Tony Danza Talent Show
The annual Tony Danza Talent Show is being held this year on Thursday, April 26, 2018 at 6:00 PM. Ticket price is $8.00 in advance and can be purchased in the Arts Advisory Office in Room 129.Tickets will be $10 at the door the evening of the show.
I find it hard to believe my tenure as president is coming to an end.
So many things have happened here in our great school. From all the scholastic, athletics, science and music department awards, our Alumni shows great promise of staying strong and carrying on our many traditions.
I would like to thank all the teachers, school staff and Alumni members, both past and present, that tirelessly helped me during my time as president.I look forward to seeing everyone at the Thanksgiving Day Game and Alumni Day (first Friday in May) for many years to come!
Lynn Kristiniak Riley
June ’63 Class # 120
Project Sparc is thriving since almost being shuttered four short years ago. The after school program runs Monday through Thursday where actively engaged students participate in a student centered curriculum based around STEM- science, technology, engineering and math education.
Project Sparc currently consists of 6 divisions- Medical, Robotics, Engineering, Computer Coding, Astronomy and Flight. Inspired by self-made entrepreneurs like Elon Musk, our students design and build underwater robots, learn to build and fly drones, study the far reaches of the galaxy, participate in hack-a-thons, and launch eggs 800 feet into the air and safely return them to Earth. Additionally, 100 students are instructed by our school nurse, Mrs. Anne Johnson, and become Red Cross CPR and First Aid certified each year!
Our annual showcase, the 2-day Spring Flight Simulation, is tentatively scheduled for Thursday, May 3rd through Friday, May 4th. Alumni are invited to participate in the festivities. Project Sparc would like to thank the following people and organizations for their continued support, it is through their efforts that we are able to thrive:
Project Sparc Boosters President Mr. Burton Dicht (Class 135), alumni volunteers Carole Niemiec (Class 138) and her daughter Ashleigh Niemic (Class 170) the community support of the Philadelphia chapter of the Laboratory Robotics Interest Group, and Alumni owned Kampi Components Co from Fairless Hills, Pa.
If you would like more information, please contact Project Sparc’s Director Andrew Adams (Class 160) at firstname.lastname@example.org
To donate to the NEHS Project Sparc Boosters fund to help continue this fantastic program please visit www.nehssparcboosters.org
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