Daily Notices - Thu., May 30
The Senior Yearbook Supplement Magazine will include highlights of all senior activities. Purchase it for $10. See Mrs. Fitzgerald or order at nfaschool.org/yearbook with code 13597319.
Find information about Senior events on your MyNFA>Students Portal Dashboard. Purchase tickets in the Student Affairs office in Tirrell. Click HERE for more information.
Senior Class Superlatives
Nominations for Senior Class Superlatives are now open on your MyNFA>Student Portal Dashboard. Find the Nomination Form under “Notices & Updates.” Nominations close at 9 a.m., Friday, May 30.
Volunteer for Rose Arts Festival
Be a Project Outreach volunteers for the Rose Arts Festival, Sat., June 29, Chelsea Parade. Volunteers can sign up for many different activities, 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sign up with Mrs. Savage before June 12. email@example.com
For current NFA students: Conditioning for Student-Athletes, Teen Leadership, and Career Resource Workshops -.RESUME WRITING, COLLEGE AND CAREER SEARCH, COLLEGE ROAD TRIP, and COLLEGE ESSAY. Information & registration at MyNFA>Student Portal Dashboard. Click on the “Summer@NFA” tab at the top.
UConn Early College Experience (ECE) Classes
Complete the Consent Form and Apply to UCONN ECE by June 7 to earn college credit next year. No fees are due now, but a late fee applies after June 7. See your counselor for information and the application form.
Prom Dresses - Sequins to Bling
Free in the Wildcat Loft. Stop by any time during lunch see Mrs. Kutia (Rm 6115) to request a private viewing.
Cat Shack Closing for the Year - Fri., May 31
Free Dinner Program Ends, Thurs., May 30
For all NFA students age 18 and younger, 4 - 6 p.m., Mon. - Fri., Back Caf. See the May menu HERE.
Career Resource Center
For more information about these events and opportunities contact Mrs. Lauzier in the CRC (1102) or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Norwich Youth and Family Services Summer Youth Employment Program - work 15-25 hours/week for 6 weeks. Students must meet mandated income eligibility requirements.
Army National Guard Representative: Tue., May 28, C Channel (during lunch), Tirrell Lobby.
An entire line-up of summer workshops open to all students and free of charge --RESUME WRITING, COLLEGE AND CAREER SEARCH, COLLEGE ROAD TRIP, and COLLEGE ESSAY. Information and registration at MyNFA>Student Portal Dashboard. Click on the “Summer@NFA” tab at the top.
Thurs., May 30
NFA Cares for Cancer Club - Relay for Life Sign Up & Planning - 2:15 p.m., Rm 3227 email@example.com
Mon., June 3
Mountain Bike Club - meeting, planning for next year, and end of year party for members and those interested in joining, 2:15 p.m., Library Rm 1221 firstname.lastname@example.org
Football 2019 - meeting for students interested in playing football for 2019 season and their parents/guardians, 5 p.m., Slater Auditorium email@example.com
Athletics: To view the athletics schedule visit nfawildcats.org
Intramurals - Contact, Coach Brown firstname.lastname@example.org
Badminton, 2:15-3:15 p.m., Thurs., May 30, Norton
Cat Shack End-of-Year Party
2:10 p.m., Thurs., May 30, Cat Shack
For Cat Shack employees 1st or 2nd semester or "special events" - food, games, and drawings. Sign up to attend in the Cat Shack.
Mountain Bike Club Trail Cleanup
10 - 11 a.m., Sat. June 1, Mohegan Park. All Mountain Bike Club members should attend this and bring volunteers. Meet at the parking lot across from the beach. RSVP to Mrs. Croteau at email@example.com
Greece and the Islands, Summer of 2020 -- see Mr. Wheeler, Cranston, Rm. 3041 or email firstname.lastname@example.org