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Thursday, April 27, 2017

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Calling all pet owners! The yearbook is currently accepting photo submissions of both you and your pet(s) together. Please email your pictures in JPEG format to Mr. Norton by the end of this week.

Prom is Saturday, May 6th, from 6pm to 10pm. There is a formal dress code. Seniors and juniors are welcome and sophomores are welcome by invitation only. Tickets are $60.  Guest Passes are available until May 5th.

The International Men's March to Stop Rape, Sexual Assault, and Gender Violence is on Saturday April 29th.  Every gender, class, race, orientation, etc. is encouraged to participate.  For more details, see Dstep!

Dalia Mogahed, the first Muslim American woman to hold a senior position at the White House, is giving a free speech about Islamophobia at Cal Poly on April 29th from 3-5 pm.  For more details, see Dstep!

Yearbooks are on sale!  Get yours today at TreeRing.com.

Do you have books that you no longer read at your house?  If you would like to donate them, please consider donating them to the Take A Book, Leave A Book program in room 919, now thru May 1st.

Homework Club today is open today at lunch and afterschool from 3:00 to 4:00.

Clubs and Classes
Bible Study Club meets today at lunch in Mrs. Isbell’s room new members always welcome

Community Service

Many scholarships are due soon. Check them out on our new and improved website!!


ALL BOYS INTERESTED IN PLAYING Nipomo High Basketball there is an informational lunch meeting today at 12:20 in Mr. Deichler's classroom, room 134.  Come meet our new Varsity Coach and get important information about NHS Basketball.

Today’s Sports:
Boys Golf at Monarch; 1:30
Boys Volleyball at Templeton; JV 4:00, Varsity 5:00
Stunt Cheer Home vs Paso Robles and Santa Barbara; 5:00, 6:00, 7:00

Please dismiss the following teams at the times listed:
Boys Golf at 12:10
Boys Volleyball at 2:15



Professional Portfolio Mock Interviews, April 27th & 28th

Please sign up (click on the link above) to be part of this unique panel experience.  Freshman students will be applying for a pretend part time job and you will be able to conduct their interview!  We need panel members who are willing to work one on one with our students to take them through a mock interview and review their skills and qualifications outlined on their resumes and in their professional portfolio websites.


Biology Formal Presentations April 27 & 28:

You are cordially invited to Biology formal presentations on Thursday and Friday, April 27th and 28th! Students have spent the last two months studying ecosystems, human impacts, biodiversity, natural selection, adaptations, and biomimicry engineering. They will be proposing unique biomimetic designs as ways to combat human impacts.

Thank you for your time and willingness to support CCNTH biologists as they explore ways to better the earth!  

Click on the link above to sign up!


Justification Project, May 5:

American Studies students have been asked to design and create short podcasts that answer the question: Does the end justify the means? We used topics from World War II, the Japanese Internment and the dropping of the atomic bombs, as case studies to answer these questions.

We need three panelists per class (so six total) to listen to podcasts and decide which to forward on to the  Library of Congress Veteran's History Project. We are especially interested in panelists that have experience in the military or have strong sentiments regarding our military  

Click on the link above to sign up!