.
Junior Varsity
12-05
vs Meade - 3:30 p.m.
12-08
@ Chesapeake Science Point - 4:00 p.m.
12-12
vs Old Mill - 3:30 p.m.
12-15
vs Eastern Tech - 4:00 p.m.
12-17
vs Key School - 5:00 p.m.
12-19
@ Chesapeake - 3:30 p.m.
12-22
vs Southern - 3:30 p.m.
01-06
@ South River - 3:30 p.m.
01-09
vs North County - 3:30 p.m.
01-13
@ Maritime Industry Academy - 4:00 p.m.
01-16
@ Glen Burnie - 3:30 p.m.
01-23
@ Old Mill - 3:30 p.m.
01-28
@ Severna Park - 3:30 p.m.
01-30
vs Chesapeake - 3:30 p.m.
02-03
vs Annapolis - 3:30 p.m.
02-06
@ North County - 3:30 p.m.
02-10
vs Arundel - 3:30 p.m.
02-13
vs Meade - 3:30 p.m.
02-17
@ Broadneck - 3:30 p.m.
02-20
vs Glen Burnie - 3:30 p.m.
INDOOR TRACK
12-18
12-23
01-06
01-13
01-27
vs Baltimore Co. @ the Armory - 3:30 p.m.
North/South Challenge @ PGSLC - 3:30 p.m.
vs Howard Co. - 3:30 p.m.
vs Baltimore @ PGSLC - 3:30 p.m.
AA Co. Championships @ PGSLC - 3:30 p.m.
@ Southern - 6:00 p.m.
@ Severna Park - 3:30 p.m.
@ Severna Park - 3:00 p.m.
WRESTLING
Varsity
12-05
12-06
12-09
12-16
12-22
01-06
01-13
01-15
01-27
01-30
02-05
02-20
02-21
@ Annapolis - 7:00 p.m.
vs Reservoir High School - 12:00 p.m.
@ Old Mill - 4:00 p.m.
vs Arundel - 4:00 p.m.
@ North County - 4:00 p.m.
vs South River - 7:00 p.m.
@ Chesapeake - 7:00 p.m.
@ Marriotts Ridge - 5:00 p.m.
vs Glen Burnie - 7:00 p.m.
@ Southern - 7:00 p.m.
@ Catoctin High - 6:00 p.m.
vs Southern - 4:00 p.m.
vs Southern - 9:00 a.m.
Varsity
12-05
12-09
12-16
12-22
01-06
01-13
01-15
01-27
01-30
02-05
02-16
vs Annapolis - 6:00 p.m.
@ Old Mill - 3:00 p.m.
vs Arundel - 4:00 p.m.
@ North County - 4:00 p.m.
vs South River - 6:00 p.m.
@ Chesapeake - 6:00 p.m.
@ Marriotts Ridge - 4:00 p.m.
vs Glen Burnie - 6:00 p.m.
@ Southern - 6:00 p.m.
@ Catoctin High School - 5:00 p.m.
@ Meade - 9:00 a.m.
News About Our Students
Student of the Month
Congratulations to the following students who were Student of the Month for September and October 2014:
September
Administration
Art
AVID
English
FACS
FLS
Math
Music
School Counseling
Physical Ed.
Science
Social Studies
Technology Ed.
World/Class. Lang.
October
Raymond Morris
Rebecca Forloines
Wade Preston
Shajan Hamza
Hannah Brown
Misael Zavala
Davon Carroll
Nathaniel Settineri
Christopher Dumsha
Jonathan Leathers
Cara Wiley
Sarah Quasny
Maria Weddle
Jaleel Witherspoon
Administration
Art
AVID
English
FACS
FLS
Math
Music
School Counseling
Physical Ed.
Science
Social Studies
Technology Ed.
World/Class. Lang.
Raymond Morris
Ashley McFate
Arianna Nemitz
Tyrone Jordan
Matthew Donton
Lester Andrews
Vivienne Teall
Jeremy Duckett
Ethan Deville
Victoria Thursby
Kristina Ferreri
Disha Savalia
Cory Adolphson
Laura Temples
Student of the Month is a recognition program designed to put the spotlight on those students who have made
notable contributions in a specific department. Students who have special talent or creativity, display a positive attitude
and outstanding work ethic, or who have done an all around outstanding job, are nominated for Student of the Month.
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Perfect Attendance
Perfect Attendance means no absences, no tardies, and no early dismissals. Congratulations to the following
students who achieved perfect attendance for the first marking period!
