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    AJ Ford Wins Friends of Texas Public Schools Scholarship

     

    Congratulations to A.J. Ford for winning the Friends of Texas Public Schools Scholarship.  The scholarship was open for graduating seniors. A.J. had to create a video sharing how his public school education has and will impact his future. Two students in the state were honored with this award at the Friends of Texas Public Schools Gala in Waco on Wednesday, December 5th.  A.J. will use this money to help him further his goal of becoming a certified electrician. Way to go A.J.!

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    Wichita District FFA Banquet

    Newcastle FFA was represented at the annual Wichita District FFA Banquet Monday, November 26 by J.T. Spurlin, Victoria Richards, and Jacob McMillan.  They accepted the 4th place Quiz Banner won by the Senior Quiz team consisting of Victoria Richards, 4th high individual, Jacob McMillan 10th high individual, Boomer Whitaker, and Chase Ford.  

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    Newcastle FFA LED Contest

    Newcastle FFA competed in District Leadership Development contest on Wednesday, November 14.  The Senior Quiz Team placed 4th.  Senior Quiz team members are Jacob McMillan, Victoria Richards, Chase Ford, and Boomer Whitaker. The Greenhand Quiz Team placed 8th.  Greenhand Quiz Team members include Emma Clayton, Carson Hudgins, Kelsey Shields, and Cash Strawbridge. Senior Radio Broadcasting placed 11th.  Radio Team members include Matthew Little, Jaren Turner, and A.J. Ford.  Agriculture Advocacy Team placed 6th.  The Ag Advocacy team members are Ethon Lyons, J.T. Spurlin, Lane Brice, and Victoria Richards. Boomer Whitaker participated in Senior Creed and placed 14th.  Schools competing in the contest include. Crowell, Knox City, Munday, Throckmorton, Woodson, Seymour, Holliday, Benjamin, Harrold, Northside, Chillicothe, Vernon, Electra, Iowa Park, City View, Wichita Falls-Rider, Burkburnett, Windthorst, Olney, and Newcastle.

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  • 2018-2019 Newcastle Ladycat Volleyball Season

     

    The Newcastle Ladycats  had a successful volleyball season with a 19-13 record overall and a district record of 10-2.  The Ladycats finished as the district runner up and went into playoffs as the first place seed.  This season was full of growth both mentally and physically. All 8 varsity players were named to the all district team.  Kelsey Shields was the district MVP, Hannah Manos was the Offensive MVP, Nicole Martinez was the Defensive MVP, Arryn Eli was the Outstanding Setter of the Year, Kelsi New was First Team All District, Amy Martinez was First Team All District, Hannah Shanks was Second Team All District and Shyla Hardin received Second Team All District.  The season would not have been a success without each of the 16 girls buying into a new program and working so hard. The heart and hustle these ladies showed was incredible.

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  • 2017-2018 Newcastle High School Students Perform Above State Average in College Readiness!

     

    Newcastle High School received its College Readiness Letter from ACT this week.  ACT has developed through collaborative research with postsecondary institutions nationwide a college readiness benchmark score for designated core college courses.  The benchmark is a minimum score needed in a subject area test. Students earning an 18 on the English Composition Test, a 22 on ACT Mathematics test, a 22 on ACT Reading Test, and a 23 on ACT Science test have a 50% chance of earning a B or higher and 75% chance of earning a C or higher in the corresponding credit-bearing college courses of English Composition, College Algebra, Social Sciences, and Biology.  

     

    Newcastle Students are averaging 20.3 in English, 23.6 in Mathematics, 19.8 in Reading, a 21.7 in Science, and a 21.5 Composite.  These scores indicate a positive future for Newcastle students entering higher institutions. Comparatively to the State average in all areas except Reading, Newcastle Students are scoring 1 to 3 points higher than the State Average.  

     

    Teachers in Newcastle continue to have high expectations for classroom performance and college readiness for their students.  

     

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    Amended Calendar 2018-2019

    Please see amended 2018-2019 School Calendar.  The only change is for November 20th

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