Newton Falls Exempted Village Schools

 

JH/HS High School

Newton Falls High School Philosophy

The staff of Newton Falls High School firmly believes in the development of the whole child, affording all necessary experiences in the physical, mental, social and spiritual life to enable the child to become a well-adjusted individual in our society.

In recognition of individual differences, a comprehensive program is provided affording each student the opportunity to choose an education pathway most conductive to the fulfillment of his/her individual needs.

Acknowledging that a Democracy's strength depends upon the summation of individual capacities and abilities to contribute to it, ample opportunities are provided in the areas of citizenship and leadership.

The staff of Newton Falls High School has the responsibility to constantly evaluate its educational program through various levels of research to insure quality education.


News and Announcements

There will be no school on Friday, February 15th and Monday, February 18th in honor of President's Day.
Posted: 02/15/2019 07:58:38

On Thursday, February 14, from 6:00-7:00 PM during Parent Teacher Conferences, a Google Basics Class will be held for any parent in the district wishing to learn more about Google Classroom, Google Drive, and other essential Google Apps that are used in the classroom. This free class will familiarize you with many educational tools used in the classroom so you may better assist your child with their school work. This free class is open to all parents in the district (K-12) and will be held in Computer Lab 308 in the High School. Please email Rachael Rankin at rankinr@nfschools.org with any questions and/or to reserve your spot today!
Posted: 02/13/2019 12:55:36

Tiger cards are on sale in the High School Office for $10 each!
Posted: 02/13/2019 09:07:49

If you drive to school, it is mandatory to purchase a parking pass and you must show it in your vehicle daily. Passes are $10 and the paperwork is available at the High School Office or on the school website.
Posted: 02/13/2019 09:07:49

Attention all sixth grade parents, all students and chaperones participating in the Washington D.C. trip must complete the following:

Bob Rogers Travel has a new mandatory traveler form this season. Every participant, including yourself, will need to sign off on this document in order to travel. If the traveler is under the age of 18, a parent or guardian MUST DO SO on their behalf. If the form is not complete then travel is NOT permitted. Parent MUST complete the form for the student going on the trip before Monday, April 1st. This form may be completed on email or by phone. Go to the link below and follow the directions:

goo.gl/2s5vwm
Posted: 02/13/2019 09:07:49

Juniors and Seniors, the WKBN 27 Caring for Our Community campaign is kicking off the Tom Holden Memorial Scholarship contest for 2019. WKBN will award one junior or senior a $1,500 college scholarship. Students have to write a :30 PSA (Public Service Announcement) for a local non-profit organization from the list provided online. All scholarship entries must be entered at WKBN.com. Students will fill out the form on the WKBN webpage to submit their entry – this can be found under the Community tab – click on “Caring for Our Community”. The deadline for entries is Tuesday, February 19th.
Posted: 02/13/2019 09:07:49

On Saturday, February 23, from 11:00 AM until 4:00 PM, Ravenna will host a celebration of writing of all kinds with the 1st annual Winter Writing Festival! Join us for writing workshops, presentations, knowledge building, and a whole lot of fun!

The Reed Memorial Library, Ravenna 7 Movies, Icy Blast, and several other downtown businesses will host a variety of poetry readings, open mics, writing workshops, writing contests, raffles for all kinds of writing and all kinds of writers. Whether you are an accomplished writer, a novice, or have no idea what you are doing but always wanted to try, there will be something for you.
The Winter Writing Festival was developed through the collaborative efforts of Main Street Ravenna, the Ravenna Board of Education, and the Northeast Ohio Writing Centers Association (NEOWCA).

Students that are interested need to register for the event at www.mainstreetravenna.org so that they will have a schedule for the day of the event. Be sure to check back as additional information is made available.