Grade 9
Bryanne Adams
Corine Barracato
Hannah Bartholomew
Samantha Baysic
Taylor Bell
Brianna Benge
Sabrina Benge
Aaron Blevins
Brenna Brillon
Kinlee Bruns
Bryce Bush
Harshilkumer Chovatia
Kera Ciezobka
Marcus Colvin
Matthew Cook
Cedrin Daniel
Rick Debnath
Brady DellaNoce
Ernest Dimler
Anna Dove
Jalen Doy
Matthew Doyle
Victoria Fitez
Kimberly Frost
Hannah Garrett
Elizabeth Gauthier
Andrew Gerhardt
Maggie Gosewisch
Colin Grayson
Hunter Hamilton
Shajan Hamza
Gryphyn Hart
Kenny Ho
Amanda Howland
McKenzie Hynson
Ryon Kemp
Taylor Kephart
Sherry Kern
Melanie Kral
Emily Lamb
Sydney Langlois
Jane Lee
Melaney Lemaster
Joseph Maatouk
Xavian Manokey
Patrick Martinek
Kayla Miller
Kenneth Miller
Ryan Nappier
Jewel Olson
Sierra Phillips
Justin Pickeral
Isaiah Plaza
Katilyn Pollard
Bailey Pope
Tyrique Pratt
Alyssa Rivers
Ciara Ryan
Micah Santos
Justin Schildt
Trent Shaffer
Hasana Simeona
Brianna Sisk
Tyshann Spence
Seth Stankiewicz
Cole Switzer
Nicholas Tudor
Daniel VanDyke
Noah Whiteman
Garrett Wiley
Tyler Wright
Kristen Zabst
Grade 10
Zachary Alexander
Brandon Andrews
Kirolos Awad
Sandy Awad
Kaylee Barnett
Madelyn Berry
Casey Bigelow
Conlan Birdsall
Brendt Boyer
Aaron Bradley
Kymberly Calderone
Megan Carr
Rachel Chiurazzi
Carly Crehan
Lauryn Daniels
Sara DiDonato
Jacob Diffendall
Madison Doss
Trey Fair
Roderick Fernandez
Tylor Frazee
Kenzie Fuller
Kamri golder
James Heisler
Jennifer Hodges
Matthew Hoffnagle
More News About Our Students
Perfect Attendance (continued)
Abigail Hunt
Megan January
Cameron Johnson
Jack Krick
Anna Kutsner
Kelsey Lupinek
Franki Maus
Ryan Mayer
Priscilla McAllister
Claire McCarriher
Brennan McConnell
Gabrielle Meredith
Kirsten Midkiff
Emily Myers
Joseph Niles
Michael Niles
Haley Pickeral
Joshua Powell
Kristin Reyes
Jacoby Rojas
Jared Rosa-Correa
McKinsey Rupert
Kai Samuels
Kyle Schwartz
Phillip Snyder
Eric Steele
Sierra Thomas
Heather Vain
Aaron Valido
Alexis Weisgerber
Emily White
Lucy Zhang
Grade 11
Joshua Armstrong
Cameron Balmaceno
Brittany Bancroft
Samantha Bouton
Emily Brezler
Jordan Brown
Dominic Buck
Brady Cassell
Timothy Colletti
Hope Conklin
Bradley Donelan
Briston Fernandez
Matthew Frazier
Jagani Galvez
Kristin Gerhardt
Maranda Groves
Corrine Harden
Hannah Hicks
Scott Howington
Chase Johnson
Megan Kain
Sarah Karlowitz
Chalisse Lockley
Jessica Mariano
Morgan Martini
Kirah Mullen
Zachary Payne
Tyler Pfeifer
Nathan Plaza
Sarah Quasny
Brendan Quinn
Heather Ramsburg
Mary Rinehart
Alexander Roberts
Zachary Ryan
Justin Schnebel
Caroline Schultz
Kevin Sheesley
Caitlyn Shriver
Savannah Smith
Taylor Squires
James Taylor
Vivienne Teall
Gaven Temples
Ethan Underwood
Bryce Walter
Danielle Waters
Alexander Wescott
Collin Williams
Russell Wright
Darrin Zabst
Grade 12
William Bergeron
Timothy Birdsall
Mykayla Conkle
Victoria Conrad-Kriwer
Kaitlyn Curley
Ethan Deville
Jeremy Duckett
Madison Fagan
Anthony Fair
Sheridan Garris
Kevin Ho
Jonathan Leathers
Devon Lee
Liam Lenhart
Johanna Mack
Jenna Mercer
Shayne Meredith
Brandon Montier
Arianna Nemitz
Anna Riddle
Ryan Riggleman
Alexandria Santoni
James Steele
Andrew Stencil
Emily Thomas
Roslieta Thomas-Herd
Cody Tremblay
Mindy Weisgerber
Ciara Wnters
Brianna Wise
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Honor Roll
Principal’s Honor Roll
We are proud to announce that the following students made the Principal’s Honor Roll for the first marking
period. To make Principal’s Honor Roll, a student must receive straight A’s on their report card.
Grade 9
Bryanne Adams
Corine Barracato
Samantha Baysic
Om Bhardwaj
Bryce Bush
Garrett Cauffman
Victoria Collins
Tyler DeBoy
Devan Ferrara
Nichole Fish
Kimberly Frost
Hannah Garrett
Carly Gernert
Maggie Gosewisch
Jayda Griffin
Kenny Ho
Christina Jordan
Kaitlyn Kiser
Sydney Langlois
Patrick Martinek
Shelby McAdams
Andres Moya
Kaitlyn Pollard
Ciara Ryan
Noah Whiteman
Tyler Wright
Grade 10
Zachary Alexander
Priscilla McAllister
Claire McCarriher
Alexis Weisgerber
Alina White
Bennett Wingate
Grade 11
Brittany Bancroft
Brady Cassell
Bailey Clark
Hope Conklin
Austin Foster
Matthew Frazier
Maraiah Griffin
Kara Liebman
Kateryn Madrid-Munoz
Lauren Mullett
Bela Pandya
Nathan Plaza
Sarah Quasny
Vivienne Teall
Lillian Willis
Grade 12
Emilie Andercyk
Jordan Andrews
Bhavya Bhardwaj
Matthew Donton
Hunter Eichelberger
Paul Fernandez
Karlie Finch
Kevin Ho
Autumn Koehnlein
Sarah Kriewald
Destiny Littleton
Megan Long
Johanna Mack
Ronald Maez
Ashley McFate
Maddelin McGovern
Jenna Mercer
Erin Nappier
Abigail Noble
Samuel Ryan
Disha Savalia
Nathaniel Settineri
