Attention residents of eastern Nash County: Are you wondering whether your child will be potentially reassigned to a different school next year or what their new attendance zone might be? Follow the steps below to discover more. Step 1: Click on the Bus Planner Link Step 2: Click "Which School Do I Attend?" Step 3: Select the School Year "2024-2025" Step 4: Type Your Address Note: Please make sure your 'demographic information' is correct in PowerSchool!! Contact your school if you do not know how to access that information. Thank you!
4 days ago, Heather Louise “HL” Finch
We do apologize! There is a technical error with the live stream! This video will be going up as soon as the event concludes. In the meantime, we have turned on the landing page. Please read through this carefully. There's information on how to type your address inside Bus Planner, select the 2024-2025 school year, and see if you're potentially impacted. Additionally, please be sure to check PowerSchool to make sure your proper address is inside of PowerSchool.
5 days ago, Heather Louise “HL” Finch
Employer in the Foyer April 18th 10:15-12:15 Juniors and Seniors
9 days ago, Robert O'Brien III
Employer in the foyer
Good morning, NCPS Families: Below is some important information regarding the upcoming Community Forum meetings. Please note that the maps will be shown at these meetings. Landing Page for the Proposed Attendance Zones: Q&A LINK - Please continue to submit your questions to be addressed: The Community Forums will also have a live broadcast next Monday and Wednesday, the link for the viewing is the NCPS YouTube page: We hope to see you next week in person. Thank you!
11 days ago, Heather Louise “HL” Finch
Community Forums NCPS
NNHS Attendance Spirit Week! Next week we will be having an Attendance Spirit Week hosted by the MTSS Committee. Monday - Be an Attendance Hero, Tuesday - Wacky Tacky, Wednesday - Twin Day, and Thursday - Be a Team Player. We will conclude with our PBIS led staff vs. student basketball game on Thursday during 4th period. Students be sure to purchase your tickets ($3) to attend the game. Tickets are being sold during all lunch periods.
29 days ago, Cara Patterson
Attendance Spirit Week
🎨Celebration of the Arts🎨 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, 3/26 at Rocky Mount High! Join us to celebrate the brilliance of Nash County Public Schools' students at our Celebration of the Arts! This event showcases artwork from students across the district. After the celebration, the artwork will be displayed at the Braswell Memorial Library throughout the month of April. Then it will be at the NCPS District Office in the Superintendent’s Art Gallery. 🖼️🎨✏️ #ArtsMonth #CelebrateArtinEducation #NCPS #NCPSchools #NCPSProud #CelebrationoftheArts #ArtworkDisplay
about 1 month ago, Nash County Public Schools
Celebration of the Arts
Check this out! Tomorrow there will be a Pottery Bowl and Soup Sale at NNHS 🎉 - March 14th from 12-2:00 pm. $10 for soup, crackers, and pick your pottery bowl to keep. All proceeds go to NNHS Pottery department!
about 1 month ago, Cara Patterson
Pottery Bowl and Soup Sale
The Drama Department's Spring Musical, Spamalot, will be performed March 22-23. Links to purchase Tickets: This is the link for March 22, 2024 This is the link for March 23, 2024 at 1:30 pm This is the link for March 23, 2024 at 7:30 pm
about 1 month ago, Robert O'Brien III
Spamalot Spring Musical
Unity Fri-Yay! Come together as a community of unity and wear green as a symbol to prevent Gun Violence and share your photos in the comments! Gun violence is preventable when you know the signs. “Say Something” upstanders have helped Sandy Hook Promise prevent 7 school shootings and 60+ acts of violence with a weapon.
