Newton Falls Exempted Village Schools NFEVSD
Newton Falls Exempted Village Schools NFEVSD
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Junior High/High School

JHHS 2nd Quarter Honor Roll

Click here to see the 2nd Quarter Honor Roll and Perfect Attendance awards!

Newton Falls High School Philosophy

Newton Falls Junior High and High School Mission Statement:

The staff of Newton Falls High School firmly believes in the development of the whole child, affording all necessary experiences in the physical, mental, social, and emotional life to enable the child to become a well-adjusted individual in our society.

The staff of Newton Falls High School works diligently to establish a collaborative culture with standards-focused instruction, assessment, and data analysis to improve student achievement. They continuously strive to create/sustain/increase student and parent engagement. Furthermore, it is the focus of our staff to continue to help build a positive culture and climate through Positive Behavioral Intervention Supports (PBIS), relationship-building, and effective communication.

News and Announcements

Walk Warm Program

The Walk Warm Program at the Elementary/Middle School will run through Friday, May 17th, from 4:00-6:00 PM, when school is open.

Participants are NOT permitted in the building until 4:00 PM due to student dismissal . If you arrive before 4:00 PM, please remain in your vehicle until that time.

The program is open to all Newton Falls residents. Individuals under 18 years of age must be accompanied by an adult at all times. Sign-in is required.

Consent Forms Due 5/20

This is a reminder that Monday, May 20th is the deadline for any students to turn in consent forms for the One Health Ohio student clinic that will be here in the HS on May 29th. All consent forms must be turned in by the 20th to the respective offices if you wish for your child to be seen in the One Health Ohio clinic on the 29th.

33rd Annual Tiger Boys Basketball Camp

Tiger Boys Basketball camp will be conducted by Newton Falls Boys' Varsity Basketball coach, Roy Sembach. Assisting Coach Sembach will be current and former Tiger basketball players. The Tigers have had 26 winning seasons in the past 27 years, including 6 District Championships, 21 Sectional Championships, 5 District Runners – Up, and 5 League Championships under the direction of Coach Sembach. Camp will be held each day at the outdoor basketball courts at the Newton Falls City Park.

To see the dates, times, and cost of the camp for your boy, go to the flier below. Remember, the grade ranges mentioned are for boys entering those grades NEXT SCHOOL YEAR, 2024-2025.

For the camp flyer for boys that will be in grades 1-3 NEXT SCHOOL YEAR, go to Boys Basketball Camp Flyer Grades 1-3

For the camp flyer for boys that will be in grades 4-5 NEXT SCHOOL YEAR, go to Boys Basketball Camp Flyer Grades 4-5

For the camp flyer for boys that will be in grades 6-7 NEXT SCHOOL YEAR, go to Boys Basketball Camp Flyer Grades 6-7

For the camp flyer for boys that will be in grades 8-9 NEXT SCHOOL YEAR, go to Boys Basketball Camp Flyer Grades 8-9

All registration deadlines are Monday, May 27th.

Student Health Clinic

Mark your calendars! Don't miss our Student Health Clinic from One Health Ohio who will be visiting the High School on Wednesday, May 29th, from 8:00 AM-3:00 PM. This convenient clinic provides a one-stop shop for all student health needs:

Sports Physicals - Athletes can obtain their required annual physical exam.

Vaccinations - Stay up-to-date on all recommended and/or required adolescent vaccines like HPV, meningitis, and more.

General Health Screening - Checkups for vision, hearing, diabetes, and other conditions.

This clinic comes at ZERO COST! Those with insurance will be billed and those without insurance will receive their services complimentary.

Consent forms will be distributed next week for those interested.

Any student of Newton Falls Exempted Village School District may utilize the clinic. All student athletes and those who still need their required vaccinations for next school year should take advantage of this opportunity!

Parents are encouraged but not required to be present as long as the proper consent forms are signed.

