Wednesday, February 20, 2019 Today is an A day
Reminder to all students:
On Monday, February 25th, periods 4 through 7, the NFA Black History club will continue the legacy of "paying forward" during Black History Month by hosting a teen community resource fair with community agencies offering tips on physical and mental health, healthy eating demonstrations, community service opportunities, giveaways and a gift card raffle. We hope to see you in the Eagle's Nest on the 25th!
***Student/Athletes interested in playing a spring sport must register online through FamilyID. There is a link for Family ID on the district website under ‘Athletics.’
You can find information sheets in the nurse's office as well. Any questions please see Mr. Glascott in the Athletic Department Office or email him at email@example.com. ***
The Colonnade club is looking for student artwork, doodles, photographs, poetry and short stories for submission to this year’s publication of NFA’s fine arts magazine. For more details, please speak to your English or Art teacher or see the club advisors, Mr. Walz and Mrs. McCurdy.
Information on how to order your Cap & Gown, ordering a Yearbook & how to submit your baby pictures for the Yearbook have been handed out in your English Class. If you have any questions, please go to Mr. Shust’s Office - Room 280 in the West Wing.
"The Liberty Partnership representative will be in the Guidance Career Center on Wednesdays periods 4, 5 and 6 to meet with interested students during their cafeteria or study hall."
Anyone interested in joining Yearbook Committee, please sign up ASAP in Mr. Shust's office or with Ms. O'Neill in the Library.
Bus #28 on Roe Street at dismissal is the shuttle to NFA North for clubs and activities. Please speak with the teacher in charge of your club to obtain a bus pass. Bus passes will not be issued at dismissal.
For late bus information, please see your grade administrador or Mr. Cruz’s office in room 264.