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  • NHS STUDENT ATHLETES TO SIGN NATIONAL LETTERS OF INTENT

    Naples High School is pleased to announce that eleven Golden Eagle student-athletes made commitments on National Letter of Intent Day (February 3, 2016) to continue their athletic endeavors at the next level.

    Rilee Standriff Soccer Villanova University
    Jack Gilliam Soccer Villanova University 
    Chris Riley Football College of the Holy Cross
    Tyler Byrd Football  University of Tennessee
    Carlin Fils Aime Football University of Tennessee
    Jerry Nunez Football Indiana State University
    Wycliff Phanor Football Carson-Newman
    Terrell Posada Football Evangel University
    Jerry Prutos Football Marist College
    Maddie Merritt Lacrosse Methodist University
    Shawn LeMarie Swimming George Washington University

    For more information on each of the signees and their future schools, click HERE.

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  • INFORMATION ABOUT THE PREVENTION OF INFLUENZA

    Parents please assist us in trying to prevent the spread of influenza at our schools.  Please read the important letter from NHS Principal, Kevin Saba HERE.

    For an informational guide about preventing the spread of influenza, please click HERE.

     

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  • NHS 2016-17 ELECTIVE COURSE SCHEDULING DATES

    Juniors - February 2nd - 5th

    Sophomores - February 8th - 12th

    Freshmen - February 15th - 19th

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  • NHS JROTC CADET RECEIVES CONGRESSIONAL NOMINATION TO WEST POINT

    Naples High School JROTC Cadet, Kyler McCown   Naples High School JROTC Cadet Lieutenant Colonel Kyler McCown has received a congressional nomination to West Point from Mario Diaz Balart.  Kyler is the cadet Battalion Commander of the Naples JROTC Golden Eagle Battalion. The final step in this process is the appointment from West Point. That information should be released in the coming weeks.  Congratulations Kyler! 
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  • COLLEGE GOAL SUNDAY

    Need help with the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)? Click HERE to find out more information about local on-site help sessions.

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EAGLE NEWS

ENN school news for Monday, February 8th:

  • Juniors, there is an amazing Outward Bound scholarship available. If you are interested, please see Mrs. Holderfield in 5-111. 
  • Listen up, senior girls, the Naples Women's Club is offering several scholarships this year to local females. The scholarships range from $1,500 to $2,000. Interested? See Mrs. Holderfield in 5-111 for the details. 
  • Love is on the run this week with the TOMS Club mobile carts. Now two mobile love stations will be rolling around campus during lunch to better serve you. Watch your love grow right before your eyes with self-inflating love balloons. This unique gift will be delivered during 4th period this Friday. Find the mobile love carts today and Wednesday in the Freshman and the Building 6 courtyards. Tomorrow and Thursday, find them outside the LMC and the Café/Auditorium areas. Too busy at lunch??? Stop by room 11-105 before first period or immediately following the last bell. Balloons will be delivered during fourth period Friday. The cost ranges from $2 to $4. Questions? See Mrs. Stewart. 
  • Valentine's Day wouldn't be the same without flowers. Stop by the floral table by the LMC during lunch today through Thursday and choose from red, yellow, pink, or white roses to express your love, friendship, or even a new romance with color. Not sure a rose is the right way to show your affection? Then choose from pink and red carnations. Fresh flowers will be delivered during fourth period Friday. 
  • Key Club members, there will be a meeting this Wednesday in the auditorium during lunch. Please make sure to attend. 
  • The Naples High Teens for Jeans drive is under way! Do you have jeans you've never worn taking up space in your closet? Don't let them sit there; make a difference in the world. There are more than one million young people experiencing homelessness in the US, and one of the items they request most often is a pair of jeans. Donate new and gently-used pairs of jeans to your first period teacher, starting tomorrow. Be sure to contribute, the school which donates the most denim will win a $3000 grant (along with an extra $500 to throw a party for the students)! NHS has until February 26th to collect as many jeans as possible and help reach a nationwide goal of 100,000 pairs. The first period that donates the most jeans will also earn an extra reward. 
  • Naples High School students and staff, go to the Naples Rita's today from 3 to 5 PM to support the Junior State of America. With a flyer, part of the proceeds will directly go to Naples High JSA. So be sure to stop Rita's today and see your classmates become celebrity scoopers at Rita's!
  • The Spanish Honor Society will meet in Mr. Godley's room Tuesday at lunch. 
  • Envirothon will meet today during lunch in room 3-101. 
  • The Naples High wrestling team had an incredible weekend at the Titan Duals. The Golden Eagles went 4 -0 Friday night and ended up 4th for the weekend out of 14 total teams. It all happened with 3 wrestlers out on Saturday for ACT and injuries. Calvin Sonalia and Luis Castellon each picked up 1 pin, Dominc Bartuccio, Derek Colon and Matthew Meyer each picked up 2 pins, Justus Disarro, Caleb Poche and Robert Galvan each had 3 pins, Luke Henning had 2 pins and a major, Juan Cruz went 7-2 with 2 majors, 1 tech fall, & 2 pins and Dinel Chery went 8-0 with 6 pins! The boys will compete in the district tournament in 2 weeks.

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