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NHHS Social Studies Department 2014 Spring Break Trip to Italy, Slovenia and Rome

NHHS Youth for Hope Club

Project Hope Alliance (www.projecthopealliance.org), the Costa Mesa-based organization bringing an end to homelessness in Orange County, announced that it received a $25,000 donation from its auxiliary, supporting club – Youth for Hope at Newport Harbor High School in Newport Beach, California.  . The donation is the result of Newport Harbor High School’s Youth for Hope Club’s efforts to raise awareness of homeless and motel children in Orange County.   NHHS Principal Boulton, Mr. Sigafoos (NHHS Teacher and Club Advisor) and Samantha Schroff (NHHS Youth for Hope Club) presented the $25,000 donation check to Project Hope Alliance (PHA) on 4/15/14.     

Knowing that children around Orange County were suffering, Schroff became passionate about starting a Youth for Hope Club at Newport Harbor High School, and launched the club in 2013. Supporting Project Hope Alliance’s mission to eliminate barriers that homeless students’ experience.

In addition to this significant donation, Schroff is planning a ‘Mother’s Day Weekend Stuff-A-Truck' program at St. Andrews Church in Newport Beach. She and her Youth For Hope peers will be assembling pre-filled grocery bags, each valued at $10, to be available for purchase during the week and during church services. Once a donor buys the bag, they will literally “stuff the truck” with all groceries then being donated to the families that Project Hope Alliance serves.   Please come get involved to support this worthwhile cause on May 8 (3-6 pm), May 9 (3-6 pm) and May 10 (11 am - 2 pm) at St. Andrews Church!!

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ASB COMMISIONER APPLICATIONS

The ASB is currently accepting application for their 3rd period class commission positions. Applications are available here for download.  Please note the due dates on the front page of the application.
Questions? E-mail Mrs. Helliwell,  ahelliwell@nmusd.us

2014 ASB Commissioner Packet
Freshman Commissioner Packet

 

Local teams win CIF academic awards

Newport Harbor  boys' cross-country and girls' track and field teams each finish fourth with 3.65 and 3.61 respective GPAs in the CIF academic awards ranking. Thank you to both teams for representing SAILOR PRIDE! with dignity and academic fortitude.  

Click here for the full story

Congratulations Nick Sargent - Daily Pilot boy's basketball player of the year!

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Daily Pilot Boys' Basketball Dream Team: Sargeant an example of all-out hustle Newport Harbor senior, who left it all on court each time he stepped on it as a dynamic guard, is Dream Team Player of the Year.

Click on image for full Daily Pilot article. 

Important Dates/Links/Questions for 2014-2015

Thank you attendees of our curriculum night. Please keep in mind the following dates:

April 15-Freshman Orientation

May 6-Part II of our curriculum update, and student code of conduct changes.

May 21-Open House, Evening of the Arts

Please Email: sboulton@nmusd.us if you have further questions that you would like answered on May 6.

2014-2015 Curriculum Changes PowerPoint

NHHS House Flags

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Show your “Sailor Pride” by displaying one of our new NHHS house flags. The traditional nylon flag easily slides on to any standard flag pole. Flags can be purchased through the ASB office for $50, (flag pole not included)
ASB office hours:  7:30am – 3:00pm
Limited quantity available.

 

Newport Harbor Vision, Mission, and ESLR

Vision Statement (Long-term goal of Newport Harbor High School): Founded in 1930, the faculty and staff at Newport Harbor High School work through a process of shared decision-making to create a dynamic and challenging school environment.

 

Mission Statement (Short-term, daily goals at Newport Harbor High School): We believe all students will become productive and successful members of our global society by challenging each student to his or her academic and personal potential.

 

WE ARE:

 

S-Scholarly    

A-Artistic        

I-Interconnected  

L-Leaders        

O-Outstanding     

R-Responsible

 
P-Persistent
R-Respectful
I-Innovative
D-Diligent
E-Enlightened

School News

From OC Health Care Agency - Measles Outbreak in Orange County - MMR Vaccine Highly Recommended
Measles Outbreak in Orange County MMR Vaccine Highly Recommended (Santa Ana) – Orange County has twenty-one confirmed cases of measles in 2014, the most reported by any county in California.  The Health Care Agency expects that the meas... Continue
Posted by: Laura Boss
Published: 4/14/14

April is Autism Awareness Month. On Tuesday We Wear Blue!!
Click to learn more. Continue
Posted by: Emily Luevanos
Published: 4/7/14

You're Invited to the District String Workshop - Performance Time At 6p.m.
The District String Workshop will be held Tuesday, April 29 at Ensign Intermediate School.  Performance time is 6:00pm. Ensign is located at: 2000 Cliff Drive, Newport Beach, CA 92663. This will be a fun evening of string music which will hig... Continue
Posted by: Matthew Jennings
Published: 4/3/14

Boys Tennis News!!
Here is our boys tennis update for the week:  We played at Tesoro on Monday and showed up strong with a 13-5 win.  We hosted St. Margarets yesterday and came through with another 13-5 win.  Our #1 singles player Reese Stalder is und... Continue
Posted by: Cindy Ballreich
Published: 3/20/14

N-MUSD's Legal Notice of Trustee Area 1 Provisional Appointment
Notice of Provisional Appointment of Board Member for Trustee Area 1 Date:   Thursday, March 13, 2014 Following a public interview process on Tuesday, March 4, 2014, the Newport-Mesa Unified School District selected Mrs. Vicki Snell to r... Continue
Posted by: Laura Boss
Published: 3/13/14

N-MUSD's 2013/14 K-12 Priorities
Please see the attached link to view the 2013/14 K-12 District Priorities officially approved by the Board of Education on September 24, 2013. Continue
Posted by: Laura Boss
Published: 10/3/13

Online Flyers

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General School Calendar

Today: 4/18/14
All Day: A Day
All Day: End of Third Quarter
All Day: End of 3rd Quarter
9:35 AM ASB Elections (11th Grade)

Bell Tower

Newport Harbor High School
Office Hours

Monday - Friday

7:00am - 4:00pm
All Visitors/Parents must check-in

at the Receptionist's Desk located

at the Main Entrance under the Bell Tower

Please call Newport Harbor High's Attendance Line, 949-515-6305, within three days of your child's absence. Please remember that no student will be released over the telephone, and no early dismissals will be issued over the telephone. For more information please click here.

NHHS Text-Message Tip Line

(415) 891-9309

Text messages sent to this number go directly to the NHHS Administration, and those text messages can anonymously report issues with drugs, bullying, threats, and other concerns student, parents, and staff members have about campus safety and security.

Quick Phone List

 

Main Number 949-515-6300
Attendance 949-515-6305
Counseling 949-515-6304
Health Office 949-515-6307
Athletics 949-515-6308
Library 949-515-6312
Student Services /
Lost & Found
949-515-6314
Records 949-515-6363