Questions? Newport Staff Here to Help:
First, whatever the issue, coach your teen to address the issue and seek help from those listed below:
- Work along side your teen, demonstrating as you go.
- Even when you feel you need to step in, hold back until your teen has exhausted their capabilities.
- Remind your teen that frustration and insecurity are natural when learning any new skill. Those feelings help your brain apply the extra effort to learn challenging things.
Always coach your student to ask questions directly to the teacher. It’s important that they begin to learn these self-advocacy skills now.
You may always contact the teacher directly if your student cannot resolve the question.
|Use our website staff directory to find contact information.
Revisit our Curriculum Night teacher videos for information. 2022-2023 versions will post before Sept. 30.
Counseling staff always meet with their assigned students in preparation for annual class registration and college and career planning events. They also meet with students who need help with academic issues.
Contact Counseling Secretary Mai-Tram Huynh to reach mental health support for your student.
Mental Health Crisis Line
Counselor Grade Level Lessons
Class of 2023 The Senior Year Fall Lesson 9/19/22
These individuals have a broad knowledge of our school. They can answer your question or direct you to someone who can.
Ms. Lewis knows community resources and can connect families in need of any type of aid.
Wendy Woodard—Main Office
Ana Maria Lewis—Family Support
Mai-Tram Huynh—Counseling Office
Lisa Snyder-Stone—Family Information & Engagement
College & Career
Contact Fabian Rios with your questions related to your student’s planning and pursuit of college and career.
Each assistant principal is assigned a segment of students for support or questions not answered by classroom teachers or counselors. Contact them when you need help.
Always happy to hear from families: comments, suggestions, questions, and shout-outs or compliments.
Principal, Dion Yahoudy