about 1 month ago, Nash County Public Schools
Say Something
about 1 month ago, Tracy Spence
Attendance Matters
In 4 out of 5 school shootings, at least one other person had knowledge of the attacker’s plan but failed to report it. People who hurt themselves or others often show warning signs before they carry out an act of violence. #SaySomethingWeek #SaySomethingSavesLives #NCPSchools
about 2 months ago, Nash County Public Schools
We promise to Say Something
I promise to be an #Upstander and ”Say Something” when I see someone at-risk of hurting themselves or others. #SaySomethingWeek #SaySomethingSavesLives #NCPSchools
about 2 months ago, Nash County Public Schools
Parents Did You Know… Your Child can ride the wave of success with healthy breakfast options at school? Established in 1989, National School Breakfast Week (NSBW) celebrates how school breakfasts can set students up for daily success. By observing this special week every year, we’re encouraging all K-12 schools to recognize the importance of a healthy start to the day with breakfast to fuel children’s academic success. #NCPS #NCPSchools #NSBW24 #surfsupwithschoolbreakfast
about 2 months ago, Heather Louise “HL” Finch
school breakfast week
Know the Signs: Preventing Gun Violence and Other Harmful Acts This #SaySomethingWeek, NCPS is raising awareness on learning the warning signs of violence and how to get help. Here are the 3 steps: – Recognize The Signs – Act Immediately, Take It Seriously – Say Something
about 2 months ago, Nash County Public Schools
take the pledge
Tomorrow morning!! Tune into Spectrum News on Friday, March 1, 2024 - in a detailed interview, Jeannie Kerr, Project AWARE director at Nash County Public Schools (NCPS), shared insights into the district's efforts to enhance student safety and mental well-being. With new safety legislation effective March 1, Nash County Public Schools has updated its protocols accordingly. Nash County Public Schools, distinguished as one of six districts in North Carolina to receive the Project AWARE grant, exemplifies commitment to creating a secure educational setting. This grant, provided by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration and managed through the Department of Public Instruction, highlights the district's proactive approach to student safety.
about 2 months ago, Heather Louise “HL” Finch
project aware
NCPS has updated its dress code policy. If an individual believes that they have a cause to file a Title IX Sexual Harassment claim, please contact the following Title IX contacts: Sheila Wallace - Title IX Contact for Personnel Dr. Leondus Farrow, Jr. - Title IX Contact for Students Angela Miller - Title IX Contact for Athletics
about 2 months ago, Heather Louise “HL” Finch
title 9
FAFSA Event Thur.
about 2 months ago, Robert O'Brien III
Parents please remind your 11th grade students that if they did not complete the training that was conducted yesterday 2/20/2024 they must complete the training. I will be trying to contact them during the school day, however some are on and off campus. A reminder from Mom/Dad always helps complete the process. They must complete the training or they will not get a login for the ACT Test that will be taken on Tuesday, February 27th. We are just five days away from the test. Thank you for all you do supporting your student and Northern Nash.
about 2 months ago, Timothy Messer
Good Evening, Bus 244 for Northern Nash will not have a driver in the morning. Please plan accordingly. We apologize for the inconvenience that this situation has caused. Thank you for your patience and have a great evening.
2 months ago, Kevin Leonard
2/19/2024 Dear Parent or Guardian: The State Board of Education is required by General Statute §115C-174.11 (c)(4), to plan for and require the administration of the ACT test to all public-school students who are enrolled in the eleventh grade. Your student will take the statewide ACT test, free of charge, on February 27, 2024. Colleges may use ACT scores for admissions decisions, course placement, academic advising, and loans and scholarships. Students participating in the statewide ACT administration can select for free up to four colleges (or other reporting agencies) to receive their ACT scores. The ACT is also used as part of North Carolina’s school accountability program. Students who have taken either the SAT or the ACT before February 2, 2024, and have scores that meet the college readiness benchmark standards, do not have to participate in the statewide ACT administration. However, it is the students’ responsibility to notify the school that they do not wish to participate in the ACT. Before submitting a request for exemption, students must have either SAT or ACT test scores that meet or exceed the following college readiness benchmarks: SAT college readiness benchmark scores include the following subtests: Test SAT Score Evidence-Based Reading and Writing 530 Mathematics 540 ACT college readiness benchmark scores include all of the following subtests: Test ACT Score English 18 Mathematics 22 Reading 22 Science 23 Students may not combine test scores from prior, separate administrations to meet college readiness benchmark scores. All college readiness benchmark scores must be attained during the same test administration. For consideration of an ACT testing exception, students must complete a copy of the ACT Testing Exception Request Form (available at the school or on the school website) and submit the request to the principal or the principal’s designee no later than February 2, 2024. If you have questions or concerns about the upcoming ACT administration at Northern Nash High School, Please contact Timothy Messer, at the following; (252) 937-9040 Sincerely, Assistant Principal Timothy Messer Northern Nash High School 4230 Green Hills Rd, Rocky Mount, NC 27804
2 months ago, Timothy Messer