Appointments will be accepted from 8:00 AM-3:00 PM on May 29th, 2024 on a first come, first serve basis.

Start the summer off healthy and don't miss this convenient clinic provided by One Health Ohio! Please direct any questions to HS Principal Rachael Rankin (rankinr@nfschools.org) or HS Nurse Rhonda Knoske (knosker@nfschools.org).

To see the flyer, go to this link.

JH Student Council Plastic Bag Collection

The Junior High Student Council has until the end of the school year to collect plastic bags for the recycling challenge. We have collected 701 lbs. and need 299 lbs. to reach our goal and get a free Trex bench for our school!

Remember, only stretchy plastic is allowed. Plastic bags from the grocery store or the plastic bags that come over newspapers.

Make sure to donate today by sending bags to the JHHS with your students or dropping them off at the building offices!

Sign Up for Camp Invention

Camp Invention will be held once again at the Junior High School from Monday, June 3rd, through Friday, June 7th, from 8:00 AM to 2:30 PM. Camp Invention is for students in grades 1-6 where they will build and learn about such things as glow boxes, light up game boards, transforming their sketches into prototypes, and water challenges.

There's no cost to participate, but spaces fill up fast! To register, call 800-968-4332. If you have any questions, contact Camp Director Kayla Smith by email at smithk@nfschools.org or at 330-872-0905 ext. 1109. The last day to register is Thursday, May 30th.

To see the flyer for the camp, go to Camp Invention Flyer

Youth Summer Employment Program

Sophomores or Juniors that could benefit from a summer job earing $15 per hour and incentives should contact the Trumbull County office of Ohio Means Jobs at 330-675-2181.

They have a program to help low-income students find employment and develop job skills. Students are guaranteed a summer job when applying. There are many positions open, so call and apply today!

Youth Social Skills Program

Buckeye Residential Solutions and the Trumbull County Board of Developmental Disabilities is holding a Youth Social Skill program starting Saturday, June 1st.

The program offers friendship building, community outings, independent skills, meals and snacks, and a fun and safe environment.

Program hours are Tuesday from 3:00 PM - 8:00 PM, Wednesday, from 3:00 PM - 8:00 PM, Thursday from 3:00 PM - 8:00 PM, Friday 3:00 PM - 9:00 PM, and Saturday 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM.

For more information, please contact Fred Selt at 330-652-1116 ext. 135 or email Courtnie Horning at chorning@buckeyeresidential.com.

Summer with Newton Falls Chess

Looking for volunteer hours for graduation or National Honor Society? Looking to play chess over the summer? Chess Club will once again be held this summer at the Newton Falls Public Library on the following Thursday afternoons at 2:00 PM:

June 13th, June 27th, July 11th, and July 25th

Your participation and involvement is greatly appreciated if able to help! It means a lot to the NF community, the library, and the younger children who attend. If you think you may want
to be a part of the program, please reach out when possible grosse@nfschools.org or ChrissyBraun@newtonfalls.org. The deadline to sign up is Wednesday, June 12th.

Free Kids Kinship Summer Camp

Easterseals of Mahoning, Trumbull, and Columbiana counties and Direction Home of Eastern Ohio will be holding a free Kids Kinship Summer Camp for boys and girls ages 5-13 from Monday, June 17th to Thursday, August 1st. The camp is held from Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Fridays from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM.

Kinship Camp criteria: a child being raised by an adult 55 plus, a child between the ages of 5-13, a child fully potty trained, and you must attend an informational meeting on the first day of camp, Monday, June 17th.

The camp is located at The Corner Abbey Community Center 6123 Youngstown Conneaut Rd, Kinsman, OH, 44428. If you have any questions, contact Easterseals at 330-599-5525 or email summercamp@mtc.easterseals.com.

You can register online at this link.

