Nationally Known Steered Straight, Inc.
coming to Newton High School

 Steered Straight Inc., a nationally known education/prevention/intervention organization will deliver powerful life messages to youth, parents, and professionals raising awareness on school violence, bullying, and escalating drug and alcohol use by teens. Steered Straight's presenters are ex-offenders who deliver thought provoking, motivational, positive and powerful messages.

During the "Week of Respect" youth and parents alike will walk away with a message they will never forget: "You Get Out of Life No More Than and No Less Than What You Put Into It." Sponsored by Family Partners of Morris and Sussex Counties, Newton Action Alliance and The Center for Prevention and Counseling and hosted at Newton High School.
 
This workshop will be held on Thursday, October 9th from 7:00 p.m. until 9:00 p.m. at Newton High School located at 44 Ryerson Avenue, Newton, NJ and presented by Michael Deleon CEO of Steered Straight, Inc. To register please call 
973-940-3194 or online via https://www.eventbrite.com/e/steered-straight-tickets-13153858545


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NEWTON PRIDE 5K STRIDE HALLOWEEN FUN RUN


ADMINISTRATIVE TEAM

James E. Tasker
Principal

973-383-7573, extension 263
jtasker@newtonnj.org

 

 Kurt Walton
Assistant Principal
973-383-7573, extension 222
kwalton@newtonnj.org

 

 Kurt Weaver
Assistant Principal, Athletics & Student Activities
973-383-7573, extension 254
kweaver@newtonnj.org

 




Internet Safety for Parents and Educators

Enough Is Enough is a non-profit organization, emerging as the national leader on the front lines to make the Internet safer for children and families. Since then, EIE has pioneered efforts to confront online pornography, child pornography, child stalking, sexual predation, and other forms of online victimization. By leveraging its expertise, growing national partnership network, and positive reputation among the public, media, law enforcement, and Internet industry, EIE continues to advance innovative initiatives and effective communication strategies to protect children online.

Enough Is Enough℠ understands that Internet safety is a shared responsibility between the public, the Internet industry, and the legal community. However, parents remain the 'first line of defense' in protecting their children against Internet safety dangers. EIE has responded to help parents and educators by creating Internet Safety 101®, in partnership with the U.S. Department of Justice. EIE strives to educate and empower parents, educators and other caring adults with the information they need to effectively protect children from Internet dangers.

Click on the link to learn how you can protect your children from the dangers of the Internet 

http://www.internetsafety101.org/101_video_clips.htm


Bell Schedule

 Regular  Club  Delay  Early Rel A  Early Rel B
 HR 7:40 - 7:45  HR  7:40 - 7:45  HR 9:45 - 9:48 HR 7:40 - 7:45 HR 7:40 - 7:44
   17:45 - 8:27    17:45 -8:22   19:48 - 10:18   17:45 - 8:21   17:45 - 8:07
   28:31 - 9:13 Club 8:22 - 8:47   210:21 - 10:50   28:24 - 9:01   2 8:11 - 8:34
   39:17 - 9:59    28:51 - 9:30   310:53 - 11:22   39:05 - 9:42   38:39 - 9:01
   410:03 - 10:45    3

9:34 - 10:13

   411:25 - 11:54   49:46 - 10:23   49:05 - 9:28
   510:49 -11:31    410:17 - 10:57   511:57 - 12:26   810:27 - 11:04     59:32 - 9:55
   611:35 - 12:17     511:01 - 11:41   612:29 - 12:58    911:08 - 11:45    69:59 - 12:22
   712:21 - 1:03    611:45 - 12:25    71:01 - 1:30     710:26 - 10:49
   81:07 - 1:49    712:29 - 1:09   81:32 - 2:02     810:53 - 11:16
   91:53 - 2:35    81:13 - 1:52   92:05 - 2:35     911:20 - 11:45
      91:56 - 2:35      


New Jersey Department of Education

School Self-Assesment for Determining Grades

under the Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights

District and School Grade Report

 NHS District

HIB Programs,Approaches or Other Iniatives (Max 15)

12 12

Training on the BOE Approved HIB Policy (Max 9)

4 4

Other Staff Instruction and Training Programs (Max 15)

11 11

Curriculum and Instruction on HIB and Related Information and Skills (Max 6)

4 4

HIB Personnel (Max 9)

9 8

School Level HIB Incident Reporting Procedure (Max 6)

3 3

HIB Investigative Procedures (Max 12)

12 12

HIB Reporting (Max 3)

2 2
Grade (Max 75)57 54