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Neville High School's mission is to inspire, educate, and motivate students to achieve excellence and become productive citizens. 

 

The Neville High School Senior Celebration will be Live tonight on Youtube.

May 14th, 7:30 PM

Click above to view.

 

 

 

 

 

SCHEDULING IS CLOSED. LATE SCHEDULING WILL OPEN IN MID-MAY. JOIN REMIND TO STAY UP TO DATE WITH INFORMATION.

2020-2021 School Year Schedule Request Forms and Registration 

click the "Menu" tab and select the "2020-2021 Scheduling & Registration" tab
*To complete a Schedule Request Form, students must use their mcschools account or it won't allow you to open it.*
Most student accounts have this format: FirstName.LastName@mcschools.net   If a student cannot remember their password, they can send a REMIND text to their counselor. All Request forms were due Monday, May 4th 

 

 

**Attention Parents and Students**

March 22, 2020

 

Dear Parents and Students:

Thank you for your patience.  Last week, we worked hard to gather information from our teachers to create a simple process for students to access materials during this time.  As a school, we have decided that Google Classroom is the best platform for virtual learning and have asked all teachers to set up a Google Classroom for their classes.  At the bottom, you will see that we linked a master list of codes for Remind and Google Classroom for every teacher by subject/class period. The easiest way to connect with teachers is to use Remind codes and Google Classroom codes to access online classwork and chat virtually.  

Many teachers already have materials posted in their Google Classroom. Please have your student check in as soon as possible. We encourage our students to utilize these resources, but we want everyone to know that the district is not requiring online learning since we know not all students have online access. The activities are for enrichment purposes. 

***Attention***

Students taking Dual Enrollment courses ARE required to complete assignments. Students who do not complete the DE work will not get credit for the course.  If you have questions, please contact Mrs. Stewart via remind @783h7e or your DE teacher for more information.

AP testing will continue. Students are expected to continue working with AP teachers using Google Classroom to receive necessary content as many students prepare for AP testing. More information about testing is available on the College Board website.

For students without internet access, materials can be picked up at NHS this Monday, March 23 from 9:00 - 1:00 p.m.  Please enter through the front lobby doors. The school will be closed after Monday, March 23 in accordance with the Stay-at-Home Order. Sorry for any inconvenience, but we want to keep everyone healthy.

We will continue to keep you updated with robo calls and/or Remind.  Please check our  NHS website and Facebook page @nevillehighschool regularly.  

We miss you all, and we hope to see everyone back at school as soon as possible.  

Stay healthy,

Neville Administration

 

 

 

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Monroe City Schools Offering Grab & Go Meals, Optional At-Home Learning Resources, Call Center for Families During School Closures
 

Students are out of school until at least April 14, but Monroe City Schools will offer student meals and optional at-home learning resources to families. The at-home learning resources will be available two ways: online at www.mcschools.net and printed packets can be picked up beginning Tuesday, March 17. The same day the district will begin providing grab and go meals for children. Monroe City Schools educators will also operate a hotline for families who need academic support.

Meals will be provided weekdays from 10:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m., beginning March 17. Families can pick up the first round of printed learning packets in the grab and go meal line.

The grab and go locations are:

  • Burg Jones Elementary 
  • Jefferson Elementary
  • Wossman High School
  • Sallie Humble Elementary
  • Shelling Elementary
  • Madison Foster Elementary
  • Carroll Jr. High
  • Barkdull Faulk Elementary

Meals will be offered to any child age 18 and under regardless of whether they are a Monroe City Schools student.

The grab and go service will include pick-up lines outside the school for families to drive through or walk up. In order to avoid creating a large crowd, it is important that families immediately leave campus after receiving their meal and packet. 

We encourage our families to reach out to their teachers with any academic questions. Teacher email addresses are available on individual school websites. For a school website directory, visit www.mcschools.net. Schools will be open weekdays Monday-Thursday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. beginning March 17.

Message From Superintendent Dr. Vidrine:

Monroe City School Community,

As I’ve always believed, families are the child’s first teacher. This will be especially important over the next month. In response to the Governor’s emergency proclamation, all Monroe City Schools are closed beginning Monday, March 16 through at least April 14. All schools and buildings will be closed and all activities - including school day instruction, before and after-care, preschool, health services, parent teacher conferences, student registration, and enrichment - will be canceled until further notice.

I know this was not a decision the Governor made lightly. Outside of the benefit of our schools to our nearly 8500 student and 1400 employees, I understand the important role a public-school system plays in the greater community. We know closing our schools will impact our most vulnerable families, and we recognize that working families depend on the consistency and predictability of supports and services our schools offer. We also have families who rely on our schools for childcare and meals. 

In this evolving situation, while our classrooms are empty, our work on behalf of children continues.  Monroe City Schools is offering at-home learning options in two different formats: online and print. The district will not require online distance learning since we cannot ensure that all students will have equal access to learning.  With that said, we will provide online resources at each school website and the district website. These resources are meant to provide optional opportunities for student learning while students are absent from school. We encourage our students and families to utilize these resources. Our teachers will be responsive and available via email should families have questions. Please know this will not take the place of regular classroom instruction. It’s meant to supplement student learning at home. Print resources will be available beginning Wednesday at all school locations.  LOCATING YOUR CHILD'S TEACHER WEBSITE(S)

Grab-and-go lunches for our students will be available March 17, at select sites throughout the district. The meals will be distributed from 10:30-12:00 Monday-Friday at the following schools Jefferson, Baukdull Faulk, Carroll Jr, Sallie Humble, Burg Jones, Madison Foster, Shelling and Wossman. Additional information is available on our website.

One of our next steps is to ensure the safety of all our employees. All Monroe City Schools and Central Office buildings will institute the office hours of 9:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. Monday-Thursday. The families who need to retrieve their essential student medications, please do so during those hours.

I want to thank everyone for their understanding and ongoing commitment to prioritize the safety of our students, staff, and school communities. 

Thank you to our students, families and staff. Whether you’re supporting our students by leading our schools, providing high-quality instruction, serving on our school board, keeping our buildings clean, providing meals for students, completing payroll, or providing updates to our families, I appreciate everyone’s hard work and dedication. Thank you to our community members, including our medical and emergency personnel, parish government officials, and other partners who continuously work to keep our communities healthy and safe.

We are working to get you up-to-date information and will continue to be in regular contact. For the latest official district updates, visit the Monroe City Schools webpage.

In the meantime, we encourage you to continue to follow CDC guidelines to prevent any further spread of this virus. If you are able, please offer help to friends and neighbors. Small moments of kindness, grace, and support will go a long way as we navigate our collective response to this situation.

 

Please be aware that this is a rapidly-changing, fluid situation.  Adjustments may need to be made and the this website will be the fastest way to learn of any changes.  All official statements will be made through the Monroe City School System.  If it is not on this website, one of the MCS school websites, OR an official Remind feed, it is not official!

 


Neville High School's mission is to inspire, educate, and motivate students to achieve excellence and become productive citizens. 

 

 



Welcome to Neville High School!

Historic Neville High School, named "The Most Beautiful Public High School in Louisiana" by Archaeological Digest, serves grades 9-12 on its campus located at 600 Forsythe Avenue. Neville's motto is "Excellence in All Things" and through academics, clubs, athletics, and more, the faculty and staff challenge the students to be their best and become well-rounded, productive citizens. Through the traditions passed down from class to class, Neville High School is well-prepared to move forward while respecting its history.


Dr. Christella Dawson
Principal

Mrs. Ashley Ellis
Assistant Principal

 

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