North Plainfield High School
Home of the Canucks
Dr. Jerard W. Stephenson, Principal
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District Core Values
North Plainfield High School recognizes the diversity within our learning community and respects the individuality of each student. We are committed to providing twenty-first century technology, fostering intellectual development, establishing self-esteem, and encouraging personal responsibility. We realize the need for all students to become independent, lifelong learners prepared to successfully meet the demands of a changing world
Dear Parents/Guardians and Students:
We had a fantastic opening of the school year. Our sports teams played hard and had successful seasons. Our students are working equally as hard in the classroom. We currently have students taking concurrent enrollment college courses. The partnership we have with Raritan Valley Community College allows our students to earn college credits for courses they take at North Plainfield High School.
Our students are demonstrating our core values every day. These values - Caring, Appreciation, Respect and Determination (C.A.R.D.) are being reinforced by our clubs, organizations and classroom activities.
We are proud to announce that many students earned honor roll at the conclusion of the marking period. I would like to congratulate these students for their academic success. If your child was not as academically successful as you would like, please reach out to his or her teachers. The teachers will provide you with detailed information regarding grades and will be able to make a tutoring recommendation. The school offers tutoring services from the National Honor Society.
I look forward to seeing everyone during the winter months. Please visit the school calendar to see when social and sporting events are taking place.
Jerard W. Stephenson, Ed.D.
NPHS DRAMA CLUB FILM FESTIVAL, Friday, 12/1 7PM in the auditorium! Tickets are $2! Come support our students' films!
The next Interact Blood Drive is on Friday, December 1st
One Donation = Three lives saved!
All eligible students/faculty 16 or older can donate. The last day to register is November 14th.
To donate: Bring a photo ID (school ID, license, passport, etc.) on the day of the Blood Drive. For 16-year-olds, bring parent consent forms to MS. Pereira.
Questions or concerns? Contact Ms. Pereira, room 219, Alexandra_pereira@nplainfield.org
The North Plainfield schools will be observing the Standard Response Protocol adopted countywide in Somerset County. This will provide a coordinated response with emergency responders to crisis situations and has been recommended by our county prosecutor. Information is provided to you with this announcement, so you may be familiar with our responses. Questions regarding the protocol should be forwarded to your building principal or the superintendent's office.
The Interact Food Drive will take place until November 22nd... Donate for those less fortunate and the HR who donates the most will receive a Dunkin' Donuts Breakfast!