Posted Thursday, March 23, 2023
Newark City Schools will be offering summer camp programming for the eighth year this summer — offering 13 different summer learning camps, with opportunities offered for students coming into grades K-12. See below for a list of camps, as well as registration links for parents. Click links to register and for more information on times and locations. All forms are available online except for Guitar Camp, which must be printed out and signed by a parent/guardian.Video Skills Camp: May 30-June 2; grades 5-12 - Video Skills FlyerSTEM Camp: June 12-16; grades 2-12 - STEM Camp 2023 flyer"Head Start" Band Camp: June 12-16; 6th grade - Head Start Band Camp flyerNewark Reads: June 20-23; grades 1-12 - Newark Reads Camp Summer flyerCount Me In: June 26-30; grades 1-12 - Count Me In Camp flyerGuitar Camp: June 26-30; grades 9-12 (form must be completed and turned in by April 18, 2023)GRIT Camp: June 26-30; girls in grades 6-12 - GRIT Summer Camp 2023 flyerKindergarten Readiness Academy: Weeks of July 10, 17, 24 and 31 - Kindergarten Readiness Academy flyerNewark Codes: July 10-14; grades 3-12 - Newark Codes Summer flyerNewark Makes: July 10-14; grades 8-12 - Newark Makes Camp flyerCurrent Orchestra Camp: July 10-14; grades 7-9 - MS Orchestra Camp flyerArt Camp: July 17-21; grades 4-8 - Art Camp flyerForeign Language Camp: July 24-28; grades 5-7 - French-Spanish Camp flyer
Posted Wednesday, March 22, 2023
Every month, Newark City Schools honors 30 students in grades 4-12 in a district-wide Citizen of the Month Luncheon. These students were chosen as they displayed acts of leadership, kindness, and service in the classroom and around the school. January’s event took place on was sponsored by the Kiwanis Club of Newark, Ohio. Mrs. Dean’s 5th grade students from McGuffey Elementary performed for families during the event. Congratulations to all students honored. Click here for a Facebook Photo Gallery.
Posted Friday, March 17, 2023
Newark High School class will be able to return to school in-person on Monday, March 6. The results of the air quality readings in the C, D, E and F wings this week showed that it is safe to return in-person. Belfor Restoration has been working hard to thoroughly clean these areas of the school. They are also repainting some of the hallways. F Wing will be closed moving forward. Temporary locations for those classes can be found by clicking the following link: Room re-assignments for fire damage
Posted Friday, March 3, 2023
Newark High School classes will be remote for the remainder of the week. An air quality test will be conducted by an industrial hygienist this afternoon, concentrating on the F wing, as well as wings D and E where there was smoke. Teachers will be posting assignments on Google Classroom tomorrow, Wednesday, March 1, by 7:30 a.m., for students to be able to work on. Teachers will also be monitoring email and Google Classroom during the school day if students have questions. Classes will follow their normal bell schedules on Thursday and Friday via Zoom. Zoom codes will be posted in your Google Classrooms. 2022-2023 Bell Schedule
Posted Tuesday, February 28, 2023
Newark City Schools (NCS) in Ohio is prioritizing teacher retention across the district and has launched a new partnership with Upbeat, an innovative teacher retention organization led by former teachers and school leaders. Like many districts across the country, NCS has seen increasing challenges with employee retention. The new initiative reflects the district's commitment to address the factors contributing to retention and empowering staff members with opportunities aimed at improving district culture and climate, as noted in its strategic plan passed on July 14, 2022.
Posted Monday, February 27, 2023