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  • Transcripts

    If you are a Senior (Class of 2021) or Alumni, please use Parchment to request transcripts.  Sign up here.

    Currently enrolled students (i.e. Freshman, Sophomores and Juniors) in need of a transcript should complete a request using this online form.   

    If you graduated PRIOR to 2014 (1911-2013) please call 757-628-3931 to receive your transcript.


     

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  • Monthly Announcements

    You can view all of the newsletters on our newsletter archive page.

     

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  • Join the “Tails and Tales” summer adventure through and sign up for Norfolk Public Library’s Summer Reading Program! Readers can earn cool prizes and digital badges as they continue to log their reading minutes.


    Logging your minutes is easy with the help of Beanstack! For desktop access, visit https://norfolk.beanstack.org/reader365. For mobile devices, visit your device’s app store to download the free Beanstack app. Once downloaded, search for “Norfolk Public Library (VA)” to access the site and register.

    Happy Reading!

    For more information click here.

     

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PARENTS AND STUDENTS

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    Parents!  Please click here for the NPS RETURN TO IN-PERSON INSTRUCTION NEWSLETTER

    Students!  For schedule change requests, please use the QR code or the link below to schedule an appointment with your counselor:

    https://forms.gle/DdgePSLLXtgoaSMYA

     

     

    NEW STUDENT ORIENTATION UPDATE! 

    Program can be found here

    PLEASE SEE BELOW:

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    NACAC Virtual College Fair Sunday, 8/29 1-6 PM ET
     
    NACAC (National Association of College Admission Counseling) is hosting the first in a series of Virtual Fairs tomorrow and this is a great way for your student to connect with a school without leaving home. These are FREE and you can learn more about it and register here -
     
     
    What to know about the NACAC fairs:
     
    The fair will have 300+ colleges, 933 live sessions (each fair will have different colleges participating)
     
    Search by college name, state, major, size of school and more.
     
    PLUS, your teen can schedule a one-on-one meeting with a college admission rep by going to the college's profile page and click on the "Schedule a Meeting" button to choose a date and time. They can also send chat messages to any college's admission office by clicking the "Chat" button. These are very efficient ways to demonstrate interest to a college and are open to all students, anywhere.  
     
    Parents and students are welcome to register. There are different sign-ups for parents and students from this one page.  https://bit.ly/38hE0u8
     
    Here is the list of all of the upcoming fairs.  Note there are two for students who live in the northeast and midwest. Colleges that attend want to recruit students from those states.  There is also a fair for the arts and STEM majors.
     
     
     
     
     
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     Click here to register!

     
     
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    CONGRATULATIONS!

    Karma Johnson, a rising senior at Maury, is the newly elected Student Representative for the school board of Norfolk and is ready to make her mark!  This aspiring artist, fashion icon, and philanthropist is not your average student! She currently attends the Governors School for the Arts and wants to use her art to make important statements just like platinum music star Pharrell Williams, one of her biggest inspirations.  

    Her goal as school board representative is to make sure students' concerns get heard and sure they feel that they matter. She also would like Norfolk Public Schools to invest more in the arts, promote mental health awareness amongst students, and encourage attending college after high school.
     
    She is currently interested in programs at Brown University, Rhode Island School of Design, Parsons School of Design, Columbia University in the City of New York, and New York University. She acknowledges that her interests are always subject to change.
     
    Karma writes, "Wherever I go, I want to feel welcomed and appreciated for the original ideas I will surely bring to the table. I have always wanted to change the world, and this honor of being selected feels like one of many big first steps that I’m ready to take."
     
    Congratulations on your outstanding accomplishment! Your Maury family is so proud of you!

     

    Check out our Farewell to Class of 2021 newsletter here!

     

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    A DEGREE AND A DIPLOMA

    Congratulations are in order for Undreya Sowell who just graduated with a college degree before receiving her advanced studies high school diploma! Yes, you read right! Last month, Undreya graduated Magna Cum Laude from TCC with an Associate Degree of Science. This month, she received her high school diploma.

     

    Undreya definitely is an overachiever. For the past 2 years, she practiced 8 hours a week with the Maury Track and Field girls' team. In addition, she has been a competitive gymnast with World Class Gymnastics Junior Olympic Team for the past 10 years. She practiced Levels 8/9/10 for 29 hours a week and traveled for major competitions.

     

    Undreya will continue her post-secondary education at George Mason University in the fall majoring in Pre-Med Biology. Her career plan is to attend medical school to practice Orthopedic Surgery in Sports Medicine.

