Due to an abundance of caution, we will begin our 4-Day Face to Face Instruction on February 1, 2021. Until that point, we will continue our Hybrid Model. We will contact you on Tuesday January 19, 2021 with more detailed information.
Please read our NHS Newsletter for December for the latest news. Happy Holidays! https://5il.co/o080
The School District of Newberry County Board of Trustees Meeting on December 14, 2020, will be closed to the public. Only Board Members and Cabinet Level Staff will be in attendance. The public may view this meeting through the district's YouTube channel, https://www.youtube.com/ncsdliveevents
To contact technology support for the School District of Newberry County please email email@example.com. Office hours for the district office are from 8:00-10:00am and 2:30-3:30pm Monday-Friday.
The Covid-19 dashboard for SDNC is located on the district website menu under parents and community. https://www.newberry.k12.sc.us/o/sdnc/page/covid-dashboard--3
Senior Portraits have now been scheduled. Senior Portraits Virtual Seniors- Wednesday, January 13th Group A- Thursday, January 14th Group B- Friday, January 15th More information will be coming out closer to time.
Remember to self-screen your children each morning before sending them to school. If they have been a close contact to a positive case of COVID-19 or are having symptoms, please do not send them to school and contact our School Nurse, Shannon Berley, firstname.lastname@example.org or 803.321.2621!
Due to COVID-19 issues, the Newberry High School Varsity football game at Saluda High School for Friday, October 2nd has been postponed.
Congratulations to the following young ladies for being nominated for the NHS 2020 Homecoming Queen: Kaylin Austin TyZha Griffin Megan Hunter Ansely-Brooke Springer Congratulations to the following young men for being nominated for the NHS 2020 Homecoming King: Kiyjuan Crooks Mohamed Hassan Daviante Mathis
Attention, Seniors! Read the 2021 Senior Newsletter https://5il.co/l8mo for important information about graduation!
Please be reminded that masks with vents/valves are no longer allowed at school and not recommended by CDC. Masks with Exhalation Valves or Vents The purpose of masks is to keep respiratory droplets from reaching others to aid with source control. Masks with one-way valves or vents allow exhaled air to be expelled out through holes in the material. This can allow exhaled respiratory droplets to reach others and potentially spread the COVID-19 virus. Therefore, CDC does not recommend using masks if they have an exhalation valve or vent.