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Promoting mental health RESOURCES FOR YOUR SOCIAL & EMOTIONAL HEALTH
New York State has made available a hotline to assist with emotional support during this difficult time. The support line is staffed by specially trained volunteers who can help by calling 1-844-863-9314. 
 
For our NHS students in need of assistance, you will also be able to get in touch with our staff during the extended school closing.  By simply filling out a Google Form, we will be able to connect you directly with our counselors, social worker, at-risk coordinator, assistant principal and principal.  Our  entire team is available to support your social emotional needs and mental health.  To contact NHS staff, please use the link that follows to complete your request:
 
 
** Watch for additional resources in your grade level schoology folder to help you take care of your own wellness.
 
 
NHS UPDATES FOR SURVIVING THE EXTENDED SCHOOL CLOSING
Please click on the link below to view the letter from the high school that was sent on Friday, April 3.  It is loaded with helpful information to help students with our virtual learning from home including office hours for teachers, technical support information, and suggestions for keeping up with your work.  Remember to continue to check email frequently as this is the main method of communication used by many of the staff. 
 
 
Take care of yourselves and please contact us with your questions! 
 
CONTACT US -- NHS Staff E-Mail List
A list of e-mail addresses are available so that you can contact our high school staff.  Click on the link that follows to look up our e-mail addresses:
 
NHS SCHOLARSHIP INFORMATION
scholarship information
Click on the links that follow to visit our Student Services scholarship webpages:
 
NHS Junior Shadows Senator in Albany
Edwards Shadows Senaotr Akshar at CapitolNHS Junior, Houston Edwards, had the great opportunity to shadow Senator Fred Akshar at the Capitol in Albany. As a student shadow, Houston was able to join the Senator during a legislative meeting and observe the voting process firsthand. The day's agenda also included a Legislative Session, media taping and a tour of the State Capitol.

Houston had originally requested to shadow Senator Akshar during a future visit to Chenango County. The Senator graciously turned that request into a unique experience, and Houston traveled to the Capitol to live a typical day in the life of a state senator!

 
CAD Class wins awards for Xmas ornament designs in Raymond Corp Contest Tech Class Designs Award Winning Holiday Ornaments
 

Congratulations to Mr. Klatt and his senior CAD class! The students set out to design 3D Christmas ornaments as part of The Raymond Corporation’s Home for the Holidays competition. Over 150 ornaments were received from 9 area schools and Norwich had 2 winners. Matt Giglio won the award for the "most interactive ornament" and Michael Squires won for "hits closest to home". All ornaments will be on display at The Roberson Center’s annual Christmas tree display in the community section. 

 
NHS Sophomores to attend HOBY Leadership Conference Sophomores Selected to Attend HOBY Leadership Conference

The annual HOBY (Hugh O’Brian Youth) Leadership Conference will be held this spring, and four NHS sophomores have been selected to attend.  Taylor Finch, Humula Gabone, Nolan Reid, and Lauren Squires will represent Norwich High School at the spring 2020 leadership conference. They will join a select group of sophomore leaders from schools covering 16 counties in Central New York.

 
Norwich High School
Norwich High School has approximately 600 students in grades 9-12 where class size averages between 18-23 students. NHS offers a variety of courses including honors, Advanced Placement, numerous electives and college level courses through SUNY Morrisville, Tompkins Cortland Community College and Project Lead the Way through the Rochester Institute of Technology. These programs enable students to earn college credits while enrolled in high school.  In addition, students may participate in a wide array of vocational courses through our local DCMO BOCES.  Students are encouraged to pursue the pathway that interests them through a rigorous course of study and leads them in the direction of college and career readiness.  
 
In order to foster the potential in every student at Norwich High School, we also offer a strong program in athletics, music, art and extra-curricular clubs.  Through these activities, and our strong academic offerings, students have many opportunities to learn and grow at NHS.  This serves to fulfill our goal of creating a positive, supportive environment where we challenge minds, foster compassion and pursue excellence each and every day. 
NHS Mission Statement
Norwich High School is a caring community of students and adults where learning is student-centered. We will challenge minds, foster compassion, and pursue excellence.
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District Office: 89 Midland Drive  | Norwich, NY 13815
P: 607.334.1600  |  F: 607.336.8652

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