Casey Tarman
More News About Our Students
Honor Roll
Congratulations to the following students who made the Honor Roll for the first marking period:
Grade 9
Taylor Adams
Zachary Adams
Bianca Addivinola
David Allison
Amaya Barboza
Hannah Bartholomew
Veronica Beatty
Jake Beitle
Taylor Bell
Brianna Benge
Sabrina Benge
Emily Bishoff
LaNiya Boyd
Kinlee Bruns
Angel Calderon
Davon Carroll
Cameron Carter
Christian Cameron
Kera Ciezobka
Russell Clegg
Marcus Colvin
Tyler Czyz
Jessica Daniels
Tyler Davis
Rick Debnath
Jordan DeGruchy
Kaylie DeGruchy
Euser Diaz-Diaz
Megan Dietzway
Mary Dispaldo
Richard Dobry
Anna Dove
Matthew Doyle
Kurt Drexel
Thomas Eades
Jacob Ellecamp
Victoria Fitez
Autumn Fitzpatrick
Christopher Funk
Alexis Fyffe
Elizabeth Gauthier
Alide Giunta
Kailyn Golder
Kathryn Gormley
Colin Grayson
Hunter Hamilton
Veronica Hampton
Shajan Hamza
Gryphyn Hart
Harrison Hause
Reeana Havard
Corrine Hensley
Travis Hillage
Amanda Howland
Joshua Hudson
Kyle Hurd
McKenzie Hynson
Mallory Karnei
Antoinette Kavades
Donald Keefe
Ryon Kemp
Taylor Kephart
Melanie Kral
Arianna Krcik
Alycin Labbe
Emily Lamb
Shelby Lamb
Lindsey Laughlin
Brittany Leary
Melaney Lemaster
Andrew Lemon
Pedro Leveron
Sarah Leyland
Alaina Litz
Holly Locklear
Alan Long
Nicolas Lopez
Joseph Maatouk
Hanna Mahoney
Xavian Manokey
Courtney Markley
Jael Mason
Jenna Matulonis
Anneliese McCoyKnight
Nicholas McGinty
Rachel Meckley
Emilee Melton
Andrea Mencia
Alexis Mettle
Kayla Miller
Kenneth Miller
Dalton Milliken
Kayla Mitchell
Brooke Monday
Jacob Morgan
Abigail Morton
Jakira Morton
Shen Naglieri
Ryan Nappier
Alexis Niemann
Mallory Owens
Tamara Pack
Megan Paulis
Sierra Phillips
Izaiah Plaza
Bailey Pope
James Price
Marisol Quiroz
Alyssa Rivers
Alex Robey
Maya Rogalski
Jalen Ross
Utsav Rupakheti
Corey Rush
Brett Rushing
Braiden Ryan
Micah Santos
Austin Seth
Raymond Shamer
Gwen Sharman
Morgan Shell
Cameron Shepke
Ciera Shiflett
Michael Shryock
Hasana Simeona
Brianna Sisk
Laura Skorobatsch
Evan Smith
George Smith
Demontay Snowden
Makenzie Spiegel
Emma Strauss
Amalia Swigart
Cole Switzer
Laura Temples
Brandon Tolbert
Izabelle Torres
James Towler
Shianne Trout
Alex Valido
Daniel VanDyke
Hannah VanTine
Raquel VillalobosNolasco
Garrett Wiley
Matthew Wilhelm
Dashawna Williams
Taylor Wood
Kassidee Wright
Kristen Wright
Paul Yozsa
Kristen Zabst
Rebecca Zapf
Grade 10
Alexis Akers
Julia Alexander
Jacob Ambrozewicz
Shawn Anderson
Damian Arrellano
Yuliza Argueta
Luz Arriaga-Medina
Aleah Ashburn
Kyle Ashe
Sandy Awad
Kaylee Barnett
Skylir Bennett
Casey Bigelow
Conlan Birdsall
Taylor Bolewski
Dashawn Branch
Alexis Brengle
Hannah Brown
Marisa Brown
Taylor Buck
Jessica Burnett
Kymberly Calderone
Megan Carr
Jocelyn Castillo
Kenya Cawthorne
Robert Cerasuolo
Rachel Chiurazzi
Imani Clark
Lance Clark
Morgan Coakley
Brittany Coburn
Andrew Collins
Carly Crehan
Victoria Curran
Alanna Daly
Lauryn Daniels
David Diaz
Kayla Dickerson
Sara DiDonato
Maxwell Dispaldo
Madison Doss
Marcus Ehrhart
Faith Ellingson
Kayla Ellis
Dawson Esterling
Hayley Fernandez
Daniel Figlia
Alexandra Fox
McKenna Freeburger
John Godleski
Madison Goldstein
Sarah Gordon
Ciarra Guyer
Simon Harvey
Savannah Healy
James Heisler
Ayden Heptner
Matthew Hoffnagle
Zachary Hott
Daniel Howell
Abigail Hunt
Dharma Hunt
Andrew Iman
Connor Johnson
Mackenzie Jones
Rachel Karlowitz
Bethany Kearney
Christian Keys
Kaitlyn Kidwell
Zachary Kienast
Jason Knott
Cheyenne Knuckles
MaKenzie Kraft
Aspen Lavicka
Hannie Joyce Lim
Casey Lowry
Kelsey Lupinek
Chelsey Manansala
Julianna Maupin
Franki Maus
Madison McDonald
Cassie McGinnis
Mallory McKenna
Kirsten Midkiff
Isabelle Montigny
Emily Myers
Brett Nashan
Ashley Palestis
Joshua Palinkas
Emily Partlow
Haley Pickeral
Brianna Price
Alexandria Williams
James Towler
Shianne Trout
Alex Valido
Daniel VanDyke
Hannah VanTine
Raquel Villalobos-Nolasco
Kinsley Reihl
Kristin Reyes
Chelsey Roberts
Keegan Ruhl
McKinsey Rupert
Kai Samuels
Kyle Schwartz
Drew Sharman
Kassidey Shumway
Dylan Shupe
Marissa Sink
Kieran Sinnett
Emma Sledgeski
Phillip Snyder
Samantha Stylc
Michael Suit
Justin Talley
Maurice Todd
Alyssa Tracey
More News About Our Students
Honor Roll (continued)
Heather Vain
Courtney Vinopal
Ian Walton
Megan Watson
Maria Weddle
Steven Wenzel
Emily White
Brian Wise
Amanda Wiseman
Lucy Zhang
Grade 11
Skyron Adelhardt
Destiny Adkins
Lester Andrews
Katlyn Anthony
Danielle Arrington
Mykenziee Bailey
Samantha Barlage
Kortney Bell
Tyler Bell
Samantha Bouton
Holly Bowers
Alan Brown
Samantha Brown
Cameron Buras
Leanne Burroughs
