Volume 04........... .September 22, 2020
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K-12 News & Events
Do you know someone who would be a great addition to our NFCS family? Invite them to apply to our Admissions Lottery, which opens on September 25. Visit our website to find more information!
Image of the enrollment page that is on our website.
Important Dates
  • 9/25 Admissions Lottery Application opens
  • 9/28 Home & School Association Virtual Meeting, 6pm; Registration required.
More K-12 News

K-8 News & Events
Please read through the important dates and information that was shared in Mrs. Unegbu's News & Notes email from September 11.

Important Dates
  • 9/23-9/24 Textbook Pickup, 4th & 7th grade families, from 3-6pm; K-8 building
More K-8 News
  • 4th and 7th grade families: Textbooks have just arrived, please make plans to pick them up September 23rd or 24th from 3-6pm at the K-8 building.
  • Did you miss Back to School Night? Email your child's teacher for a recording of what you missed!
HS News & Events
Please read through the important dates and information that was shared in Mrs. Daly's News & Notes email from September 18.

Important Dates
  • 10/01 Senior Family Night Meeting, 6pm
More HS News
  • This week, students will begin logging into classes with Zoom accounts linked to their New Foundations email. For more information on how to create an account, click here.
Bulldog Spotlight of the Week
Bulldogs of the Week
In May when most people were worried about how the school year would end, how families might address their various concerns, or how our world would handle COVID-19, a group of high schoolers developed a vision to help people who were most in need. Rabia Asif, Danae Davis, Muneeba Sharif and Jada Williams, created a group called Project4Foundation, with a vision to champion social justice. Their goal is to raise both awareness about and funds for domestic and international causes.

While the students hope their idea turns into a nonprofit organization one day to make a larger impact helping communities around the world, for now, they meet virtually on Tuesdays after school under the guidance of Ms. Quinn and Ms. Loranger. During that time, students will spread awareness and do the leg work - fundraising, organizing, running drives, assembling care packages, etc. - all to help with domestic and international campaigns. It's great to see that in a time of uncertainty, Rabia, Danae, Muneeba, and Jada embody what it means to be a part of a Caring Community!
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