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1 New Town High 9th Grade Bulletin A U G U S T Today we learn, tomorrow we lead. G U I D A N C E C O U N S E L O R S Mrs. Maria Teresa Perriello (All students A-G) Mrs. Londyn Rollins Guidance Dept. Chair (All students H-0) Mr. Zach Clark (All students P-Z) H OW T O KEEP IN C O N TA CT? A D M I N I S T R A T I O N Mr. Kevin Whatley Principal Mrs. Michelle Wedderburn Assistant Principal (All students A-G) Mr. Chris Parker Assistant Principal (All students H-O) Mr. Joe Kopec Assistant Principal (All students P-Z) Mrs. Orly Mondell Freshman Team Leader Mrs. Kathy Albert AVID/ELCCP Follow New Town Dear Parents/Guardians and Students, With this freshmen handbook and great pleasure we, the Freshmen Team, welcome you to our New Town High School! We look forward to fostering a relationship with you during your high school journey. We will be there to push you, challenge you, and support you as you strive for excellence on your way to college/career. Please use this handbook as a guide for 9 th grade, we have provided the most pertinent information that your child will need to adjust to high school. We would like to invite you to Freshmen Orientation Thursday August 20, 2015 at 6pm. We hope you will join us for a sneak peak at NTHS before the school year begins. Please Mrs. Mondell at of Mrs. Kathy Albert with any questions or concerns. As the Freshmen Coordinator, myself and the Freshmen Team will be guiding you and your child in their journey through High School. As your child learns the high school ways they will also be preparing for the years beyond. We as a team look at the freshmen year as the greatest opportunity to inspire them to work and strive to do their best in school. We believe that students should a have a voice in their learning in order to follow their dreams of success in either college or career, we, as a team (teachers, school support staff, students and families), must lay the foundation in 9 th grade. Sincerely, The Freshmen Team (all of your child s teachers, support staff and Administrators) School Website: NewTownHS.bcps.org Follow Freshmen Team New Town High School * 4931 New Town Blvd. * Owings Mills, MD (Main) * (Guidance) * (Athletics)

2 C Lunch B Lunch A Lunch Follow Us on Bell Schedule Warning Bell Period 1 Homeroom Period 2 7:40am 7:45am-9:08am 9:08am-9:18am 9:22am-10:45am A lunch 10:49am-11:19am Period 3 11:23am-12:46pm Period 4 12:50pm-2:15pm Dismissal 2:15pm Warning Bell 7:40am Period 1 7:45am-9:08am Homeroom Period 2 Period 3 B lunch Period 3 Period 4 Dismissal 9:08am-9:18am 9:22am-10:45am 10:49am-11:35am 11:35am-12:05pm 12:09pm-12:46pm 12:50pm-2:15pm 2:15pm Follow the Freshmen Team on Warning Bell Period 1 Homeroom 7:40am 7:45am-9:08am 9:08am-9:18am Period 2 9:22am-10:45am Period 3 10:49am-12:16pm C lunch 12:16pm-12:46pm Period 4 12:50pm-2:15pm Dismissal 2:15pm Tardiness to School The school day beings with Period 1 at 7:45am. Students who arrive at 7:45am will be recorded tardy to school.

3 Absence to School - Note Procedure All students that are absent from school need to bring in a note to the front office with the following information: Student s Name Date of Absence Reason for Absence Parent/Guardian Signature Back to School Night Thursday, Sept. 3rd 6-8pm Follow Us on

4 Dates to Remember... Marking Period Ends 1st Quarter: Friday, Oct. 20th 2nd Quarter: Friday, Jan. 15th 3rd Quarter: Friday, April 8th 4th Quarter: Friday, June 17th Interim Reports 1st Quarter: Thursday, Oct. 1st 2nd Quarter: Thursday, Dec. 10th 3rd Quarter: Thursday, Feb. 25th 4th Quarter: Thursday, May 12th Report Cards 1st Quarter: Thursday, Nov. 12th 2nd Quarter: Thursday, Feb. 4th 3rd Quarter: Thursday, April 21st 4th Quarter: Will be mailed home Parent/Teacher Conferences Night 1st Quarter: Thursday, Oct. 8th, 2:30pm-4pm 2nd Quarter: Thursday, Dec. 17th, 2:30pm-4pm 3rd Quarter: Thursday, March 3rd, 2:30pm-4pm 4th Quarter: Thursday, May 19th, 2:30pm-4pm Follow Us on