David Calderone
Charles Cantrell
Zoey Cavey
Taylor Chester
William Clark
Myranda Coburn
Benjamin Cougnet
Damien Cuffley
Taylor Curp
Duane Davis
Matthew Dawidowicz
Christy DeBoy
Coral Dittmar
Bradley Donelan
Rebecca Dove
Brittany Dumbrowsky
Hayley Eastlake
Carley Erbe-Majka
Briston Fernandez
Miguel Figueroa
Nathan Fischbein
Alexis Fischer
Ariana Fischer
Katie Forand
Alexxis Freidhoff
Kristin Gerhardt
Makayla Gleeson
Sabrina Grauel
Abigail Gurney
Tyler Haley
Nicole Hallikas
Corrine Harden
Taylor Hendershot
Alexandra Hensley
Ryan Holtzner
Hailey Howard
Richard Inman
Kelly Jahnigen
Ahmed Jakaria
Chase Johnson
Teresia Johnson
Sarah Karlowitz
Mahmoud Kazzalbach
McKayla Kelly
Kaitlyn Kiesler
Min Kim
Olufemi Kolawole
Christopher Lanham
Michelle Lawrence
Harry LeBon
Victor Ledezma
Jason Lemon
James Llamas
Chalisse Lockley
Elliot Lowman
Darian Lurz
Timothy Lusby
Kaitlyn Mahon
Jessica Mariano
Morgan Martini
Nicole McConnell
Jordan McDermott
Jayda McLean
Lidia Mencia
Justin Miskimon
Jared Mooney
Kirah Mullen
Haley Nashan
Dylan Nicklas
Robert Odell
Luke Painter
Zachary Payne
Morgan Perez
Derek Perlo
Alexis Peters
Tyler Pfeifer
Tishon Pollard
Alexia Proctor
Shannon Prough
Cathleen Raciazek
Heather Ramsburg
Cassandra Remmey
Emma Braun
Skyler Breidenbach
Chelsea Carlsen
Alyssa Caya
Alic Citrano
Mykayla Conkle
Victoria Conrad-
Kriwer
Dennis Cornell
Cody Crawford
Kaitlyn Curley
Destiny Cusick
Caitlyn Czyz
Andrew Davies
Ethan Deville
Nicholas DiDonato
Caitlyn Dolch
Jeremy Duckett
Christopher Dumsha
Morgan Eklund
Brittany Eveson
Anthony Fair
Nelson Fuentes
Brandon Garner
Christopher Garvey
kRussell Giddings
Estella Gonzalez
Jacinta Harris
Sydney Hatch
Madison Heinz
Kathryn Herberger
William Hinely
Savannah Holtgrefe
Robert Hubbard
Joshua Hyson
Kelsey Jackson
Kyle Jackson
Parakram Karki
Tyler Kelly
Jaquan Kent
Kaitlyn Kern
Brandon Knott
Ashley Krebs
Tiffany Krebs
Sabrina Kreimer
Hajamantee Kromah
Danielle Labbe
Danielle Labbe
Brooke Lange
Saige Lavicka
Monika Lawrence
Jonathan Leathers
Devon Lee
Frederick Leyland
Kaitlin Lovill
Christopher Mansolf
Edward Martini
Amber Maslanka
Brianne Maydwell
Shaun McClelland
Austin McQuay
Claudia Mencia
Shayne Meredith
Courtney Monaco
Tyler Monday-Miller
Sydne’ Mondshour
Mandy Moran
Raymond Morris
Carly Morrow
Kaitlyn Muller
Victoria Myer
Hope Naumann
Kevin Navarrete
Arianna Nemitz
Madison Nock
Darlene Pack
Emma Peak
Miranda Plunkett
Aprile Preller
Wade Preston
Ashley Prince
Franklin Ramsey
Cassandra Reed
Anna Riddle
Ryan Riggleman
Jordan Robinson
Joshua Robinson
Nicole Robinson
Cortney Roloff
Arianna Sadler
Marcus Sampson
Cydnee Samuels
Jordan Sanders
Alexandria Santoni
Faith Sauers
Madelyn Schmidt
Monica Schuler
Jocelyn Shepke
Kyle Skovron
Daikiara Smith-Ireland
Jordan Stack
Savanna Stack
James Steinbach
Andrew Stencil
Elena Stickney
Maria Stuhmer
Dylan Sturm
Zachary Tawney
Amythest Temple
Morgan Tester
Emily Thomas
Roslieta Thomas-Herd
Victoria Thursby
Vladymyr Umali
McKayla Walter
Angela Walters
Mindy Weisgerber
Cara Wiley
Alyssa Williams
Brianna Wise
Aaron Woody
Taylor Woody
Samantha Wright
Cassie Robbins
Alexander Roberts
Joseph Robertson
Zachary Ryan
Avery Santoro Smith
Madison SchislerJustin
Schnebel
Nicholette SchollHenson
Caroline Schultz
Kevin Sheesley
Lacey Shifflett
Alyssa Siebers
Taylor Squires
Kelsey Stalnaker
Ryan Stancavage
Brandi Stewart
Mason Sutton
Julia Sykes
Shelby Taylor
Carley Tinsman
Daniil Vassiliev
Joseph Veazey
Cing Vong
Brandon Waltemeyer
Joshua Walters
Danielle Waters
Samantha Watson
Alexander Wescott
Morgan Whitfield
Scott Whitney
Jenna WhittingtonPelant
Joseph WhittingtonPelant
Rachel Wolford
Justin Zakens
April Zamostny
Grade 12
Gabriel Adams
Risikat Akanbi-Yusuff
Kristen Akers
Alyssa Alfinito
Jessica Allan
Aysha Ameen
Amanda Anderson
Melissa Anderson
Jazmin Arce
Kathleen Atkinson
Byron Au
Briana Baboolal
Briana Baierlein
Dorothy Baker
Julie Bass
William Bergeron
Alyssa Bostic
Raquel Branagan
More News About Our Students
Honor Roll (continued)
Emma Braun
Skyler Breidenbach
Chelsea Carlsen
Alyssa Caya
Alic Citrano
Mykayla Conkle
Victoria ConradKriwer
Dennis Cornell
Cody Crawford
Kaitlyn Curley
Destiny Cusick
Caitlyn Czyz
Andrew Davies
Ethan Deville
Nicholas DiDonato
Caitlyn Dolch
Jeremy Duckett
Christopher Dumsha
Morgan Eklund
Brittany Eveson
Anthony Fair
Nelson Fuentes
Brandon Garner
Christopher Garvey
Russell Giddings
Estella Gonzalez
Jacinta Harris
Sydney Hatch
Madison Heinz
Kathryn Herberger
William Hinely
Savannah Holtgrefe
Robert Hubbard
Joshua Hyson
Kelsey Jackson
