• NEED A SUMMER JOB?
    Brewster Summer Recreation is looking for a Summer Rec Director, a Sailing Director, and tennis instructors.  If you are up to the challenge, contact Mike Gradone, Assistant Director of Brewster Recreation at mgradone@brewster-ma.gov

    STOP THE BLEED TRAINING 
    Stop the Bleed Training will be held on Thursday, March 28 in the NRHS cafeteria by the Eastham Fire Department.
    The training will go from around 3:15-4:30, and will go over how to stop life-threatening bleeds. 
    The training is totally free, and has been recommended for any locals who will be at the beaches this summer!

    FULLY BOOKED ART SHOW
    Artwork by NRHS students
    March 5 - 30

    Wellfleet Library

    BOOK CLUB 
    April 4
    Everyone is welcome! Join us to discuss this Gothic thriller:
    Frankenstein, by Mary Shelley
    When: Thursday, April 4
    Where: Room A107
    Time: 3:10PM
    We will have snacks, of course!
    If you cannot attend the afternoon session due to sports or

    other activities, please join us in the morning at 7:30,
    Thurs. April 4. Please be prompt so we have time to discuss!
    See Ms. Smith in A107 with questions

     
    NAUSET LITERARY & ARTS MAGAZINE 
    STILL ACCEPTING SUBMISSIONS
    The contest is over, but we are still accepting submissions of poetry, short stories and art!
    We are accepting submissions from anyone and everyone who still wants to submit something. 
    All works will be considered for publication.
    Send submissions to nausetlitmag@gmail.com

    GIRLS TENNIS
    If you are interested in trying out for tennis this spring, please see Mrs. Tringale as soon as possible, Room E205.
     
    TOY AND BOOK DRIVE
    The National Honor Society is running a Toy and Book Drive from February 25th to April 10th.
    Please bring in any and all new donations to drop off in one of the many boxes that will be set up around campus. We are collecting to help underprivileged kids, so they have to opportunity to have toys and read books they can’t afford to buy. Toddlers and Teens need our help the most. Little gifts like a Rubix Cube or Board Books go a long way.  (No electronics or gift cards please)
    There will also be locations set up around the Cape, like the libraries and other public locations, so get the word out!
    Feel free to email 2020friends@nausetschools.org if you have any questions.
    Let’s Go Nauset!
     
    SPRING IS COMING!
    Are you a Runner? Athlete? Or just want to try something new? 
    Come out for Unified Track & Field! For more information 
    Sign up with Mr. Jacob Pickard
    Email- pickardj@nausetschools.org
    or stop by D206.

    LOST AND FOUND
    Missing something? The Lost and Found is now located in D206.

    SENIOR YEARBOOK MATERIALS DUE 
    Just a reminder that all materials may be emailed to nausetyearbook19@gmail.com at anytime, however, you must also fill out check-in sheet and bring to Room B201 at designated times to assure we have received everything and to resolve any issues.
     

    COMMUNITY SERVICE OPPORTUNITIES

    INDIVIDUAL COAs

    Council on Aging in each town is always looking for volunteers to help assist the elderly with yard clean up and household chores.

    Contact the following COA:

    Orleans: Mary Ann Ryan: mryan@town.orleans.ma.us- 508-255-6333 xt 16

    Wellfleet: Sally Largey: Sally.largey@wellfleet-ma.gov -

    Eastham: Monica Keefe-Hess: coaadm@eastham-ma.gov – 508-2556164

    Brewster: Brenda Locke – blocke@brewster-ma.gov – 508-896-2737

    Debra Johnson – djohnson@brewter-ma.gov

    Please see: Mrs.Cremins in main office with any questions

     
  • CLUBS

    MONDAY
     
    SOCIAL CLUB3:00-4:00pm (in time to make the late bus)
    Guidance Conference Room
    Advisor: Ms. Timmons timmonsm@nausetschools.org
    MATH CLUB
    3:00-4:00pm in Room N106.
    Advisor: Kate Blascio
    MEDICAL CLUB3:00-4:00pm
    Room E207
    Advisors: Science Dept. & School Nurse
         Google Classroom code: atg03ko
    STUDENT COUNCIL: 3:30-4:30pm
    Help make a difference in the school climate! 
    Meet every Wednesday in N105 (Mrs. Tupper's room) or N204 (Ms. Kmiec's room).
    Advisors: Ms. Kmiec and Mrs. Tupper
     
