School News

January 2021 Raffle Winners

January 7, 2020

Please see winners for this month’s raffle here.


NCHS Mini Basketball Cheerleading Clinic Registration

December 17, 2019

NCHS Mini Basketball Cheerleading Clinic
Sponsored by the Newark Catholic High School Cheerleaders

 

When: Thursday, January 23, 2020, 6:15 – 7:30 pm
When: Thursday, January 30, 2020, 6:15 – 7:30 pm

 

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Winter Exams, December 18-20, 2019

December 11, 2019

The exams schedules are shown below by day, and the procedures for exams are posted below the schedule.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

EXAM PROCEDURES                                                                                               

  1. Each exam counts for 20% of the semester grade, and 10% of the final grade. The 4-point grading scale based on the letter grade is used for calculation (NOT the percentages). 
  2. In order to pass a full year course in which an exam is given, the student must pass at least one of the following: the second semester exam OR the average of the third and fourth quarters.
  3. It is the student’s responsibility to know the exam schedule and be present at the proper times. (Posted above).  Except in the case of illness, missed exam time may not be made up.
  4. Students must check the posted exam schedule for scheduling conflicts. If a conflict occurs, the student must see the subject teacher in advance of exams beginning to resolve the conflict.
  5. If a student is ill during exams, the family must follow normal call-in procedures. When the student returns to school, it is his/her responsibility to schedule a make-up time with the teacher.  This must be done immediately.
  6. Students must remain in the classroom until the end of testing. Students should bring materials to study after they have finished the exam.
  7. Students needing a place to wait for their exam time and/or to study are to report to the cafeteria or they may leave the grounds. Students may not congregate on NC property other than to study in the cafeteria quietly.  Locker rooms are off limits, and hallway lockers may not be accessed during exam periods.  Quiet must be maintained in the halls during testing.
  8. The student is responsible to return all texts and equipment prior to testing. EXAMS MAY NOT BE GIVEN to a student until materials are returned or their value has been paid to the office.
  9. Students are allowed to wear jeans (no cargo styles), sport shirts, sweats, and athletic shoes on exam days. Shirts are to have no offensive or suggestive writing on them.  No torn or cut clothing is permitted.  Hats are to be removed, and kept at the front of the room with other personal items, including cellphones.  Students violating these expectations will be sent home to change, and exams (or parts of exams) missed due to dress code will not be made up.  Please use good taste and common sense.
  10. Hot lunch and snack bar services are not available on exam days. Students remaining at school need to bring a brown bag lunch.  Food will be permitted in the cafeteria only.
  11. All detentions must be served by the last day of the semester. If not, the student will not be given the privilege of “open campus,” and he/she must remain at school to serve the detention time.
  12. Busing will occur at standard times during exam days.

Give Catholic on Giving Tuesday! December 3

December 2, 2019

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TUESDAY, DECEMBER 3 is Giving Tuesday, a global day of giving back online, and Newark Catholic is asking you to Give Catholic! We are hoping to raise funds to continue our work of sharing the love of Jesus Christ.

 

Visit https://columbus.igivecatholic.org/organizations/newarkcatholichighschool any time on December 3 to give thanks, to give back and, most importantly, to give CATHOLIC!


Pre-Sale Regional Semi-Final football tickets on sale

November 13, 2019

 

Pre-Sale Regional Semi-Final football tickets for Saturday, Nov 16 game at Meadowbrook High School can be purchased at the Newark Catholic school office for $8 this Thursday, Friday from 9:00 am to 3:30 pm. For all advance ticket sales purchased at the school, NCAA receives a portion of the ticket price. Go Green!


Parents & Student-Athletes — CAASE Brightway Program – Wednesday, November 20

November 12, 2019
PARENTS & STUDENT-ATHLETES — You are invited to attend the CAASE Brightway Program on Wednesday, November 20 at 7:00 PM in the Newark Catholic Gymnasium.
 
Join us and CASSE Program Director, Mike Florak, a 17-year college coach with 19 years of teaching experience in college classrooms for a 40-minute seminar for high school student-athletes, parents, coaches and administrators to explain what college coaches and instructors want, NCAA rules and data, where to find unused academic and other scholarships, and how to market yourself to colleges and coaches.
 
The seminar is FREE as Brightway Center is the sole sponsor. There are no obligations or tie-ins with recruiting services or other organizations.
 
It is for high school athletes interested in participating at the Junior College, NAIA, NCAA Division I, II, and III levels.

NC seeking Annual Auction Chairperson/Co-Chairs

November 11, 2019
The Newark Catholic High School Steering Committee is currently accepting applications from interested candidates to serve as our 2020 Touch of Class Auction Chairperson or Co-Chairs. This is a volunteer role, and hours will count toward School Volunteer Hours. This year’s auction will be held on Saturday, April 25, 2020
 
As the Auction Chairperson(s) you will be the master motivator behind the Auction. The Chair will recruit volunteers, oversee the budget, manage the solicitation of auction items and the planning of the event (theme, décor, menu, etc.), manage the completion of all aspects of the auction and the event, hold committee members accountable for their tasks and the overall goals of the event, work with NCHS Steering Committee to manage and adhere to the approved budget, and serve as the liaison between the committee and the Steering Committee.
 
You will mobilize subcommittees to complete specific tasks and will champion this event as a community-builder while highlighting how the event impacts students as a result of the dollars raised.
 
Qualifications for this role include:
Community-oriented
Self-motivated
Strong leadership skills and interpersonal skills
Strong organizational skills
Strong oral and written communication skills
General understanding of the goals and ideals of Newark Catholic
 
Anticipated Time Commitment:
Monthly 1 hour meetings – November – January
Biweekly meetings – January
Weekly meetings – February, March, April
Event Date – Saturday, April 25, 2020
 
If you are interested, please submit your qualifications and indicate your interest, by sending an email to Miss Beth Hill at bhill@nullnewarkcatholic.org by no later than Friday, November 25.

Diocese of Columbus Tuition Assistance — deadline

November 7, 2019

All applications for Diocese of Columbus tuition assistance must be submitted online by March 15, 2020, at www.factstuitionaid.com