Registration for specific workshops coming soon!
Posted: 02/13/2019 09:07:49

Parent/Teacher conferences will be held on Thursday, February 14th, from 3:00-8:30 PM at the Junior High/High School and 3:45-9:15 PM at the Elementary/Middle School. Parents can begin calling for appointments at 330-872-5121 for the High School Office, 330-872-0905 for the Junior High Office, and 330-872-0695 for the Elementary/Middle School Office.
Posted: 02/13/2019 09:07:49

Softball hitting will be held on Thursday, February 14th, at 2:45 PM.
Posted: 02/13/2019 09:07:49

All school fees are due and payable at this time.
Posted: 02/13/2019 09:07:49

There will be a meeting for any boys in grades 9-12 interested in playing baseball this season after school in Mrs. Rankin's room, 302, on Thursday, February 14th.
Posted: 02/13/2019 09:07:49

Any Junior boy or girl (TCTC included) that is interested in applying for Buckeye Boys or Girls State should see or contact Mr. Kernen as soon as possible. Interviews will be conducted on Tuesday, February 19th starting at 8:00 AM. Applications must be turned in to Mr. Kernen by Monday, February 18th.
Posted: 02/13/2019 09:07:49

Seniors, if you have not ordered your cap and gown yet, please do so as soon as possible. You can order online at Jostens.com and order packets are available in the High School Office. The longer you wait, the more they will cost!
Posted: 02/13/2019 09:07:49

The Great Kindness Challenge takes place through Thursday, February 14th and those days will be Spirit Days!

Wednesday, February 13th – Hats on for kindness

Thursday, February 14th – Wear red for love

The Kindness Board will begin also. The bulletin board will be outside of the Library. Students and teachers can post kind words about other students, teachers, and staff members. This will continue through the rest of the year. Kindness submissions can be sent to the Junior High Office.
Posted: 02/13/2019 09:07:49

On Thursday, February 14, from 6:00-7:00 PM during Parent Teacher Conferences, a Google Basics Class will be held for any parent in the district wishing to learn more about Google Classroom, Google Drive, and other essential Google Apps that are used in the classroom. This free class will familiarize you with many educational tools used in the classroom so you may better assist your child with their school work. This free class is open to all parents in the district (K-12) and will be held in Computer Lab 308 in the High School. Please email Rachael Rankin at rankinr@nfschools.org with any questions and/or to reserve your spot today!
Posted: 02/13/2019 09:07:49

The Newton Falls Track team will hold a fundraiser during Parent/Teacher Conferences in the High School Commons on Thursday, February 14th, from 4:00-8:00 PM. For $10, select any already fired clay object, pick your glazes, and then decorate it. It will be fired and ready to go home by Tuesday, February 19th!
Posted: 02/13/2019 09:07:49

There will be no school on Friday, February 15th and Monday, February 18th in honor of President's Day.
Posted: 02/13/2019 09:07:49

Tiger cards are on sale in the High School Office for $10 each!
Posted: 02/11/2019 08:59:16

If you drive to school, it is mandatory to purchase a parking pass and you must show it in your vehicle daily. Passes are $10 and the paperwork is available at the High School Office or on the school website.
Posted: 02/11/2019 08:59:16

Attention all sixth grade parents, all students and chaperones participating in the Washington D.C. trip must complete the following:

Bob Rogers Travel has a new mandatory traveler form this season. Every participant, including yourself, will need to sign off on this document in order to travel. If the traveler is under the age of 18, a parent or guardian MUST DO SO on their behalf. If the form is not complete then travel is NOT permitted. Parent MUST complete the form for the student going on the trip before Monday, April 1st. This form may be completed on email or by phone. Go to the link below and follow the directions:

goo.gl/2s5vwm
Posted: 02/11/2019 08:59:16

Juniors and Seniors, the WKBN 27 Caring for Our Community campaign is kicking off the Tom Holden Memorial Scholarship contest for 2019. WKBN will award one junior or senior a $1,500 college scholarship. Students have to write a :30 PSA (Public Service Announcement) for a local non-profit organization from the list provided online. All scholarship entries must be entered at WKBN.com. Students will fill out the form on the WKBN webpage to submit their entry – this can be found under the Community tab – click on “Caring for Our Community”. The deadline for entries is Tuesday, February 19th.
Posted: 02/11/2019 08:59:16

On Saturday, February 23, from 11:00 AM until 4:00 PM, Ravenna will host a celebration of writing of all kinds with the 1st annual Winter Writing Festival! Join us for writing workshops, presentations, knowledge building, and a whole lot of fun!

The Reed Memorial Library, Ravenna 7 Movies, Icy Blast, and several other downtown businesses will host a variety of poetry readings, open mics, writing workshops, writing contests, raffles for all kinds of writing and all kinds of writers. Whether you are an accomplished writer, a novice, or have no idea what you are doing but always wanted to try, there will be something for you.
The Winter Writing Festival was developed through the collaborative efforts of Main Street Ravenna, the Ravenna Board of Education, and the Northeast Ohio Writing Centers Association (NEOWCA).

