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  • The next time you are in the NHS gym you will be sure to notice the new signs reflecting the past league, district, and state achievements of Grizzly teams.

    Those who have been around for a while may remember past efforts to do something similar. A plethora of pennants once adorned the south wall of Newport High School’s gym. They were later replaced by corrugated plastic posters.

    Those past efforts were nothing like what you will see the next time you are in the NHS gym.

    These new signs are just another example of the continually awesome efforts of Newport School District’s administration, maintenance and custodial department, and ASB (Associated Student Body).

    New bleachers were installed in both the high school and middle school gyms just a few years ago. Those improvements were funded by community levy dollars.

    The new signs, however, are the brainchild of both NHS students and administration. ASB funds are being used to cover the costs of these new signs.

    Cool Improvements Continue at NHS

    Newport High School’s Weekly Newsletter Published by NHS Students

    December 2015 Week 1

    The Griz

    December 7th Breaking Down The Walls

    December 14th Holiday Band & Choir Concert

    @SHMS Gym - 6:30pm

    December 18th Early Release

    December 19 - January 4 Winter Break- No School

    Cool Things at NHS ................................1 Dates to Remember ...............................1

    Hour of Code ............................................2

    Band & Choir Concert ...........................2

    Holiday Wreaths ......................................2

    New PORS Sign ........................................2

    Sports Awards ..........................................3

    NHS Fall Blood Drive .............................4

    Dates To

    Remember:

    “Support, Educate, and Inspire... Every Griz, Every Day!”

    1The Griz Newsletter

    Contents

    Bubba Konkright from Petroglyph Printing continues the installation and application of the new athletic team achievements signs in the Newport High School gymnasium.

    The “Girls Basketball” sign (right) shows 10 trips to State, including a State Championship in 1999.

  • 2 The Griz Newsletter

    “Support, Educate, and Inspire...”

    Monday, December 14th is the date for Newport School District’s combined High School/Middle School Holiday Band and Choir Concert.

    This year’s concert will be at 6:30pm at the Sadie Halstead Middle School gymnasium, and it promises to get you in the holiday spirit!

    Date Change for Holiday Band and Choir Concert

    Brandon McMeen and Matthew Kauffman rock on in the Newport High School band.

    Order Your Holiday Wreath Today!

    Newport High School Fire Science and Horticulture students are once again selling fresh hand made holiday wreaths.

    You won’t find a holiday wreath that looks or smells better! Students hand make each and every wreath from freshly harvested materials from our local forest. 12’ wreaths are only $15. And, massive 36” wreaths can be purchased for $35.

    Call (509)447-2481 ext. 6000 to place your order. Delivery or pickup is guaranteed through December 15th.

    New PORS Sign Check out the new sign at the Pend Oreille River School.

    The sign was created and designed by NHS senior Cory Wylie in the Newport High School Fab Lab.

    Cory used CAD (Computer Aided Design) software and NHS’s Torchmate CNC (Computerized Numerical Control) plasma cutter.

    The sign was painted with an airbrush and then clear coated to prevent fading in harsh weather.

    By Kody Campbell

  • Volleyball Varsity Most Improved: Trystan Potter Kylyah Mercurius Most Spirited: Ashley Dana Coaches Award: Chiara Polinesi MVP: Hadley Stratton Captains: Hadley Stratton Lauren Vaughn Emily Hunt Volleyball - JV Most Improved: Kesslyn Fleck Most Spirited: Melaina Lenzi MVP: Megan Vaughn Coaches Award: Hannah Martin

    Volleyball C-Team Most Improved: Claudia Faraudo Coach’s Award: Jesse Dillon Team Captain: MaKayla Boell

    Cross-Country Team Captain: Brad McMeen Most outstanding: Jamie Morrell Most inspirational: Brandon McMeen Coaches Award: Schade Maghan Football Varsity Most Improved: Joey Luback Most Coachable: Danny Bradbury True Griz: Otis Smith Kaben Hastings Football JV Most Improved: Johnny Miller Conrad Madison Most Coachable: Jacob Weber True Griz: Adam Moorhead

    Soccer JV Most Inspirational: Amber Holman Most Improved: Aleyna Ulcar Defensive Player of the Year: Sonja Moore Offensive Player of the Year: Julie Schoener

    Soccer Varsity Captains: Taylor Belton Violet Gay Amber Holman Defender of the year: Taylor Belton Offensive player of the year:Stephanie Huang Cydni Lewis Most inspirational: Violet Gay Most improved: Samantha Seimson

    Cheerleading Captain: Piper Matthews Most Improved: Lynda Walker Bailey Martin Most Inspiring: Harley Taylor Alexis Musso Golden Smile: Kayla Wininger

    Maws & Paws Sportsmanship Award JV Football - Adam Moorehead Varsity Football - Kristian Mitchell Cross-Country - Schade Maghan JV Soccer - Rebecca Malcolm Varsity Soccer - Gracie StrangeOwl Cheer - Michelle Contreras Varsity Volleyball - Ashley Dana JV Volleyball - Audrey Price C-Team Volleyball - Rianna Smith

    Newport High School’s sports awards night was Monday, Novem- ber 23rd.

    One Grizzly coach and seven ath- letes were recognized as NEA (Northeast “A” League) all con- ference recipients.

