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Post Preparation Parties: AP class parties
Rising Up to the Challenge: The steps taken to help students receive their Associate's.
Build On It: How seniors may use their capstone throughout their life.
Steps for Success: Detailed information of how you can enroll in Early College.
Stunning Statistics: More details about where our seniors stood this year and how well they did in scholarships and earning their Associate's.
Acquired Accomplishments: Details about our annual scholarship banquet.
Focusing on more then the A: Student of the Month
More than just Academics: student honored for hard work and compassion.
Open for Opportunities: Vice Principal Dave Dau gives message of encouragement to all students to do their best.
Double Take: Seniors start to finish up their capstones.
ACT: Easy as 123
FAFSA for Everyone: Mindy Nelson and Lori Drake want all students no matter what grade to fill out an application for FAFSA.
Acing AP: Preparing to pass AP Exams.
Break or no break? That is the question.
Putting stress to the test: Take sometime for yourself away from school.
TOP GUN: The best of the best.
We're #1: NUAMES is the Number One school in Utah!
Tradition and Change: What's taking place for both yearbook and newspaper.
Scholarships: Start applying NOW!! There is no reason to wait when you can enter now.
You Are Not Alone: What it means to be at NUAMES and need a bit of extra help.
Captivating Capstones: The project of individuality and hard work.
Gone But Never Forgotten: A farewell and history of the seniors leaving robotics.
Denver Here We Come: FIRST robotics is at it again. Find out how they did in their competition.
Connecting to Technology: State TSA Competition
Plenty of Time to Spare: First Robotics team finishes their robot with two weeks to double check everything is ready to go.
Let's get ready to rumble: Teams get together to have a kick off for the new year.
Mathletes: More than just a class.
Not just Technology: New leaders for TSA.
Robotics is Life: The opportunity to mentor new students just beginning in Robotics.
We've come a long way from where we began: Yearbook from start to finish
Goodbye old Friends: NHS last social
NUAMES "FOOTBALL": Ping Pong Tournament
You Just Got Served: Find out who is in 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place.
Quickly Quizzing: The story of quiz bowl
How to find yourself: for dummies: Three easy steps to find who you are.
Trick Shot: bowling laying down.
Welcome to the Club: New dance committee.
GSA: A look inside at what GSA is all about.
The Round Table: Get a deeper understanding of the lives our Student Government live.
We Rise by Serving Others: Interact Club can help broaden the horizon of all the service opportunities available.
The Final Greeting: Experience what all took place at the last NHS meeting of 2014.
Nerds Can Sing Too: For people who love to sing,perform,or just meet people.
Debating Delegates: A closer view of what is really happening in and to the world.
Ready for Inductees: NHS prepares for the ceremony to support and induct the new members.
Servin' Up Some Service: Helping others because it's fun.
Service Stars: Working hard for the reward of gratitude.
You Got Served: Perfect for everyone, not just for professionals.
Pickleball: Explanation on how pickleball is it's own sport, not like tennis.
Making Morp Memorable: Last dance of the year
Covering Social Statuses: Get a deeper understanding of where color-fest came from and why.
Nerd's Got Talent: NUAMES is both a nerdy and very talented school.
PLANTing an idea...: a visit to the Herff Jones plant
Prom Propaganda: Film for prom advertising
Skate the night away: A night to remember
About the Message: Deeper meanings behind musical stories.
Lovely Lives: Do you like Valentine's Day?
Young Padawon: Yearbook gets a new student.
So What's the Plan: The stressful decisions of the date before the dance.
Santa, Christmas Music, Games, Cookies, & Service: NUAMES helps spread the Christmas cheer.
Winter Dance: Student Government already planning and getting the word out for our next dance.
Time for Line Dancing: Open to everyone who wants to try something new or go to watch.
Taboo Talks: Helping students open up about difficult subjects and have them not worry about judgment.
The Harvest Cotillion: A fun, costume-filled night.
Student Builds 3-D Printer: Turning a dream into a reality.
No Stain, No Gain: Going out and helping the community.
Student Body Officer elections concluded this week with voting during a Friday assembly. Jennifer Lane was elected President, Hunter Branch was elected Vice-President, and Myla Andersen was elected Secretary. Lane said that she was “excited for the opportunity to be involved with the school.” Class officer elections will begin on Tuesday the 26th and voting will take place the following Friday. Congratulations to our new SBOs and best of luck to those campaigning next week!
Summer is just around the corner!
As we come to our last two weeks of school, students discuss what they expect. Many students believe that it’s going to be great, and hope for relaxed classes and easy school days. They are excited to hang out with their friends, go to lagoon, and attend a luau.
Now that school is close to coming to an end and graduation is right around the corner, Seniors are getting excited for graduation. Senior graduates are now not required by law to attend school, but is highly recommended to go to college. Plans for the after graduation include, “Going on my LDS mission to Fort Lauderdale, Florida,” said senior Brandon Charlton. “I will be in Africa with my dad during graduation for some church service. For school I plan to receive my bachelor degree. I also want to go on my mission once I turn 18,” said senior Brooklyn Wilde.
Graduation is May 26th at the Val A. Browning Center at Weber State University. All seniors report at 1 pm to run do ceremony run throughs. Tickets are $3 and all NUAMES students are welcome to attend. Graduation starts promptly at 3pm. See you all there!
MORP the last dance of the 2014-2015 school year, for seniors it’s the last dance for NUAMES, ever. It takes place May 22nd, it will take place in the D3 Ballroom. Some of the students are going out for day dates after school gets out then coming to the dance that night.
Want to run for a class office?
Applications to campaign can be found in the office and are due by the end of school by Friday the 18th. Applications should be given to Mr. Ludlow. A mandatory meeting for all potential officers will be held in Mr. Ludlow's room at 7:15 on Monday the 25th. The election assemblies will be held on Friday the 29th.
Summer Fun : students get the opportunity to learn about robots this summer
This summer students wishing to join VEX robotics will have the opportunity to attend a week long day camp. In this camp you will learn the basics of building, how to program a robot, and you will get experience driving the robot in a competitive nature on an actual field. Senior mentors will attend this camp to help the newer students understand what to do.
“The students can eat, drink, and sleep robots, if they wish,” said mentor Tyler Cook. By Shelby Chatlin,Senior
Weber State offers summer sports camps starting the 6th of June. Use this website for more information: http://www.weberstatesports.com/ViewArticle.dbml?DB_OEM_ID=8600&ATCLID=209398887.
National Honor Society
Nation Honor Society students need to make sure to turn in service records to Mrs. Hefner before the year ends. Members need to do two hours of service per month. Be sure you are keeping track!
NUAMES counselor Lori Drake says the following to all students as they finish the school year off strong: “When in doubt, NUAMES nerds, show up early. Think less. Feel more. Ask once. Give thanks often. Expect the best. Appreciate everything. Never give up. Make it fun. Lead. Invent. Regroup. Wink. Chill. Smile. And live as if your success was inevitable and so it shall be.”
By Ashley Desmond, Senior