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NHS Culinary Students Earn NRAEF ProStart Certification
Sam Carden and Josh Lowe, students enrolled in the NHS Culinary program, earn their NRAEF ProStart Certification.
ProStart is a program developed by industry experts and implemented through the National Restaurant Association Educational Foundation and State Restaurant Association. Introducing students to careers in the restaurant and foodservice industries, the ProStart curriculum provides students with the training they need to be successful in the restaurant and foodservice industries.
Students who participate in this program experience all aspects of operating and managing a food service establishment while building good business and management skills. Learning every station in a restaurant, from washing dishes to waiting tables to managing inventory, students are learning real-life work experience while increasing their knowledge and employability skills.
To earn their Prostart credentials, both Sam and Josh had to pass two rigorous exams offered by the National Restaurant Association and complete at least 400 hours of actual work in the industry.
Earning the Prostart National Certificate of Achievement means that these young men have a strong foundation in basic management and culinary skills considered critical by industry leaders.
Congratulations, Sam and Josh!
Congratulations to the Positive Behavior Award Winners for the 2012-2013 School Year!
These four students were drawn from all those students who received positive behavior referrals throughout the year. Each student received a new Kindle!
L-R: Kyle Jordan (10th); Hannah Wilson (9th); NHS Assistant Principal Grant Meyer; Lina Racer (11th); and James Browning (11th).
AP and AICE Exam Results Information
AP Scores will be online this year. Students will not receive their scores in the mail.
Sign up for an account at apscore.org and be ready to access your scores in July.
AICE scores will continue to be accessed online only. ALL students taking an AICE exam received a green “Confidential Examination Results Information” card at their exam. It contains the student’s user name, password and link for accessing AICE scores on Wednesday, August 14.
The Recording Academy and Grammy Foundation have chosen NHS Band Director Dan Wooten as a quarter-finalist for the Music Educator Award! Congratulations, Mr. Wooten.
NHS Eaglettes Hosting Summer Dance Camp
The Niceville High School Eaglettes’ Dance Team will be hosting a two-day summer dance camp for girls ages 4-12 on June 13-14 from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m. A dance showcase will be held on June 14 at 6 p.m. featuring all the dance campers. The princess-themed camp will include dance instruction, arts and crafts, lunch, movies and story time. The registration fee is $50 for the first child and $40 for each additional child per family. Registration forms may be picked up at the NHS Attendance Office or local elementary schools. They are due by May 24.
Become a part of the Niceville High School email system by clicking on the “Email List” link on the right or left side of this webpage. The new incoming 9th Grade Email System is designed to keep incoming students to Niceville up to date with pertinent information throughout the spring and summer. If you would like to be a part of the NHS e-mail family, click on the link and follow the instructions.