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Mr. WhatleyPRINCIPAL'S MESSAGE

Dear Titan Families and Community:

Our Titan Spirit is growing as we celebrate many accomplishments, activities, and events this year. In partnership with First Financial Federal Credit Union of Maryland, we had our Grand Opening of the school based Titan Branch of the FFFCU. We also received a generous donation from Best Buy Intel Retail Edge Program, Score with Intel Core. This donation will assist our school in supporting student learning through technology. Our Titans have competed in several co-curricular activities including robotics, It’s Academic, and Model United Nations. We also welcomed the HistoryMakers Program to New Town High School with guest speaker Dr. Thelma T. Daley. Our students have partnered with New Town Elementary School for the Trendsetter Program this year. We have many exciting things happening at New Town High School. Every day is a great day to be a Titan!

We are proud of our students’ accomplishments and our school. We look forward to continued growth and expansion of our programs that enhance and personalize students’ educational experience. As always, we encourage parents and guardians to become active members in the New Town High School Parent Teacher Student Association. The support of our PTSA is a vital component to our school success.

Best wishes,
Kevin L. Whatley
Principal




PICTURE DAYS SEPTEMBER 26 & 27!

Students in grades 9-11 will have yearbook pictures taken on September 26 and 27. Pictures will be taken during students' English class. Picture package information is available from your child's English teacher. Contact Ms. Banister at mbanister@bcps.org for more information.




THINKING ABOUT A JOB?


If you are under the age of 18 and interested in getting a job, you must have a work permit. The Maryland Department of Labor, Licensing, and Regulation has all the information you need to obtain your work permit. Clicking on the link below is your first step toward summer employment!

Maryland Department of Labor, Licensing, and Regulation





2016 MARYLAND REPORT CARD

To Access the Report for New Town High School

  • Click here to log onto the 2016 Maryland Report Card.
  • Locate the Baltimore County reports. 03-Baltimore County
  • Under Parent Reports, click English. It may take up to one minute for the file to download.
  • Locate the report by our school’s ID number 0473. The report for New Town High School is identified as 030473_2016ReportCard_ENG.pdf.
  • Repeat this process for the reports in Spanish, French, Korean, Vietnamese, and Chinese.
  • Click here to directly access the NTHS 2016 Maryland Report Card in English.

 


BUY YOUR YEARBOOK

Students can buy a yearbook for $60 by contacting Ms. Banister at 410-887-1614 or mbanister@bcps.org. Buy your yearbook now before they are gone!




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OUR MISSION

The mission of New Town High School is to prepare students for success as productive and marketable citizens, future leaders, and life-long learners. We commit to a rigorous 21st century learning environment that is safe and supportive. This will ensure that all students develop their individual potential based on the standards as outlined in Blueprint 2.0.




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