Congratulations to the New Hampton Dance Team on their 1st place finish in Class IV Hip Hop at the Iowa State Dance Team Championships. Congratulations to Natalie Marr on her division 1 solo. We hope to recognize these students at a later winter activity.
The High School is organizing some fun for staff and students during the month of December. Some dress up days between now and break. Here they are: Wednesday, Dec. 9 - "Grinch Day" - wear green Thursday, Dec. 10 - "Flannel Day" - wear flannel Tuesday, Dec. 15 - "Happy Holidays" - wear Red, White, Green Friday, Dec. 18 - "Stocking Day" - wear Festive Socks Monday, Dec. 21 - "Tree Topper Day" - wear Holiday Headgear Tuesday, Dec. 22 - "Ugly Sweater Day"
We look forward to our first home wrestling meet with Decorah. Our rosters for each team tonight can be viewed with the following url: t.ly/mpC3 Only spectators with tickets issued from the athletes will be able to attend in person. Masks are required at all times and all food and drink must be kept in the cafeteria. Tonight's live stream will begin at 6 pm. at the following: https://youtu.be/jfejXptS2ts
Yearbook staffers arrive to school early as they work on yearbook pages for the Distance Doesn't Define Us 2020-21 Yearbook. Dedication and volunteering of time make for great records of NHHS history! Purchase Yearbooks online or through the high school office for $55. #NHtribe
Here is a direct link to our JV/Girls/Varsity wrestling meet we will be broadcasting on 12/3 versus Decorah. Due to the governor's proclamation, each wrestler is given only two tickets to allow guests. You may follow on Trackwrestling or our live feed: https://youtu.be/jfejXptS2ts
Reading with my Gnomies!
Students are learning about series and characters in kindergarten. #NHtribe
5th grade math students are working on figuring tax with an Amazon shopping activity. Each student had $500 to spend.
Congratulations to Emma Rosonke for signing to play volleyball at Ellsworth Community College next year! Best of luck!
Elementary is organizing some fun for staff and students during the month of December. Printed calendars should be brought home by elementary students by December 2 for dress up days to begin Monday, December 7. Hope to see many students, staff, and hopefully the community join in the fun!
Congratulations to November TRIBE Students of the Month!
Reminder: On Wednesday, November 25th we will have 1 hour early dismissal. On Thursday and Friday, there will be no school. Happy Thanksgiving!
The Middle School will have these dress-up days for holiday fun!!
All Elementary parents: Please fill this form out in the event that we MAY have to go virtual again sometime this school year and will need to send home devices for all students. These devices will have apps on them that will help the students with work completion and attendance according to the state virtual learning guidelines. All students PK-4th grade will be sent home with devices (regardless if you have home devices). Reminder: this is only IF we go virtual for all school. Also that MS/HS have you do this at registration process because they do 1:1 all year. Thank you for your cooperation. You have rocked this school year with all the changes and we thank you for cooperation as this is all new to us. As always please call the school if you have further questions. #NHTribe https://forms.gle/WmJ6poA7zMM7DoeC6 Mrs. Brenda Lansing 641-394-2134 firstname.lastname@example.org
Dear Elementary parents, Friday, November 20th we were notified of our first positive cases of Covid for elementary students. We had two students test positive on today and school was notified after hours. The students were not in school today however were in school on Thursday. Because of the precautions we have in place, we are only quarantining their direct classrooms due to the lunchtime without masks and together longer than 15 minutes. Parents have been contacted in both of these classrooms as of Friday night. Students will return again on December 3rd. Thanks for your cooperation in this matter and understanding. #weareinthistogether #NHTribe Mrs. Brenda Lansing- Elementary Principal New Hampton Community Schools email@example.com Phone (641) 394-2134 Fax (641) 394-2662
After setting norms, Mrs. Bercik’s Freshman move to areas of the room indicating whether they strongly agree, agree, disagree, strongly disagree w/ statements like “It’s okay to be different.” Then they support their opinions as they get to know each other #NHTribe
ilding vocabulary is crucial to higher level thinking. Mr. Meisner hands out vocabulary quizzes, based on the novel they are reading, to his English 10 students. #NHtribe
Biology students plan out their cell project with instructor Mrs. Ohrt. Each class will have a cell displayed on the ceiling tile. #NHtribe @jlquass
Learning to read the fine print, economics students in Mr. Olson‘s class learn about credit card percentages. #NHtribe @nhgolfteam
Starting literacy with a discussion and then moving into citing sources for Holocaust research, Patricia ten Hoeve’s eighth graders move forward on their speeches. #NHtribe