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NEWPORT HARBOR HIGH SCHOOL SUMMER HOURS:

Effective June 27 – August 19th

 

Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.

 

Closed for Lunch 12:00 Noon – 1:00 p.m.

 

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SUMMER IN PERSON REGISTRATION DATES AND TIMES

Seniors:

Monday, August 22nd                   8:00 – 11:30 A.M./1:00 – 3:00 P.M.

IN ADDITION TO SENIORS, ALL GRADES OF THE FOLLOWING STUDENT GROUPS MAY COME BEGINNING AT 2:00 ON THIS DAY:  ATHLETES IN SUMMER CAMP, CHEER AND MUSIC

 

Juniors:

Tuesday, August 23rd                    8:00 – 11:30 A.M./1:00 – 3:00 P.M.

 

Sophomores: 

Wednesday, August 24th             8:00 – 11:30 A.M./1:00 – 3:00 P.M.

 

Freshmen:

Thursday, August 25th                   8:00 – 11:30 A.M./1:00 – 3:00 P.M.

 

Make Up Day (All Grades)              

Monday, August 29th                    8:00 – 11:30 A.M./1:00 – 3:00 P.M

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6/21/16

Fit Club is a fitness and nutrition education program for children

ages 4-18, to build confidence, learn about healthy living

habits, engage in exciting games, and enjoy fun activities.

 

Free Summer Program!

Space is limited! Sign up today! July 11th August 18th,2016

Monday - Thursday: 1pm-3:15pm

Location: Pomona Elementary School

2051 Pomona Ave

Costa Mesa, CA 92627

 

 

Application is attached to this notice.

 

Also, applications available at:

Newport-Mesa Unified School District HOPE Clinic & Health Services

2045 Meyer Place, Bldg A

Costa Mesa, CA 92627

949-515-6730

 

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Program Includes:

Obstacle courses

Sport activities

Fitness workouts

BMI Testing

Nutrition education

Cooking Demos Raffle prizes

Healthy meals provided

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6/21/16

Summer Fit Club at Dr. Riba’s Health Club

 

Fit Club se enfocado en nutrición y educación física. Este programa ayuda a los niños de 4 a 18 años aprender hábitos saludables, adquirir seguridad en si mismo(a) mientras participan en juegos divertidos.

 

Gratis programa de verano!! El espacio

es limitado, aplique hoy!

Julio 11 Agosto 18, 2016

Lunes Jueves: 1pm-3:15pm

Sitio: Pomona Elementary School

2051 Pomona Ave

Costa Mesa, CA 92627

 

 

aplicación incluida con este aviso

 

Aplicaciones disponible en:

Newport-Mesa Unified School District HOPE Clinic & Health Services

2045 Meyer Place, Bldg A

Costa Mesa, CA 92627

949-515-6730

 

Programa Incluye:

Carreras de obstaculos

Deportes

Ejercisios de entrenamiento

Evaluacion de indice masa incorporal

Education de nutricion Demostraciones de cocina Rifas y premios

Servimos comidas saludables

 

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Proporciona habilidades a los niños para que vivan una vida saludable. Con una tasa del 80% de éxito nuestro programa ayuda a familias a volverse saludables por medio de educación nutricional y actividades físicas.

 

Contactenos:

2100 West Alton Ave, Suite 2

Santa Ana, CA 92704

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6/8/16

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The Newport-Mesa Unified School District (NMUSD) hosted a student awards ceremony on June 7 to honor many exemplary graduating seniors on their accomplishments. More than 200 guests attended the awards ceremony at the Corona Del Mar High School Performing Arts Center.

 

Among the 1,669 seniors graduating this month, NMUSD congratulated a few stand-out students that achieved perfect scores on their ACT/SAT, those that received the Simon Scholar designation, and Seals of Excellence. 

 

“It is gratifying and awe-inspiring to watch as our students garner recognitions for distinguished achievements in excellence,” Said Superintendent Dr. Fred Navarro.