    Kaben Hastings made the NEA football defensive 1st team, Fred Houck and Otis Smith made the NEA defensive 2nd team, and Fred Houck and Jesse Reyes made the offensive 2nd team.

    Taylor Belton was elected to the NEA soccer 1st team.

    Lauren Vaughn was recognized as

    a NEA volleyball 1st team member, Hadley Stratton was the Northeast “A” League Most Valuable Player, and Lori Stratton was the NEA Coach of the Year.

    Four of NHS’s Fall sports teams were recognized by the WIAA

    (Washington Interscholastic Ac- tivities Association) for academic achievement.

    The NHS cheerleading, cross coun- try, and football teams were hon- ored with the WIAA Distinguished Scholastic Award (awarded to teams with GPA’s of 3.0-3.499).

    The soccer and volleyball teams received the WIAA Outstanding Scholastic Award (awarded to teams with GPA’s of 3.5-4.0).

    Numerous other student-athletes were also recognized by both the NEA and NHS for academic achievement and team contribu- tions.

    3The Griz Newsletter

    “Every Griz, Every Day!”

    Sports Awards at Newport High School

    New PORS Sign By Kody Campbell

    (left to right) Fred Houck, Taylor Belton, Jesse Reyes, Otis Smith, and Kaben Hastings.

    The NHS Fall cheer team was awarded the WIAA Dis- tinguished Scholastic Award with a 3.43 team GPA.

    (left to right) NHS volleyball coach Lori Stratton, Hadley Stratton, and Lauren Vaughn

  • “Support, Educate, and Inspire... Every Griz, Every Day!”

    4 The Griz Newsletter

    Meet “The Griz

    Newsletter” Staff

    Boys & Girls Varsity Basketball Date Opponent Place Time Fri., Dec. 4 St. George’s Home (G)6:00pm/(B)7:30pm Mon., Dec. 7 Priest River Home (G)6:00pm/(B)7:30pm Fri., Dec. 11 Colville Home (B)5:45pm/(G)7:30pm Sat., Dec. 12 Bonners Ferry Away (G)2:45pm/(B)4:30pm Tue., Dec. 15 Riverside Home (B)5:45pm/(G)7:30pm Thu., Dec. 17 Lakeside Away (B)5:45pm/(G)7:30pm Fri., Dec. 18 P.R. Christmas Tourney - TBA Sat., Dec. 19 P.R. Christmas Tourney - TBA Tue., Jan. 5 Freeman Home (B)5:45pm/(G)7:30pm Fri., Jan. 8 Medical Lake Away (B)5:45pm/(G)7:30pm Sat., Jan. 9 Timberlake Away (G)4:00pm/(B)5:30pm Tue., Jan. 12 Deer Park Away (B)5:45pm/(G)7:30pm Fri., Jan. 15 Chewelah Home (B)5:45pm/(G)7:30pm Tue., Jan. 19 Colville Away (G)5:45pm(B)7:30pm Fril, Jan. 22 Riverside Away (G)5:45pm(B)7:30pm Tue., Jan. 26 Lakeside Home (G)5:45pm(B)7:30pm Fri., Jan. 29 Freeman Away (G)5:45pm(B)7:30pm Tue., Feb. 2 Medical Lake Home (G)5:45pm(B)7:30pm Fri., Feb. 5 Deer Park Home (G)5:45pm(B)7:30pm Tue., Feb. 9 Chewelah Away (G)5:45pm(B)7:30pm Sat., Feb. 13 Districts @ Higher Seed (6 @ 3; 5 @ 4) Tue., Feb. 16 Districts West Valley Fri., Feb. 19 Districts West Valley Sat., Feb. 20 Districts West Valley Fri., Feb. 26 State Regional TBA TBA Sat., Feb. 27 State Regional TBA TBA Thu., Mar. 3 State Championships - Yakima Fri., Mar. 4 State Championships - Yakima Sat., Mar. 5 State Championships - Yakima

    Boys & Girls Varsity Wrestling Date Opponent Place Time Thu., Dec. 10 Colville Away 7:00pm Sat., Dec. 12 Liberty Away 9:30am - Boys Only Sat., Dec. 12 Warden Away 10:00am - Girls Only Thu., Dec. 17 Riverside Away 7:00pm Wed., Dec. 23 Banks Lake Brawl - @ A.C.H. Wed., Dec. 30 Freeman Away TBA Wed., Jan. 2 Cheney Away 8:00pm - Boys Only Wed., Jan. 6 Lakeside Home 7:00pm Sat., Jan. 9 Riverside Away 10:00am - Boys Only Tue., Jan. 12 Freeman Away 7:00pm Thu., Jan. 14 Medical Lake Home 7:00pm Thu., Jan. 21 Deer Park Home 7:00pm Sat., Jan. 23 Priest River Away 9:00am Thu., Jan. 28 Chewelah Away 7:00pm Fri., Feb. 5 Sub-Districts @ Medical Lake - Boys Only Sat., Feb. 6 NEA Districts @ Deer Park Sat., Feb. 13 WIAA Regionals @ Colville Fri., Feb. 19 WIAA State Mat Classic

    Joel McDermeit gives blood at the NHS Fall Blood Drive on Thursday, December 3rd.

    NHS Fall Blood Drive 2015

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