Students Present Project to the Board

Students studied the effects of Newton’s Laws of Motion in Physical Science in the fall semester of 2016. They researched football helmets and made suggestions for improvements that would lower the risk of head injuries. Jamar Armstrong, Jacob Twiddy, Jared Chappell, Christian Brothers, and David Johnson presented their in-class PBL to the School Board. Board President Joe Peel specifically complimented […]

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NEAAAT STUDENT QUOTES ON LEARNING

NEAAAT STUDENT QUOTES ON LEARNING Math: “No matter how hard it is, we push through.” — M. Knight, 7th grade English: “A book is a chance to escape reality.” — S. Sanchez, 7th grade Science: “Energy cannot be created or destroyed, only transferred.” — C. Jones, 7th grade Social Studies: “Worldwide is always the best.” — C. Blowe, 7th grade […]

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Whole School Takes Field Trip to See “Hidden Figures”

On January 17th, 2017, NEAAAT students kicked of the spring PBL units with a trip to the local Gateway Cinema to see the newly released movie “Hidden Figures.” The movie features the true stories of three African-American women who worked as “computers” for NASA at Langley Research Center and Hampton Roads during the 1950’s and 1960’s. These three women, Katherine […]

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Middle School Supplies Needed

Mr. Persico’s class will be conducting an egg drop experiment next week. The class is in need of: Balloons, Bubble Wrap, Cardboard, Cotton Balls, Duct Tape, Feathers, Grocery Bags, Latex Gloves, Marshmallows, Napkins, Newspaper, Paper, Paper Towels, Pipe Cleaners, Popsicle Sticks, Rags, Rubber Banks, Sponges, Straws, String, Tape, Toothpicks, Yarn

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Serving Local Schools

   NEAAAT upper grades students had the opportunity visit local elementary school P. W. Moore to judge the 5th grade science fair. Students were primarily selected from Coach Britton’s Biology class. These students have shown academic excellence by completing Earth Science, Physical Science, Math I, and Math II at the high school level. NEAAAT students looked at science experiments conducted and […]

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