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Clinic News

According to IC 20-34-4-5, all students must have proof of immunization prior to attending the first day of school.  Please contact your physician or health clinic to have these records faxed to the school clinic at 317-861-2125, no later than October 23rd, 2017.  After that date, your child will be excluded from school, and will not be permitted to attend school until proof of immunization is provided.  If your child has not completed their full series of immunizations, you may contact the Hancock County Health Department at 317-477-1125 to schedule a no cost appointment.  If you have any questions, please contact the clinic at NPHS at 317-861-4417, ext 2005.



When: October 25, 2017

Where: NPHS Cafeteria

Time: 7:00pm

Questions: contact Coach Johns at


Support Dragon Wrestling

McDonald's Night - Dragon Wrestling Club

When: October 23, 2017

Where: McDonald's (New Palestine location)

Time: 6:00-9:00pm

McDonald's will be giving 10% of their profits back to the Dragon Wrestling Club during the specified hours. Club registrations will take place inside McDonald's between 6:00-9:00pm. Stop in and support the Dragon Wrestling Club!


Looking for a Few Volunteers

When our kids are in elementary school, it seems like we know everything about their teachers.  As they get older, we may not even know the names of their teachers.   If you have ever wanted to get involved and be a part of the great NPHS , we would like to invite all parents to be a part of Teacher Appreciation committee.  This is awesome way to get to know your kids’ teachers and let them know you appreciate their dedication to your student.  Once a month, we plan something special for the teacher and staff at NPHS.  Depending on the season, we spend a morning pushing a coffee cart and treats to their doors, delivering cookies & milk for a nice snack, or providing lunch for special occasions.   There are many ways to get involved depending on the amount of time you have. You can volunteer to make or purchased baked goods (breakfast breads, snacks, drinks) and have your child bring them to school in the morning.  If you have time to help out, you can volunteer to push the treat cart around the school (this is usually an 8am to 10am time commitment).  Or, you can help out with providing and serving lunches to the staff a couple of times a year. If you would like to be a part of the teacher appreciation committee, please email