My name is Steve Angel and it is an honor and privilege to serve as the principal for Northeastern High Schooll. NHS is committed to becoming a world-class school that embraces learning and positive student development. Our goal is to become a leader in instruction fostering unprecedented student acheivement and understanding, all under a culture of care and support to motivate and inspirer excellence.
It is my personal mission here at Northeastern High School to provide your child with the best education possible in a way that is engaging, authentic, student-centered, innovative, and promotes an appreciation for life-long learning. Through learning communities, we will continue to work as a team of students, educators, parents, and community to encourage our students to believe in themselves, achieve knowledge, and gain social skills in order to become successful 21st Century citizens. Our ultimate expectation is that our students will become well-rounded adults, contributing to our community as a result of their nurturing at Northeastern.
I look forward to making memories together as we help build your child’s future. Northeastern welcomes your interest in our school and encourages you to contact us for further information.
Office: 765-847-2591 ext 101
Northeastern High School Visit us at: http://nhs.nws.k12.in.us
High School…847-2591 Middle School 765-847-1331
*Daily Announcements for Wednesday, October 15, 2014*
Reporting an absence:If your child is going to be absent – please call the office 847-2591 by 10:00 am the day of the absence. IF YOU WANT HOMEWORK FOR THE DAY OF THE ABSENCE YOU MUST REQUEST IT BY 10:00AM AND PICK IT UP THAT SAME AFTERNOON.
After School Parking: Students, you are doing a great job! This is a reminder that when the buses are rolling, traffic onto Wallace Rd. must be stopped.
Parents who pick up their student at the front entrance are reminded to not park along the curb. Please find a parking spot to wait on your student. For safety purposes this will allow two-way traffic. **
All Sports passes are being sold in the High School Treasurers’ office. Pricing is as follows:
Senior Citizens (65+) $45 Adults $65; Students $50;Family Pass (2 adults, up to 3 children) $190; Additional student $25.
Girls Varsity Basketball practice begins on Monday, October 27 promptly after school in the main gym.
This week in sports…
Thursday: 6:00 pm V Volleyball vs. Shenandoah @ NHS
Friday: 7:00 pm Varsity Football @ Union City
Saturday: 9:00 am JV Volleyball TEC Tournament @ NHS
10:00 am V CC Regionals @ Rushville Middle School
TBA Grant Esposito Individual Tennis Regional @ Carmel
Lunch Menu for Thursday, 10/16
Beef n noodles, Mashed potatoes, Cooked carrots, Fruit Choice, Milk
$1· $2.50 per day / $12.50 per week * $1.60 per day for Breakfast * Breakfast is served in the Cafeteria Daily we start at 7:50 and end serving at 8:05
Thursday Club Meetings: FFA & Media Club
From the music department…
“The Northeastern Music Department would like to thank everyone who participated in the Fall Fundraiser. Whether you sold items or purchased items…you helped us raise $9800.
We greatly appreciate the support!”
From the Bus Barn: We are looking for sub bus drivers. You can can765-847-2284 for more information and speak with Steve Burge.
Dates to remember:
October 16 Picture Re-takes *Return 1st set of pictures to the photographer that day.*
4:00 – 6 :00 pm Parent Teacher Conferences
October 17 Report Cards distributed
October 20-24 Fall Break
From the Treasurer
**Please disregard this message if your student book fees are paid in full.**
The October book fee payment will be due by Friday, October 17th. For your convenience, I will be in my office the evening of October 16th during parent-teacher conferences. Please feel free to stop in and check your student's account balance or make payments at that time.
**You are welcome to stop in to see me Thursday evening even if you do not have a conference to attend.**
Remember that all book fees must be paid in full no later than December 15th.
Thank you for your cooperation.
WHEN:Friday, November 14, 2014
WHERE: Dennis Intermediate School | 222 NW 7th St Richmond IN
WHAT: Wayne County Youth Talent Show
PRIZES: 1st Place $250; 2nd and 3rd Place Money prizes
EVENT SPONSORS: Special thanks to Lingle Real Estate
Full Name of all Youth Participants:
Contact Phone Number:
Explanation of your talent and any additions that will be made at showtime (i.e. costumes, etc.)
All entrants will be contacted byNov. 1.
Mentoring & Tutoring: Communities In Schools is looking for community volunteers to become mentors or tutors at Northeastern. Mentors meet with a student once a week for 30 minutes during lunch. After school tutoring for middle and high school students is every Monday (3:30p-4:15p) and Wednesday (2:45p-3:30p). Homework Heroes is the tutoring program for Elementary students on Tuesdays and Thursdays (3p-4p). If you are interested in volunteering or know someone who might be interested, please contact Taylor Felker at the Middle & High school or Melissa Todd at the Elementary.
Transforming Technology Flyer
Please watch this video and connect to the website for the Northeastern Jr/Sr High School iPad Project.
This site will hopefully offer helpful resources for district and school leaders as they prepare to implement a school or district-wide one-to-one iPad initiative.
If you have any comments, questions, or concerns please feel free to contact us.
The Northeastern iPad Team
Transforming Technology Through Top Notch Teaching
The new Northeastern Wayne Alternative Program has opened with Mr. Metzger as Program Director.
The mission statement for Northeastern Jr/Sr High School is that “student achievement is the driving force behind all our decisions”. The Northeastern Wayne Alternative Program is being established as a result of that mission. In doing this, we will:
- Provide a safe, flexible, and student-centered learning environment that allows students to earn high school credits and pass middle school classes.
- Student eligibility will be based on the following:
- Need for credit recovery
- Academic problems or underachievement
- Dropout or potential dropout status
- Absenteeism or truancy
- Disruption of the traditional school setting
- Alternative to expulsion/suspension
- Other case-by-case scenarios as determined by administration
What kind of instruction will take place?
Students will receive instruction by a combination of in-person tutoring from the administrator/teacher, systems of learning software such as Edgenuity and Acuity instructional resources, and credit recovery through Indiana Virtual Academy and Edgenuity.
Students from what grades will be eligible for the Alternative Program?
Students in grades 6-12 will be eligible. Learn More ...
When calling the High School you may dial the extention you would like at anytime during the opening message.
Mr. Angel, Principal……........101
Mrs. Shannon, Secretary…...100
Mrs. Wright, Treasurer………102
Mr. Ross, Asst. Principal........105
Mr. Pierson, Ath. Director…...106
Mrs. Claypoole, Registrar…...107
Mrs. Atkinson, Nurse………..
Northeastern Middle School can be reached at: 765-847-1331.