5 Homework Students will generally have homework 2-3 times per week per teacher, EXCEPT for Math and English, Students get homework EVERY NIGHT. Homework is a meaningful review/preparation of classwork. It is not to be disregarded. Many times Homework will be addressed and used in class as part of their classwork grade. Please encourage your child to do their best and hand it in on time, as we do not accept late homework. Students who are absent, and have handed in the correct paperwork will receive a note from the office, only then will they receive all missing work., with a renegotiated due date. All students are required to record their homework, depending on the class, they may take a picture of it, write it down, add it to a calendar, whatever is most effective for them, but it must be recorded daily. Physical Education Uniforms All 9th graders that are enrolled in PE Fitness Foundations are expected to change into their PE Uniform in order to participate in the the course. PE Uniforms are $25, and include NTHS shirt and NTHS shorts. Uniforms will be sold at Freshman Orientation, Back to School Night, and in your child s PE classes. We accept cash or money order only. No checks! If you have any questions, please contact Mr. Soler, PE Dept. Chair at

6 Freshman Star Requirements STAR Student Wall of Fame Students earn their teacher nominations by: Responsibly coming to class with homework completed. Treating classmates and teachers with Respect. Coming to class prepared with pens, pencils, binders, and agenda books. Displaying a positive attitude. Working collaboratively with others. Avoiding all office referrals. Working to their greatest potential All students have an opportunity to be nominated for Quarters 1, 2, 3 and 4. Students who maintain their star status into the 4 th Quarter will be invited to our special celebration. Freshman Orientation On Thursday, August 20th starting at 6pm in the auditorium will be Freshman Orientation for all incoming 9th grade students. All 9th grade students are encourage to attend along with their parents. Freshman Orientation is a crucial event that will help ensure your students success at the beginning of the school year. Please mark your calendars now!

7 Locker Information Each student will be getting a locker for their belongings along with a gym locker for their PE belongings. Students should not share their locker nor combination with other students. Once the combinations are given out for their school locker and PE locker, students are expected to remember them. Please see the steps below how to open a locker at New Town!

8 9th Grade Non-Negotiables 1. No Late Homework 2. 1 or 2 Bathroom Passes Per Month (depending on teacher) 3. No Headphones OR Cell Phones (unless teacher instructs for classwork) 4. No Food or Drink in class (except water) We will be sending out updates about what is taking place with the 9th graders along with important information throughout the school year. To sign up to be a part of this subscription, please Mrs. Kathy Albert We encourage all parents to do so, so they can stay up to date with what is taking place at New Town!

9 Student Discipline Every student is expected to come to school on time, ready to learn. We expect all students to behave in all classes or a consequence will be given by that particular teacher (see the teacher s syllabus). If this is an ongoing issue, then a required parent conference will occurred to come up with a solution for the success of the student. Please remember that the academic success of your child along with all students at New Town is our first priority. We can not and will no tolerate a student that disrupts other student academic success. Both students and parents will be required to review the BCPS Student Handbook along with signing off that they understand the rules, procedures, and consequences in all BCPS schools. If you have further questions, please see the BCPS Student Handbook at The TITAN Way

10 Titan Code of Conduct Student Code of Conduct Baltimore County Public Schools system expects all students to put forth the best efforts during the educational process. To accomplish this, students must recognize their individual responsibilities, and they must behavior in accordance with BCPS Student Code of Conduct, policy Attend school daily unless there is a lawful purpose for being absent. Engage in learning activities. Bring to school only those items and material that are appropriate and for educational purposes. Demonstrate positive behavior and language and respect the person, civil, and property rights of others. Accept responsibility for their actions and education while abiding by established BCPS policies, rules, and school procedures. The Code of Conduct standards for school campuses shall apply to all off-site sponsored activities. School personnel will effectively deal with students behavior inhibit their own education or unduly hinder others form learning. Teachers and schools with be given reasonable support and assistance to teachers with respect to the maintenance of control and discipline in the classrooms. Students who demonstrate inappropriate behaviors are subject to discipline that may range from staff/administrative responses to expulsions according to the procedures outlined in the Board Policy and Superintendent s Rule School administrators have the authority to review and assess each individual situation and determine, if any, the type and number of interventions and supports to use prior to any disciplinary action being taken.

