Thursday, December 18th - 2nd, 4th, and 6th period exams
7:20 – 7:25 - 1st period attendance
7:29 – 9:14 - 2nd period exam
9:18 – 11:12 - 4th period exam
11:16 – 11:46 5A lunch/advisory
11:50 – 12:20 5B lunch/advisory
12:24 – 2:19 - 6th period exam
Friday, December 19th - 1st, 3rd, and 7th period exams
7:20 – 9:14 - 1st period exam
9:18 – 11:12 - 3rd period exam
11:16 – 11:46 5A lunch/advisory
11:50 – 12:20 5B lunch/advisory
12:24 – 2:19 - 7th period exam
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- November is College Application Month. Many college deadlines are approaching, and it is important for Seniors to submit their applications before the holiday season to maximize scholarship and financial aid opportunities.
On Tuesday, November 18 from 8 AM - 10 AM and 2:30 PM-4:30 PM Clermont Northeastern High School will be hosting an Ohio College Application Month Event. The purpose of this event is to help high school seniors navigate the college admissions process and help each senior to submit at least one application, and register for a FAFSA pin number.
Ms. Freeman and Ms. Allmyer would like to invite you to check out the Prom Committee’s first fundraiser. Yankee Candle makes great gifts for holidays, anniversaries, and birthdays. With fall and winter just around the corner, you can get in the holiday spirit by purchasing some festive scents for your home! Please help support our students and their efforts in raising money for the Prom. - If you would like to purchase directly from our students: Our sale runs from September 19 – October 6. Our juniors will have catalogs and order forms available for you. You may also see Ms. Freeman or Ms. Allmyer If you would like to purchase online: You may purchase online until December 31st. Please visit https://www.yankeecandlefundraising.com/ycfroot/prodsubcat.htm Our group number is 990061093 Thank you for helping the Prom Committee reach their financial goals
- CNE Rocket spirit wear is available in the high school office. Currently, sweatshirts, flannel bottoms, long sleeve t-shirts, t-shirts and lanyards are available. For more information, contact Mrs. Poe ,ext.110
2104 YEARBOOK will be here sometime in Oct. Will update as soon as we know. There will be a limited number of extras for sale.
2015 YEARBOOK - is with a new company that has some great new features
- Follows a more social media concept to yearbooking.
- Saves you money! ONLY $36 dollars!!
- Allows students to create 2 pages of their own for just their yearbook.
- Allows students to upload photos and send a message with them to another student to put in their book.
What you have to do:
- Click link below and create an account for your student. (Watch help video here ( How to create an account & purchase ) Discounts for purchasing early.
These are OPTIONAL but provided free to students
- Want to add photos, memories etc to personal pages ( Add memories )
- Now you need to add personal pages ( Personal Pages ) - remember yourpersonal pages are only added to your book, not everyones.
- Senior Pictures DUE by Feburary 2nd. It is best to have your photograph electronically sent to firstname.lastname@example.org You also need a vertical picture.
- Senior Ads - you can still purchase a senior ad that would be in all of the yearbooks (not just a students personal page). The options this year are 1/4 a page for $50. You can supply up to 4 pictures and a paragraph. Or you can do 1/8 of a page with 2 pictures and a couple sentences for $30. Otherwise you could use your students 2 free personal pages to do your own senior ad as a part of it- but again it will only be in your students book. Bottom Line - In all books for all students to see either $50 or $30, OR in just your childs book you make it for free.
QUESTIONS? Email email@example.com
What's Going On?
Greg Rose - Social Studies
American History - Students have been exploring the implications of the Great Depression. We have been looking at FDR's New Deal and how it helped pull America out of the depression. Students are currently finishing their "New Deal Menus" and preparing for their mid-term exam. Students will review the New Deal programs and the implications of the Treaty of Versailles when we return from break. This will lead us into our WWII discussion to start the new semester.
Current Issues - Students have been exploring teen violence and what triggers these events. They have looked at Columbine and other incidents that have occurred in the last 15 years. We discussed how to recognize potential threats and how to prevent events like these. They are currently getting prepared for their mid-term exam. This course ends and will start over after the break. I am looking forward to meeting my new group students!
World History - Students have been exploring European imperialism. They have focused their time on imperialism in Africa, India and Asia. The students have engaged in multiple activities in geography focused on the continents of Africa and Asia. They have also explored the multiple reasons and motivations for European imperialism. They are currently preparing for their mid-term exam. After the break we will review imperialism and then begin discussing the causes of WWI.
- Matt Ritchey - Math/Science Teacher
Physical Science: Students are currently in a unit on energy. They have done multiple labs involving kinetic and potential energy, using toy cars, sling shots, roller coasters, and rolling objects. Presently, students are studying thermal energy and temperature. Students are determining the caloric content of a marshmallow and a peanut using a calorimeter. Time permitting students will complete a project in which they will construct a Rube Goldberg machine.
Algebra 1: Students have just finished a data unit and will finish up their last unit on inequalities this week. The bulk of this semester has involved students learning how to graph and understand linear equations, using real world situations accordingly. When students return from Christmas break they will began a unit on system of equations that will involve all of this year’s concepts thus far.
Beth Price- Intervention Specialist
Mrs. Price's classes have been busy reading "The Whipping Boy". What a great story about being careful what you wish. Also, they have been busy learning strategies and techniques to help them further succeed in their classwork and homework. Keep working hard.