Friday, December 21st
Half Day-Christmas break begins
Tuesday, January 8th
Students will return from Christmas break
NBH Christmas Giving
It's that time of year again when NBH families come together to support one another and spread the joy of the season! This year, in lieu of the Angel Tree, we would like to offer gift cards to those of you that could use a little extra help.
If your family needs assistance for Christmas, and we can help, please contact your child's counselor by Friday, December 7:
- Heather Bastedo (6th & 7th Grade) - email@example.com
- Debbie Viera (8th & 9th Grade) - firstname.lastname@example.org
- Chelsea Gibson (10th & 11th Grade) - email@example.com
- Kara Sklarski (12th Grade) - firstname.lastname@example.org
Information regarding "sponsoring" a NBH family for Christmas will be sent out next week.
MS Polar Express/Pajama Day
MS Polar Express / Pajama Day will be Friday, Dec. 21st. Tickets will be on sale the morning of the event in the cafeteria for $5.00 and will include admission to the movie and an out-of-dress code armband to allow wearing pajamas or ugly Christmas sweater and jeans. NBH policy will be in effect in regards to full coverage. Concessions will be provided for an additional charge. This event is a SGA fundraiser that will be used to sponsor planned events for this upcoming Spring. Please join the fun by signing up on the link below to help decorate, chaperone, or send in snacks.
High school may also pay for the out of dress code armband to wear pajamas or an ugly Christmas sweater and sweats on Dec. 21st as well!
Volunteer Sign-Up Link:
To: Our Displaced Haven families
From: Larry Bolinger, Chief Education Officer
In the aftermath of Hurricane Michael, it was our desire to do what we could for our families who had to relocate to another place temporarily. We were able to hold your child’s position so you would have the much needed time to take care of your individual situations.
We have said all along that we would hold these positions for as long as we could and would inform you as to when that deadline was determined, and we appreciate your patience as we’ve worked through this process.
Therefore, your student must be present and on campus on January 8th, which is the first day of school after the Christmas Holidays. If not in class that day, we will have to withdraw your student. You may always go in and put in an application for 2018-2019 and 2019-2020, if you believe you will be back in the area later in the year. The waiting lists for some of the upper grades tend to be short. The deadline to have applications in for the 2019-2020 lottery is January 31st for high school and February 28th for K-8. If you already know that you are permanently relocated, please contact your school and inform them so that they may offer that spot to another person who is waiting. As a charter school, budgets are based on full enrollment, which, unfortunately, has governed this decision. I thank you for your understanding.