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Class of 2016 Panoramic Picture

The Senior Class Panoramic Pictures will be taken on Tuesday, September 29th at 10:00 AM in the gym.  This is the ONLY time the picture will be taken of the whole Senior class, so please make sure your student is in school and on time for this special event.  Students will receive order forms on picture day.  The order deadline for the best price will be Sunday, October 4th.  Additional information is available at www.BestClassPicture.com.

Welcome to another great year at NHS!

     This summer has been a fantastic one for me, both personally and professionally.  Last summer was very hectic, as my family and I moved here from Ohio and I hit the ground running in assuming the principalship here at Niwot High School.  Last month, my wife Kate and our children Ethan, Ben, and Ellie were able to enjoy a beautiful multi-day camping excursion at Golden Gate Canyon State Park.  In addition, we spent a weekend with extended family up in Dillon.  It was such a refreshing and invigorating chance to reconnect with family and to enjoy the i

Auditions for Sound of Music: Elementary School-Aged Kids

Announcing auditions for the roles of

Kurt and Gretl

in Niwot High School’s production of

The Sound of Music!!

 

*Kurt should look around 9 years old. We invite boys in 3rd-5th grades to audition for this role.

 

*Gretl should look around 5-6 years old. We invite girls in 1st and 2nd grade to audition for this role.

 

Registration 2015-2016

Registration Days are coming! Registration information was mailed home to all NHS students in July.  Please return the following completed and signed paperwork.  It must be turned in before students pick up their schedules.  Please check Infinite Campus for any outstanding fees or fines.  If you have any questions about them, please contact Michelle Henry at 303-652-2550.

Registration Dates and Times

NAO Challenge USA 2015 Final Results

On Saturday, July 27 teams from across St. Vrain competed in the first ever NAO Challenge USA finals. The event was co-hosted by Aldebaran Robotics and the St. Vrain’s Innovation Center and held at the Longmont Museum in their new Stewart Auditorium and Kaiser-Permanente Education Hall.

Longmont Community Foundation honors graduating seniors

The Longmont Community Foundation handed out six St. Vrain Valley Community Service Awards and seven various scholarships Monday afternoon to college-bound high school seniors from the Longmont area.

The awards honored various traits from community service to musicianship to athleticism to commitment to extracurricular activities and academic success.

St. Vrain high schools rank nationally in recent U.S. News & World Report Best High School Rankings

St. Vrain high schools continue to rank locally and nationally according to the recent U.S. News & World Report 2015 Best High Schools Rankings. In Colorado, St. Vrain high schools were compared to 448 high schools and four ranked in the top nine percent. Nationally, St. Vrain high schools were compared to more than 21,000 public high schools throughout all 50 states and the District of Columbia and four ranked in the top eight percent.

Colorado ACT: April 28

Niwot High School will administer the Colorado ACT  to all juniors on Tuesday, April 28.  Juniors should bring a photo ID, an approved calculator, and number 2 pencils for testing.  Having a cell phone will invalidate the test.  The ACT begins at 7:20 am. Juniors will need to be in their seats in their assigned test rooms by 7:15 am. The test will be completed at 11:30 am.

Student Council Elections

Leaders!  Any Niwot freshmen, Soph, or junior who is interested in membership on the 2015-16 Niwot Student Council please stop by room 460 before or after school or during passing periods to discuss this opportunity with Sponsor Mr. Duffy and to pick up an Election Application Packet.  All completed applications are due back to Mr. Duffy by 2:30 on Wednesday, April 22nd.

SVVSD robotics teams excel; preparing for World Robotics Competitions

From science fiction tales of R2-D2 and HAL 9000, comes today’s reality of robotics in our daily lives. This advancing technology requires 21st century skills of teamwork, critical thinking and creativity. In April, three teams from the St. Vrain Valley School District will take on that challenge at world level robotics competitions.

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