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New Castle Junior High School - Gr. 7 & 8
 
310  E. Lincoln Ave.
New Castle, PA  16101
724-656-4700 
 
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Meet Cory Metz

 

 

Cory is an 8th grade student at New Castle Junior High School. Just like his fellow peers, he attends school and does his work.  What makes him the above-average 8th grader you may ask? Recently, two teachers observed Cory picking up fallen American flags, which had decorated the school lawn in honor of Veterans Day.  It wasn’t just one flag. It was many flags.  When asked why he chose to take such action, he remarked that the American flag should never touch the ground; furthermore, it is a sign of disrespect.  He also shared that he has family members who have served in the military, and that he would like to serve in the Marines. THANK YOU CORY! You are an outstanding young man and serve as a great role model for all students.  


Winter Wonderland White-Out Dance
 When: Thursday, December 19, 2019
              6-8 p.m
 
Where: Commons Area
              Students are to enter through Hurrican Drive Entrance 
 
Cost: $5-students are to sign up during lunch or pay at the door 
 
Students are encouraged to wear white! 
Look What's Happening at the Junior High!
Principal's 200 Club Winners
News & Announcements

Junior High Cell Phone Policy Changes

Please click HERE to read the letter that was mailed home to all parents/guardians of New Castle Junior High students regarding our new cell phone policy. Beginning Monday, December 16th, the New Castle Junior High School will be moving away from students being permitted to use their cell phones in school, as the district now provides techological devices (Chromebooks, etc.) to our students. Should you have any concerns, please contact Mrs. Morell at 724-656-4700.

Grilled Cheese Cooking Challenge

Students in Miss Wiseman's Family and Consumer Science classes had a "cheesy" culminating activity for their final exam: Grilled Cheese Cooking Challenge.  Students created gourmet creations using their choice of bread, cheese, and toppings.  Student creations consisted of pizza grilled cheese, loaded pierogi grilled cheese, and a breakfast grilled cheese with homemade spicy mayo, just to name a few.  Guest judges included Jr High Principal Mrs. Morell, Dean Mrs. Siciliano, and teachers Mr. Samples, Mrs. Vournous, Mrs. MIller, and Mrs. Wilson.  All of the judges complimented the students on their creativity and their attention to detail when plating.  The creations the students made were both pleasing to the eye and the stomach.  The winning students were awarded with a pizza party donated by Miss Wiseman on Monday, October. 28th. 
The winning students were: 
Victoria Altman, Joelle Bradley, Chris Carbone, Angelo DeSalvo, Katara Eggleston, Nevaeh Gramsky, Robert Hellon, Olivia Hood, William Hughes, Georgia McCarter, Mariah McIltrot, Tresherlyn Signer, Madison Wyant, and Tristen Wojnarowski
 
       
 
       
 

Parent Communication and Outreach Survey

Parents/Guardians, please click HERE to fill out the New Castle Junior High School's Parent Communication and Outreach Survey. This will help the Junior High assess what types of learning workshops you may be interested in, and how to best stay in contact with you.
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Junior High 1st Nine Weeks Honor Roll

Please click HERE to view the New Castle Junior High School 1st 9 Weeks Honor Roll for the 2019-2020 school year.
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Safe2Say Something

New Castle Junior/Senior High School is pleased to announce its implementation of Safe2Say Something. Safe2Say Something is a new tip line mandated by the state of Pennsylvania that allows students to report at-risk behaviors, warning signs, etc. anonymously. 
 
Please click HERE for general information regarding Safe2Say Something.
 
Please click HERE to view the parent brochure.  
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The Kindness Rock Project

Last school year, Mrs. Pierce and Mrs. Shaffer’s students were inspired after one of their peers brought a painted rock to school one day and shared it with the class. The rock was painted with a cat and an inspirational message that said “Smile.” On the back of the rock was a hashtag, #thekindnessrockproject, and the words “keep or pass along for someone to find.” The students became very curious and began asking questions. Mrs. Pierce and Mrs. Shaffer realized that this would be a great opportunity to get their students involved in a project that promoted positivity and mindfulness. They had the students turn this into a research assignment and find out exactly why receiving a positive message could change a person’s mindset. 


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#bethekindkid Campaign

 
  Support our Kindness campaign and help us to "spread kindness like confetti" by purchasing a special #bethekindkid t-shirt, sweatshirt, hoodie, or 1/4 zip pullover! 
 
To access our online order form and place an order, please click HERE or visit https://tinyurl.com/ncasd-bethekindkid.  Once your order has been received, a team member will contact you regarding your order and payment options.
 
By using this online ordering form, we will be able to continue the gesture of "gifting" shirts to deserving students! Your support is greatly appreciated!!

Free for All - Breakfast & Lunch

All district students will continue to receive free breakfast and lunch every day during the 2018-2019 school year. More +
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New Castle Area School District
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New Castle, PA 16101

Phone: 724-656-4756 | Fax: 724-656-4767
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