• POLISHED DENTAL CLINIC 
    will be at the high school on Wednesday March 25th providing dental exams, cleanings, fluoride and sealants. Please contact the nurse for permission forms and sign ups: StanielsJ@nausetschools.org

    UPCOMING ART SHOWS
    "Through Young Eyes" Art Exhibition at CCMoA in Dennis
    March 5-April 19 K-12
    Artwork from Cape & Island art students.
    Art Reception March 19 5:30-7
     
    Orleans Cultural Council Youth Art Show
    Orleans Town Hall
    Art Reception Friday March 13 5:00-7:00
     
    CALLING ALL 18 YEAR OLDS AND SOON TO BE 18 YEAR OLDS!!
     GENERAL ELECTION DEADLINE
    The 2020 United States Presidential Election is November 3, 2020.
    Deadline to register to vote in 2020 Presidential Election is October 14, 2020.
    You must be 18 years old on or before election day to vote.

    CONGRATULATIONS TO THE WINNERS OF THE 2020 NAUSET LITERARY & ARTS MAGAZINE CONTEST|
    VISUAL ART
    “Waltz” by Reese Vanderschmidt
    POETRY
    “Dear Uncle Sam” by Kayleigh Brown
    SHORT STORY
    “Journal of a Superhero” by Sam Carpenter
    Honorable Mentions
    “After Dark” by Alexander DuToit
    “Color Poems” by Nell Hamilton
    “Still” by Kyleigh Shelley

    VOLUNTEERS NEEDED
    The Eastham Recreation Department is looking for volunteers to work with elementary school kids after school for their Bowling, Books & Board Games activity.  We will be hosting roughly 12-15 kids from 3:00-4:00 in the library on the following dates:
    2/11, 2/25, 3/3, 3/10, 3/17, 3/24
    Please see Mrs Cremins or Mrs. LaBranche in Main Office to sign up for Volunteer Hours.

    THERAPY DOGS WANTED FOR READING TO DOGS PROJECT
    The Animals in Literature class at Nauset Regional High School is looking for trained, insured, therapy dogs to participate in our Reading to Dogs program. Our group of students, dogs and owners, will travel to local elementary and preschools to allow young people a chance to practice their reading skills with friendly canine listeners. If you and your dog are available during the school day this Spring, please contact Beth Seiser at seiserb@nausetschools.org to coordinate available dates.  

    PUBLIC INSTALLATION ART WANTED
    Now accepting art for a public installation highlighting the concept of self-love and all the beautiful things that make us unique.
    All 2d work accepted.
    Please spread the word... WMOR has radio opportunities for teens to learn how to make radio shows and be on the air. 

    RADIO OPPORTUNITIES
    Interested students should contact Executive Director,
    John Braden john@womr.org  WOMR 508-487-2619
     
    WANTED: METAL SILVERWARE
    Nauset’s cafeteria is now completely free of plastic cutlery! Through local donations, the Green Club has collected nearly 4,000 pieces of metal silverware. Although this is plenty, in order to continue to replenish our numbers and account for any lost pieces, continual donations would be greatly appreciated! We accept metal forks, spoons, and butter knives of any shapes and sizes. Please leave any donations at the front office, or contact: Izzy Nobili (2021nobilii@nausetschools.org 
     
    WRITERS AND POETS
    ....want to become rich and famous?  Many national poetry and essay contest flyers are now posted in the English Department outside A108.  Some contests have prizes up to 10,000 $ for top honor.  Check out the board! 
      
    HOMELESS PREVENTION COUNCIL
    The Homeless Prevention Council is at the High School for families to access Saturdays from 9-10am. 
    They offer services that address individual and family issues that affect housing needs and self sufficiency.  
    Their goal is to help families meet needs before financial crisis and they are willing to help with resources,
    school supplies, Adopt a Family and assist in coordinating network support.
    Please contact Robin Eitelbach, Adjustment Counselor at 508-255-5248 or 
    eitelbachr@nausetschools.org if you have any questions or would like to access the council. 
     
    For Community Service
    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

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

     
  • CLUBS
    Monday

    BLACK STUDENT UNION
    Advisor: Maura McMillin
    Meets: Mondays at 3:00pm in Room A101

    BOOK CLUB
    Selected Mondays - once a month
    Advisor: Noelle Smith
    Room: A107
    Next meeting November 4th at 3:00pm to discuss "The Immortalists"

    JUNIOR CLASSICAL LEAGUE: CERTAMEN
    For Latin III students and higher
    Advisor: Sean Mulholland
    Room: N203
    Time: 8:00-8:30am

    LITERARY & ARTS MAGAZINE
    Like to write short stories? Take pictures? Work with layout and design?
    Then join the Nauset Literary and Arts Magazine.
    We need writers, editors, graphic artists, and a few A-type personalities to keep all of the creative beings in line!
    Mondays: 3:00-4:00 Room B204
    Ms. Seiser, advisor seiserb@nausetschools.org if you have questions

    MATH CLUB
    Advisor: Kate Blascio
    Room: N106
    3:00-4:00pm
    Math club is for students that enjoy doing Math in their spare time and explore concepts outside of regular classroom. There are multiple competitions throughout the year. 

    MEDICAL CLUB
    Advisor: Courtney Simpson
    Room: E204
    Time: 3:00-4:00pm

    REIKI CLUB
    Advisor: Jaime Staniels
    Will be Meeting: Mondays 3:00-4:00 in the nurse’s office. 

