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    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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    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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    Sophomores - February 8th - 12th

    Freshmen - February 15th - 19th

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    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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    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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ENN school news for Wednesday, February 10th:

  • All FFEA members, there will be a mandatory meeting today at lunch in Mrs. Mullen’s room 2-112. They will be discussing two upcoming events. Permission slips will only be given to those who attend. 
  • Scholar Bowl team members will meet today in Mrs. Cantor’s Room at lunch. 
  • Congratulations to Reagan Breckenridge. She won 2nd place for the 2016 Project Graduation t-shirt design! Project Graduation tickets will be on sale in May and will cost $20. These tickets are only available to Seniors. 
  • Any student who is interested in seeing a Holocaust speaker has a FREE opportunity to witness an amazing presentation tomorrow at the Chabad Jewish Community Center at 7 PM. Mrs. Rena Finder, a Holocaust survivor and contributor to the Schindler’s List movie will be the guest speaker. Students are welcome to witness this experience for FREE. Questions? Stop by Mr. Berning’s room, 6-206. 
  • 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 in the Freshman and the Building 6 courtyards 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. 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. 
  • There will be a brief Kids Can meeting  today at the beginning of lunch. If you are owed hours from last year, please have a list of the events that you attended. 
  • There will be a Psychology Club meeting during lunch Thursday to compile the survey results. 
  • Naples High’s Suncoast Eagle Branch Bank will be open tomorrow. There is an ATM that can be used any time throughout the school day. Every week a member deposits money he or she will get another ticket in the raffle. The current prize is $50 for students and $50 for staff. If interested in helping out at the bank visit Mrs. DeFurio’s room, Room 8-107. 
  • All National Honor Society members! There will be a mandatory meeting this Friday at lunch in the auditorium. Topics of discussion will include: scholarships, T-shirts, and candy sales. Mark your planners! 
  • The Creative Writing Club will meet tomorrow during lunch in Room 5-117. Members will be discussing plans for publishing this year's Creative Arts magazine. 
  • In baseball, the NHS boys won their Early Bird Tournament game last night at Terry Park in Fort Myers. The Golden Eagles beat Cape Coral 9-5, with Jordan Allen pitching three innings of relief for starter Gio DiGiacomo to get the win on the mound. B.J. Minarcin had a single and a double and Joseph Maetsu clubbed a double and drove in three runs. NHS plays Island Coast in more of the Early Bird Tournament action Thursday night at 7 PM at Terry Park. 
  • Congratulations to the Boys Tennis team that defeated Immokalee yesterday 7-0. Winning singles matches were: Caleb Craig, Mason Anderson, Griffin Alexander, and Connor Jaffe. 
  • The Girls Tennis team also shut out Immokalee 7-0. Singles winners were Daphne Figueroa, Sydney Zerby, Emily Dumochel and Sarah Gurevitch. 
  • The NHS Boys Lacrosse team lost to the Gulf Coast Sharks last night, 15-8. The Girls Lacrosse team lost to Gulf Coast here at Staver Field by a score of 22-15. Goals were scored by Marlee Gaddy, Ashley Barrett, Tyler Leon, Miranda Kelly, Caroline Scherder, and Kennedy Vertin. 
  • There will be a mandatory Boys Basketball meeting today at noon during lunch in 6-214.  The meeting will take about 5 to 10 minutes to get out important information to players. Questions, see Coach Eaton in 6-214.

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