Immunization Reminder to Parents/Guardians of Students entering 7th and 12th Grades

All students entering 7th grade this fall are required to have the following immunizations:

1 dose of Tdap
1 dose of Meningitis (MCV4)

All students entering 12th grade this fall are required to have the following immunizations:

1-2 doses of Meningitis (MCV4) with one dose given after age 16.

State law requires written verification of these immunizations no later than the 15th day of school. If your student does not have the required immunizations, please contact your healthcare provider to schedule an appointment. Please contact Mrs. Knoske, RN, the school nurse at 330­872­5121 ext. 1024 or knosker@nfschools.org if you need additional information.

School App

We are happy to announce that we now have a school app for your phone! This app contains quick links and easier access to important information for the district so you can check your child's grades, email the school, call the attendance line, etc.

Please go to the link below from your cell phone and follow the instructions to install it on your home screen.

To get the app, go here.

JHHS Student Handbook

For information about the Junior High/High School's Code of Conduct, Dress Code, Discipline Procedures, Grading Procedures, Student Use of Technology, Use of Telephones, and more, go to JHHS Student Handbook

Student Tardiness to School

Students are required to be at school on time. Students arriving to school tardy will be penalized after their third offense for an unexcused tardy. A student may be suspended when reaching the excessive number of tardiness. All excused tardiness are not penalized.

The Junior High/High School requires that parents provide the school with a written excuse for an early dismissal. Students will take the excuse to the Attendance Office (Junior High Office) when arriving at school and receive a slip to leave school at the appointed time. We ask that parents not arrive and request students be dismissed. It is a disruptive and timely issue for office personnel and teachers. No student will be dismissed during the last thirty minutes of the school day. In an emergency, please make a phone call informing us of your need to have your child dismissed.

Doors Open

The Junior High/High School opens its doors at 7:10 AM. Doors will be opened at 7:00 AM when the weather requires the students to come in from the rain, snow or extreme cold. Students will sit in the Commons-Cafeteria until 7:10 AM. Otherwise, the students will remain on the walkways until the entry bell sounds at 7:10 AM.

Newton Falls Fight Song

Go Newton Falls High
Fight for victory,
With your colors flying
We will cheer you all the time.
Rah! Rah! Rah!
Go Newton Falls High
Fight for victory,
Spread far the fame of our fair name.
Go you Tigers! Win that game!

FIGHT!

Newton Falls Alma Mater

To Newton Falls we stand and sing,
And praise to alma mater bring.
Ever will our thoughts to thee
Be pledged in love and loyalty.
Friendships true and memories dear
Will live throughout each coming year.
Fellowship within thy halls
Has bound our hearts to Newton Falls

Attendance Concerns

Parents are reminded to call in daily absences to the Attendance Office at 330-872-0905. Failure to notify the school of a child's absence will result in the absence being declared "unexcused." Unexcused absences may result in the child not receiving academic credit. If the absence is extended beyond one day, it is best to provide us with that information. Our school system sends out a daily notification to parents if their child is reported absent at the start of the school day. This call is placed to the home after 10:00 AM.
Rachael Rankin
JH/HS Principal
Mrs. Rachael Rankin
rankinr@nfschools.org

Robert Bauman
JH/HS Assistant Principal
Mr. Robert Bauman
baumanr@nfschools.org

Dee Howard
High School Administrative Assistant
Mrs. Dee Howard
howardd@nfschools.org

Gina Bever
Jr. High School Administrative Assistant
Mrs. Gina Bever
beverg@nfschools.org


Grade Levels:
JH 7-8, HS 9-12
Schedule:
7:10 AM - Building Opens
7:35 AM - Tardy
2:30 PM - Dismissal

Address:
Newton Falls High School
907 Milton Blvd.
Newton Falls, Ohio 44444

Newton Falls Jr. High School
907 1/2 Milton Blvd.
Newton Falls, Ohio 44444

Phone:
HS Office: 330-872-5121
HS Fax: 330-872-5013

JH Office: 330-872-0905
Attendance: 330-872-0906
JH Fax: 330-872-5013

Junior High/High School

JHHS 2nd Quarter Honor Roll

Click here to see the 2nd Quarter Honor Roll and Perfect Attendance awards!

