ATTENTION: The date to submit request for transportation to take the ACT at NRHS has been changed to 2/9/2021 in order to allow the transportation department time to schedule all of the route changes. Thank you for your understanding in this matter.
Please complete the Student Daily Heath Screening each day your student is attending school in person
Child Nutrition Services will begin delivering boxes of 5 lunches and 5 breakfasts to the homes of remote learners each week. Service should start in January. You must sign up to receive the deliveries. Call the school by 12/18 and speak to Diamond Jackson to sign up. 704-636-4420
Faith-N-Action has designed a short survey to help us identify the challenges facing the multiple needs of our students, staff and community. We need your participation and support by completing the survey in order to implement programs and services that will bridge the gaps in this new remote learning environment.
Parents and students please note that Cavs After Hours will run through December 18th. CAH is an opportunity to recover 1st quarter credit through relooping packets and to get help on 2nd quarter work. The last day of classes is Friday Dec 11th but CAH can allow your student to finish any missing work before teachers submit grades.
Also note that our 1131 Grady Street location will be open through the 18th 10:30 - 1:30 M, T, Th, F.
Remote learners who have CTE and EOC courses must come to the NRHS campus to take these exams, which count 20% of their grade. Remote students will take exams on 12/14 and 12/15. If a remote only student needs a bus to get to school for their exam, they can request that bus using this form www.tinyurl.com/exambus. Transportation requests are due by 12/4.
If you wear glasses, they fog up. Sometimes masks cause skin breakouts. They don’t work great with beards. Students with autism and Asperger’s are hypersensitive to touch, so masks may be an issue for them as well. And then there are folks who read lips. How do they cope with others who wear masks?
Since 1996, Chris Scholl has been a teacher and an administrator. But last year, he returned to the classroom at North Rowan High School. This year, he’s teaching American History I, African-American Studies, and tutors seniors during his last block.
Wearing masks has caused a unique set of challenges, Yoder says. “These masks cause a certain level of frustration. They restrict oxygen, plus it gets hot under a mask. Communication is also a factor, between the players and coaches, too. Lip reading is taken out of the equation. We have to be better with signals and eye contact. Every team is adjusting to it. There is a certain level of inconvenience, but given the circumstances it is very necessary.