Wednesday May 29

Class of 2021 (Sophomores) will have a class meeting in Ms. Brauer's classroom (RM 204) this Friday, May 31st
-There will be a quick 5 Minute meeting for 9th graders  during Advisory Friday May 31st from 9:05 to 9:10.  All students should be back in their assigned advisory by 9:15 at the latest.
-Congratulations to the following top 7 performers who were chosen for our upcoming Improv Show on Friday, June 7th!
 Eli Longa, Lilla Bozek, Isabelle Fortier, Olivia Tarzia, Acadia Bloodlane, James Sullivan (tied with) Morgan Long!!
See you on Thursday for rehearsal!
Job list will be posted that day for our upcoming show!
-SALT Applications are due Friday, June 1st.  Please see Mr Hayes for an application.
-Students who are attending the drama field trip to see Jersey Boys at the Ogunquit Playhouse on Wedensday May 29th are reminded to meet in the school lobby at 10:30 am to board the bus!  Appropriate dress is required and please bring money for lunch at IHOP and concessions!  We should be back to NHS around 6-6:30pm that evening! 
-Congratulations to the Newmarket Art Department and to the Class of 2020 for an amazing Talent Night on Friday night!
Thank you to all the contestants who performed and a special congratulations to our winners that evening:
Our third place, $25.00 winners were Katie Day and Michael Dowst, accompanied by Maddie Geier, Ben LeBeau and Jackson Tower, for their performance of While My Guitar Gently Weeps by the Beatles!
Our second place, $50.00 winner was Shea Calkins for her performance of When the Party's Over by Billie Eilish!
And our fist place, $100.00 grand prize winners were Carl and Ethan Zundell for their amazing hip hop routine!
-Want to join me in making a difference? I'm raising money to benefit Kiribati Keepers Inc, and to help the civilians of Kiribati live a normal and safe life. In Kiribati, the sea level is rising 50% faster than it was 20 years ago. The islands are six feet above sea level now. Kiribati only has approximately 30 to 50 years until it's completely underwater due to sea levels rising and global climate change. We need an immediate solution so they don't have to evacuate their homes from flooding. I also want them to have clean drinking water and improved agriculture. You can donate as much or as little money as you would like. Any amount is very appreciated! Together we can make a difference and it starts with you! Thank you
Hello, my name is Taylor Young and I am an eighth grade student. I have created a gofundme account to raise money for the people of Kiribati. Please find my gofundme called save the islands.
-There will be no 6th grade homework club on Wed and Thursday (May 29-30) this week  
-Project SEARCH team application letters must be turned into Mrs. Albright by June 1, 2019.  Take an invitation to apply letter out of the envelope by room 227.
-Attention Seniors:  Up to $6,000 in scholarship awards are being made available from the Newmarket Teachers' Association (NTA). Applications are available through Naviance and also in guidance starting the week of May 6th.  Please note the application due date of May 29, 2019. 
-Any present sophomore or junior is invited to fill out an application to join next year's junior and senior Project SEARCH program.  This is a wonderful opportunity that is FREE to the student.  You attend 12 seminars over the course of the year at UNH.  The topics are timely and sometimes controversial.  Stop by and grab an informational letter OUTSIDE THE DOOR of ROOM 227 (Ms. Albright's classroom).  All interested students are welcome to apply!
-The Cast and crew of the Newmarket Drama Club are reminded to turn in their permission forms to attend Jersey Boys at the Ogunquit Playhouse as soon as possible!  The field trip will be held on Wednesday May 29th!  $10 will cover the cost of the bus!  Don’t forget to bring money for lunch at IHOP!!
-We still have some openings for the service trip to Peru in June 2020.  Sign up using the link below, and please see Mrs. Rosenberg or Mr. Soster with questions!
- HS yearbooks are on sale. You can purchase a yearbook for $45.00. A limited number of yearbooks will be available and they are sold on a first come first serve basis. You can order your book at or see Mr. Anderson in the library with cash or check made payable to NJSHS to place your order.
- Chess club will be meeting every red day during all lunches. Check the sign in the cafeteria for locations. Bring your food, bring a friend, and play some chess