Newton Falls High School Philosophy

Newton Falls Junior High and High School Mission Statement:

The staff of Newton Falls High School firmly believes in the development of the whole child, affording all necessary experiences in the physical, mental, social, and emotional life to enable the child to become a well-adjusted individual in our society.

The staff of Newton Falls High School works diligently to establish a collaborative culture with standards-focused instruction, assessment, and data analysis to improve student achievement. They continuously strive to create/sustain/increase student and parent engagement. Furthermore, it is the focus of our staff to continue to help build a positive culture and climate through Positive Behavioral Intervention Supports (PBIS), relationship-building, and effective communication.

News and Announcements

Walk Warm Program

The Walk Warm Program at the Elementary/Middle School will run through Friday, May 17th, from 4:00-6:00 PM, when school is open.

Participants are NOT permitted in the building until 4:00 PM due to student dismissal . If you arrive before 4:00 PM, please remain in your vehicle until that time.

The program is open to all Newton Falls residents. Individuals under 18 years of age must be accompanied by an adult at all times. Sign-in is required.

Consent Forms Due 5/20

This is a reminder that Monday, May 20th is the deadline for any students to turn in consent forms for the One Health Ohio student clinic that will be here in the HS on May 29th. All consent forms must be turned in by the 20th to the respective offices if you wish for your child to be seen in the One Health Ohio clinic on the 29th.

33rd Annual Tiger Boys Basketball Camp

Tiger Boys Basketball camp will be conducted by Newton Falls Boys' Varsity Basketball coach, Roy Sembach. Assisting Coach Sembach will be current and former Tiger basketball players. The Tigers have had 26 winning seasons in the past 27 years, including 6 District Championships, 21 Sectional Championships, 5 District Runners – Up, and 5 League Championships under the direction of Coach Sembach. Camp will be held each day at the outdoor basketball courts at the Newton Falls City Park.

To see the dates, times, and cost of the camp for your boy, go to the flier below. Remember, the grade ranges mentioned are for boys entering those grades NEXT SCHOOL YEAR, 2024-2025.

For the camp flyer for boys that will be in grades 1-3 NEXT SCHOOL YEAR, go to Boys Basketball Camp Flyer Grades 1-3

For the camp flyer for boys that will be in grades 4-5 NEXT SCHOOL YEAR, go to Boys Basketball Camp Flyer Grades 4-5

For the camp flyer for boys that will be in grades 6-7 NEXT SCHOOL YEAR, go to Boys Basketball Camp Flyer Grades 6-7

For the camp flyer for boys that will be in grades 8-9 NEXT SCHOOL YEAR, go to Boys Basketball Camp Flyer Grades 8-9

All registration deadlines are Monday, May 27th.

Student Health Clinic

Mark your calendars! Don't miss our Student Health Clinic from One Health Ohio who will be visiting the High School on Wednesday, May 29th, from 8:00 AM-3:00 PM. This convenient clinic provides a one-stop shop for all student health needs:

Sports Physicals - Athletes can obtain their required annual physical exam.

Vaccinations - Stay up-to-date on all recommended and/or required adolescent vaccines like HPV, meningitis, and more.

General Health Screening - Checkups for vision, hearing, diabetes, and other conditions.

This clinic comes at ZERO COST! Those with insurance will be billed and those without insurance will receive their services complimentary.

Consent forms will be distributed next week for those interested.

Any student of Newton Falls Exempted Village School District may utilize the clinic. All student athletes and those who still need their required vaccinations for next school year should take advantage of this opportunity!

Parents are encouraged but not required to be present as long as the proper consent forms are signed.

Appointments will be accepted from 8:00 AM-3:00 PM on May 29th, 2024 on a first come, first serve basis.

