Northern Garrett

High School

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Slider image 1 of 17. Chase Taylor qualifies for State Championship
Slider image 2 of 17. Girls and boys Cross Country teams
Slider image 3 of 17. Boys Soccer team 2021
Slider image 4 of 17. football players post game win
Slider image 5 of 17. Cheer Team 2021
Slider image 6 of 17. 2021 Autumn Glory King Logan Perry and Queen Sara Huelskamp
Slider image 7 of 17. North Garrett FFA Officers
Slider image 8 of 17. Meet Tilly and Penny - the first animals in the new North Garrett FFA Barn
Slider image 9 of 17. JROTC with flags
Slider image 10 of 17. Girls Soccer Team 2021
Slider image 11 of 17. Golf Team 2021
Slider image 12 of 17. Northern Volleyball Team 2021
Slider image 13 of 17. Back Together
Stronger Than Ever
Garrett County Public Schools 2021-2022
Slider image 14 of 17. new Husky sign on field daytime
Slider image 15 of 17. new turf field
Slider image 16 of 17. 2014 Blue Ribbon School
US News and World Report Awards 2017 & 2018
Slider image 17 of 17. NHS

Service Learning

Service Learning Opportunities:

Students Needed for Youth in Action
Student volunteers are needed to help their peers with knowledge, skills and the power to make safe choices. The primary focus of Youth in Action projects is the prevention of tobacco use, alcohol use and non-medical use of prescription drugs. Meetings are right after school for one hour and will be held twice a month. Transportation home will be available to those who need it and make prior arrangements. Students can earn Service Learning Hours!
 
 
The Accident Planning Group Events
Halloween Party: October 30th at the Accident Firehall.
Christmas Festival: December 4th.
Contact: Pam Schroth at 301-616-8529 (You MUST call if interested)
 

Service Learning Graduation Requirements

15 Independent hours required in high school, plus delinquent hours from the middle school (50 required).
Students must complete the Service Learning Validation/Tracking Sheet (blank forms are located in the Counseling Center or can be downloaded from here). It must be completed correctly or the hours will not be accepted and the form will be returned to the student.
 
Completed forms should be returned to the Counseling Center within four months of project completion date. The forms will then be stamped with a RECEIVED date and recorded into individual student files.
 
Students may come to the Counseling Center at any time to find out the number of hours they have or have not completed. Completed hours are also reflected on the monthly progress reports and report cards.
 
Questions about your hours or opportunities? Reach out to Mr. Hinebaugh, Career Counselor in the Counseling Center or Mrs. Ray, Service Learning Coordinator, Room 202.