 

The following seniors achieved a perfect score on their SAT/ACT this year, in addition to one junior who also achieved a perfect score on their ACT.

 

Perfect score on ACT

  • Baylee Bakkila, Newport Harbor High School
  • Shane Gooding, Corona del Mar High School
  • Matthew Paragas, Corona del Mar High School
  • Abigal Peterson- Corona del Mar High School (Class of 2017)

 

Perfect score on SAT

  • Hikaru Masuda, Corona del Mar

The awards ceremony also recognized 17 students as part of the Simon Scholars Program, which enables students facing difficult life and economic circumstances to graduate from high school with enhanced self-esteem and self-confidence. Simon Scholars is a unique six-year program that begins during a student's junior year in high school and continues through four years of college. Each recipient received a $16,000 scholarship.

 

Additionally, 12 students received the Seal of Excellence which honors students who took the most rigorous academic path. These students will be honored with a special seal on their diploma, notation on their transcript and highlighted in the graduation program.

 

“Congratulations! This is sure to be one of many successful moments for you and we wish you continued success as you embark on new adventures,” said Superintendent Dr. Fred Navarro. “Good luck on the journey ahead and go make your mark on the world!,” he said.

 

Additional awards and recognitions included; National Merit Scholar Finalists, Dr. Norman R. Loats Scholarship, Dr. Robert Charles Francy Science Scholarship, John W. Nicoll Scholarship for Future Teachers, Norman Stillwell Award, ASCE Every Student Succeeding Award, Girls Incorporated Scholarship, Coastline ROP Awards, OCDE Academic Pentathlon, Naviance College & Career Essay contest winners, Youth & Governments Participants, Newport Beach Youth Council Government Day participants, Girl Scout Gold recognitions, and Eagle Scout recognitions.

 

Click here to view and download photos of the student awards ceremony.

 

As a whole, the 2016 graduating seniors are receiving more than $2.5 million in scholarships and grants. That money will go to good use as our graduates prepare to enter notable colleges throughout the country and abroad including; Boston University, Brown University, Columbia University, Cornell University, Duke University, Georgetown University, Harvard University, Michigan State, Princeton University, Stanford University, UC Berkley, UCLA, and USC to name a few. 

 

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5/13/16

CharacterTrait-PhotoCollage_5-10-2016.pngNewport-Mesa Unified School District (NMUSD) recognized six high school seniors for their exceptional character leadership traits. The goal of the Character Trait Awards Program is to identify six seniors, one from each high school, who exemplify one of the six pillars of character: trustworthiness, respect, responsibility, fairness, caring and citizenship. Employees from the six high schools in NMUSD nominate a student for each category and final award selections are made by a small committee led by Superintendent Dr. Fred Navarro. 

“We have a wealth of incredible students and it is gratifying to annually recognize a few of them,” said Superintendent Dr. Fred Navarro. “Getting to know students and their genuine good natured approach to life is something that I look forward to each year,” he added.

Congratulations to the following students selected as a Character Trait Award Winner:

Kaitlynn Kistler, Early College High School – Trustworthiness

Selected for the Character Trait Award of Trustworthiness, Kaitlynn is a dedicated, thoughtful, and hardworking student. She is a member of the National Honors Society and dedicates her time to assist struggling classmates and goes above and beyond to offer her support.

 

Ryan Kassel, Corona del Mar High School – Respect
Selected for Character Trait Award for Respect, Ryan is unfailingly courteous, kind and respectful to his peers, teachers, and coaches. He is captain of the Varsity Cross Country team and participates as an intern in the Biorobotics Lab at UC Irvine. 

 

Menzin Echols, Back Bay High School – Responsibility
Selected for the Character Trait Award for responsibility, Menzin has maintained excellent attendance, stellar grades, and earned the respect and friendship of his peers as well as the Back Bay faculty and staff.

 

Clarissa Barragan, Estancia High School – Fairness
Selected for the Character Trait Award for fairness, Clarissa is good-natured, open minded and patient. She is respectful toward peers and staff and carefully listens to other’s viewpoints to ensure fairness among peers.