Kyle Jackson
Parakram Karki
Tyler Kelly
Jaquan Kent
Kaitlyn Kern
Brandon Knott
Ashley Krebs
Tiffany Krebs
Sabrina Kreimer
Hajamantee Kromah
Danielle Labbe
Brooke Lange
Saige Lavicka
Monika Lawrence
Jonathan Leathers
Devon Lee
Frederick Leyland
Kaitlin Lovill
Christopher Mansolf
Edward Martini
Amber Maslanka
Brianne Maydwell
Shaun McClelland
Austin McQuay
Claudia Mencia
Shayne Meredith
Courtney Monaco
Tyler Monday-Miller
Sydne’ Mondshour
Mandy Moran
Raymond Morris
Carly Morrow
Kaitlyn Muller
Victoria Myer
Hope Naumann
Kevin Navarrete
Arianna Nemitz
Madison Nock
Darlene Pack
Emma Peak
Miranda Plunkett
Aprile Preller
Wade Preston
Ashley Prince
Franklin Ramsey
Cassandra Reed
Anna Riddle
Ryan Riggleman
Jordan Robinson
Joshua Robinson
Nicole Robinson
Cortney Roloff
Arianna Sadler
Marcus Sampson
Cydnee Samuels
Jordan Sanders
Alexandria Santoni
Faith Sauers
Madelyn Schmidt
Monica Schuler
Jocelyn Shepke
Kyle Skovron
Daekiara SmithIreland
Jordan Stack
Savanna Stack
James Steinbach
Andrew Stencil
Elena Stickney
Maria Stuhmer
Dylan Sturm
Zachary Tawney
Amythest Temple
Morgan Tester
Emily Thomas
Roslieta Thomas-Herd
Victoria Thursby
Vladymyr Umali
McKayla Walter
Angela Walters
Mindy Weisgerber
Cara Wiley
Alyssa Williams
Brianna Wise
Aaron Woody
Taylor Woody
Samantha Wright
Misael Zavala
Future Business Leaders
of
America
Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) student organization is
collecting teddy bears and other stuffed animals to donate to pediatric patients
at Harbor Hospital. We will collect all through November and deliver in early
December. There will be a donation box in the main lobby. Any money
donated will be used to purchase teddy bears.
This is our FBLA students first Chapter of Work service project for the
2014-2015 school year.
Important Information
for Parents
Lunches Brought to School
This year the Main Office is experiencing a larger than normal number of community members bringing food
from outside restaurants to students. This is causing a disruption to our school activities and Main Office management.
We do recognize that situations arise where a student may be unprepared for lunch. Only a parent or legal guardian may
bring a lunch to their student only to overcome one of these situations. Any other persons attempting to deliver food to
students will be denied access to the building. Parents, please call the Main Office if you have any questions or concerns
pertaining to school lunch. Also, please refer to the following resources to secure a healthy lunch for your child everyday:
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Prepaid lunches at mypaymentsplus.com
Have your student take cash or check to
the cafeteria to prepay for lunches
Free and reduced-price meals (applications available
in the Main Office)
*
“Brown bag” (pack a healthy
sandwich, veggies or fruit the
night before)
Inclement Weather Closings
The Board of Education has unanimously approved changes in the 2014-2015 school year that clearly address
the handling of inclement weather closings and allow parents to make plans for Easter/Spring break and summer
vacations.
Under the revisions approved by the Board on May 7, 2014, five days are built into the calendar for inclement
weather closings as opposed to the four included in past years. Should more than five days be necessary, the sixth
through ninth days will be taken, in order, from the first four days of Easter/Spring break (March 30, 2015 through April
2, 2015).
The calendar further stipulates that should any or all of the sixth through ninth days be needed for inclement
weather closings after April 2, 2015, the necessary makeup days would be added onto the end of the school year. Any
additional days necessary beyond the ninth day, regardless of when they occur, would also be added to the end of the
school year.
Under the approved calendar, schools and offices would still be closed on Good Friday and Easter Monday, with
no plans to utilize those days as makeup days.
From the Attendance Office
Early Dismissal Policy
You must come in and sign out your student and have proper identification.
If you have someone picking up your student that is not on the emergency card, please send a note ahead of time
with your student.
If you know you will be picking up your child early for any reason, please have your child bring in a parent note,
including a phone number where you can be reached, to the Attendance Office that morning and your student will be
waiting for you in the Attendance Office.
