the 8th grade Digital Production students wrote, filmed, and edited this week's episode. Click HERE to see the latest episode edited by Pablo and Quinn.
8th Grade Students and Families,
Thank you to those of use who were able to join us on January 14th for the 8th Grade Scheduling Night. On behalf of the district Administrative team, we hope that you found the presentations informative and that you enjoyed spending some time exploring NHS.
Remember, the school counselors will be holding an “Electives Presentation” for students at lunch on January 21st and meeting with students to discuss course requests on February 11th.
TREP$, short for enTREPreneur$, teaches students in grades 4-8 how to start their own businesses in 6-8 weeks. They learn the lessons in the six weekly workshops, and apply them at home as they build their business with the help of their families. The whole school community comes out to enjoy the TREP$ Marketplace where the young entrepreneurs launch their businesses together.
The Nutley Public Schools Academic Department Coordinators, NHS Building Administrators, and School Counseling Department are presenting a scheduling program for current eighth grade parents and students on Tuesday, January 14th at 7:00 pm at Nutley High School.
The John H. Walker Drama Club is running a school-wide apparel sale fundraiser! You can purchase JHWMS merchandise from November 1st-17th. All proceeds will go toward the Drama Club, which is putting on it's first fully staged production of Into the Woods in Spring 2020. Please visit https://johnwalker2019.itemorder.com/sale to place your order! This is an ONLINE ONLY SALE. All items will be delivered to school during the week of December 2nd.
The 8th grade Digital Production students at JHWMS wrote, produced, recorded and edited podcasts for their first project. Listen and enjoy their Tips for 7th Grade students by clicking on the links below.
The Nutley School District will observe the Week of Respect beginning Monday, October 7. In order to recognize the importance of character education, each school will provide age-appropriate instruction focusing on the prevention of harassment, intimidation, and bullying.
Last month, Governor Phil Murphy signed a law that requires all schools to publicly post the Department of Children and Families’ Child Abuse Hotline number – also called the State Central Registry (SCR) – so that students as well as teachers and administrators are made aware that it exists and can easily call, if needed.
All K-12 students attending the Nutley Public Schools during the 2019-2020 school year will have the opportunity to select books that they are interested in and motivated to read during the summer. By providing students with an element of choice, we believe that the students will be more engaged and committed to read this summer.
The New Jersey Department of Education has released school and district HIB grades as per the Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights (ABR) Act. The Nutley Public Schools has posted its Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights Act grades for the 2017-2018 school year to the district's homepage, the HIB webpage, and to each individual school's webpage. These grades were determined by a district self-assessment released by the New Jersey Department of Education Commissioner. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Joseph Cappello, the Anti-Bullying Coordinator, at 973-661-8989.
Dear Nutley Parents, Staff and Community Members,
Tonight, we will watch as our Nutley High School Class of 2019 graduates walk out onto the Oval for the last time as our students. When they next return, it will be as alumni.
We are so proud of their individual and class accomplishments; academically, athletically, artistically and as members of the community. In addition to these achievements, the Nutley Public School district has much to celebrate this year as well.