     

    Your Maury family wishes you the best of luck with your endeavors!

     

    CONGRATULATIONS TO MYA BYRD!  Mya won her second tennis single state championship!  

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    HERE COMES THE BUS APP!

    Here Comes the Bus App and Website Norfolk Public Schools has launched a new app that will allow families to monitor daily school bus transportation information, including where a specific bus is on its route. The “Here Comes the Bus” app is available for any family who utilizes district transportation. Parents can see where the child’s school bus is on its daily route.

    The “Here Comes the Bus” app and easy to use website has the following features:

    · Notifications on any bus number changes

    · Notifications alerting families when a bus is approaching the bus stop

    · Customizable features for different devices, depending on how parents are viewing the app or website

    The “Here Comes the Bus” app can be downloaded to a smartphone, tablet, or personal computer from the App Store or Google Play, depending on the operating system of the device.

    Two bits of information that will be needed to sign up for an account are the Norfolk Public Schools Account Code, which is 29096 and the student’s ID Number.

    Questions regarding downloading or issues with the “Here Comes the Bus” app should be addressed with Here Comes the Bus at the company’s website or by calling 844-854-9316, Monday through Friday 8 am – 5 pm Central Time.

     

     

     

     

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  • Ms. Karen Berg, Principal kberg@nps.k12.va.us
    322 Shirley Ave. Norfolk
    VA. 23517

    Phone: (757) 628-3344
    Fax: (757) 628-3359

    Office Hours:    7:00 am - 3:00 pm
    Student Hours: 7:25 am - 2:05 pm

     

MHS Announcements

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    NPS Parents/Guardians,

    This is a reminder that the application process for Norfolk Public Schools’ Virtual Scholars Academy (VSA), the virtual learning option for the 2021-22 school year, closed on June 14, 2021. However, a waiting list has been created for potential students. You may e-mail vsa@nps.k12.va.us for additional information, or for an application and to be placed on the waiting list.

    Good luck to you and your student(s) in the upcoming school year!

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    Padres / tutores de NPS,

    Este es un recordatorio de que el proceso de solicitud para la Academia Virtual Scholars (VSA) de las Escuelas Públicas de Norfolk, la opción de aprendizaje virtual para el año escolar 2021-22, se cerró el 14 de junio de 2021. Sin embargo, se ha creado una lista de espera para estudiantes potenciales. . Puede enviar un correo electrónico a vsa@nps.k12.va.us para obtener información adicional o para obtener una solicitud y ser incluido en la lista de espera.

    ¡Buena suerte para usted y su (s) estudiante (s) en el próximo año escolar!

     

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    Face It: The Maury yearbook is here, and Mr. Rowe will be at Maury by the exit door nearest the band room on Tuesday, August 10th from 10 AM - 1 PM to distribute books to people who pre-ordered. If you would like to purchase a book, there are a limited number for sale. The price is $60.00.  You can pay by cash, or go to the main office to pay by card. A service fee applies to card purchases.  If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out to Mr. Rowe, Yearbook Sponsor, at erowe@nps.k12.va.us

     

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     Underclassmen picture proofs are here. Here is a sample image of what the proof looks like. They can access the proofs and order online by visiting http://getmyphotonow.com.  Enter the password MAU + student ID number (ex. MAU1234567). The site will prompt them to create an account, but there is no obligation to purchase.

     

    SummerReadingLists

     CLICK HERE FOR THE NPS HS SUMMER READING LIST

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  • Harris Teeter VIC Card

    Do you have a Harris Teeter VIC card? Complete this form, and you can link your VIC card to our school and we will receive free money in return! You still get all your VIC rewards! 

     

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    DRIVE FOR FIVE!

    "Five Goals for Achieving Equity and Excellence for All..."

    First, we will work to improve students' academic performance and we will work to integrate social-emotional learning into daily instruction.

    Second, we will attract and retain highly qualified, effective teachers to teach our students.

    Third, we will commit to improving our aging infrastructure so that our students are educated iin school buildings that are worthy of them.

    Fourth, we will be more purposeful and strategic in developing and sustaining effective partnerships with our families and other community stakeholders.

    Fifth, we will be more intentional in our efforts to foster a division-wide culture of caring.

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  • TA

    TA applications are due to Mr. Featherer by no later than August 23rd.  Applications can be found here.  Please submit them to rfeatherer@nps.k12.va.us

     

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