Neville High School

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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 Architectural 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.


                       Mr. Mickey McCarty                                                                Mr. Karari Hanks
                                   Principal                                                                              Assistant Principal



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SUMMER READING

Summer reading is MANDATORY for all students taking English I – IV at Neville High School.

Students need to read the assigned novel over the summer and complete the attached assignments. Assignments differ by class level and are due the first week of school in August. You may contact English teachers via email over the summer if you have any questions.

English I (all levels):             Deeplight  by Frances Hardinge OR

Lord of the Flies by William Golding OR

I Am the Messenger by Markus Zusak

 

English II (all levels):            Anansi Boys by Neil Gaiman  OR

                                                A Gathering of Old Men by Ernest Gaines

 

English III (all levels):          Their Eyes Were Watching God by Zora Neale Hurston        OR

The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time by Mark Haddon

 

English IV (all levels):             Choose 1 from the attached list of memoirs

*Note: the young reader’s editions of the English IV books will be acceptable only for regular level English students.  Honors, AP, and DE students must read the full versions.

 

Click Here for Summer Reading Directions for English I

Click Here for Summer Reading Directions for English II

Click Here for Summer Reading Directions for English III

Click Here for Summer Reading Directions for English IV

Some books may be downloaded for free by clicking here: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1zn2IZlk1l2dDuDKUnsgAB51X0dENR8Pj?usp=sharing


Dress Code Reminders

Consequences for violation of dress code include warning, parent contact, after school detention, ISS, or suspension.

A few other reminders:

  • Earbuds and Headphones are NOT ALLOWED to be in ears inside the building.

    • If earbuds are confiscated, they will be returned at the end of the school day for first offenses, and one month later for subsequent offenses.

  • Midriffs must be covered at all times (no shirts may reveal the midriff or back regardless of layers).

  • Pants/shorts must be fitted at the waist without drooping (underwear/shorts worn under pants must not be exposed).


NEW STUDENT ENROLLMENT

 

Dates for Paperwork Drop Off:

August 8th, 9th, 10th, and 11th 

Click here for:  ENROLLMENT PAPERWORK

* This Enrollment is for students who were not enrolled at Neville or Neville Jr. High last year. 

New student enrollment is held the 1st Wednesday of June, July, August. 

If you are interested in the Carroll High School Medical Magnet Program, please CLICK HERE!


MCS Online Academy Applications Begin June 1

Click Here for more information on the Online Academy.


Sign Up for REMIND - Neville's Communication/Texting Platform

Join Neville's REMIND

Neville uses the REMIND texting system to provide person-to-person and group communication. Students and Family Members should sign up individually.

Click Here for more information and to Sign Up for Remind.


Student Progress Center

A vital step in helping your student achieve more is staying informed about their progress at school. One way to achieve this is for schools to tell you how your student is doing. Now, we can take that idea one step forward and provide you with the means, through technology, to monitor your child’s progress around the clock. The Student Progress Center is available to all students, parents and guardians of our school district. When parents and teachers work together as partners, learning becomes easier for the kids. 

 

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or here: https://jgrade.mcschools.net/progress/ 


Neville Bus Numbers & Routes

Click Here to See the list of Buses that run for Neville Students.


IMPORTANT!  DIET PRESCRIPTION / FOOD ALLERGY FORM REQUIREMENTS!

If your child has specific diet needs, this form MUST be filled out, signed by a physician, and returned to April Temple, Child Nutrition Program Director.  The form can be returned to the office at 2103 Roselawn Avenue or faxed to 318-325-6137.  This form must be updated and submitted each school year!

Diet Prescription / Food Allergy Form


 

Neville Daily Bell Schedule


List of Clubs & Organizations at Neville


Community Service Hours Forms 

Students can download and complete the Community Service Form (below) to document service hours. 

Forms can be emailed to your counselor or dropped off in the Guidance office. 

To print a Word Document - CLICK HERE

To type & print a Fillable PDF - CLICK HERE


Click Here for a Digital Copy of the Chromebook Contract 

Chromebook Insurance - Click Here to download and print a Insurance Agreement



ARE YOU CAREER READY?  CLICK HERE TO SEE WHAT NEVILLE HAS TO OFFER YOU!!!


 

For ALL Neville High School COVID-19 Concerns - Contact Principal McCarty to discuss how to proceed. 

Louisiana Department of Health - COVID 19 Screening Decision Tree -----> Click Here

Return to School Self-certification Form ---------> Click here

COVID Guidelines

Updated COVID Guidelines

  • If you are experiencing COVID-like symptoms, stay home.

  • Masks are highly recommended but are optional in all school buildings for students and faculty/staff.

  • Visitors should be limited but are required to wear masks in the school buildings.

Updated Exposure (Close Contact) Guidelines

  • If an unvaccinated student or staff member is exposed to COVID, he or she must quarantine for five days and may return if asymptomatic with a well-fitted face mask for the next five days.

  • If the student or staff member has been fully vaccinated, he or she does not need to quarantine but must wear a well-fitting mask for ten days.

Updated Positive Test Result Guidelines

  • If a student or staff member tests positive for COVID, regardless of vaccination status, he or she must isolate for five days (Day 1 is the day of the positive test).

  • If no symptoms or fever after five days, you may return to work or school with a well-fitting face mask for the next five days.

  • If symptoms are still present, continue to isolate until fever free for 24 hours.



 

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