Greetings Fellow Titans –
September is nearly over and progress reports will be coming out next week. In between report cards, you are encouraged to track your student’s progress through our new Home Access Center (HAC).
HAC is the new program that replaces the old ParentConnect. This allows parents to view pertinent information for their students. You will be able to see attendance, discipline, outstanding assignments, grades, as well as your personal information as it appears in the current student information system.
Because this is a new system, log ons and passwords have been generated for all students. This information was handed out to those who attended Curriculum Night last week. If you were unable to pick up your information then, you may stop by the front office during normal hours (7:30 – 4:30) and do so. Please note: A picture ID is required in order to obtain the log on and password.
All syllabi for individual classes are posted on our website (www.northviewhigh.com). Information about the weight of particular assignments types are on the individual course syllabi. It is our goal to have work graded and posted as quickly as possible to allow for timely feedback to the students. Please understand that many of our teachers have larger than normal classes this year and can sometimes be pressed to complete the large amount of grading that they will have with bigger assignments such as special projects or term papers. To that end, our goal for posting graded assignments to HAC is as follows:
Ever Upward and Onward!
Northview High School
Georgia HS Writing Test
Hands on Northview
Homecoming Parade & Game
Driverís License and School Attendance/Behavior
The Teenage and Adult Driver Responsibility Act (TADRA) directly addresses and changes the way young motorists earn and maintain the privilege of driving. Required school attendance and student behavior are the two components of TADRA. The act specifically states that:
Any applicant who is younger than 18 years of age must be enrolled in and not under expulsion from a public or private school and has satisfied the attendance requirements listed in #1 and #2 below for a period of one academic year prior to application for an instruction permit or driver's license. This suspension is mandated by O.C.G.A. 40-5-22(a.1)(2).
The DDS will suspend the license of a minor who:
Hands on Northview
Make plans now to help out with our next Hands On Northview! The date is Saturday, October 2nd and we have a lot planned for that morning. More information will be forthcoming.
Charter System Engagement Process
Northview High School raised over $8,000.00 last year for Relay for Life, the second highest fundraising group! Relays' theme this year is MORE BIRTHDAYS! Please join our team and help the fight against cancer, so we can celebrate more birthdays!