If your student is sick, they must go to the Health Room. Health Room staff will coordinate pick-up with the
parent/guardian.
If your student drives or walks and you know they will have an early dismissal, please send in a parent note with
a number where you can be reached that morning. Once we verify the note with you by phone we will release the
student. Please make sure all your contact information is updated in our system. The Attendance Office will be calling
to verify any requests you have by phone or by note.
Please note that this policy is for the protection of all of our students.
Your cooperation is appreciated.
School Store
PTSO News
The School Store now has Hoodies! The store
is open B days during lunches. The hoodies have
Northeast and an eagle head in yellow on the front.
The cost is $22 each, including tax.
We accept cash or check may payable
to Northeast High School.
The next BJ’s sign-up is December 1 through
December 12, 2014. If you sign up through the PTSO,
you get a discount and BJ’s will donate $5.00 to our
school. You will also get an extra three months added
to your membership. You must sign up through the
PTSO to get the discount. You cannot get this discount
at the store. Please see our webpage link at
northeasthigh.org.
Please join the Northeast High School PTSO at
the Lake Shore Fire Hall Quarter Auction on January
15, 2015. Look for details soon on our webpage.
GIFT WRAPPING AND
HOLIDAY CELEBRATION!
Ledo’s Nights
th
When: Friday, December 19
4:30 PM – 6:30 PM
Where: Northeast High School Cafeteria
First Thursday of the month - no flyer needed
but please tell your cashier or server you are with
Northeast School.
December 2, 2014
January 6, 2015
February 3, 2015
Bring your gifts to be wrapped by the National Honor
Society while your children are entertained. Gift
wrapping and activities will be in different rooms.
Holiday Stories
Arts and Crafts
Photos with Santa
Chick-fil-A Nights
First Tuesday of the month - must present flyer
December 18, 2014
Cost: $1 donation/5 gifts (of average size)
$3 donation/child
You may donate a gift to Toys for Tots
in lieu of payment.
All proceeds will benefit Toys for Tots.
(Benefits Class of 2016 Post Prom Party)
January 15, 2014
(Benefits Class of 2017 Post Prom Party)
February 19, 2014
(Benefits Class of 2018 Post Prom Party)
Can YOU escape a strangle hold?
Can YOU escape the rape position?
Can your daughter?
Women’s/Teen’s Self-Defense classes teaches practical victim prevention techniques and
hands on rape protection skills that every girl should know. Learn to escape from a strangle hold, the “rape”
position, grab from behind and more! Surprise is a girl’s best chance of survival; let me teach her and you how to
shock an attacker.
Classes with AACC Recreation and Parks: (all classes 2-3:30pm) $35 per person:
Riviera Beach Elementary School - Sat. February 21, 2015
South County Recreation Center - Sat. February 28, 2015
Broadneck Elementary School
- Sat. March 7, 2015
Private classes/ Fundraising classes available (minimum 5 participants)
[email protected]
410-255-7873
www.10SecondDefense.com
Office of School Counseling News...
NORTHEAST HIGH SCHOOL GUIDANCE OFFICE
December 2014/January/February 2015
GUIDANCE COUNSELORS
Ms. Smith
Mrs. Webster
Mr. Gondak
Mrs. Bagley
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KIS-ROA
ROB-Z
[email protected]
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counselors recommend for success on semester exams:
1.
Students need to review each subject and organize
the materials for each subject BEFORE study. For
example, a student taking U.S. History would collate all
notes, quizzes, tests, maps, etc. in a folder in preparation
for studying. This should take place at least one week
prior to the exam.
2.
Students should determine if they need help in any
subject area BEFORE the exam. In this way “gaps”
or a student’s deficiency in the subject can be addressed
and help can be obtained. Although this evaluation on
one’s competency in a subject area should be ongoing,
students need to seek help early in January.
3.
A “study plan” needs to be developed for each
subject area. Students need to estimate the amount of
study time they will need to prepare adequately for each
exam. This plan will vary according to the course
content and the student’s evaluation of his/her strengths
or weaknesses in the particular course.
4.
“Studying” results in better grades when the student
divides the material into meaningful parts and
studies the material over several days. Oftentimes
parents can serve as “coaches” for students in asking
questions or helping them review out loud.
5.
Finally, all students need to plan for adequate rest
during exams. Work schedules may need to be
adjusted during this time. A “study plan” is developed
and implemented early. Students can avoid “cramming”
the night before the exam and then taking the exam in an
exhausted state.
REGISTRATION DATE
February 7
April 18
June 13
SAT
January 9
March 13
May 8
REGISTRATION DATE
January 24
March 14
May 2
June 6
December 29
February 13
April 6
May 8
RETURN OF THE NATIVE
The Office of School Counseling at Northeast is
again sponsoring “Return of the Natives.” This is a program
in which we invite back alumni to speak with our current
seniors and juniors about life after high school. Our goal is to
encourage our students to take more rigorous courses in high
school. In other words, we would like our students to make
the most out of their high school experience. We have
targeted two days, Thursday, January 8th or Friday, January
9th. If you are interested in attending, please call Mrs.
Frashure in the Office of School Counseling at 410-437-6400.
When calling please let us know which day would be most
convenient for you...Thursday, January 8th or Friday, January
9th. In addition, we need to know what periods you will be
able to cover...1, 2, 3 or 4. Naturally, we will give you an
outline of topics that could be covered. We hope to hear from
you soon.
EXAMINATIONS ARE COMING!
With the January frost comes examination time. A
two hour examination is given in each subject area. High
school students have exams on January 20, 21, 22, and 23.
As a rule two exams are given on the same day. Students are
given a “break” between the two exams and are usually
dismissed around 12 noon on exam days. How do students
prepare for exams? Students who have attended school
regularly, completed daily homework assignments, and
maintained satisfactory grades or better should be well
prepared for exams in all classes. Teachers will review the
major areas of importance in preparation for the exams.