Start the summer off healthy and don't miss this convenient clinic provided by One Health Ohio! Please direct any questions to HS Principal Rachael Rankin (rankinr@nfschools.org) or HS Nurse Rhonda Knoske (knosker@nfschools.org).

To see the flyer, go to this link.

JH Student Council Plastic Bag Collection

The Junior High Student Council has until the end of the school year to collect plastic bags for the recycling challenge. We have collected 701 lbs. and need 299 lbs. to reach our goal and get a free Trex bench for our school!

Remember, only stretchy plastic is allowed. Plastic bags from the grocery store or the plastic bags that come over newspapers.

Make sure to donate today by sending bags to the JHHS with your students or dropping them off at the building offices!

Sign Up for Camp Invention

Camp Invention will be held once again at the Junior High School from Monday, June 3rd, through Friday, June 7th, from 8:00 AM to 2:30 PM. Camp Invention is for students in grades 1-6 where they will build and learn about such things as glow boxes, light up game boards, transforming their sketches into prototypes, and water challenges.

There's no cost to participate, but spaces fill up fast! To register, call 800-968-4332. If you have any questions, contact Camp Director Kayla Smith by email at smithk@nfschools.org or at 330-872-0905 ext. 1109. The last day to register is Thursday, May 30th.

To see the flyer for the camp, go to Camp Invention Flyer

Youth Summer Employment Program

Sophomores or Juniors that could benefit from a summer job earing $15 per hour and incentives should contact the Trumbull County office of Ohio Means Jobs at 330-675-2181.

They have a program to help low-income students find employment and develop job skills. Students are guaranteed a summer job when applying. There are many positions open, so call and apply today!

Youth Social Skills Program

Buckeye Residential Solutions and the Trumbull County Board of Developmental Disabilities is holding a Youth Social Skill program starting Saturday, June 1st.

The program offers friendship building, community outings, independent skills, meals and snacks, and a fun and safe environment.

Program hours are Tuesday from 3:00 PM - 8:00 PM, Wednesday, from 3:00 PM - 8:00 PM, Thursday from 3:00 PM - 8:00 PM, Friday 3:00 PM - 9:00 PM, and Saturday 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM.

For more information, please contact Fred Selt at 330-652-1116 ext. 135 or email Courtnie Horning at chorning@buckeyeresidential.com.

Summer with Newton Falls Chess

Looking for volunteer hours for graduation or National Honor Society? Looking to play chess over the summer? Chess Club will once again be held this summer at the Newton Falls Public Library on the following Thursday afternoons at 2:00 PM:

June 13th, June 27th, July 11th, and July 25th

Your participation and involvement is greatly appreciated if able to help! It means a lot to the NF community, the library, and the younger children who attend. If you think you may want
to be a part of the program, please reach out when possible grosse@nfschools.org or ChrissyBraun@newtonfalls.org. The deadline to sign up is Wednesday, June 12th.

Free Kids Kinship Summer Camp

Easterseals of Mahoning, Trumbull, and Columbiana counties and Direction Home of Eastern Ohio will be holding a free Kids Kinship Summer Camp for boys and girls ages 5-13 from Monday, June 17th to Thursday, August 1st. The camp is held from Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Fridays from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM.

Kinship Camp criteria: a child being raised by an adult 55 plus, a child between the ages of 5-13, a child fully potty trained, and you must attend an informational meeting on the first day of camp, Monday, June 17th.

The camp is located at The Corner Abbey Community Center 6123 Youngstown Conneaut Rd, Kinsman, OH, 44428. If you have any questions, contact Easterseals at 330-599-5525 or email summercamp@mtc.easterseals.com.

You can register online at this link.

Immunization Reminder to Parents/Guardians of Students entering 7th and 12th Grades

All students entering 7th grade this fall are required to have the following immunizations:

1 dose of Tdap
1 dose of Meningitis (MCV4)

All students entering 12th grade this fall are required to have the following immunizations:

1-2 doses of Meningitis (MCV4) with one dose given after age 16.