 

Peyton Espley-Jones, Newport Harbor High School – Caring
Selected for the Character Trait Award for Caring, Peyton regularly displays a caring, positive, optimistic approach to things. She is personable, compassionate, and driven to succeed. She is president of a student body of more than 2,500 students and consistently spends time and energy to improve the lives of others through her genuine caring nature.

 

Nora Vartanian, Costa Mesa High School – Citizenship

Selected for the Character Trait Award of Citizenship, Nora maintains a 4.3 GPA, while balancing her academic activities and activities outside of school. She is a member of the Madrigal Choir and the varsity cheer team. She advocates for the needs of herself and others and is active in her church and numerous community service activities.

 

The selected high school seniors reflect strong leadership traits and a culture of kindness, which is important in a school learning environment. Award winners are honored with a six foot banner with their photo, character trait, and school that they represent prominently displayed in the district lobby for one year. Students also will be recognized at a special student recognition ceremony on June 14, 2016 at 6:00 P.M. in the District Boardroom

 

Congratulations to these exceptional students and good luck in your future endeavors.

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5/12/16

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Newport-Mesa Unified School District (NMUSD) is joining the Orange County Department of Education’s One Billion Acts of Kindness initiative, which launched this month and will continue until reaching one billion acts of kindness in Orange County.
 

As the name of the campaign suggests, the goal is to register one billion good deeds throughout Orange County, in an effort to promote civility, character and positive school climates in Orange County — and hopefully beyond.
 

“This is a wonderful initiative that we wholeheartedly support,” said Superintendent Dr. Fred Navarro. “As educators it is important to look beyond just academics and foster positive school climates to nurture students’ emotional and social well-being,” he said.
 

All kind acts count toward the goal of one billion, regardless of where they occur. Be sure to record the acts by posting to social media (Facebook, Twitter and Instagram) using the hashtag #kindness1billion, or by visiting the website www.kindness1billion.org and clicking on the designated button. There also is an option for schools and community organizations to submit multiple acts at once.
 

An act of kindness can be as simple as welcoming a new student to school, picking up a discarded cup along the sidewalk or writing a kind note to a friend or family member. It could be more involved, such as visiting a home for senior citizens, joining a beach clean-up or volunteering at a local animal shelter. Either way, it is about doing something kind with no expectation of reciprocity.
 

Please join us in spreading kindness and together we can reach One Billion Acts of Kindness. For more information, please visit www.kindness1billion.org.

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Newport Harbor High School Vision Statement
Founded in 1930, Newport Harbor High School uses shared decision-making to create a dynamic and challenging school environment.

Newport Harbor High School Mission Statement
By challenging students to reach their academic and personal potential, we believe we can help all students become productive and successful members of our global society.

The mission of the Newport-Mesa Unified School District, in partnership with the Costa Mesa - Newport Beach communities, is to graduate students who have acquired the knowledge, skills, and attitudes necessary to achieve significant career, educational, civic, and personal goals, which will enrich our society.

The Newport-Mesa Unified School District Governing Board is committed to providing equal opportunity for all individuals in education. District programs, activities, practices, and employment shall be free from discrimination, harassment, intimidation, and bullying based race, color, ancestry, national origin, ethnic group identification, age, religion, marital or parental status, physical or mental disability, sex, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity or expression; the perception of one or more of such characteristics; or association with a person or a group with one or more of these actual or perceived characteristics. This policy applies to all acts related to school activity or school attendance within a school under the jurisdiction of the Superintendent.  Any school employee who witnesses an incident of unlawful discrimination, including discriminatory harassment, intimidation, retaliation, or bullying, shall immediately intervene to stop the incident when it is safe to do so.  Compliance Officer Contact Information: Russell Lee-Sung, Associate Superintendent, Chief Human Resources Officer, 2985 Bear St. Costa Mesa, CA 92626, 714-424-5041