11 PTSA We encourage all parents to join the PTSA, this is a great opportunity to play an active role in your child s school life and education. Please contact the PTSA for additional information regarding meeting dates and volunteer opportunities. Joining fee is 10 dollars. New Town Mascot: Titans Colors: Cardinal & Vegas Gold Conference: Baltimore County 1A-2A Classification: 1A North Athletic Director: Reginald Brooks Asst. Athletic Director: Preston Waters Athletic Phone: Athletic Fax: Questions? Contact Mr. Reggie Brooks, Athletic Director FALL WINTER SPRING Cheerleading Basketball Baseball Cross Country Bowling Lacrosse Admission: $5.00, General Admission $3.00, Seniors 55 and older $3.00, Students with proper ID Football Golf Cheerleading Indoor Track Softball Tennis Soccer Wrestling Track & Field Volleyball

12 A/B Day Schedule Please see the A/B day schedule for the school year. Please remember that no matter what, this schedule does not change for any reason. For example, if we are closed on an A day, then the schedule does change to make up that A day. This schedule is set in stone so please mark your calendars!

13 School Supplies Each student is encourage to have the following school supplies to ensure their success. 3 OR 4 inch binder 8 dividers 8 folders Pens Pencils (#2) High Lighters Filler Paper Red Pens for self assessment Pencil case White Out Index Cards Suggested but NOT required Portable Hole Puncher Black Sharpie Markers/Color pencils Flash drive If your child is enrolled in Effective College and Career Readiness or AVID 9, Mrs. Albert will be setting up their binder with the students the second week of school so please make sure you have all the needed supplies by then!

14 BCPS One We are excited to announced that BCPS One has a new look! Please see below on where you are access your child s grades. All parents should have their own BCPS One login in name so they can check their child s grades. Teachers will update grades biweekly or soon. This is a great way for you to know what is taking place in each of your child s classes!! BCPS One Website: Bcpsone.bcps.org Login Here! You should know your BCPS One login, if not then contact: Mr. Galowitz at Explaining the issue you are having

15 Check your grade here! Access to the online databases! Access to instructional tools that will be used in your child s classes! Instructions on how to use BCPS One will go home with your students during the first few weeks of school. Please be on the look out!

16 Attendance Policy Please see BCPS Policy 5120 for detailed information regarding BCPS policy on Student Attendance.

17 Freshman Study Hall Every Thursday from 2:30pm-3:30pm in the Library, we offer Freshman Study Hall for our 9th grade students. Students are encourage to attend in order to get extra help in their classes. Also, computer and printing access will be available for students that need it. Coach Classes Every teacher at New Town offer coach classes for their students if it is before school, after school, or during lunch. Coach class is offered for the students to get additional assistant if needed along with make up any missing work they missed when they were absent. Please see the teacher s syllabus the first week of school to see when your child s teacher s coach classes are!

18 Clubs/Organizations Getting Involved! Students are encourage to get involve at New Town! Please see the different clubs/ organizations that we have to offer at the school. Please contact the sponsor if you are interested in joining. Also, please listen to the morning announcement (Titan TV) for the most up to date information! Band Advisor: Ms. Y. Harris Chorus Advisor: Mr. Ambush Dance Advisor: Ms. Schiaffino DJ Club Advisor: Mr. Gordon FBLA (Future Business Leaders of America) Advisor: Ms. Simms It s Academic Advisor: Mr. Horton National Art Honor Society Advisor: Mr. Lutsko NHS (National Honors Society) Advisors: Mr. Hopkins & Ms. Simms Robotics Club Advisor: Ms. Simms School Store Advisor: Ms. Simms Tech Crew Advisor: Mr. Galowitz Titan Chronicle Advisor: Ms. Simms

19 Resources Within in your child s classes, teachers will use a variety of resources. Please be on the look out for the following items to be uiltize in your child s classes. If you have any questions, then please ask the teacher directly!

20 If you have any questions, concerns, or comments then please contact us! Mrs. Orly Mondell Freshman Team Leader Mrs. Kathy Albert ELCCR/AVID 9 Teacher General Phone Numbers Main Fax (Main) Cafeteria Guidance Library Athletics

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