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NAMES Can Really Help Us

NAMES Can Really Help Us

Faizah Karim
October 5, 2015
Filed under Class News, School Climate

Bullying impacts millions of lives, including people we know, and it should not be ignored. New Milford High School has recognized this issue and has taken action. On October 27th, NMHS will be running the NAMES program for sophomores, as it does every year. The main goal of NAMES is to inform participants...

This Week at NMHS: September 28

Sydney Lane
September 29, 2015
Filed under Class News, Current Issues

There is a lot happening at NMHS this week! The official list of the NAMES facilitators for this year’s assembly has been posted on the bulletin board on the first floor, center hallway. This Wednesday, 9/30/15, there will be a Spanish Honor Society meeting for all members in room 1313. The annual...

This Week at NMHS: September 21

Sydney Lane
September 22, 2015
Filed under Class News, Current Issues

This week in NMHS there are several events for students to get involved in. The Spanish Honors Society is sponsoring a blood drive by the American Red Cross. It will be held this Friday, the 25th in the small gym. Sign up during lunches or see Ms. Hugya. Only students over 17 can participate. This ...

Something Bittersweet

Faizah Karim
September 17, 2015
Filed under Class News

There’s something bittersweet about senior year. I always pictured my fourth year in high school a little differently than what actually happened. I expected myself to grow more mature during the summer before 12th grade. When I walked in, I expected everyone to say, “Wow, you look so different!...

The Freshmen Perspective: Week One

Mackenzie Lane
September 13, 2015
Filed under Academics, Class News, Student Voices

The first week at New Milford High School was a totally new experience. Walking into the building was nerve racking. Everything about this school was new to the incoming freshman. The way the school is run was a hard thing to get used to in the first week. The block schedule with 80 minute classes? That wa...

Freshman Fresh Eyes: Spirit Week

Freshman Fresh Eyes: Spirit Week

Gabi Kovalenko
October 12, 2014
Filed under Class News

October 6, 2014- that was Day 1 of New Milford High School's annual, and my first, Spirit Week. This exhilarating and action-packed week brought with it a sense of school unity and, in essence, a jovial spirit in which everyone participated. It was far more involved than I initially imagined, and the...

Wave got spirit, how ’bout you?

Wave got spirit, how ’bout you?

October 2, 2014
Filed under Class News, School Climate

Just as everyone is getting settled back into the new school year, new classes, and new teachers, Spirit Week 2014 is already upon New Milford High School. In case you missed it, the schedule for this year’s Spirit Week goes as follows: Monday - Sports Jersey Day, Tuesday - Twin Day, Wednesday - Ameri...

Dirt

Charlotte Chauvin
December 16, 2013
Filed under Class News

“We have an assembly? What for?” a friend piped in, “I don’t know, I think drugs and bullying and stuff, the usual.” Walking into the auditorium on the eighteenth of November, a Monday, I prepared myself for the lecture of the year, some professional on a stage telling us drugs were bad, pe...

NAMES: A Day of Growth and Reflection

NAMES: A Day of Growth and Reflection

Lawrence Andrea
December 10, 2013
Filed under Class News

Every year, the sophomore class at New Milford High School participates in the life-changing program “Names Can Really Hurt Us.” In this program established by the Anti-Defamation League (ADL), the sophomores gather in the auditorium to discuss the negative impacts of bullying and share experiences in...

The Class of 2017 has Arrived

The Class of 2017 has Arrived

Tess Harkin, Writer
September 11, 2013
Filed under Class News

Students of New Milford are united by few things, but the trials, tribulations and eventual rewards of freshmen year are certainly on that list. With the new school year just beginning, 336 new additions to the school were abruptly thrown into the mix and forced to adapt to the ebb and flow of high scho...

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