    • Reiki is a holistic healing modality involving the energy centers within the body. It is used in hospitals and clinics throughout the world.
    • Students will be taught Reiki Level 1 including how to perform a treatment on themselves and others. 
    • We will learn about energy within the body, manifestation of illness/disease
    • Chakras and corresponding emotions
    • Auras around the body, vision boards, manifestation boxes,
    • Healing crystals, and so much more!
    • Guided meditations will also be conducted within the group.
    • Parental Consent is required. See the nurse for details and permission form.

    SOCIAL CLUB
    The Social Club will begin meeting on Monday, September 16 from 3:00-3:50 in the Guidance conference room/N building.  The club will stop in time for students to take the late bus. Any questions see Ms. Timmons, Ms. Citrone or Mrs. Dee Smith or email timmonsm@nausetschools.org

    STUDENT COUNCIL
    Advisors: Ariana Kmiec & Ellen Dill
    Room: N204
    Time: 3:10-4:00pm

    Tuesday
    active minds club
    Advisor: Robin Eitelbach
    7:45-8:30am
    Room: Auditorium Lobby

       Reducing the stigmas associated with mental health disorders
       Fostering dialogue among students about mental health
       Programming aimed towards advocacy and awareness

    POETRY CLUB
    Advisor: Sally Lum 
    Meets: Tuesdays at 7:30 A.M.
    The purpose of the Poetry Club is to study, read, recite and write all kinds of Poetry!!!

    CLASSICAL BOOK CLUB
    Advisor: Sean Mulholland
    Meets: Tuesdays at 8:00-8:30am
    Room N203

    MOCK TRIAL TEAM
    Advisors: Dee Smith and Mae Timmons & Attorney Coach Bonnie Nunheimer
    Meets: Tuesdays from 4:00-4:30pm in Room N201
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    • To further your understanding of the law, court procedures, civil liberties and our legal system
    • To increase your proficiency in basic life skills, such as listening, speaking, reading and reasoning
    • To develop your advocacy skills regardless of which side of the case is being represented and irrespective of the party with which you most identify
    • To promote better communication and cooperation between you, the schools and the legal profession
    • To heighten your consciousness of law-related professions and the academic studies, which lead to those professions.

    TABLETOPS GAME CLUB
    Advisor: Sharon Richards
    Time: Tuesdays from 3:00-4:00pm
    Room C104

    Wednesday
    ART CLUB
    Advisor: Ryan Campbell

    Meets: Wednesdays - 3:00-4:00 pm after school in Room C205
    Come get creative and try a variety of mediums and art contest opportunities!

    BEST BUDDIES
    Advisor: Mr. Jacob Pickard 

    When? : Wednesdays @  3:15 - 4:00pm 
    Where? : D206 (Next to Culinary)
    Why?  “Best Buddies allows everyone to have a friend, no matter who you are or what you are capable of doing." -Trinity-
    *Come socialize in a comfortable and low pressure setting. Take a risk and get to know new people! Visit old faces and fix your appetite with some delicious snacks. We have many activities to choose from!  :) 
     
    CULINARY CLUB
    Wednesdays 3-4:30pm in D205 (Culinary Room)

    Advisor: NormaJean Anderson
     
    DEMOCRATS CLUB
    Advisor: Maura McMillin
    Time: 8:00-8:30am
    Room A101
     
    HAITI CLUB
    Advisor: Lisa Brown
    Time: 3:00-4:00pm
    Room A200
     
    KEY CLUB
    Advisor: Sharon Richards
    Wednesdays 3:00 - 3:45
    Room N107
    Sharon Richards is the advisor. 
    We do community service in and out of school. Join us for food, fun, and friendship.
     
    MILES TIBBETTS' CHESS CLUB
    Advisor: Sean Mulholland
    Time: 3:00-4:00pm
    Room N203

    STEMinist CLUB
    Advisor: Karen Hepinstall
    Time: 3:00-4:00pm
    Room E107

    YAPP CLUB
    Advisor: Amy Kandall
    Time: 3:00-4:00pm
    Room C104

    THURSDAY

    BOWLING CLUB
    Advisor: Lauren Wall
    Meets: Thursdays - 3:15-4:00pm (begins Oct. 3, 2019)
    Orleans Bowling Alley
    $4.00 per person

    CLASSICAL BOOK CLUB
    8:00-8:30 
    Advisor: Sean Mulholland
    Room N203

    GREEN CLUB
    Advisors: Luke Simpson and Jody Craven
    Meets: Thursdays at 8:00am in Room E101
    We deal with issues of sustainability on campus and in the community

    HUMAN RIGHTS ACADEMY
    Advisor: Lisa Brown
    Room A200
    3:00-4:00pm

    NAUSET GSA
    Thursday mornings at 8:00am in C205 
    Equality Club is an LGBTQA+ safe space available before school for all students of different sexual orientations and gender identities. We’re looking to form friendships and a community where all students can feel welcome. The focus is also to work toward equality for all within our campus community. We are a very inclusive club and strongly encourage allies to join as well!

    POETRY CLUB
    Advisor: Sally Lum
    7:30-8:30
    Room A108

     
    FRIDAY

    DEBATE CLUB
    Advisor: Mike McNamara
    Meets: Fridays, 8:00-8:30am
    Room A205

     
    FEMINISM CLUB
    Advisor: Deb Keavy
    Meets: Fridays, 8:00-8:30am
    Room N202

    UNIFIED THEATER
    Advisor: Katherine Beasley
    Meets: Fridays, 3:00-4:30
    NRHS Auditorium