However, there are several other tips that the high school
REPORT CARDS
Report cards for the first semester will be
distributed on Tuesday, February 3. It is very important at
this time to sit down with your child and discuss report card
grades with them. Getting good grades on a report card is
the perfect opportunity to compliment and praise your child
for a job well done. A plan jointly developed with your child
must be implemented to address a report card with failing
grades. Your teen should have a plan to improve grades.
Here is an outline to help your teen develop a plan:
 Determine what grades you want and areas you want to
improve. (Goals need to be realistic)
 Write down specific steps you will take to improve your
grades.
 Set up a deadline of 2-3 weeks to check progress of your
goal.
 Begin working on a plan of action now
SCHEDULE CHANGES FOR
SECOND SEMESTER
Request for changes in courses for second
semester may be granted only if one or more of the
following criteria is met:
1. Seniors needing a class for
Graduation
2. Failure in a pre-requisite course
3. Course was previously passed
4. Course needed for Maryland
Functional Testing Program
NCAA CLEARINGHOUSE
Members of the Class of 2015 who hope to play
Division I or II athletics need to process a form for the
Clearinghouse. The NCAA applications can be downloaded from the Website using
www.ncaaclearinghouse.net and should be submitted
promptly providing that the student has taken the SAT I or
the ACT at least once. When this form is mailed with the
fee, make sure that the applicant keeps track of his/her pin
number. This number will be needed any time an applicant
wants to access the status of his/her application.
TRANSCRIPTS
Seniors requiring transcripts for college applications or
scholarships must have a transcript form, signed by a
parent, on file in the Office of School Counseling. Each
transcript is $2.00. Seniors, please allow enough time for
a recommendation and transcript to be processed. At least
three days notice should be given to the counselors and
Mrs. Conner to have these forms ready.
SENIOR STARS
Seniors, please let us share in the excitement of
post graduation plans and/or scholarship awards. Share
with us your plans for after graduation on the morning
announcements.
SCHOLARSHIPS FOR SCHOLARS
Scholarships for Scholars provides outstanding
scholarship opportunities. The program was established by
the Anne Arundel County Board of Education in 1983 for
the purpose of awarding scholarships to senior scholars
attending private and public secondary schools in Anne
Arundel County. The scholarships are awarded in May to
high school seniors who have “demonstrated exceptional
abilities” in the following areas: Business Technology,
Family and Consumer Science, English, Foreign Language,
Mathematics, Physical Education, Science, Social Studies,
Art, Drama, Music, Career and Technology Education.
Also, scholarship opportunities in this program
exist for students who have contributed to their school and
county-at-large through volunteerism or civic leadership in
community activities.
APPLICATIONS FOR SCHOLARLSHIPS FOR
SCHOLARS ARE AVAILABLE ONLINE THIS YEAR.
STUDENTS MAY APPLY FOR SCHOLARSHIPS IN
SEVERAL DIFFERENT AREAS. AS SOON AS WE
KNOW, WE WILL PROVIDE ALL THE DETAILS
THROUGH ANNOUNCEMENTS, NAVIANCE, AND
THE SCHOOL WEBSITE.
FINANCIAL AID NIGHT
AND FAFSA WORKSHOP
Northeast High School is holding a
Financial Aid Night on January 8, 2015 at
6:30 p.m. Following the financial
information presentation, there will be a
workshop for completing the FAFSA. The
FAFSA is required from all students who
wish to be considered for financial aid from
the federal government, state, or college.
This workshop is for parents and the seniors
who are entering college in the fall of 2015.
There will be people to assist you in filling
out your FAFSA form.
You will need to bring with you either
your current tax information or last year’s
tax records and social security numbers. If
you have questions, please call Mrs. Bagley,
Counselor at 410-437-6400.
THE OFFICE OF THE REGISTRAR
CHANGE OF ADDRESS
If a student moves, the parent must provide written proof of residency to the Registrar as soon as
possible in order for the student records and mailing address to be updated. Proof of residency includes
the mortgage/lease (plus Tenant Verification, if applicable) and current utility bill. Papers may also be
faxed to the Registrar at 410-437-7012. Make sure you write the student’s name on all the papers.
ADDRESS WILL NOT BE CHANGED IN THE COMPUTER
BY WRITING THE NEW ADDRESS ON THE EMERGENCY CARD.
ENROLLING IN NORTHEAST HIGH SCHOOL
Call the Northeast Registrar Office at 410-437-6400, ext. 5788, to schedule an appointment.
Parents must bring a picture ID (i.e. driver’s license) to enter the building. Students should accompany
the parent to register.
The following documentation is MANDATORY and must ALL be presented to the Registrar
during the enrollment appointment. Parents may have papers faxed in advance to Northeast High
School at 410-437-7012 (Attn: Chris Conner). Faxes must be received prior to enrolling and parents
are responsible for obtaining all paperwork.
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Transfer packet from your last school, which includes a current transcript
 Copy of an updated immunization record. All shots MUST be in compliance
with Health Department regulations or the enrollment will not proceed.
 If you are not the custodial parent, you must provide documentation of custody
or custodial rights from a divorce. If you are a step-parent, you must have a notarized
statement from the parent to enroll your step-child.
 Birth Certificate, passport, or visa
 Copy of special education documents (IEP, 504, etc.)
 Proof of residency (choose A, B, or C below):
A. If you own the home (it must be in your name), a copy of your
mortgage statement, tax bill/assessment.
B. If you rent, a copy of the lease.
C. If you are living with someone, you must have a Tenant Verification
Form. This form needs to be notarized and you must present a
mortgage statement, tax bill, or a lease and a current utility bill of the
homeowner. The form may be obtained from the school or download the
form from http://www.aacps.org (go to Students -> Enrolling at AACPS
then select Step 3 Item). A current pay stub, W-2, bank statement, or
official government mail in your name, at that address, must also be presented.
