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NHS Reacts and Reflects After Security Threat

Nutley Students Returned to School After Security Threat

 

On Monday, February 26, 2018, students of Nutley High School returned from winter break. The Thursday prior to break, February 15, there was a security threat  which closed down all districts schools on Friday, February 16. Parents, students and staff had a variety of emotions upon the reopening of school, after break.

 

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Student Tips On Midterms

As midterms approached at Nutley High School, students wondered how hard the tests would be, how they would affect their grades, what they would look like, and how to study. 

 

In order to be successful at midterms, students needed to have an overall grasp of their classes and learning concepts.

 

Students took two tests a day, starting at 8:15 a.m. and ending at 12:30 p.m. The tests were  two hours each, with a fifteen minute break in between.

 

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New Opportunities for Students in Nutley High School

Shaping Students’ Futures Step-by-Step

 

New electives were introduced to the Nutley High School students for the 2017-2018 school year. Electives are courses that students take to help shape their future. In addition to the required courses, students are allowed to pick two electives in categories such as Career and Technical Education, Mathematics, Academy of Health Science Careers, Visual and Performing Arts and English.

 

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Cheer Me Up Foundation Spreads Holiday Joy to Children

The Cheer Me Up Foundation is a non-profit organization that financially aids sick and underprivileged children in the community. The organization seeks to help all children  experience the joy of being a child, no matter what their hardships are. The foundation's mission is to inspire and give back to the community. 

 

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Nutley Votes Down December 12th Referendum

On Tuesday, December 12, 2017, all registered Nutley voters were able to vote in the special School Board’s Referendum. The referendum was created by the Board of Education and administration in an effort address the overcrowding within the school district. The referendum included construction projects at four district schools: Washington Elementary School, Yantacaw Elementary School, John H. Walker Middle School and Nutley High School. More than 4,200 voters cast their ballots that day. The referendum was voted down 2,380 to 1,879.