Students will be unable to use their G-Suite (CCSD Google) accounts as of August 1. Don't panic as this is due to an annual reset. Most likely working through the school library, students will reset their passwords once the school year starts. If you can’t wait until then, drop Book Master Dwyer an email or send him a message using the school web site’s contact form. Students going into ninth grade should contact their high schools.
NJHS is hosting a fundraiser for Southern Nevada’s Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) called “Pennies for Patients”. Beginning Monday March 5 through Friday March 9, each first period class will be collecting change to donate to LLS. The class that collects the most money by Friday March 9 will win a donut party! In addition to the weekly collection, NJHS will host a pie throwing event: Mr. Hagar, our 7th grade Reading Teacher, has generously volunteered to be the target! During second lunch on Friday March 9th, students can try to hit him in the face with a pie for $1 per throw! Thank you for supporting NJHS with this very important cause. For more information about the LLS organization go to www.lls.org/southern-nevada.
Big-time author J. Scott Savage is coming to Woodbury for our literacy night! Come to the little theater on literacy night, Monday, February 26 at 5:30. He will do an awesome presentation. Pick up autographed copies of his books. Fantasy readers love his work, but he also writes Case File #13 which is a mix of horror and comedy, like Goosebumps. The book fair opens that night at 4:30 and Librarian Kirsten Hoerner will do a public library presentation at 5:00.
Woodbury is gearing up for an epic Nevada Reading Week as we will explore how Reading is a Voyage! We will celebrate this annual event from February 26 to March 2. For literacy night (Monday - 2/26), we will host big-time guest author J. Scott Savage, the fantasy author of the Mysteries of the Cove series, the Case File series, etc. Get autographed copies of his books! The book fair will also run, giving plenty of time for shopping. Bring the whole family out for literacy night. In addition, there will be theme days, so students can get dressed for fun. Do you have books sitting around that nobody is going to read again? Exchange them for new books at our book swap. We’ll have book bingo every morning and a poetry contest. We’ll also be treated to a visit by local author Vickie-Ann Bush. Do you like selfies? Submit a book selfie or a photo of yourself holding your favorite book. Guess the identify of our mystery readers while you play the book emoji challenge. The Reading Week Committee has been working tirelessly to deliver a week of splendor, so what’s here is only a teaser. A student packet will go home on February 22, so stay tuned! Until then, inquiries can be made through Book Master Dwyer in the library.
The Book Fair is coming! It will run Feb 20-28. Reading classes will have scheduled visits. The fair will be open before and after school on most days. It will also run during both lunches. Don't miss our epic late night. This year's theme is funny pets! Visit our online calendar which is complete with times and dates. The link will even connect you with our online book fair. Here's the flyer and schedule that went home.
During semester exams, students will be dismissed at 11:40 a.m. On those days, breakfast will be served but no lunch. There will be 10 minute passing periods.
1st Period 8:00 – 9:45 am
2nd Period 9:55 – 11:40 am
3rd Period 8:00 – 9:45 am
4th Period 9:55 – 11:40 am
5th Period 8:00 – 9:45 am
6th Period 9:55 – 11:40 am
All students must be OFF Campus by Noon.
Student Senate is sponsoring a toy drive through Toys for Tots and has placed boxes around the school for students and staff to place unwrapped toys in during the months of November and December. We will be checking the boxes daily and storing them until December 15th. Please help support this toy drive and make a child happy this season!