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    Saturday, June 20th

    11:00 a.m.

    Shapiro Fieldhouse

    Norwich University


    If seniors want a yearbook, you must help create it!  

    At this point, if you do not volunteer YOUR time - there will NOT be a Yearbook.

    Step up to the plate!  Please contact Ms. Knapp ( or Ms. Holt ( and ask how YOU can help!




    Monday, February 17th - USA Day.  You must wear red, white AND blue.

    Tuesday, February 18th - Vermonter Day

    Wednesday, February 19th - Dress Up or Dress Down

    Thursday, February 20th - Twin Day

    Friday, February 21st - Class Color Day.  The seniors are BLACK.



    January 19, 2020

    Senior Chill Night has been cancelled due to the weather and road conditions!

    Enjoy your day-off tomorrow!


    Senior Class Officers!

    President:  Jesse Marble

    Vice-President:  MacKenzie Bilbrey

    Public Relations Officer:  Bryce Hird



    January 9, 2020

    Senior Breakfast

    NMHS Library

    8:00 a.m.

    All seniors welcome.  There will be a "late" bus offered for RTC students.



    November 7, 2019

    If you would like your name on the Senior Class Officers Ballot, you can find the sign-up sheet on the Senior Bulletin Board in the Main Lobby.  You can also email Ms. Monmaney the position you are interested in running for.  The positions available are: President, Vice-President and Public Relations Officer. The deadline for signing up is Wednesday, November 13th.  


    Senior Class Officers Election will be from 8:30 a.m. November 14 until 8:30 a.m. November November 26.  You can get the ballot from Ms. Monmaney or email (from your email account) your vote preferences.  Stay tuned for further details about voting.



    There will be a …

    SENIOR CLASS MEETING on Tuesday, November 5th at 3:00 p.m. in the NMHS Music Room.  We will discuss Senior Class Elections.  If you are interested in becoming a senior class officer, please email me your name and the class officer position you are interested in.  I will put your name on the ballot.  Elections will be the week of November 11th.


    The general duties of ALL Senior Class Officers are:   

    • Attend all officers' meetings. 
    • Plan, oversee and finalize fundraisers. 
    • Serve on committees affecting the senior class. 
    • Recruit other class members for committee work. 
    • Bring class concerns to the senior class advisor or appropriate administrator/adult. 
    • Advocate and serve as a liaison with the administration. 
    • Liaison with Yearbook and Student Leadership. 
    • Oversee the Senior Lounge and plan class reunions. 

    (Committees include, but not limited to - senior class trip, senior mountain day, fund raisers, etc)

    The specific duties of the Senior Class President.  

    • Organize and lead class meetings
    • Understand and use parliamentary procedure
    • Committee Chair
    • Liaison to students that are completing their senior year “outside the building.”

    The specific duties for the Senior Class Vice President

    • Assume president’s role if president is unable
    • Liaison to students that are completing their senior year “outside the building.”

    The specific duties of the Public Relations Officer

    • Take notes at class meetings
    • Type notes for next day and post on Senior Bulletin Board.
    • Class correspondence (Facebook, snapchat, email, bulletin board, etc)


    And just to clarify, 

    The role of the senior class advisor is to advocate and support the activities of the senior class. 

    The senior advisor also helps lead and organize class meetings and oversee the graduation ceremony.  

    Your role as a member of the Class of 2020 is to generate, plan and implement ideas for activities/events, to make YOUR senior year memorable!  Own your senior year!  If you want to see something happen – do something about it – talk with your advisor - talk with your classmates - in a positive way!  Negativity brings bad vibes!  Be positive, work together and make your last year at NMHS awesome!  Everyone's voice is important.  This year is stressful, but we are all here for each other.  Please let Ann Bushey, Leslie Sellars, LeeAnn Monroe, Michelle Aftuck or me (Lorraine Monmaney) know if we can support you.


    ​Have a great day and as always, if you have any questions, please email me or stop by and see me in person!  I would love to see you and chat about your senior year!

    ​See you Tuesday.


    Ms. Lorraine Monmaney, M.Ed.


    Thursday, October 31, 2019

    Happy Halloween and Good Morning!

    Senior Mountain Day has been postponed until Spring!

    Tomorrow's forecast is rain, cold and high winds!


    Senior Mountain Day

    Friday, November 01, 2019

    Dismissed from classes at 10:15 a.m - meet in the Auditorium Lobby.   RTCC has been notified of the class trip.

    We will return to NMHS by 2:50 p.m.

    It is tradition to wear camo,  I suggest you also wear a "splash" of orange!  If you don't have worries!

    Pack a lunch, we will eat at the top.


     If you have any questions, please contact Ms. Monmaney


    Monthly (October) Senior Gathering

    Sunday, October 20th

    NMHS Music Classroom

    7:00 - 8:00 p.m.