State law requires written verification of these immunizations no later than the 15th day of school. If your student does not have the required immunizations, please contact your healthcare provider to schedule an appointment. Please contact Mrs. Knoske, RN, the school nurse at 330­872­5121 ext. 1024 or knosker@nfschools.org if you need additional information.

School App

We are happy to announce that we now have a school app for your phone! This app contains quick links and easier access to important information for the district so you can check your child's grades, email the school, call the attendance line, etc.

Please go to the link below from your cell phone and follow the instructions to install it on your home screen.

To get the app, go here.

JHHS Student Handbook

For information about the Junior High/High School's Code of Conduct, Dress Code, Discipline Procedures, Grading Procedures, Student Use of Technology, Use of Telephones, and more, go to JHHS Student Handbook

Student Tardiness to School

Students are required to be at school on time. Students arriving to school tardy will be penalized after their third offense for an unexcused tardy. A student may be suspended when reaching the excessive number of tardiness. All excused tardiness are not penalized.

The Junior High/High School requires that parents provide the school with a written excuse for an early dismissal. Students will take the excuse to the Attendance Office (Junior High Office) when arriving at school and receive a slip to leave school at the appointed time. We ask that parents not arrive and request students be dismissed. It is a disruptive and timely issue for office personnel and teachers. No student will be dismissed during the last thirty minutes of the school day. In an emergency, please make a phone call informing us of your need to have your child dismissed.

Doors Open

The Junior High/High School opens its doors at 7:10 AM. Doors will be opened at 7:00 AM when the weather requires the students to come in from the rain, snow or extreme cold. Students will sit in the Commons-Cafeteria until 7:10 AM. Otherwise, the students will remain on the walkways until the entry bell sounds at 7:10 AM.

Newton Falls Fight Song

Go Newton Falls High
Fight for victory,
With your colors flying
We will cheer you all the time.
Rah! Rah! Rah!
Go Newton Falls High
Fight for victory,
Spread far the fame of our fair name.
Go you Tigers! Win that game!

FIGHT!

Newton Falls Alma Mater

To Newton Falls we stand and sing,
And praise to alma mater bring.
Ever will our thoughts to thee
Be pledged in love and loyalty.
Friendships true and memories dear
Will live throughout each coming year.
Fellowship within thy halls
Has bound our hearts to Newton Falls

Attendance Concerns

Parents are reminded to call in daily absences to the Attendance Office at 330-872-0905. Failure to notify the school of a child's absence will result in the absence being declared "unexcused." Unexcused absences may result in the child not receiving academic credit. If the absence is extended beyond one day, it is best to provide us with that information. Our school system sends out a daily notification to parents if their child is reported absent at the start of the school day. This call is placed to the home after 10:00 AM.
Rachael Rankin
JH/HS Principal
Mrs. Rachael Rankin
rankinr@nfschools.org

Robert Bauman
JH/HS Assistant Principal
Mr. Robert Bauman
baumanr@nfschools.org

Dee Howard
High School Administrative Assistant
Mrs. Dee Howard
howardd@nfschools.org

Gina Bever
Jr. High School Administrative Assistant
Mrs. Gina Bever
beverg@nfschools.org


Grade Levels:
JH 7-8, HS 9-12
Schedule:
7:10 AM - Building Opens
7:35 AM - Tardy
2:30 PM - Dismissal

Address:
Newton Falls High School
907 Milton Blvd.
Newton Falls, Ohio 44444

Newton Falls Jr. High School
907 1/2 Milton Blvd.
Newton Falls, Ohio 44444

Phone:
HS Office: 330-872-5121
HS Fax: 330-872-5013

JH Office: 330-872-0905
Attendance: 330-872-0906
JH Fax: 330-872-5013

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