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As our region is now under a winter storm warning for tomorrow 11-26-14

Snow-IceDear Parents/Guardians:

As our region is now under a winter storm warning for tomorrow, I thought this would be a good time to send you a reminder regarding school closings, delayed openings, and early dismissals for inclement weather.

In the event of inclement weather in the morning, the Superintendent will make a decision about the status of school typically by 5:30am.  Once I receive the decision from the Superintendent, I will send out the automated phone, email and text messages to parents/guardians and staff members through School Messenger.  If you feel you may have missed the automated message and are unsure of the status of school for the day, the easiest way to check is to visit the district website, www.nhvweb.net, call the school’s main number (North-908-713-4199, Voorhees-908-638-2199) and choose option 9, or visit the schools’ Facebook page.  These three avenues are updated no later than 6:00am in the event of inclement weather.

If we have to dismiss school early due to inclement weather, this decision is typically made by 10:45am as we need to allow time for the buses to assemble. At that time, you will receive a message through School Messenger and we will update our website, Facebook pages, and outgoing phone message on the main line.

We also notify some radio and TV stations if we are closed, having a delayed opening or dismissing early.  Please click here for the list of media outlets.

Wishing you safe travels tomorrow!

Sincerely,

Maren Smagala

District Communications Coordinator

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8th Grade Orientation Department Videos

Click on the link below to view videos from each content area

http://www.nhvweb.net/nhhs/voices

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Superintendent Search-Community Input

The North Hunterdon-Voorhees Board of Education has begun the process to find a new superintendent as Dr. Shaddow will be leaving our district on June 30, 2015.  The Board has contracted with New Jersey School Boards Association to coordinate the search process.  The Board would like feedback from parents and any community member who lives in the 12 municipalities* within our regional district through this survey – Click Here.  This feedback will assist the Board in setting the criteria for the background, training and experience necessary for the new Superintendent, as well as to develop interview questions.  Your feedback is greatly appreciated.

(* Note: the 12 municipalities in our regional high school district are Bethlehem Township, Califon, Town of Clinton, Clinton Township, Franklin Township, Glen Gardner, Hampton, High Bridge, Lebanon Boro, Lebanon Township, Tewksbury Township and Union Township.)

 

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Students at North Hunterdon High School deliver 253 pounds of food and items to Clinton food pantry

Clinton Food Pantry

For the past two months, North Hunterdon High School students and families have been providing food and personal care items for the county’s food pantries.

Hundreds of needy families are benefiting from the lion-hearted generosity.

The compassionate giving can be credited to numerous like-minded, and like-hearted, individuals within the North Hunterdon High School community.

Senior Theresa Vitovitch was motivated to organize a drive after reading an article about hunger in Hunterdon in a September issue of the Hunterdon County Democrat.

She arranged for a collection by the Golden Lions Marching Band for North’s first home football game of the season. More than 45 items were delivered to the Flemington Food Pantry the next day.

Inspiration spread to volunteer parent members of the North Hunterdon Music Association, and another food drive took place at North’s Homecoming football game on Oct. 24.

Click here for full article from the Hunterdon County Democrat.

 

Donations are being collected again by the NH Music Association at the Milk Can Game on Friday, November 7 and all future home football games.

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Principal’s Newsletter November 2014

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Click here for the November newsletter.

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Eleven seniors from North Hunterdon and Voorhees named semifinalists in scholarship program

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From North Hunterdon High School, semifinalists are Heather Birmingham, Jason Brovich, Nelson Dong, Anelisa Fergus, Lily Fielding, Alyssa Ma, Tiyé Pulley, Jessica Teipel, and Mary Twaddle

Click HERE to review the article in the HCDemocrat.com.

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Superintendent’s Welcome Back Message 2014-2015

Dear Parents, Guardians, Students, Staff and Community Members:

On behalf of the North Hunterdon-Voorhees Regional High School District Board of Education, welcome to the 2014-2015 school year.  We are looking forward to a great year for our students, staff, parents/guardians, and communities.  We are proud to report that both North Hunterdon and Voorhees High Schools were listed this year among America’s Most Challenging High Schools in The Washington Post.  In addition, (more…)

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