    TUESDAY
    MOCK TRIAL TEAM3:00-4:30pm
    Room N201
    Advisors: Dee Smith, Mae Timmons & Attorney Coaches
    POETRY CLUB: 7:45-8:30am
    Advisor: Sally Lum
    Room A108
     
    WEDNESDAY
    LITERARY and ARTS MAGAZINE: 
    3:00-4:00pm
    Room B203
    Advisor: Mrs. Seiser
    BEST BUDDIES: 
    3:00-3:45pm

    Room D206
    Advisor: Jake Pickard
    Everyone is welcome.
    DEMOCRATS CLUB8:00-8:30am
    Room A101
    Advisor: Mrs. McMillin
    KEY CLUB: 3:00-4:00pm
    Room N107
    Advisor: Mrs. Richards
    MILES TIBBETTS' CHESS CLUB: 3:00-4:00pm
    Room N203
    Advisor: Sean Mulholland

    STEMinist CLUB: 3:00-4:00pm
    E107 - Advisor: Hepp
    YAPP CLUB3:00-4:00pm
    Room C104 - Advisor: Amy Kandall
    All Welcome!
     
    THURSDAY
    HAITI CLUB: 7:45-8:30am
    A200
    Advisor: Lisa Brown
    ART CLUB: 3:00-4:00pm
    Room C205
    Advisor: Ryan Campbell
    COMPUTER SCIENCE CLUB: 3:00-4:00pm in the Library
    All welcome, from the curious to the experienced!
    CULINARY CLUB: 3:00-4:45pm - in D205 - (upstairs from the band room)
    Advisor: Ms. Anderson – andersonn@nausetschools.org 
    GAY-STRAIGHT ALLIANCE/EQUALITY CLUB8:00-8:30am
    Room C104 (clay room)
    Advisor: Mrs. Collins
    The GSA club is an LGBTQA+ safe space 
    HUMAN RIGHTS ACADEMY: 
    3:00-4:00PM

    Room A200
    Advisor: Lisa Brown
    JUNIOR CLASSICAL LEAGUE for Latin lovers!: 3:00-4:00pm
    Room N204
    Advisor: Sean Mulholland
    MODEL UN: 8:00-8:30am
    Room A202
    Advisor: Laura Burnett
    NAUSET GREEN CLUB: 
    8:00 - 8:30am

    Room E101
    Advisors: Mr. Simpson & Mr. Craven
    TABLETOP GAMES CLUB: 3:00-4:00pm
    Advisor: Mrs. Richards

    Room N107
    Join us at the Nauset Tabletop Games club to play and discuss tabletop RPGs, board games, and more.
     
    FRIDAY
    BLACK STUDENT UNION: 7:45-8:30am
    Room A101
    Advisor: Mrs. McMillin
    FEMINISM CLUB: 8:00-8:30am
    Room N202
    Advisor: Mrs. Keavy
    NAUSET DEBATE CLUB: 8:00-8:30am
    Room A205
    Advisor: Mr. McNamara
    UNIFIED THEATER: 3:15-4:30pm 
    Auditorium
    • Work with disabled adults to put on a production of a lifetime. 
    • Earn your community service hours.
    • FEEL GOOD ABOUT HELPING OTHERS!

    if you want to participate, contact:  Katherine Beasley  - 774-487-2894    KBEASLEY@CAPEABILITIES.COM