Welcome to New Millennium Secondary School

We are continuing to accept enrollment for the 2019-2020 school year. Please contact Karen Lozano for more information. klozano@newmillenniumschool.org

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Dear Warrior Family,

 It is with great pride and excitement that I write this letter. It is a privilege to serve as principal at New Millennium Secondary School. I look forward to my fifth year working with the dedicated staff to provide the best possible education for our students. The vision for NMSS is to create empathetic, ethical, self-actualized students who will engage in critical thinking and collaboration resulting in graduates who are college ready and developed in character and intellect. 

 As I enter my 10th year at New Millennium Secondary School I hold tight to this vision. During my time here I have taught and served as an assistant principal. As my third year as principal is about to start, I will ensure that this academic year is successful academically and socially for our students. It is for this reason then that I ask students come to school prepared and on time each day, ready to do their best and ready to answer the following questions:

 

  • What am I learning?
  • Why am I learning this?
  • How can I use it?

 

Success is a team effort and every part of the team, students, parents, teachers, and staff, is an integral part. It is with great excitement and anticipation that I look forward to working with you and your student during the 2019-2020 school year!

 

New Millennium Warriors Show:

 

Respect for Self

Respect for Others

Respect for Education

 
Go Warriors!

 

Sincerely,

 Samantha Navarro

Principal








 

 

What's Happening

Here's the latest information regarding graduation checklist/requirements:

Guidance Lessons: Held after School 
Broken Relationships: Held Every 4th Monday of the Month
Be Confident: Held Every 2nd Friday of the Month
It's Okay to Disagree: Held Every 3rd Wednesday

Senior Meetings:
December 2, 2019 - 6pm in room G7

 
Here is the latest information on Dress Code! Please read below so you are familiar with it!

DRESS CODE

Students attempting to enter school grounds without their appropriate uniform will be considered in violation of the school uniform policy and will be issued the appropriate consequence in accordance with the Code of Conduct Matrix. The confiscation of inappropriate clothing may occur if deemed appropriate and necessary by the school administration and staff. 

 The Weekly Uniform is as follows:

  • Monday: Free Dress (See Below for Approved and Unacceptable Items)

     

  • Tuesday: New Millennium School Spirit/Pride Dress- Any t-shirt, polo, or sweatshirt representing NMSS. (This includes any ASB, Club, and Sports shirts)

     

  • Wednesday: New Millennium School Spirit/Pride Dress- Any t-shirt, polo, or sweatshirt representing NMSS. (This includes any ASB, Club, and Sports shirts)

     

  • Thursday: College Day (School Pride) or /Professional Dress

     

  • Friday: Free Dress (See Below for Approved and Unacceptable Items)

 

All uniform clothing must have its original necklines, sleeves, and waistlines. Altered uniforms will be considered a violation of the dress code.

 

Length Requirements: 

  1. Shorts must extend to the bottom on the finger tips when arms and hands are straight at the side.
  2. Pants must be worn around the waist (between the natural waist line and the navel). Sagging is not permitted.

    Approved Footwear: (For safety reasons footwear regulations need to comply with the State Education Code)

  3. All shoes and sneakers are to cover the entire foot and be closed-toes.
  4. All shoes and sneakers must have a rubber-soled bottom.
  5. Heals must be no higher than two inches in height.
  6. Socks and footwear deemed in appropriate will be confiscated by the NMSS staff.

    Approved Headwear:

  1. Girls may wear (appropriate deemed patterns or designs by the school) head scarfs. 
  2. Hats and bennies with the school logo or any college logo are allowed to be worn during the school day. No other head coverings will be allowed (unless verified for religious or medical reasons). Teachers have the authority to ask students to remove all head coverings during the class period.

    Examples of Unacceptable Attire:

  1. Baggy or saggy pants worn below natural waist line.
  2. Any jeans, denim, or bottoms that do not comply with the approved clothing noted above.
  3. Offensive and/or inappropriate belt buckles, necklaces, t-shirts, etc.
  4. Slippers, flip flops, open-toed shoes, stilettos, or high heeled shoes, platform shoes.
  5. Any head covering including bandanas, doo-rags, skull caps, ski hats, beanies, etc. (unless verified for religious or medical reasons).
  6. Lace or fishnet stockings, patterned stockings, leggings, or tights. Girls’ Bottoms: Leggings, tights, and pantyhose must be a solid color with no patterns and can only be worn in addition to shorts, skirts, or pants; not alone. Leggings, tights, and pantyhose can be worn in the following colors: blue, black, gray, white, and flesh tone. Lace and fishnet style stockings are prohibited.