Congratulations to the Newark High School and Newark Digital Academy Class of 2019. More than 460 students are a part of the Class of 2019 this year. They are headed to the workforce, local colleges, military service and universities in 11 different states. Watch our district Facebook and Twitter accounts for coverage of the event, and you can download a digital version of the program by clicking here. Congratulations to our Alumni Citizenship and Distinguished Citizen Award Winners, Betsy and Ted Cobb.
Posted Friday, May 24, 2019
Newark City Schools will release two hours early on the final day of school, May 30.
Posted Friday, May 17, 2019
Newark High School is hosting a tennis camp from 6 to 8 p.m. July 8-12 at the NHS tennis courts for boys and girls entering grades 1-5 next school year. The camp will include coaching from Newark high school and middle school tennis coaches and varsity tennis players from the boys and girls teams. The camp will cost $10 per student, and will include a T-shirt. To register, please click on this link. Contact NHS tennis coach and teacher Rob Hays at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Posted Friday, May 10, 2019
Summer is coming soon. You may be thinking about what your child will do for meals while school is out. The good news is that the U.S. Department of Agriculture has partnered in your local community and agencies to serve free meals. It’s food that’s in, while school is out. There are no income requirements, and any child under the age of 18 is invited to eat. Please click below for information on local summer food sites
Posted Wednesday, May 8, 2019
Newark City Schools Superintendent Doug Ute was surprised Tuesday by members from the Youth Leadership Council of Licking County. The students revealed that Mr. Ute is this year's recipient of the Ruth Satterfield Award for Prevention Excellence. The Ruth Satterfield Award for Prevention Excellence is given to an individual who actively supports youth development and advances youth prevention across Licking County. Students in the council — from high schools across the county — nominate and vote on recipients for the award. Mr. Ute was chosen due to Newark City Schools' commitment to social and emotional awareness.
Posted Tuesday, May 7, 2019
Newark High School senior Andrew Saladino received a 2019 Franklin B. Walter All-Scholastic Award from the Ohio Educational Service Center Association recently. The program, named in honor of Ohio's 31st State Superintendent, was established in 1989 to promote and recognize outstanding student leaders for their academic achievement and service to their schools and communities. One senior from each county is eligible for the award. Andrew is one of 84 students statewide to receive it this year.
Posted Friday, April 26, 2019