JHHS 4th Quarter Honor Roll
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
I want to welcome you to the final two weeks prior to school starting in the Transportation department. The department has worked continuously throughout the summer to refine the routes trying to make all seven routes as consistent as possible regarding number of riders, number of miles, and amount of time per bus route for High School/Junior High and Elementary/Middle School.
We used last year's (school year 2020-2021) rider database to build these routes. Therefore, if your child did not ride or is not planning to ride the bus this school year PLEASE, PLEASE fill out the following Google form allowing us to make as many of these corrections in the next two weeks prior to the first day of school.
Click here to fill out the Google form.
We want to assist you with your household, school day, final preparations; hence, every Monday we will update the website with a tentative bus route schedule. We use the term tentative because we are still experiencing Kindergarten registration and other entries/withdrawals daily.
Click here to see the current bus routes.
If you have any questions please feel free to call the Transportation Office at 330-872-5445 extension 1032.
Middle School Principal/Transportation Supervisor
Posted: 08/10/2022 10:04:23
The school district has been made aware of a possible security breach impacting several students' social security numbers and potential tax fraud. District Administrators and our technology department are actively investigating the issue but at this time, we have no evidence of a security breach through Newton Falls EVSD.
Several parents have expressed concern regarding the District's integration of Final Forms for student registration; however, this was ruled out after receiving confirmation from Final Forms that student social security numbers are not stored in their system. Similarly, we also received confirmation from ACT that student social security numbers are not utilized for testing. NEOMIN, (Northeast Ohio Management Information Network), which provides technology shared services to public schools in Trumbull County, has also reported no instances of a data breach of their network systems.
We are continuing to thoroughly investigate this matter to help determine the source of the breach. District Administration have contacted both the Newton Falls Police Department and the Internal Revenue Service to notify them of this matter.
We are trying to ascertain a complete list of students who may have been impacted by this fraudulent activity. If you have been contacted by the IRS within recent months regarding potential fraud with your child(ren)'s social security number, please contact Newton Falls Superintendent Justin Christopher at firstname.lastname@example.org or JH/HS Principal Rachael Rankin at email@example.com as soon as possible. Thank you for your cooperation in this matter.
Posted: 08/10/2022 09:53:01
Picture Day for the Newton Falls Elementary/Middle School and the Junior High/High School is scheduled for Wednesday, August 31st!
Posted: 08/10/2022 09:31:18
All school supplies will be donated for K-12 students for the upcoming 22-23 school year by several local community organizations. The supply lists that are posted to the school website under the ES/MS tab and were emailed last week are for donation purposes only. Other than book bags, all school supplies are being donated.
Thank you and we apologize for any confusion.
Posted: 08/08/2022 12:28:11
Parents of students grades 6-12 who want to enroll their children in the Online Only option need to read and sign the following form.
Click here to read and sign the form.
Posted: 08/02/2022 14:31:41
All school supplies for K-12 students have been donated for the 2022-2023 school year!
Thank you to our local community organizations for helping to provide school supplies for all of our Tigers for the 22-23 school year!
Posted: 08/01/2022 14:22:41
Season and 10 Game passes are now available in the Board Office. The prices for season passes remained the same as last year.
Family passes are available for $300.00, which will get all family members into all sporting events for the entire school year. The exceptions to this are OHSAA tournament games and for track invitationals.
10 game passes are also available> The cost is $50 for adults & $30 for the student. These are a great savings and the only way for students to get reduced entry prices.
Passes are available now in the Board of Education office. They are being sold from 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM Monday thru Friday.
Posted: 08/01/2022 13:55:13
The District has partnered with PlayOn! Sports and the NFHS Network to install cameras in the Gene Zorn Gymnasium, Junior High Gymnasium, and Football Stadium so we may stream live game footage to our fans from the comfort of their own home for the upcoming school year.
Previously, we had utilized the services and expertise of Tom Gregory and GregoryFilms to help provide this service to our fans. This decision was a cost-saving measure to help reduce expenses while still providing a continuity of streaming services for our community.
We appreciate all of Tom's hard work for our district and the time he spent teaching our students valuable lessons relating to multimedia and broadcasting. We hope to continue forward with our streaming and broadcasting program using the skills and knowledge that Mr. Gregory has shared with our students. Thank you for your understanding and we look forward to you tuning in to our 22-23 Tiger Season!
Posted: 06/29/2022 07:20:13
The 2022/2023 Junior High/High School bookbag policy has been released. Read it to find important information, such as:
In an effort to increase building security, the Junior High and High School will only permit CLEAR book bags, beginning with the 22-23 school year.
• Clear book bags ONLY are permitted. Book bags must have clear visibility through all dimensions, including the bottom. Colored, transparent book bags are not permitted.
• Any bags other than clear book bags are strictly prohibited, including mesh. Colored, transparent book bags are not permitted. The bag may have a mesh pocket OR colored
• All athletic bags will be checked into the respective offices (HS: 9-12; JH: 6-8) prior to entering the building and can be retrieved at the end of the day following the dismissal
• Any musical instrument cases must be checked into the respective offices prior to entering the building and will be transported to the band/music room each day. Students
may retrieve their instruments from their band lockers during class and the instrument case will remain in such location until the end of the day.
• Students are permitted to carry personal hygiene items in a small pouch within the clear backpack or a small purse, no larger than 6 inches by 9 inches.
To read the entire policy, click here.
Posted: 06/28/2022 08:23:22
The Positive Parenting Program, or Triple P, is a new program from the Ohio Governor's Children’s Initiative, Ohio Department of Job and Family Services and Ohio Children's Trust Fund. Triple P offers resources and free courses for parents, caregivers, and early childhood educators to promote the well-being of children and teens.
Please click this link to learn more!
Posted: 06/14/2022 09:26:27
Attention Newton Falls Families:
As mentioned before, we are very excited to announce that the Newton Falls Exempted Village School District has partnered with Final Forms, an online forms and data management service. Final Forms allows you to complete and sign academic and athletic forms for your students.
All current parents within the district registered as the Primary Contact with the district, will receive a confirmation email from Final Forms over the next several days. Please be sure to monitor your email account, including your spam folder, for this initial email. If you do not receive the email by Tuesday, May 31st, please contact the school's technology support office at 330-872-0294 extension 7368.
For detailed directions on how to claim your account, please click this link.
If you did receive the email and you require any support during the process of completing your account and viewing your children in the system, scroll to the bottom of the Final Forms webpage and click "Get Help" for assistance.
Thank you for your assistance in streamlining our paperwork processes at Newton Falls Exempted Village Schools and Go Tigers!
Posted: 05/31/2022 14:42:15
JHHS Student HandbookFor 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 SchoolStudents 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 OpenThe 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 SongGo 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!
N.F. Alma MaterTo 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 ConcernsParents 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.
Mrs. Rachael Rankin
JH/HS Assistant Principal:
Mr. Robert Bauman
Mrs. Dee Howard
Mrs. Gina Bever