Nowra High School

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Daily notices

Daily notices are notices posted in our Sentral portal available to students, parents and teachers and replicated here for those who don't have access to Sentral.

Daily notices 15th december (week 10)

2 school days until the end of term!

Year 9, 2021 electives
Daily notice by Mrs Wellington
The year 9 2021 electives have been posted outside of e block. Please check to see what electives you will have next year. If there are any issues, please see Mrs Wellington at recess or lunch only.

The student representative council's (SRC's) 3 days of Christmas all years
Daily notice by Mrs Clerke.
The SRC's 3 days of Christmas continues today with
tournament tuesday, which will see a teacher versus student dodgeball game in the hall with punch available for $1.00
Winter wonderland wednesday to finish off the term with a Christmas themed mufti. So come dressed in your Christmas best to celebrate the final day of school for 2020.
For more information, see the posters around school and follow our Instagram page.

Camp notes year 11
Daily notice by Mrs Hamilton
If you did not receive a camp note last friday (week 8) please come to the hsie staffroom to collect the notes from Mrs Hamilton.

Anti-racism contact officer (ARCO) all years
Daily notice by Mr Hamilton
Please be advised of the role of the Anti-racism contact officer or ARCO at Nowra High. The role of the ARCO is to assist parents, staff and students who have complaints regarding racism and facilitates the complaints handling process. It is important to ensure that we report any incidents of racism to to any member of staff including the ARCO. Aunty Sharon (Aboriginal Education Officer) and Dahlia, the EALD (English as an additional language or dialect) teacher, are also available to support students regarding any incidences of racism. The nominated ARCOs in the school are Mr. Hamilton and Mrs. Elderfield. Please feel safe in the fact that you can go to any of these teachers regarding issues of racism.

Money collection all years
Daily notice by Mrs Freshwater
Attention all students,
You are reminded that money is only accepted at the front office, before school, recess and at lunch. Please do not attempt to pay at any other time, you will be refused.
Thank you.

'Off and Away' all years
Daily notice by Mrs Wellington
Students are reminded that all hats, mobile phones and other electronic devices should be 'Off and Away' - turned off and away in your bags. If any student fails to follow this school rule, teachers will instruct you to report to one of the deputies to have your device written up and placed in a secure safe, to be collected at the end of the school day. Non compliance will result in further disciplinary action. Let's work together the 'Nowra High Way' and have your hats & mobiles 'Off and Away'.

Homework centre all years
Daily notice by Dr. Hamilton
The homework centre will be open every wednesday in the library from 3:30-5.00pm in 2021. All students are welcome to attend. There will be food and drinks available to keep you going. Please bring your homework or assessments with you as there will be teachers in attendance to help you.

Senior study year 11 and 12
Daily notice by Dr Hamilton
Senior study will run every thursday during periods 5 and 6 in the library in 2021. This includes academic, vocational and wellbeing support for all students in years 11 and 12 to assist and support you as you journey towards your High School Certificate (HSC). Teaching and wellbeing staff will be present at every session.
Let us help you to reach your full potential! 

School uniform-all years
Daily notice by Mrs Wellington
A reminder that there are to be no hooded jumpers worn to school. This includes combined high schools (CHS) sports jumpers, south coast representative jumpers, Australian Indigenous Mentoring Experience (AIME) and any other coloured hoodie. Students should all be wearing the school sanctioned uniform including jumpers and blue bottoms only (that is, shorts, skirts, tracksuit pants) Grey jumpers or pants are not part of the NHS uniform.

Thank you for the feedback regarding the perceived grammatical errors occurring in our daily notices posted on both our school webpage and on Facebook.
In accordance with the department of education’s digital content style guide, we are deliberately asked to minimise the use of capital letters. This makes any posts or articles easier to read for those who are visually impaired and using screen readers.
This supports the department’s inclusivity policy.
Thank you.

If you are on Facebook, please don't forget to 'like' Nowra High's page.
It is the first social media platform we use to promote school events and successes, advertise job and apprenticeship opportunities and to relay important information to parents about late changes to excursions.
Daily notices are also posted on Facebook for any students that have missed them in roll call.
We also post articles on matters that affect high school children, events out of school that might interest our students and highlight student success.