Northeast High School
Scholarship Bulletin – December 2014
AXA Achievement and AXA Community Scholarships
Eligible students must be a US Citizen, be a current high school senior who plans to enroll full-time at
a 2 or 4 year college, demonstrate ambition as evidenced by outstanding achievement in school,
community or work-related activities. Deadline: December 15th
www.axa.scholarshipamerica.org
Burger King Scholars
Eligible students must be graduating seniors with a GPA of 2.5 or higher and plan to enroll in a 2 year
or 4 year college or university. Deadline: December 15th
www.scholarshipamerica.org/burgerkingscholars/
Create a Greeting Card Scholarship
Students must submit a unique photo, piece of artwork, or computer graphic for the front of a greeting
card. The student with the best design wins a $10,000 scholarship and has his/her design made into an
actual greeting card. Deadline: February 18th
www.gallerycollection.com
Dell Scholars Program
Must be an AVID or Educational Talent Search/First2College student, demonstrate financial need,
and have a 2.4 GPA. Deadline: January 15th
www.dellscholars.org/scholarship/how-to-apply
Gates Millenium Scholarship
Eligible students are African American, American Indian/Alaska Native, Asian & Pacific Islander
American, or Hispanic American, are a citizen or permanent resident of the US, plan to attend a 4 year
college in the fall, have demonstrated leadership abilities through participation in community service,
extracurricular, or other activities, and meet the Federal Pell Grant eligibility criteria.
Deadline: January 14th
www.gmsp.org
Parent Brag Sheet
Students often underrepresent the great things they have done in high school. In an effort to get a
well-rounded letter of recommendation for your child, please feel free to tell us all the good things your
student has done (jobs, awards, activities, etc.). Please return this form to the Office of School
Counseling.
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PLEASE HELP
WE NEED YOU!
Northeast High School
1121 Duvall Highway
Pasadena, MD 21122
Contact: Tammy Littleton
Tel: 410-437-6400
Email: [email protected]
Please volunteer at the Home of the Eagle. Training sessions are the 1st Friday of every
month at 9:00 a.m. Come see how to earn monthly prizes AND valuable points for your
student to earn free dance tickets, yearbooks, etc. for a small amount of your time.
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Communicating to Eagle Country
In our ongoing efforts to promote open and honest communication, we are offering this
opportunity for our parent community to provide informal feedback and input. Look
for this feature in every newsletter, and please feel free to let us know what you think!
Mail, fax (410-437-7012), or send this sheet in to the office c/o Pam Allen, Principal’s
Secretary.
Dear Mr. Williams:
Just wanted to let you know….
Positives:________________________________________________________________
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Concerns: _______________________________________________________________
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Phone Number:______________________________________
Northeast AVID in the News
Mrs. Pehrson and Mrs. Wilford
AVID Student of
the Month:
 September: Wade
Preston
 October: Arianna
Nemitz
 November: Zach
Kienast
Thank you to the teachers and counselor who par cipated in our college door decora ng contest during PSAT week: Ms. DiNardo, Mr. Franc, Ms. Gray, Ms. Lang, Ms. Lantz, Ms. Mar n, Ms. Moore, Ms. Pehrson, Ms. Webster, and Ms. Wilford. We hope to increase par cipa on again next year! We had over 100 colleges represented at our 2nd annual student led college fair October 13‐15, 2014. Great job AVID Eagles! Winners were: first place, Lyndon State by Morgan Mar ni; second Place, University of Texas at Aus n by Nathan Klasmeyer and Jacob Morgan; and third place, University of South Carolina by Nick Quigley. College and Career Field trips — Classroom extensions
Let’s think of field trips as
classrooms on the go. A
lot of new ideas are
discussed in the school
house, but field trips are a
way to connect to the
world in which we live.
“The extension of the
classroom is less about
mastery and more about
establishing an authentic
connection between inclass learning and the real
world.” (marygrove.edu)
“They provide unique
opportunities for learning
that are not available within the four walls of a
classroom.” (University of
Florida)
So far this year, our
Northeast AVID classes and
our Signature Program
partnered to take two field
trips, one to Stevenson
University October 23rd
and another to The
National College Fair at the
Baltimore Convention
Center October 27th.
Stevenson University offers
incentives such as a
discount on tuition for
accepted seniors who have
visited their campus.
The National College Fair
gave seniors the
opportunity to obtain
some application fee
waivers from participating
colleges. Underclassmen
introduced themselves to
the college representatives
Northeast AVID sending a delegation to the
AVID Student Leadership Conference.
Our AVID students chose
the following students to
attend the AVID Student
Leadership Conference at
Annapolis High School on
November 13, 2014: Taylor Adams, Risikat Akanbi,
Bhavya Bhardwaj, Will
Clark, Andrew Collins,
Mary Dispaldo, Austin Foster, Ayden Heptner, Alexis
Peters, Wade Preston,
Madelyn Schmidt, Julia
Snyder, Mason Sutton, and
Jenn Whittington-Pelant.
Our students will participate in seminars and general sessions centered
around the theme,
“Coming Attraction...A
Vision for Success.”
Northeast High School is
very lucky to be chosen to
host this conference next
year on November 19,
2015!
and added more information
to their ongoing college and
career research.
November 6th AVID visited
University of Baltimore. The
University of Baltimore offers
tuition incentives to students
who stay at UB
all four years.
AVID 11
students will
have the
opportunity to
visit 8 colleges
in the spring on
our AVID field
trip to Western
PA and Ohio. This is a great
opportunity to visit many
different types of colleges
during a 4 day trip with
other AVID students from
Anne Arundel County.
Four of our students attended this trip last year and
highly recommend it to the
students this year.

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