The New Haven School District has the following job positions open for the 2021/2022 school year.
Deadline for application is March 8, 2021
Elementary School Teacher
Deadline for applications is until filled.
Parents as Teachers Educator
Coaching positions are available.
If you would like to apply for these positions, visit the New Haven School District website at www.newhavenschools.org
Two New Haven High School students have entered the annual Walgreens Expressions competition and many more are preparing works to be entered by the March 31 deadline.
There are two ways to win this contest; a team of judges will select the top submissions and public voting. New Haven High School students, Dori and Haylee, are asking for your help to increase their standings in the public vote.
This contest was established by Walgreens to educate, empower and equip young people and their community with insights and resources on issues impacting teens.
The New Haven High School Student of the Month is Hannah Borcherding. Hannah is the daughter of Dale and Jennifer Borcherding. Hannah is the Activity Director for Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Secretary of National Honor Society, a member of Family Career and Community Leaders of America, and Future Business Leaders of America. She is also a member of the Cross Country and Track and Field teams. She has received Academic All-Conference and Athletic All-Conference honors all four years of high school. She was part of the Class 2 District 4 Cross Country Champion team this year and her team placed sixth at the state meet. Hannah is active in the community as well. She is a member of the New Haven 4-H, UCC youth group, and works at Seitter's Market. Her future plans include going to Mizzou to study plant and animal sciences.
Mr. Doug Peirick, Counselor, has announced that Tressa Carver, daughter of
Gary and Crystal Carver, of New Haven, has been awarded the 2020 Hugh
O'Brian Youth Foundation (HOBY) Leadership Award for New Haven High
(Tressa Carver is pictured here with Lion's club members, Ryan Winters and John Berger.)
Last year approximately 9,000 high school sophomores participated in HOBY's Leadership Seminars in the United States.
Tressa will be invited to the Missouri virtual seminar to be held in the summer of 2021.
This all expense paid state seminar will bring together a select group of high
school sophomores with groups of distinguished leaders in business,
government, education, and the professions to discuss present and future
issues in America's incentive system and the democratic process. During the
state seminar, two participants will be chosen to attend the HOBY World
Leadership Congress to be held next July.
All sophomores were eligible for nomination. Tressa was chosen by her
teachers because of her leadership ability, strong decision making skills, and
participation in service activities.
Tressa is active in basketball, volleyball, track and field, FCCLA, and Student
Council. Tressa placed 2nd in an All Abilities Essay Contest, plays soccer
outside of school on a select team, and helps at a local church bible school.
The New Haven Lions Club, as they have done for several years, is
supporting the students at New Haven High School by covering the cost of
the HOBY seminar.