Daily Notices - Fri., Mar. 1

News 

Hope Lives Here Winter Walkathon & Music Festival
Project Outreach hosts the first annual Hope Lives Here - Winter Walkathon and Music Festival, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., Saturday, March 2 to raise funds to benefits Norwich Human Services, Reliance Health, Safe Futures, St. Vincent DePaul Soup Kitchen, Thames River Family Program, TVCCA, and YETI.

Take turns walking laps around the NFA campus and enjoying live music from local musicians Patrick Kirker, Mickey Williston, Guada Mary Benoit, and Mike Van. For every lap earned, walkers will earn a stamp to enter a prize drawing.

Admission is by a suggested donation of $10 for adults and $5 for students. The event is family friendly and open to the public.

Saturday Library Hours 
The Library will be open tomorrow, Sat., Mar. 2, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.

National Honor Society T-shirt Orders Due
Reminder to National Honor Society Students that the t-shirt order forms are due today, Friday, March 1. See Mrs. Kendall if you have questions.

Tuesday Morning Homeroom Broadcast
The Announcer's Club invites any student, interested in learning how the Tuesday morning homeroom TV show is created, to visit the TV Studio, to watch how a recording of the show is put together. Learn how to anchor, produce, or direct. Please stop by, 2:20 p.m., Monday, March 4, room 7223, Tirrell. Questions: stop by room 7223 or email Mrs. Fitzgerald fitzgeraldc@nfaschool.org.

Smiles on the Move
Smiles on the Move Dental Clinic will be on campus April 2-4. Visit the Medical Center to sign-up for a dental appointment. Registration forms must be returned to the Medical Center by March 25. Questions? Stop by the Medical Center.

Girls Track
Any girls interested in outdoor track please see Coach K in room 4034 before March 11.

Boys Track
The Boys Track meeting, originally scheduled for Thu., Feb. 28, has been moved to Fri., Mar. 1. This meeting is for any boys interested in competing in outdoor track this spring. See Coach Teixeira in Room 2132 if you can't attend.

Sam and Randy Deglin Art & Noise Scholarship
The Sam and Randy Deglin Art & Noise Scholarship is now open for submissions. Students may submit an original creative work - written word, performance of a dramatic or musical piece, or works of visual art. For more information and application instructions, click HERE. Submission deadline: Fri., April 5.

Volunteer Opportunities

  • Reading Buddy volunteers needed during C1 on Mondays and E1 on Thursdays. Volunteers go to the elementary school and read and mentor students in K thru 4 grade. Sign up with Mrs. Savage in 7101.
  • Runners needed during study halls - all channels. Students still will have time to study and get work done while as performing a community service on campus. A great opportunity for those that do not have time to volunteer after school or on the weekends. See Mrs. Savage in room 7101 for more information.

Career Resource Center
For more information on these events and opportunities contact Mrs. Lauzier in the CRC (1102) or email lauzierk@nfaschool.org.

  • Scholarship Opportunities
    • Dime Bank Scholarship: $2,000 scholarship (March 22 deadline)
    • Saint Anthony's Chapel Scholarship: Scholarship varies (April 8 deadline)
    • Chelsea Groton Bank Scholarship: $500 scholarship (April 15 deadline)
    • Norwich Rotary Scholarships: $1000 and $500 scholarships (May 1)
    • American Legion CT State Police Youth Week Scholarship - Juniors--The American Legion and the CT State Police, announce their joint sponsorship of the 18th Annual State Police Youth Week. The program, a law enforcement practicum for 11th grade students will take place at the State Police Training Academy in Meriden, CT from July 28, 2019-August 3, 2019. The program provides realistic experience and affords individuals considering a law enforcement career the opportunity to gain knowledge of the professional life of a police officer. Applications can be found in the Career Resource Center (1102). The program is free for students selected to participate.

Graduation Information
Participation in the June graduation ceremony requires the wearing of the traditional cap, gown, and tassel. The cost of your graduation cap and gown ($29) has been added to your Power School account. Payment must be made by April 1, 2019. You may bring payment to Ms. Martin in the Bradlaw Office at any time before April 1. Payment may be made by cash, money order, or check payable to NFA. Students on free or reduced lunch may see their guidance counselors for financial assistance. 

FOR SENIORS ONLY- FREE Dining in the Brickview
Check in with Ms. Martin in the Bradlaw House Office on Tuesdays and Thursdays before 10 a.m. 

You can not sign up other students, and you can not make a reservation for a future date.  

Questions? Email Mrs. Farinha at farinhal@nfaschool.org.

Yearbook 2019 Update
Don't miss out on your 2019 Yearbook! 175 color pages tell the story of the year - Order now at nfaschool.org/yearbook.

Also available - the Yearbook supplement ($10.00). This booklet will include senior activities: Senior Prom, Coronation Court, Athletic Awards, Class Night, Student Art Awards, and Graduation. Order today!

Questions? Contact Mrs. Fitzgerald in room 7223 or fitzgeraldc@nfaschool.org.

Europe Trip
Travel with People to People to Italy, Austria, Hungary & Croatia, July 2020. See Ms. Serra in Bradlaw 8105 for information, or email serrab@nfaschool.org

 

Meetings

Fri., Mar. 1

  • Boys Outdoor Track: 2:30 p.m. - Ensemble Room. 

Mon., Mar. 4

  • Equestrian Club: 2:15 p.m. - Room 8012.
  • Student Art Association: 2:20 p.m. - Room 8226.

Tue., Mar. 5

  • DIY Crafting Club: 2:20 p.m. - Room 3226.

Mon., Mar. 11

  • Spanish Honor Society: 2:20 p.m. - Room 7336.

Events

Athletics: To view the athletics schedule visit nfawildcats.org 

Saturday Library Hours: Sat., Mar. 2, 9 a.m. - 2 p.m.

Hope Lives Here Winter Walkathon & Music Festival: Sat., Mar. 2 - 11 a.m. - 3 p.m. (See above)

Distracted Driving Simulator: Open to students during lunch, Tue., Mar. 12 - Slater A (room behind Slater Auditorium)