Sunday, April 20, 2014
440 West Aurora Avenue
Naperville, Illinois 60540-6298
Bill Wiesbrook, Principal
Main Office: 630.420.6420
Health Office: 630.420.6561
School Hours: 7:45 AM-3:10 PM
NEWS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS
Bacon… Cheese… French Fries… If this sounds good on a burger to you, then it would be a smart decision to head to Tom and Eddie's restaurant on April 22, from 4-9 p.m. Support your school by purchasing The BFC Burger, The American Dream, or The Better Burger, all burgers created by students in the Intro to Business classes. Bring family and friends for delicious and affordable food in a great atmosphere at Tom and Eddie's.
Tom and Eddie's is located in Tower Crossing at 1516 N Naper Blvd, Naperville, IL 60563 on the corner of Naper and Ogden near Butterfield's.
Naperville School District 203 will be expanding learning opportunities for students by offering online courses for high school students for the 2014-2015 school year. Please click here to read more information about online learning.
Day 1 - WEDNESDAY, APRIL 23rd
Sophmores - Practice ACT
Juniors - PSAE Day 1 - ACT
Freshman and Seniors are not in attendance.
Students are dismissed at 12:15, buses leave at 12:20.
Day 2 - THURSDAY, APRIL 24th
Freshman - Practice PLAN & Gates MacGinitie Reading Test
Juniors - PSAE Day 2
Sophomores and Seniors are not in attendance.
Students are dismissed at Noon, buses leave at 12:20.
Click here for the complete schedule.
Naperville Central High School will perform the classic musical, MEET ME IN ST. LOUIS, on Friday, April 25th at 7:30 p.m., Saturday, April 26th at 7:30 p.m., and Sunday, April 27th at 2:30 p.m. Tickets can be purchased as reserved or general admision, and are available at the door for all performances, or call 630-420-6834, or email - firstname.lastname@example.org.
ADULTS $10 reserved, $6 general admission
STUDENTS/SENIORS $8 reserved, $6 general admission
Click here for more information.
NCHS 2nd SEMESTER EXAM SCHEDULE
Monday, June 2nd
Exam Review Periods Periods 1-8 (regular schedule)
Tuesday, June 3rd
Exam Period 1 7:45 – 9:25
Exam Period 2 9:35 – 11:15
Exam Period 4 11:25 – 1:05
Wednesday, June 4th
Exam Period 5 7:45 – 9:25
Exam Period 3 9:35 – 11:15
Exam Period 7 11:25 – 1:05
Thursday, June 5th *
Exam Period 6 7:45 – 9:25
Exam Period 8 9:35 – 11:15
Make-up Exam Period A 11:25 – 1:05
* June 5th is the tentative last day of school barring any additional emergency school cancellations.
Click here for a printable schedule.
Mark your calendar for next school year’s registration.
The first day of school for the 2014-15 school year is Wednesday, August 20, 2014.
Students with last names A – F will register on Tuesday, August 12th from 8:00 am – 12:30 pm.
Students with last names G – O will register on Wednesday, August 13th from 8:00 am – 12:30 pm.
Students with last names P – Z will register on Thursday, August 14th from 8:00 am – 12:30 pm.
Make- up Registration will be on Tuesday, August 19th from 9:00 am – 11:30 am.
See Naperville Central in action.
Click here to see what athletic and activity events are available for viewing.
Horticulture Club: Illinois State Florists' Association Conference
Michelle Maynard: 1st Place
Elizabeth Henkel and Hannah Subgrunski: 2nd Place
Alison Pfaff: 3rd Place
Julie Good: 4th Place
Casey Novak: 5th Place
SkillsUSA in Springfield IL
William Gayde: 3rd in Computer Maintenance Technology
Hanway Wang: 4th Electronics Technology
Payton Baznik: 5th Electronics Technology
Shivam Thakrar: 9th Electronics Technology
Keshav Kapoor: 10th Electronics Technology
Chaitanya Boddu: 12th Electronics Technology
Jessie Yang: 1st Computer Programming
Chris Jamrozy: 2nd Computer Programming
Jacob Verry: 3rd Computer Programming
Devanshu Bharel: 4th Computer Programming
ShaShank Murthy: 5th Computer Programming
Alex Spaulding: 7th Computer Programming
Peter Hong: 8th Computer Programming
Joey Talbot: 10th Computer Programming
FCCLA: State Competition Results
Bryce Mooney: earned First Place in the Culinary Star event and will train for the National Competition. He earned over $20,000 in scholarships to various culinary schools. He is one of only 50 students in the United States to earn this prestigious honor this year.
Julie Good: Gold Medal, Preschool Lesson
Delaney Donnary: Gold Medal, Preschool Lesson
Hannah Rest: Gold Medal, Preschool Lesson
Daphne McColl: Bronze Medal, Preschool Lesson
Regina Gumm: Bronze Medal, Preschool Lesson
Sunny Liu: Silver Medal, Life Event Planning
Amanda Defily: Bronze Medal, Pastry Arts, frosted cakes
DECA: IL Career Development Conference Results
Akshada Apte and Priyesha Bijlani: 7th Place in Entrepreneurship Innovation Plan
Ashlyn Bell and Ally Feldmeier: Top 10 in Hospitality and Tourism
Priyesha Bijlani: 6th Place in Human Resources Management
Komal Sharma, Rishi Kumar, and Catherine Chang: 6th in Advertising Campaign
Sam Clements: 4th in Sports and Entertainment Marketing Individual, Top 10 in Hospitality and Tourism Professional Selling
Sam Clements and Hailey McHugh: Buying and Merchandising Operations
Heidi Hannenberg: 4th in Apparel and Accessories
Joe Kallikadan and Maneesh Somisetty: Top 10 in Business Law and Ethics
Gloria Korpas and Sara Legg: 3rd in Travel and Tourism Team
Rishi Kumar: Top 10 in Automotive Services
Tommy Locke: Top 10 in Business Services Marketing
Hailey McHugh: Top 10 in Retail Merchandising
Maneesh Karnati and Joe Lopez: 1st in State in Virtual Business Challenge Retail Team
Ishaq Umer: Top 10 in Quick Serve Management
Emily Zhen: 1st Place in Human Resources Management
The Glenbard Parent Series presents: "Depression and the Adolescent-Recognizing and Treating The High School Blues"
The Glenbard Parent Series : Navigating Healthy Families presents "Depression and the Adolescent-Recognizing and Treating The High School Blues"with Dr Brad Culter at noon Tuesday, April 22, at Glenbard South, 23W200 Butterfield Rd. in Glen Ellyn. Teenage depression is much more than feeling sad, it can alter every aspect of a teen's life. Depression in teenagers can lead to drug and alcohol abuse, pregnancy and even violence and suicide. Twenty percent of teens have experienced depression and only twenty percent of those are getting help. Concerned family, teachers, and friends can recognize the symptoms of depression and help a depressed teen get on the road to recovery.
Dr. Cutler earned his medical degree from the University Of Vermont College Of Medicine. He completed his residency training in psychiatry at Rush University Medical Center, where he was chief resident. Dr. Cutler is on faculty at Rush University Medical Center and on staff at Linden Oaks at Edward Hospital. He is a member of the American Medical Association, the American Psychiatric Association and the Illinois Psychiatric Society. Dr. Cutler is interested in all psychiatric disorders, and he has specific interests in psychotic disorders, mood disorders and anxiety disorders. GPS is generously sponsored by the Cebrin Goodman Center , and affiliate of the Lillian and Larry Goodman Foundation, and in partnership with the Cooperative Association for Special Education (CASE). This program is free and open to all. No advance registration is required.