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Phone: 330-364-0600
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ACT Junior Room Assignments
 
ACT TEST WILL BE GIVEN ON TUESDAY, MARCH 12TH. 
 
The ACT test will begin at 7:50 AM. 
 
Students who report after 7:50 AM will not be given the test.   If your name doesn't appear on the list please see Ms. Herstine.  
 
Buckeye students please see Ms. Herstine when you arrive on Wednesday.  
 
 
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Designing Our Schools' Future - Operational & Financial Implications Designing Our Schools' Future - Operational & Financial Implications
As you are probably aware, New Philadelphia City Schools are exploring opportunities to improve our facilities. We invite you to continue with us on this exciting journey. We need your ongoing input and guidance to help us plan for the next 50 years in our community’s education. After examining the current situation, educational programming, and educational adequacy at past meetings and receiving great feedback, we are taking the next step in looking at Operational and Financial Implications. We hope you will attend a meeting and then let us know what you think!

We value your input and hope to see you at one of the meetings. All meetings will be held at the Administration Building located at 248 Front Ave SW 
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open enroll Open Enrollment and Building Transfer Options for the 2019-2020 School Year

Open Enrollment and Building Transfer Forms will be completed and submitted online (www.npschools.org under the Parent Portal Link) based on the timeline listed below.


All current students, both transfer and open enrollment, are required to apply for each school year.


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TAlberts "Mr. New Philadelphia"
It is with profound sadness that I write to let you know that one of our own, our Chief Operating Officer Travis Alberts, passed away unexpectedly on Saturday, February 2.  Our sincere condolences go out to the family and to his children during this difficult time.

The entire Quaker Nation is deeply saddened and collectively heartbroken with our loss. Travis was a coach, a colleague, a mentor and a friend to many. He was a "True Quaker" and vital part of our community for many years.  To many students and to his own children, Travis was fondly known as, “Mr. New Philadelphia.” Whether he was a fan at his kids’ functions or volunteering, he had a heart for our community and its people.

We were all blessed and are better for having known Travis Alberts, a great man throughout his life.  Travis was dedicated to service in many ways throughout his life and he lived his values every day.  He coached the boys’ varsity basketball and freshman football teams here at New Phila, he was a Rotary Member and their president, he served on the Noah’s Hope Child Advocacy Board Member, he was a proud member of the Coshocton Community Choir, and more.  Travis Alberts was a servant who truly cared about children, education, and New Philadelphia, and his loss leaves a void for our schools and our community.

Today, we feel a sense of emptiness and grief as we mourn the loss of Travis. We ache for his three wonderful children, as they go through this difficult time. Our thoughts and deepest sympathies are with the entire Alberts family including Travis’ parents, children, extended family and siblings.  The Alberts have always supported the Quakers and the Quaker Nation is here to support you.

We grieve now, but also understand that in the future, it will be our duty, and the duty of all who were touched by Travis, to honor his tremendous legacy. We will get up, dust ourselves off and move forward with positive action the way Travis would want. We are all better for having Travis in our lives. His life and legacy is a testament to his success because he left the world better than he found it.

Thank You Travis Alberts.  You will be deeply missed by the New Phila family and the Quaker Nation.

Visitation will be held Thursday, February 7, 2019 from 1 to 3 PM and 6 to 8 PM at NewPointe Community Church in Dover. A funeral service led by Pastors Joe Schulz and Rich VanArsdalen will be held Friday, February 8, 2019 in the church at 11 AM. Burial will follow in Evergreen Burial Park.

In lieu of flowers, contributions can be made to the Travis Alberts Memorial Fund to help fund higher education for his three children.  
The Travis Alberts Memorial Fund
c/o First Federal Community Banks.
244 W. High Ave., New Philadelphia, OH.  44663

The full obituary can be found here: https://m.geibfuneral.com/obituary/travis-w-alberts/
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Mary Poppins New Philadelphia City School District to Host Senior Citizens for Dinner and a Musical
Attention residents of the New Philadelphia City School District – 65 years of age or older.

New Philadelphia City Schools will be hosting a night of dinner and theatre on Thursday, Feb 21, 2019.  Dinner will begin at 5:00 PM with the show following at 6:00 PM.  

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Footloose Cast and Company List Announced for High School Musical "Footloose"
Thank you to all of the students that auditioned for the NPHS Musical Footloose.  We had a lot of talented students audition, and we had some very difficult decisions to make in casting the show.  Students that have been cast in the show should sign-up for the Footloose Google Classroom using the information on the cast list.  Congratulations!  Read More...
Singing Valentine Order a Singing Valentine by the Delphian Chorale
Taking orders now for Singing Valentines.  Members of the New Philadelphia High School Delphian Chorale will serenade your special someone with the song "Let Me Call You Sweetheart" and will present that person with a card and carnation on your behalf. 
 
Click HERE to learn more and place your online order. 
 
Parrish Meet 2019 Board of Education Member Mr. Jim Parrish
Jim Parrish, Fire Chief- New Philadelphia Fire Department, has served on the New Philadelphia City School’s Board of Education for 2 years. Mr. Parrish is trained as a Firefighter I & II, EMT-Paramedic, Fire Safety Inspector, Fire Instructor, Fire Officer III, and a Critical Care Flight Paramedic. Jim also serves on the district's Building and Safety Committees. He and his family are members of the First Christian Church.  Read More...
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New Philadelphia City Schools will provide all students the opportunity to achieve their highest potential to become educated, self-sufficient, and responsible citizens. We are committed to providing every student a diverse, quality education within a safe and secure environment through a dedicated, innovative and highly qualified staff in partnership with parents and the community-at-large.
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