Student Activities and Handbooks

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Nonnewaug High School offers many experiences both within the school and outside of the regular school day that are designed to promote student achievement and success in school and in life.

Students have access to a generous listing of after school clubs and activities that run the gamut from arts to technology and everything in between. Students can participate in clubs with a wide variety of interests including performing and fine arts clubs, jazz and singing groups, World Language clubs and a nationally ranked robotics team just to name a few.

Students are also given opportunities to participate in student council and valuable public service and peer leadership programs including Future Business Leaders of America and Leo Club. There is also a full service Ion Bank and a School Store that gives students the hands on experience of the business world within the walls of the school.

Students at Nonnewaug High School are choosing to inspire excellence in and out of the classrooms every day.

Student Handbook


Clubs and Activities

Art ClubDesjardins
Book ClubVint
Buddies of NonnewaugGereg/Dominello
Class Council - Grade 10Bertoglio/Pisano
Class Council - Grade 11Brown T./Fernandez
Class Council - Grade 12Atwood/McKay
Class Council - Grade 9Murphy and Sandor
Dance TeamChristoff
Drama - Set DesignDesjardins
Debate ClubSturges
Fishing ClubCremeans
French ClubPeterson
Gay/Straight AllianceWhite
Guitar ClubBunovsky
History DayTrzaski
Latin American Culture ClubCaruso
Leo ClubSnabaitis/Peterson
Literary ClubGereg/Guerette
Math ClubRobillard
Media/Multi Media ClubMichael
Robotics ClubPease
SAT Language ArtsRiordan
SAT MathBain
Spirit ClubRiggi/Ariola
Strength/Conditioning ClubCasagrande/Green
Student CouncilPisano
Unified CheerBarber
Young EducatorsYatsenick
Young SpeakersMcKay

National Honor Society

Click here for more information on The Nonnewaug High School Chapter of the National Honor Society and important documents.

Parking and Parking Permits

Senior students must see the office for Parking Permits.

Visitor parking has been clearly marked and relocated to spaces adjacent to the Agriscience building. The bus loop area in front of the school will be reserved for busses only. It will remain closed to all other vehicles at all times. A sign and cones will be posted at the entrance and exit to the bus loop area. We ask that when dropping off or picking up students you do so outside of the bus loop and utilize the newly marked visitor parking spaces if you have to park.

School Store

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