Students that are interested need to register for the event at www.mainstreetravenna.org so that they will have a schedule for the day of the event. Be sure to check back as additional information is made available.

Registration for specific workshops coming soon!
Posted: 02/11/2019 08:59:16

Parent/Teacher conferences will be held on Thursday, February 14th, from 3:00-8:30 PM at the Junior High/High School and 3:45-9:15 PM at the Elementary/Middle School. Parents can begin calling for appointments at 330-872-5121 for the High School Office, 330-872-0905 for the Junior High Office, and 330-872-0695 for the Elementary/Middle School Office.
Posted: 02/11/2019 08:59:16

Softball hitting will be held on Thursday, February 14th, at 2:45 PM.
Posted: 02/11/2019 08:59:16

All school fees are due and payable at this time.
Posted: 02/11/2019 08:59:16


JH/HS Student Handbook

For information about the school's Code of Conduct, Dress Code, Discipline Procedures, Grading Procedures, Student Use of Technology, Use of Telephones, and more, click here for the JH/HS Student Handbook

Student Tardiness to School

Students are required to be at school on time. Students arriving to school tardy will be penalized after their 3rd offense for an unexcused tardy. A student may be suspended when reaching the excessive number of tardiness. All excused tardiness are not penalized.

The Junior-Senior High School requires that parents provide the school with a written excuse for an early dismissal. Students will take the excuse to the Attendance Office (Junior High Office) when arriving at school and receive a slip to leave school at the appointed time. We ask that parents not arrive and request students be dismissed. It is a disruptive and timely issue for office personnel and teachers. No student will be dismissed during the last 30 minutes of the school day. In an emergency, a phone call informing us of your need to have your child dismissed is certainly helpful under such circumstances.


Doors Open

The Jr./Sr. High School opens its door at 7:10 AM. Doors will be opened at 7:00 AM when the weather requires the students to come in from the rain, snow or extreme cold. Students will sit in the Commons-Cafeteria until 7:10 AM. Otherwise, the students will remain on the walkways until the entry bell sounds at 7:10 AM.

N.F. Fight Song

Go Newton Falls High
Fight for victory,
With your colors flying
We will cheer you all the time.
Rah! Rah! Rah!
Go Newton Falls High
Fight for victory,
Spread far the fame of our fair name.
Go you Tigers! Win that game!

FIGHT!

N.F. Alma Mater

To Newton Falls we stand and sing,
And praise to alma mater bring.
Ever will our thoughts to thee
Be pledged in love and loyalty.
Friendships true and memories dear
Will live throughout each coming year.
Fellowship within thy halls
Has bound our hearts to Newton Falls

Attendance Concerns

Parents are reminded to call in daily absences to the Attendance Office (330-872-0905). Failure to notify the school of a child's absence will result in the absence being declared "unexcused." Unexcused absences may result in the child not receiving academic credit. If the absence is extended beyond one day, it is best to provide us with that information. Our school system sends out a daily notification to parents if their child is reported absent at the start of the school day. This call is placed to the home after 10:00 AM.

Yearbook Order Form

You can order a Yearbook by seeing a Yearbook staffer, Mrs. Rankin, the High School Office for an order form, or by clicking here.


JH/HS Principal:

Mr. John Crowder
crowderj@nfschools.org


JH/HS Assistant Principal:

Mr. Justin Christopher
christopherj@nfschools.org


HS Secretary:

Mrs. Sandra Halls
hallss@nfschools.org


JH Secretary:

Mrs. Vicki Shaulis
shaulisv@nfschools.org


Grades: JH 7-8, HS 9-12

Schedule:
7:30 AM - Arrival
7:38 AM - Tardy
2:28 PM - Dismissal

Address:
Newton Falls High School
907 Milton Blvd.
Newton Falls, Ohio 44444
Newton Falls Jr. High School
907 1/2 Milton Blvd.
Newton Falls, Ohio 44444

Phone:
H.S. Office: 330-872-5121
Jr. High Office: 330-872-0905
Attendance: 330-872-0906
Fax: 330-872-5013

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Newton Falls Exempted Village Schools
909 1/2 Milton Blvd., Newton Falls, Ohio 44444
Superintendent's Office: 330-872-5445