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March 212019:

School News:

A message from the Assistant Principals Office: On Friday March 22nd there will be a school wide ALICE drill in all vocational shop classes. The drill will begin at 9:00am and will end at 10:35am and will consist of 3 non-contact drills. Teachers please discuss your plans with your students.

SUMMER PROGRAM: The City of New Bedford is currently accepting applications for the Summer Program. The deadline for the application is April 19th. Please see flyer outside of Co-Op office.

Seniors: The Voc-Tech Alumni Association is offering multiple scholarships for graduating seniors who are pursuing employment in their trade or going to school to further their education. Applications are available in the guidance office and the due date is April 12th.

Attention Seniors! If you are interested in singing the National Anthem at graduation, sign up with Ms. Canastra in Room B325.

Juniors: Attention Junior students, The Educational Opportunity Center will be sponsoring a Field Trip to the National College Fair in Boston on Thursday, April 4th, 2019. Seats are limited, please sign up at the Guidance Office. 

There will be a class of 20202 presentation on May 9th in the auditorium at 1:30 for students in academics and 2:00 for shop students. Mare Studios will be here to discuss senior pictures. also, Mr. Quintin and Mrs, Chace will talk about the class of 2020 yearbook. 

Summer and Fall: any student interested in signing up for a fall Dual Enrollment class must see Mrs. Walsh in K101.

DISTRACTOLOGY: “DISTRACTOLOGY” is a special training for teens that aims to the end the distracted driving epidemic. Distractology creates better, safer driver with a mobile simulator experience and follow-up online Challenge. “DISTRACTOLOGY” will be here all week from Monday, March 25th through Friday, March 29th. Interested students with the driver’s license or learner’s permit will be given the given the opportunity to make an appointment to participate. Appointment permission forms are complete and signed by your CTE teacher. All appointments must be made with Mrs. Walsh in the Main Office between 8:00 am and 3:30 pm.

BCC: Any Student interested in taking a Spanish 1 BCC course at GNBVT over the summer please see Mrs. Walsh in K101. There will be a $100.00 fee charged to the student which will be returned if their grade is a C or better. The classes will be Monday and Tuesday from July 8th through August 16th from 8:30 to 12:15. Seats are limited and preference will be given to students going into their senior year.

Freshmen: Any 9th grader interested in applying for the Apprenticeship program through the N.B. Whaling Museum please see Michelle Morris in the Guidance office for an application. Applications are due by April 1’st!

Attention Freshman! All catalog orders for Yankee Candle fundraiser are due by March 29th. Please return your order to either Mrs. Fatula in room B356 or Mrs. O Neill in rom B344

Class Officers: Attention Sophomore Class Officers, there is a meeting scheduled for 3/25/19 at 2:30.

Club News:

Talent Show: Tickets for the annual GNBVT talent show held on April 5th will be on sale starting Monday March 25- Friday April 5th at welcome center. Please come out and show your support for all the talented students! There will be people’s choice awards and concessions. Tickets are $5 in advance and $7 at the door.

Anime Club: Anime Club is canceled for today Tuesday March 19, 2019

After Prom: Any senior attending after prom must complete the permission slip form. Forms may be picked up in K101, Mrs Walsh or G141 Ms. Gaspar. Forms are due on April 23rd


Spring Track:Any boy or girl that did not make the boys baseball, girls softball, boys volleyball or lacrosse teams is allowed to join our boys and girls track teams. Those students wishing to do so must see coach Thornhill as soon as possible. Track is a no cut sport and all that join will compete.