    Pizza will be served, please bring a dessert to share.  Let me (Ms. Monmaney)

    know if you are coming so I know how much pizza to order!

    I will bring 4 large pumpkins to carve.


    Senior Parent/Guardian Meeting

    Wednesday, September 25, 2019

    NMHS Library


    6:30 - 6:40 p.m. Welcome & Introductions

    6:40 - 6:50 p.m. Yearbook:  Mrs. Knapp & Mrs. Holt

    6:50 - 7:00 p.m. Senior Class Advisor:  Ms. Monmaney

    7:00 - 7:15 p.m. Coordinator of Student Supports, 6-12 - Michelle Aftuck

    7:15 - 8:00 p.m. VSAC Counselor:  Ann Kaplan


    This will be a very informative meeting!  You will have all your supports present to answer your questions regarding your senior year.  PLEASE, notify Ms. Monmaney if you are UNABLE to attend!


    Monthly (September) Senior Gathering

    Sunday, September 15th

    NMHS Music Classroom

    7:00 - 8:00 p.m.

    Pizza will be served, please bring a dessert to share.



    Greetings Class of 2020!

    This is the place to get Senior Class information.  Check-in on a weekly basis!  Stay tuned and be in the "know"!

    Also, you can get information on the "Senior Bulletin Board" located in the main lobby area.


    Students who are planning to attend college…

    In the Fall: Finish making campus visits, or use this time to go back to a particular school that your child liked.

    By December,  your child should complete and submit college applications (maybe earlier if they are applying for early admission), so use the fall season wisely.

    Ask Around: Your child should be asking for materials like recommendation letters that will accompany their application — and be sure to allow plenty of time for teachers, counselors, and coaches to write and mail them given their busy schedules.

    Bottom Line: Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) after January 1 with your child to lock in your family’s financial aid profile.

    No Senioritis: Remind your child that colleges don’t stop looking at grades after applications are in, so encourage your senior to stay focused in school and keep their grades up.

    Watch the Mailbox: April is the most common time when admission decisions and financial aid award letters arrive, so keep an eye on the mail and know your child will be, too.

    Please see Michelle Aftuck if you have any questions regarding college prep.


    Dear Class of 2020,

    Your senior year is momentous because it is full of finality.  It is a school year worth of last hurrahs, but you usually do not even realize it until the end of the school year.  So, make an effort to make you NMHS senior year memories special.  Join a club or activity that you have been meaning to try.  Go watch some of your classmates sporting events, join a sports team, audition for the musical, join Interact Club, try a new instrument or join the chorus!  There are many opportunities at NMHS.  Show some Marauder Spirit!  Try something new right now.  Do some activities you have always wanted to do. 


    Be a mentor.  Remember back when you looked up to the seniors because they seemed so "cool" and mature?  Whether you realize it or not, someone probably sees you that way right now.  As your thoughts and plans become more and more focused on next year, remember that you still have work to do where you are now.  Make your senior year count.  Be a role model, and maybe even find someone to mentor.


    Enjoy the here and now.  It's tempting to spend all of your time looking toward your future, but don't let the future distract you from seizing the moments right in front of you.  You will only be a high school senior once, so, go make some memories and set some impressive goals!  Make the most rewarding and enjoyable school year you have had yet.


    Spend quality time with your family/loved ones.  Moving out of your home can be difficult for students as well as for the family members that stay behind.  With that in mind, take time to enjoy the moments you and your family spend together this year.  Even if you might not feel like playing a game with your little sister or going grocery shopping with one of your parents, try to embrace these experiences.  There will be days next year when you will be able to look fondly back upon the new memories you create this year.


    Seek help and guidance.  Planning your future, whether it is your next job, career choice or college search/ application process, it is a big step in your life.  You may be facing a lot of anxiety and uncertainty as it progresses, and that is okay.  There are many faculty members here at NMHS who can help.  Include your parents in the process, even though this is your education, remember that you are not the only one on this journey.  Your whole family will be making this transition, too.  Share your hopes, dreams and fears with your parents.  Communicating expectations together about the upcoming changes will go a long way toward making this a smooth transition for everyone.


    Enjoy your senior year.  We know that you have the makings to create an incredible plan for your life, and we are excited for your future.  If there is anything I can do to support you during your senior year, please let me know!  Here to the Class of 2020!


    As the senior class advisor, my role is to advocate and support the senior class.  It is the senior class who generates the ideas and activities to make their senior year memories.  Please plan to attend all class meetings.  We will try to meet at least once a month, after school (3:00 p.m.) in the music room.  Whether you are an off-campus student (RTC, VTC, NU, VAST, CHOICE, etc) or an on-campus student,  you are a member of the Class of 2020!  Your voice matters! Check this website often or feel free to email me if you have ANY questions, ideas or concerns (


    Wishing you knowledge and happy memories,

    Ms. Lorraine Monmaney, M.Ed.

    Senior Class Advisor

    Director of Music - NMHS




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