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Contact: Stephanie Kessling (PreK-5)

skessling@nwlsd.org

Contact: Brenda Miller (6-12)

bmiller2@nwlsd.org

You are invited...

Please join us at district office on June 24th between 5:30 and 6:30 to preview the recommended reading selections for our six new literature courses (grades 11 and 12): African American Literature, American Literature, World Literature, Literary Non-Fiction, Genre Fiction, and American Short Stories, Poetry and Drama. 

Here is a complete list of recommended anchor texts for the six new English literature courses English 11 and 12 Anchor Texts.

Texts not highlighted in yellow have previously been approved by the board of education. Individual teachers may use approved resources beyond those identified as anchor texts. Anchor texts are defined as those required texts that must be used as curriculum resources by teachers for the identified courses.

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Kaleb Amofa (right) and his campaign manager Isaiah Shields from NWHS (left)

Congratulations Kaleb Amofa!

Kaleb Amofa (a CHS Junior) was elected as BPA National Treasurer. In this position, he will be helping to lead the entire BPA organization made up of 25 states and 45,000 members!

 

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CHS Senior Rebekah Green

Congratulations Rebekah Green!

Congratulations to CHS Senior Rebekah Green. Rebekah, who will be graduating summa cum laude, placed 6th out of 56 students in the Legal Office Systems and Procedures competition at BPA Nationals this past week in Anaheim, CA.

Exciting Opportunity!

MEET (Manufacturing Educator Externship Team) is a new program aimed at educating teachers, counselors and administrators to introduce them to advanced manufacturing facilities and careers. Four local businesses will host 1-2 educators, June 10-14, to learn about available jobs within each company.  Educators will work with a mentor from the business to set goals together, produce lesson plans, and projects based on what was learned through the externship program. This work will be incorporated into the classroom for the 2019-20 school year. Educators will be paid a $1300 stipend for their participation in this program through a grant provided by the Duke Energy Foundation.

 Please have any staff member interested reach out to Megan Reed in Workforce Services at reedm@butlertech.org

Summer Professional Development Opportunities

Butler Tech is excited to open our Summer Professional Development Series to our associate school’s teachers, staff, and leadership.

 We have 15 unique course offerings to select from - 13 are free and 2 have associated costs.

 All sessions, unless otherwise noted, will take place in the Workforce Services Flex Space (Lower ERC- 3603 Hamilton-Middletown Rd, Hamilton, Ohio 45011) from 9 a.m.- 11 a.m.  All classes are limited to 40 participants with a registration deadline of June 1st.

 Snacks, materials, and childcare for ages 2-11 will also be provided. Attendees can earn .2 CEUs per session. 

Checkout our exciting offerings  and sign up today at https://forms.office.com/Pages/ResponsePage.aspx?id=iboKJEk13UiBAdbMkW1vuNCeO4pXUaRNqGRGOO0phtpUNkRaTk9KT1VDN1lNWEtGQlFRNFpDWDhOVy4u

If you have any questions, please contact Crissy Lauterbach at lauterbachc@butlertech.org .

9th Grade Pre-AP Summer Camp Registration

9th Grade Pre-AP Summer Camp Registration - Deadline April 1st

This experience is for Northwest and Colerain students who will enter the 9th grade next year. Students will participate in this camp in order to begin to develop the skills necessary to be successful in Honors and AP courses, and to have time to collaborate with their peers intellectually. This course is FREE to families. Attendance is mandatory for students who will be enrolled in Honors/AP courses in 9th grade. Transportation for camp is not provided. Students will be provided a computer to use throughout the week.

College Credit Plus 2019-2020 School Year

NWLSD CCP Information Presentation for 2019-2020 School Year

CCP Information

We Need YOU….

Help us select new high school math materials for 2019-20.

Please join us at district office on March 11th between 5:30 and 6:30 to preview and provide input on the three programs that we are considering for Algebra 1, Geometry, and Algebra 2.

We invite you to stay around for the beginning of the board meeting where the high school principals will share ideas about the high school redesign project.