Newport School District


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  • 2015 Senior Information - click the link for information.
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  • Intent to Adopt

    The Newport School District Board of School Directors adopted the Proposed Final Budget for fiscal year 2015-2016 on May 12, 2015. The Budget is on display on the district’s website (under the District tab), and a copy of the Budget is available at the district’s administration office, 420 Fickes Lane, Newport, PA, Monday through Thursday 7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. The Board of School Directors intends to adopt the budget on Tuesday, June 9, 2015.


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  • School Sport Physicals will be done the morning of June 3rd 2015. If your child in grades 7-12 is interested in playing a fall sport for the 2015-2016 school year and would like to have a school sport physical, please see the Athletic Director, Mr. Lesh, to obtain the necessary paperwork. A one-time fee of $20.00 is required at the time of the physical. This fee will extend to all sports if your child participates in more than one sport. All forms and fee is due by May 29, 2015. Forms can be obtained on our school website under the NHS Athletics Page. 

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  • Don't Mess with the Measles!

    Please click on the headline above for more information on the official Health Advisory issued by the CDC.

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  • Elementary School Car Riders

    Please click on the headline title above for information on elementary car rider procedures.

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    GAVRT stands for Goldstone Apple Valley Radio Telescope. It is a decommissioned Deep Space Network telescope run by the Lewis Education Center. Mrs. Olson's 8th grade science classes remotely operated this 500 ton, three stories high, 100 foot diameter Radio Telescope from the classroom. They connected to mission control and took readings on Jupiter for their “Juno Quest” lab, reading the energy emissions in degree Kelvin. They got to see the telescope move into position whenever they calibrated it on a quasar or while taking readings of Jupiter. After the lab they were able to Skype with Dr. Steve Levin, GAVRT lead scientist and JUNO Project Scientist, to ask questions about the Jupiter Quest Lab, their data analysis, and other science questions.

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  • Communication

    The Newport School District places a high level of emphasis on communication. This emphasis lends itself to an environment where students will receive the best possible educational experience. The District encourages continual communication between parents and staff to support every student. In order to effectively address and facilitate discussion regarding questions or concerns about your child’s education, the District would like issues to be routed through certain channels for communication. In the event that a question or concern should arise, please first contact your student’s teacher. From that point, the respective building administrator may become involved to help facilitate discussion on an issue. If the issue is unresolved at either of these levels, it will be elevated to the Superintendent for review. Should the need arise, the issue may be presented before the School Board for additional consideration. The Newport School District strives for continual growth and a goal to always put students first. Thank you for your support. Ryan Neuhard, Superintendent

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  • Destruction of Special Education Records

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  • Elementary Building Project

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  • PA Disability Employment and Empowerment Summit

    PADES, comprehensive summit on healthcare, employment, education, transportation and housing for people with disabilities, will be held October 23 - 25, 2013 at the Radisson Harrisburg Hotel in Camp Hill, PA. Click the headline above for more details.

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  • School Performance Profile Website

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  • Student Insurance

    Student insurance is available at Click the headline above for more information.

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  • Special Education Data Report

    2010-2011 Special Education Data Reports available to the public. Click the headline above for the link.

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  • Newport Families and Friends

    Recycle and earn money for the school. Click the headline above for more details.

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Mission Statement: The mission of the Newport School District is to educate all students to become lifelong learners through partnerships with parents, educators and community.



Vision Statement:

Enter to Learn
We will provide a school culture that promotes positive attitudes and a safe environment so that students will enter our doors ready to learn.

Go Forth to Serve
We will prepare our students to leave our schools with an attitude of service and commitment to society.

Continue to Learn
We will instill in all of our students a lifelong love of learning and respect for knowledge.
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