Title I Meeting
The annual Title I meeting will be held on Tuesday, December 7, 2021 at 5:30 p.m. in the high school media center.
Attention Middle School Parents: Yearbooks are now available to order email@example.com ~ enter the Newport Middle School ID Code: 9971822. Early bird special ends on November 30, 2021 with the cost of $23.00. Please contact Lisa Davis firstname.lastname@example.org or Jennifer Danko email@example.com with any questions. Thank you!
School Board Meeting: The next meeting of the Newport Board of School Directors is the annual reorganization meeting and it has been rescheduled to Tuesday, December 7, 2021 at 6:30 p.m. in the high school media center.
The public should enter the building through Door #4 at the 6th Street entrance to attend the meetings.
Public comment may be submitted in advance of the meeting via email to Mr. Magaro (firstname.lastname@example.org) Public Comment Form.
Please note that public comment will be restricted to in-person attendees or via email. Emailed comments may be sent to Mr. Magaro up to 1 hour prior to the start of the meeting. These emails will be provided to the Board members prior to the meeting for review.
Those who require accommodations due to a disability may be provided an alternative channel to attend the meeting.
Please note that per the order of the Pennsylvania Secretary of Health, face coverings are required of all visitors to school facilities, including during after-hours.
Click here for a list of Homeless and Mental Health Resources.
Newport School District recognizes its obligation to ensure that homeless students have access to the same educational programs and services provided to other district students. The Districts Homeless Liaison along with school staff shall identify homeless children within the district, encourage their enrollment, and eliminate existing barriers to their attendance and education, in compliance with federal and state law and regulations.
Policies, procedures and administrative regulations that create barriers for enrollment, attendance, transportation and success in school for homeless students, may be waived.
Homeless students are defined as individuals lacking a fixed, regular and nighttime residence, which include the following conditions: living in hotels, motels, camp grounds; living in emergency shelters either transitional or domestic violence; unaccompanied youth and run-away children; families temporarily doubled up due to loss of housing (fire, eviction, etc.); living in cars, parks, public spaces.
Resident families are encouraged to contact the District Homeless Liaison, Mary Kay Hunter, 717-567-2529 and email@example.com, to discuss their situation.
Before heading out to shop for your winter coats this year, Newport school students are welcome to stop in to check out the collection of free coats available in the Coat Closet. Sizes available from junior small to adult XXL. See Mrs. Markle in the high school Guidance office for assistance.
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
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.
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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